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Viktoriya Tomova

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Full name: Viktoriya Konstantinova Tomova
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Bio She is a Bulgarian professional tennis player.

In July 2016, Tomova reached the biggest final of her career so far at the Hungarian Ladies Open, losing to fellow Bulgarian Elitsa Kostova. The following week, she failed to qualify for the Bucharest Open, losing in the final qualifying round to Nadia Podoroska.

Tomova made her debut at the US Open in the qualifying competition. She finished the year as No. 152 in the world.

Tomova started the 2017 season with a loss to Elitsa Kostova at the qualifying draw of the Brisbane International, and then she lost in the first round of qualifying draw in Sydney. At her debut at Australian Open, she lost in the qualifying competition to Eri Hozumi. At her Wimbledon debut, she fell in the first round of the qualifying competition. In July, she scored her biggest win so far, defeating Julia Görges in the first round of the Swedish Open. At the US Open she lost at the qualifying competition. In October, she managed to qualify for the Linz Open, where she lost to previous year's finalist Viktorija Golubic in three sets.

She finished the year ranked No. 141 in the world.

In 2018, Tomova made her debut in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament, coming through qualifying rounds at the Australian Open as a lucky loser, but then lost in straight sets to Nicole Gibbs.

At the French Open, she was eliminated in the second round of qualifying.

She made her main draw debut at Wimbledon, going through qualifying and defeating wildcard Tereza Smitková for her first Grand Slam match win but then lost to Serena Williams in the second round, in straight sets.

Tomova made her WTA 500 main draw debut by reaching the second round with a win over Alizé Cornet at the 2019 Pan Pacific Open but was defeated by top seed and eventual champion, Naomi Osaka.

In 2020, she made her main draw debut at the US Open as a direct entry where she was defeated by 22nd-seeded Amanda Anisimova, in the first round.

Prior to that, Tomova tested positive for COVID-19 while staying in Palermo, Italy, for a prospective tournament. Despite the short season, she finished 2020 at No. 138, a new best year-result.

In March of 2021, she made her debut at the WTA 1000-level Dubai Tennis Championships entering the main draw as a lucky loser. She lost in the first round to tenth seed Elise Mertens.

In April, Tomova reached for the first time in her career the semifinals of a WTA 250 tournament at the Copa Colsanitas with a three-set victory over Nuria Párrizas Díaz. As a result, she reached a new career-high of world No. 122 in the singles rankings, on May 10, 2021.

At the Serbia Open, she advanced to the semifinals as a lucky loser, winning two matches in the same day after two days of postponement due to rain. She lost her semifinal to the eventual champion, fourth seeded Paula Badosa. As a result of this run, Tomova rose 15 spots to No. 108. On June 28, she reached a new new career-best ranking of No. 104.

In August, Tomova entered the main draw of her first Grand Slam tournament for the season, coming through qualifying rounds at the US Open as a lucky loser where she lost to Lauren Davis. At the WTA 125 Open Internacional de Valencia she reached again the semifinals for the first time at this level. She finished the year ranked No. 116 in singles, a new best year-end season ranking.

In 2022, Tomova qualified for the Australian Open to make her second main draw at this major but lost to eventual first-time quarterfinalist Alizé Cornet. On February 28, 2022, she reached a career-high ranking of world No. 103. Defeating Astra Sharma in qualifying, she made her main-draw debut at the Indian Wells Open.

Also at the French Open, she made her debut as a lucky loser, thus completing the set of main-draw appearances in all four Grand Slam events. However, she lost to world No. 9, Danielle Collins, in the first round. At the Open Internacional de Valencia, she reached quarterfinals for a second consecutive year, defeating Sara Errani and world No. 69 and second seed, Varvara Gracheva, en route, before losing in three tight sets to eventual finalist Wang Xiyu.

At the WTA 500 Eastbourne International, she replaced as a lucky loser second seed Ons Jabeur. After getting a bye into the second round, she defeated world No. 37, Shelby Rogers, and then advanced to her first WTA 500 quarterfinal after defeating Kirsten Flipkens and taking revenge for the loss in the final round of qualifying. At Wimbledon, she reached the second round for the second time defeating wildcard Daria Gavrilova before losing to world No. 5, Maria Sakkari. At the same tournament, she made her debut in a doubles event at a major, partnering Elisabetta Cocciaretto; they reached the second round.

At the Swedish Open, she reached again the quarterfinals defeating İpek Öz. She went one step further defeating former top-20 player Mihaela Buzărnescu in the semifinal. There, she lost to eventual champion Jang Su-jeong. As a result, she reached a new career-high singles ranking of 101, on July 11, 2022. Following a semifinal showing at the Polish Open in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, she reached world No. 99 on August 8, 2022 making her the only female representative of Bulgaria in the top 100.

Tomova lost in the last round qualifying for the US Open to Slovak player Viktória Kužmová. At the Budapest Open, she reached the final of a WTA 125 tournament for the first time defeating two top-100 players, third seed Jasmine Paolini and Julia Grabher, and also two former top-50 players, Anna Karolína Schmiedlová and Océane Dodin. She was defeated in the final by Tamara Korpatsch.

She finished the year ranked No. 90 in the world, on November 7, 2022, a new best year-end ranking. Two weeks later, on November 23, 2022, she was confirmed as a participant at the 2023 United Cup as part of the Bulgarian team.

In 2023, she participated in the United Cup as the No. 1 Bulgarian female player and played one singles match, which she lost to world No. 6, Maria Sakkari. At the Australian Open she lost in the first round to 12th seed Belinda Bencic.

She qualified for the main draw at the Linz Open defeating Barbara Haas and former Rolland Garros finalist, wildcard Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. She lost in the first round to another former Rolland Garros finalist Markéta Vondroušová.

Next she qualified again this time for the main draw of the WTA 500 in Doha defeating three players in the top 100, Maryna Zanevska and two Americans, Lauren Davis and Madison Brengle. She lost to seventh seed Belinda Bencic in the first round.

The following week, she reached again the main draw after qualifying at the WTA 1000 Dubai Championships defeating Ankita Raina and Jang Su-jeong. She defeated Kaia Kanepi to record her first WTA 1000 win. She lost to world No. 4 and third seed Jessica Pegula. As a result, she moved to a new career-high ranking of No. 87, on February 27, 2023.

At the next WTA 1000, on her debut in the Miami Open, she entered the draw as a lucky loser and defeated fellow qualifier Anna Karolína Schmiedlová in the first round. She lost to 30th seed Danielle Collins.

In April, she reached the final and won the title at the $80k tournament in Zaragoza defeating fourth seed Tereza Martincová. As a result of winning her biggest title since 2019, she moved into a new career high in the top 75 in the rankings and became the first Bulgarian since Tsvetana Pironkova in 2017 to reach this ranking.

At the next WTA 1000, on her debut in Madrid as the top qualifying seed, she entered the draw again as a lucky loser. Again on her debut, as the top qualifying seed in the next WTA 1000 tournament in Rome, she entered the main draw. However, she lost to Yulia Putintseva in the first round, in three sets. Despite this, she reached a new career high ranking of No. 71 on May 22, 2023.

At the Birmingham Classic, she entered the main draw as a lucky loser but lost to fellow qualifier Tereza Martincová. At Wimbledon, she recorded her first top-30 win, defeating 27th seed Bernarda Pera.

She won the biggest title of her career at the WTA 125 Chicago Women's Open defeating American Claire Liu in straight sets.

She entered her first tournament of the 2024 season, the 2024 Hobart International as a lucky loser and defeated Martina Trevisan in straight sets. She then defeated ninth seed Tatjana Maria 6–0,6-1 in a 59 minutes match to advance to her first hard court quarterfinal. She lost to eventual champion Emma Navarro. The following week, at the 2024 Australian Open, she won her first match at this Major defeating Kayla Day. As a result, she improved her career best ranking with reaching the top 65. She entered again the main draw as a lucky loser at the WTA 1000 at the 2024 Qatar TotalEnergies Open in Doha, Qatar. She also qualified for the next WTA 1000 at the 2024 Dubai Tennis Championships.
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