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Klara Fabikova
Height: 5'10"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Brno, Czech Republic
High School: Gymnasium Kpt. Jarose Brno
Experience: High School

Fall 2013: Ranked 23rd in the ITA preseason singles poll, she posted a 9-5 singles record in the fall…in singles, advanced to the round of 16 in the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships, the round of 16 in the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, the quarterfinals of the Cal Nike Invitational and the semifinals of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, falling to teammate Maegan Manasse in the latter…also earned the No. 25 ranking in doubles with Zsofi Susanyi…in the All-American, Fabikova bested ranked opponents Hermon Brhane (No. 47) of Oklahoma and Mai El Kamash (No. 85) of Mississippi…posted a 7-5 doubles record, which included playing six of her doubles matches with Susanyi (4-2)…the two Bears won the Blue Doubles Final in the Cal Nike Invitational, topping the 11th-ranked team of Golden Bears Anett Schutting and Lynn Chi, 8-6…the duo also played in the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships…paired with Manasse, Fabikova reached the quarterfinals of the regional.

Spring 2013: Ended her season in the NCAA singles round of 32, falling to Nebraska's 11th-ranked Mary Weatherholt, 6-2, 6-1...earned an end of year ITA singles ranking of 30th and a No. 42 doubles ranking with Zsofi Susanyi after she racked up a 25-9 singles record and an overall 28-10 doubles record in her first spring season…the pair of Fabikova and Susanyi notched a 14-5 record.

Fall 2012: Recorded an 11-5 singles mark and an 11-1 tally in doubles...reached the singles semifinals of the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championship and of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational...fell to teammate Lynn Chi in the Red Singles final at the Saint Mary's Invitational...won the Red Doubles final with Chi at the Saint Mary's Invitational.

Personal/Previous: Undeclared major...parents are Hana Fabikova and Lubomir Fabik...has a brother, Adam Fabik, 21...born on Oct. 23, 1993, in Hranice, Czech Republic.

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