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ITF - W75 Rome 07/14 09:00 - Lina Gjorcheska vs Oksana Selekhmeteva View

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ITF - W75 Rome 07/13 14:20 28 [265] Petra Marcinko v Lina Gjorcheska [231] 7-5,2-6,1-6
ITF - W75 Rome 07/12 13:55 27 [204] Varvara Lepchenko v Lina Gjorcheska [231] 4-6,7-5,5-7
ITF - W75 Rome 07/11 14:05 26 [235] Cristina Dinu v Lina Gjorcheska [231] Retired
ITF - W75 Rome 07/10 11:50 25 [289] Leonie Kung v Lina Gjorcheska [231] 3-6,1-6
Wimbledon - Femmes 06/25 10:00 14 [230] Lina Gjorcheska v Sachia Vickery [138] 6-7,6-7
ITF - W50 Otocec 05/30 08:00 26 [230] Lina Gjorcheska v Maja Chwalinska [244] 0-6,6-7
ITF - W50 Otocec 05/29 14:25 25 [459] Lina Gjorcheska v Michaela Bayerlova [271] 6-0,7-5
Open de France - Femmes 05/21 13:10 14 [285] Margaux Rouvroy v Lina Gjorcheska [211] 6-2,5-7,6-3
ITF - W75 Trnava 05/10 09:00 27 [213] Lina Gjorcheska v Veronika Erjavec [176] 3-6,4-6
ITF - W75 Trnava 05/09 12:05 26 [115] Mai Hontama v Lina Gjorcheska [213] 3-6,1-6
ITF - W75 Trnava 05/07 15:30 25 [213] Lina Gjorcheska v Polina Kudermetova [165] 6-4,6-4
WTA Lleida 05/02 10:10 26 [218] Lina Gjorcheska v Katerina Siniakova [40] 2-6,2-6

Wikipedia - Lina Gjorcheska

Lina Gjorcheska (Macedonian: Лина Ѓорческа, Lina Ǵorčeska; born 3 August 1994) is a Macedonian tennis player, and the most successful of her country to date.

She has career-high WTA rankings of 170 in singles and 116 in doubles, both achieved on 12 June 2017. She has won 13 singles and 47 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.

Playing for North Macedonia in Billie Jean King Cup, Gjorcheska has a win–loss record of 27–5 (as of May 2024).

At the 2016 US Open, she lost in the first round of qualifying to Catherine Bellis. It was her first appearance in a Grand Slam event.

At her first appearance at the Australian Open in 2017, Gjorcheska beat Sachia Vickery in the first round of qualifying. In the second round, she beat Dalma Gálfi in straight sets and then lost to Stefanie Vögele in three. She played her first WTA Tour main draw at the 2017 Ladies Open Biel Bienne, and lost in the first round to Markéta Vondroušová. Then she made the final at the $60k Nana Trophy in Tunis where she was defeated by Richèl Hogenkamp. She was recovering from right hand injury from August 2017 till April 2018 when she started to play again. Since then, she has been playing tournaments and is slowly climbing on the rankings again. She has been making a successful comeback in singles and doubles in 2019, 2020, and 2021.