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Pavlina Nola

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Residence  Auckland, New Zealand
Name  Pavlina Nola
Turned pro  1995
Career titles  0 WTA, 7 ITF
Weight  60 kg

Career record  240–180
Height  1.75 m
Prize money  $416,682
Role  Tennis player
Retired  2002
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Country (sports)  Bulgaria (1974-2001)  New Zealand (2001-02)
Born  14 July 1974 (age 41) Varna, Bulgaria (1974-07-14)
Plays  Right-handed (two-handed backhand)

Pavlina Nola interview with Mark Lewis from Tennis Auckland

Pavlina Stoyanova-Nola (Bulgarian: Павлина Стоянова-Нола) (born 14 July 1974) is a former tennis player who played for both Bulgaria (up to May 2001) and New Zealand (since June 2001) in her professional career.


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Nola turned professional in 1995. She reached her career high ranking of No. 68 in the world on 14 May 2001. The best singles result of her career was finishing runner-up to Henrieta Nagyová at a WTA tournament in Palermo where she lost 3–6, 5–7. She also one won doubles title at the same tournament two years previously with Elena Pampoulova-Wagner. She played her last match in 2002, losing in the first round of the 2002 Australian Open to Janette Husárová.

Captain of Campbells Bay Tennis Club – Chelsea Cup team 2010 — Pavlina Nola was Captain of Campbell’s Bay Tennis Club Chelsea Cup team in 2010. The Chelsea Cup is the premier club tennis league competition for North Shore City in New Zealand. Campbells Bay Tennis Club is a large tennis club based in the best location on the shore.

Pavlina was successful winning captain leading a team consisting of Franziska Etzel, Kairangi Vano, Vicki Wild and Charlotte Roberts. Such was Pavlina’s dominance in the competition that in the nine matches she ended with astonishing statistics of playing 9 matches and winning 108 games and giving the opposition only 14 games.

Fed Cup

Pavlina Nola debuted for the Bulgaria Fed Cup team in 1995. Since then she has a 4–4 singles record and a 1–3 doubles record (5–7 overall).

Doubles (1–3)

  • RR = Round Robin
  • PPO = Promotion Play-Off
  • Grand Slam singles performance timeline

  • A = did not participate in the tournament
  • SR = the ratio of the number of Grand Slam singles tournaments won to the number of those tournaments played
  • References

    Pavlina Nola Wikipedia