Ana Cetnik
Ana Cetnik

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Belgrade, Serbia

High School:
Fifth Belgrade

Height:
5-11

Experience:
3L

Plays:
Right


• ITA All-American (Doubles: 2004-05, 2006-07)

2006-07 (SENIOR): Earned All-MWC singles and doubles honors... Posted a dual match singles record of 19-7 playing at the top three positions... Went a perfect 10-0 in MWC singles action... Recorded a doubles mark of 20-5 in dual match play... Earned a bid to the NCAA Division I Individual Championships in both singles and doubles... Awarded a No. 4 national seed with partner Anna Sydorska, automatically qualifying the duo for Doubles All-America status... Tandem posted three victories over teams from Miami, Tennessee and Pepperdine to advance to the semifinals... Defeated No. 15 Riza Zalameda of UCLA in the opening round of the singles portion... Named the MWC Women's Tennis Player of the Week and TCU Athlete of the Week after starting spring season with three wins over top 30 ranked opponents at the National Team Indoors... Also named the TCU Women's Scholar Athlete of the Month for February... Earned highest singles ranking on Feb. 21 of No. 23... Also received a No. 3 ranking with Anna Sydorska, the highest-ever doubles ranking in school history... Reeled off 10 consecutive singles wins from March 19 through April 15... Defeated five ranked singles opponents on the season... Recorded TCU's only win in the NCAA Regional opening round against No. 113 Elze Potgieter of Texas A&M... Broke a 27-year old TCU record with 35 single season doubles victories... Also ended with 96 career doubles wins and 175 career combined victories, ranking third and seventh, respectively, all-time at TCU... Upset No. 1 doubles team in nation at ITA National Indoor Championships alongside Sydorska in first round in the fall... Pair soared into National Indoor championship match with wins over BYU duo and Kentucky, becoming first doubles team in TCU history to advance to National Indoor finals... Named doubles national champion runners-up after falling, 8-3, in finale of ITA National Indoors to pair from William and Mary... Cetnik/Sydorska duo posted heroic come-from-behind win to advance to quarterfinals of Southwest Regional... Pair won five straight games to take the win from fourth-seeded pair from Baylor and claim Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional doubles title... Paired with Sydorska to receive top seed and first round bye of Baylor Invite... Took win over duo from Baylor to advance to semifinals of Gold Draw... Tandem defeated Zuzana Cerna and Lenka Broosova in finals of Baylor Invite to win doubles Gold Draw.

2005-06 (JUNIOR): Compiled 20-4 singles record... Spent most of time at No. 4 singles where she posted 12 wins and only one loss... Named to All-MWC singles and doubles teams... Paired with former Frog Helena Besovic at No. 1 doubles for 12-3 record... Advanced into round of 16 of NCAA doubles championship alongside Besovic with win over No. 29 pair from Oregon... Pair took victories over No. 3 team from Harvard, No. 4 squad from New Mexico and No. 32 tandem from San Diego State... Cetnik/Besovic named to All-MWC doubles team... Began the season ranked at No. 43... Clinched match win over Rice single in first round of NCAA play to help Frogs advance to second round... Named MWC Player of the Week (5/3)... Went 7-0 in singles and paired with Besovic for 10-0 record against MWC opponents... Posted 11 match win streak in singles towards end of season.

2004-05 (SOPHOMORE): Lived overseas during the fall before returning to TCU for the spring semester...Battled a right shoulder injury most of the year that forced her to serve underhanded the majority of her matches...Compiled a 14-8 record in singles playing at three and four...After a slow 3-5 start, Cetnik finished with a strong 11-3 showing...Was an impressive 22-4 in doubles with Story-Tweedie-Yates...The duo was 19-3 at the top slot and finished the season ranked 15th...Earned All-America status in doubles after advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Championship...The two were only the fifth and sixth Horned Frogs to achieve All-America acclaim...Along the way, Cetnik and Tweedie-Yates knocked off doubles teams that were ranked 16th, sixth and third...It was the first time in school history that TCU had a representative in the semis of either the singles or doubles championships...Was a first-team All-Conference USA member...Picked up C-USA Player of the Week honors once in March...Registered her first singles victory against a ranked opponent when she dropped No. 62 Megan Muth from William & Mary on April 17...Scored two big wins in TCU's final two matches with Tulane over Darya Ivanov...Both matches went three sets.

2003-04 (FRESHMAN): Joined the Horned Frogs for the spring season and became a valuable part of their line-up...Teamed with Saber Pierce to form the Outstanding Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship...Second-team All-C-USA selection...Cetnik and Pierce climbed as high as No. 24 in doubles and ended the season ranked No. 31 in the nation...Also concluded the year as the No. 1 doubles pair in the ITA Southwest Region...Finished the year with a 16-6 singles record playing primarily in the No. 4 spot...Tallied an 18-5 doubles record in the top spot...Opened the singles season 2-6 before winning 14 straight to close out the year...Cetnik and Pierce upset Georgia's Agata Cioroch and Shadisha Robinson, the No. 4 doubles team in the nation, 8-6...The doubles tandem posted seven- and five-match winning streaks over the course of the season.

High School/Junior: Ranked among the world's top 900 in the WTA in singles and the top 400 for her doubles play...Twice competed for the Serbia and Montenegro National Team at the European Championship...Competed in five doubles finals and three semifinals...Attended Fifth Belgrade High School...Chose TCU over a scholarship offer from Arizona.

Personal: Is a business major at TCU...Comes from a tennis background, as her father, brother and sister are all tennis coaches...Father also played sports professionally...Ana Cetnik is the daughter of Nikola and Milica.


    Cook Children's Albertsons
    Pepsi