Bulgarian tennis player Viktoriya Tomova is easily one of the most interesting on the Eastern European circuit. The 23-year-old from Sofia is a household name back home, having become a popular name on the circuit as well. She’s reached as high as 128th on the WTA Singles rankings, and has also taken part in the Fed Cup with Bulgaria.
An impressive career so far has seen her get to as many as 20 finals at ITF Level, winning a very impressive 14 of them. Her first win arrived in 2011, when she defeated Klaudia Boczova in Monastir, Tunisia. Since then, she’s also claimed important wins at this level with results over the likes of Iva Mekovec in Bol, Croatia, in 2014.
Her career-best finals run came in 2014-2015, though, where she won four tournaments on the spin, including wins in Bol, Sarajevo, Sousse and Heraklion (twice). Her very impressive form and her interesting demeanor on the court ensures that she stands out from many other younger tennis players, as her calmness and composure makes her a very hard player to read.
With such a bursting trophy cabinet for one so young, it really is hard to say what the limit is for Tomova.