Spring 2000: Registered a 3-3 mark, playing at No. 6 singles, during the
spring... All three of her losses came in three set matches... Was 3-13
in doubles play... Teamed up with fellow freshman Julie Morris in nine
Fall 1999: Turned in a 6-5 mark in Fall tournament play... Won her first
three matches at the Rice Invitational.
Prep: Was ranked as high as No. 130 in singles and No. 90 in doubles
among world juniors by the ITF... Ranked as high as No. 5 in Russia and
was a member of the Russian national team that won the 1998 Continental
Cup - the world team championships... Won the Moscow Championships in
1992, 1994 and 1995... Was the runner-up at the 1996 Russian Indoor
Championships... Was a semifinalist at the 1997 Russian Championships...
Finished second at the Jakarta Tournament in 1998... Reached the
quarterfinals of the 1998 Austrian event at St. Polten... Attended
Experimental Secondary School No. 204.
Personal: Olga Mikhailova was born March 13, 1982 in Moscow, Russia...
The daughter of Oleg and Valentina Mikhailova... Her stepfather is the
coach of the Russian Federation Cup and girl's national tennis teams...
Enjoys studying languages.