Alicia Molik

Alicia Molik was born in Adelaide, January 27, 1981, and she is an Australian tennis coach and former tennis player. Alicia Molik played a one-handed backhand. Her best singles position was eighth, reached in February 2005.

She won the bronze medal in Athens 2004, beating the Russian Anastasija Myskina in the final for third place.

She won two Grand Slam titles in women's doubles, the first at the 2005 Australian Open together with Svetlana Kuznecova and the second at Roland Garros 2007 together with the Italian Mara Santangelo.

She retired from pro in September 2008 due to too many injuries but returned to play in August 2009 winning the ITF Darwin tournament in doubles and singles.

Molik begins the season at the Hobart tournament by beating Sweden's Sofia Arvidsson in the first round. In the second round she was beaten by Sara Errani 6-1, 6-0. She later plays the Australian Open beating Roberta Vinci in the first round in three sets. In the next round she is eliminated by Russia's Nadia Petrova. This was her last tournament before her final retirement.

She resides in Perth with her husband, married in 2011. A year later she became the mother of a son.