- 2010 Brzova partnered with Judy Arden and finished the season ranked #16 in the country.
- 2011 Established the Brzova/Stoklasova team in their first season together with a national ranking of #7.
- 2012-2013 This team dominated the tour knocking off the 2012 National Champions Cindy Prendergast/Lauren Zink on the way to their first National Championship in 2013, on Brzova’s home turf at The Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes, NJ.
- 2014 Brzova/Stoklasova won back-to-back National Championships with a win at The Fox Chapel Racquet Club in Pittsburgh.
- 2015 Brzova partnered with Liz Cruz—it was the first time they stepped on the court together—and extended her National Championship count total to three.
- 2018-2019 After a two-year injury hiatus, she found success with many partners in Grand Prix tournaments and reached the semifinals at Nationals with Amy Shay.
- 2020-2021 Brzova won the Lake Invitational with Roxy Enica; this partnership also saw two semifinal finishes at Grand Prix events in Boston and Short Hills.
- Brzova, born in Macedonia, was the daughter of a diplomat. She found success in volleyball in Australia and Yugoslavia and junior tennis around the world. She played volleyball and tennis at Iona College, earning her MBA in Finance.
- She possesses great foot speed and the mental fortitude and passion to succeed. She thrives on competing at the highest level.
- Director of Racquet Sports at The Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale, NY, and was instrumental in initiating the new paddle program at the club in 2020.
- Head Platform Tennis Professional at Indian Trail Club, Franklin Lakes, NJ, since 2010.
2010-2011 – #16 with Judy Arden
2011-2012 – #7 with Viki Stoklasova
2012 2013 – #1 with Viki Stoklasova
2013-2014 – #1 with Viki Stoklasova
2014-2015 – #1 with Viki Stoklasova
2015-2016 – #4 with Viki Stoklasova
2019-2020 – #9 with Roxy Enica
TEAM ANA BRZOVA + VIKI STOKLASOVA
2011 The partnership was born. Ranked #7 In their first season.
2012-2015 Ranked #1 for three years running.
2013 and 2014 Won back-to back National Championships.
Affectionately known as the Ovas.
2022 HOF Inductees