Life and career
Harkleroad, which began at the age of four years playing tennis and favorite place to play on hard courts, was in June 2000 elite player.
Her first title at ITF tournament she won on July 7, 2002, seven other individual titles were added. She also won five doubles tournaments on the ITF Women's Circuit. Her breakthrough came in 2003 in Charleston, when she was able to beat three top -20 players. In 2007, she played for the U.S. team at the Hopman Cup.
Your best results in Grand Slam tournaments she scored at the 2003 French Open and 2007 Australian Open by reaching the third round. Their highest placing in the individual she reached on June 9, 2003, 39th place
In Fed Cup, she played in 2008 their only two appearances for the United States. In the match against Germany defeated Tatjana Malek both and Sabine Lisicki.
On the occasion of the Olympic Games she was photographed for the August 2008 issue of U.S. Playboy. She was the second tennis player after Vanessa Menga (Brazil, February 2001), which has been stripped for Playboy.
On 25 March 2009, Harkleroad mother of a boy, in April 2011, she brought a daughter into the world. She was married between 2004 and 2006 with the tennis player Alex Bogomolov junior. The father of her two children is her current husband Chuck Adams, who was also a tennis player.
When WTA Indian Wells tournament in 2010 she gave her comeback, but she lost her first round match against Alicia Molik with 1:6 and 1:6. Her last professional match they played in August 2010 at the WTA tournament in Cincinnati, where she failed in the qualifying round.