Category:Yugoslav tennis players. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Tennis players from Yugoslavia. This category lists tennis players with Wikipedia articles who notably represented Yugoslavia. Note that articles are sub-categorized by whether a player has done so in male or female competition, and also by particular notable competitions.
Novak Djokovic Djokovic in 2019 holding the Wimbledon men's trophy Native name Новак Ђоковић Novak Đoković Country (sports) Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006) Serbia (2006–present) Residence Monte Carlo, Monaco Born (1987-05-22) 22 May 1987 (age 34) Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia (now Serbia) Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) Turned pro 2003 Plays Right-handed (two-handed ...
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Monica Seles is a retired professional tennis player who represented Yugoslavia and the United States. A former world No. 1, she won nine Grand Slam singles titles, eight of them as a teenager while representing Yugoslavia, and the final one while representing the United States. In 1990, Seles became the youngest ever French Open champion at the age of 16. She went on to win eight Grand Slam singles titles before her 20th birthday and was the year-end No. 1 in 1991 and 1992. However, on April 30
Pages in category "Yugoslav female tennis players" The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Tennis career Živojinović represented SFR Yugoslavia as the number 15 seed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul , where he was defeated in the second round by France's Guy Forget . The right-hander won two career singles titles ( Houston , 1986 and Sydney , 1988), as well as eight doubles titles.
Correct Wrong! Yugoslavian-born tennis ace. Else clues. • '90s tennis star. • '96 Australian Open winner, amazingly. • Getting a Grip autobiographer. • 1990-92 French Open champion. • 1990-92 French Open Tennis Champion. • 1990-92 French Open winner.
It resulted from a situation between the union of professional tennis players and ATP. This came after Niki Pilic was suspended by the Yugoslavian tennis federation for not playing in a Yugoslav ...
In the summer of 1993, at 6 years old, Djokovic was spotted by Yugoslavian tennis legend Jelena Gencic at his parents' sports complex. Gencic then worked with Djokovic for the next six years.
Ana Ivanovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who has won the French Open in 2008 and was ranked the No. 1 tennis player in the world the same year. She started playing tennis at the age of 5 and went to became a world’s popular tennis player when she was qualified for the 2004 Zürich Open tournament.