Croatian tennis player Ana Konjuh has upped her performance at a significant level touring in the WTA in recent years. Ana’s skill set took a major turn when she was competing in the ITF Junior circuit and won both the Australian Open junior singles and doubles titles.
Her accomplishments, however, have been clubbed together by the presence of an intimate relationship in her life, apparently blooming the Croatian’s life off-court.
According to reports, the talented tennis professional is currently dating Ivan Tolic, who hails from Bratislava, Slovakia, as claimed by his Facebook page.
Ivan Tolic is a Croatian canoeist with two major accomplishments under his belt. At the World Championship for Wild-water Canoeing, he won two senior medals.
The couple, however, seems missing in action from social media, or at least from Ana’s Instagram account as her boyfriend Ivan has chosen to refrain from having a public account on social media.
Ana Konjuh’s most recent endeavor was making an appearance at a Grand Slam championship, the Australian Open, where she failed to set up camp in the championship’s main draw and ended her quest after being beaten by Sophie Chang in the final round of qualifiers.
When did the Croatian Tennis player Ana Konjuh make her debut?
Ana Konjuh has had some bright years during her era of competing under the ITF junior circuit. The Croatian, after bagging the Australian Open junior singles and doubles title in January 2013, propelled her ranking to No. 1.
Her hunt for securing another Grand Slam juniors title did not stop there as she further went on to win the 2014 US Open singles title.
Amidst securing two Grand Slam junior crowns, Ana, in 2014, shifted her focus towards competing in the WTA Tour. She made her debut in the top 100 later that year in October when she was merely 16 years old.
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The Croatian, at the moment, is serving her chances and taking a shot at grabbing the Lyon Open trophy. She has successfully paved her way into the tournament’s round of 32 after ousting Swiss player Simona Waltert in the final round of qualifiers.
Although unseeded at the ATP Lyon Open, an event held in the prestigious city of Lyon, France, Ana will now face 6th seed Mayar Sherif and decide her fate further into the tournament.
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