Aleksandar Vukic is an Australian professional tennis player.
22 Facts About Aleksandar Vukic
Aleksandar Vukic has a career high ATP doubles ranking of World No 394 achieved on the same date.
Aleksandar Vukic made his main draw ATP singles debut at the 2018 Sydney International and his Grand Slam debut at the 2020 French Open, after qualifying for both.
Aleksandar Vukic began playing tennis at the age of 6 and later attended the University of Illinois between 2015 and 2018 where he was named three-time All-American in tennis.
Aleksandar Vukic made his ITF Tour debut in Spain in May 2014.
Aleksandar Vukic made his main draw ATP singles debut at the 2018 Sydney International, where he qualified for the main draw by defeating Dusan Lajovic and Ricardas Berankis.
Aleksandar Vukic came within two points of defeating Feliciano Lopez, ranked 36 in the world.
In May 2019, Aleksandar Vukic reached the semi-final of the 2019 Savannah Challenger, his best performance at the ATP Challenger Tour level.
In March 2020, Aleksandar Vukic reached his first ATP Challenger Tour final in Monterrey Challenger.
Aleksandar Vukic ended 2020 with a singles ranking of World No 196.
Aleksandar Vukic commenced the 2021 season at the 2021 Great Ocean Road Open, where he defeated Yen-Hsun Lu for his first ATP main draw win.
Aleksandar Vukic was defeated by Jannik Sinner in the second round.
At the 2021 Australian Open, Aleksandar Vukic entered into the main draw as a wildcard and lost to 19th seed Karen Khachanov in the first round.
Aleksandar Vukic lost in the third and final round of qualifying for the French Open and in the first round of qualifying for Wimbledon Championships.
On 20 September 2021, and following a semifinal result at the Cary Challenger, Aleksandar Vukic improved his ranking back to No 214.
Aleksandar Vukic followed this by a final in singles at the 2021 Charlottesville Men's Pro Challenger where he lost to Stefan Kozlov.
Aleksandar Vukic reached a career-high singles ranking of No 156 on 22 November 2021.
At the Adelaide International 2, Aleksandar Vukic achieved his first top 50 win against Alexander Bublik and reached his first ATP quarterfinal, before losing to Thanasi Kokkinakis.
Aleksandar Vukic was awarded a second wildcard into the 2022 Australian Open.
Aleksandar Vukic defeated 30th seed Lloyd Harris in four sets for his first Grand Slam victory.
Aleksandar Vukic lost to fellow qualifier Radu Albot in the second round.
Aleksandar Vukic won his third professional title and the biggest of his career, a second Challenger at the 2023 Busan Open in South Korea, defeating top seed Max Purcell by retirement.