26 Facts About Ana Konjuh


Ana Konjuh turned her attention to the main tour in 2014, and made her debut in the top 100 aged 16.

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Ana Konjuh won her first singles title on the WTA Tour at the 2015 Nottingham Open, becoming the youngest player to win a main tour event since 2006.

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Aged 14, Ana Konjuh was the runner-up at the 2012 Wimbledon Championships in girls' doubles.

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In December 2012, Ana Konjuh won two prestigious junior tennis tournaments, Eddie Herr and the Orange Bowl.

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Ana Konjuh received a call up to the Croatia Fed Cup team, where she scored the biggest win of her career, defeating Poland's Urszula Radwanska, ranked No 37 in the world, at the age of 15.

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In September 2013, Ana Konjuh won the singles title at the US Open, her second singles junior Grand Slam.

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Ana Konjuh was awarded a main-draw wildcard for the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Ana Konjuh made it to the semifinals of the $50K tournament in France, before losing to the eventual champion Danka Kovinic in straight sets.

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Ana Konjuh was more successful at Wimbledon, qualifying for the main draw with victories over Estrella Cabeza Candela, Laura Siegemund and Stephanie Vogt.

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Ana Konjuh's run came to an end in the following round with a straight-sets loss to the former world No 1, Caroline Wozniacki.

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Ana Konjuh suffered disappointment at the US Open when she lost to Urszula Radwanska in the first round of qualifying.

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Ana Konjuh completed her year by competing in three tournaments in France, reaching the semifinals of ITF events in Poitiers and Nantes, and the quarterfinals of the WTA 125K in Limoges.

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Ana Konjuh began the year in Auckland, comfortably defeating Mona Barthel before losing to Elena Vesnina in the second round.

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Ana Konjuh lost in the first round of the Australian Open to Magdalena Rybarikova.

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Ana Konjuh then lost in the second round to wildcard Klara Koukalova.

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Ana Konjuh dropped the first set to Monica Niculescu, but recovered to earn victory and her first WTA Tour title.

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At the French Open, Ana Konjuh reached the second round after beating Arina Rodionova in straight sets.

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Ana Konjuh then lost to Agnieszka Radwanska in a three-set thriller in which a late ankle injury halted Konjuh's chances of winning the match.

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Ana Konjuh went on to beat Kurumi Nara and Varvara Lepchenko en route to her first major fourth round.

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Ana Konjuh then beat the fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska in straight sets to become the youngest US Open quarterfinalist in a decade and the first Croatian female quarterfinalist since Karolina Sprem at Wimbledon in 2004.

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Ana Konjuh lost to the tenth seed and eventual finalist Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals in straight sets.

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Ana Konjuh started the year at the Auckland Open, where she reached her second WTA tournament final, beating Naomi Osaka and Julia Gorges en-route.

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Ana Konjuh then had back-to-back upsets over the No 12 seed Samantha Stosur, and the No 8 seed Elena Vesnina en route to the quarterfinals where she lost to the top seed, Angelique Kerber.

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In 2021, at the Miami Open, Ana Konjuh got her first main-draw win after three years as a wildcard.

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At the Serbia Open, Ana Konjuh reached the final in more than four years as a qualifier, defeating second seed Yulia Putintseva in the round of 16, fifth seed Nadia Podoroska in the quarterfinal and teenager Maria Camila Osorio in the semifinal.

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Ana Konjuh retired due to a right hip injury in the final with Paula Badosa but thanks to another great run, she returned to the top 150, climbing 44 spots in the rankings to No 144, her best ranking since 2018.

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