Ajla Tomljanović is an Australian professional tennis player, boasts a record of four singles and three doubles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit. Achieving a career pinnacle on 3 April 2023, she secured the world No. 32 singles ranking. Additionally, on 5 January 2015, she attained a doubles ranking high of No. 47.
Age- 30 years
Height- 1.78 m
Weight- 67 kg
Born- 7 May 1993
Profession-Australian tennis player
Nationality- Australian, Croatian
Born in Zagreb, Ajla Tomljanović parents are Ratko Tomljanović and Emina. Her father, a former professional handball player, achieved notable success as the winner of the 1992 and 1993 handball European Cup. Adding to the family’s sporting background, Ajla’s older sister, Hana, pursued tennis and played for the University of Virginia.
Ajla Tomljanović was romantically involved with Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios from 2017 to 2018. Subsequently, from 2019 until 2022, she was in a relationship with Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini.
Ajla Tomljanović initiated her tennis journey at the age of six and later moved to Florida at the age of 13 for more advanced training. In the latter part of 2014, she established permanent residency in Brisbane, Australia. This move was motivated by her desire to be closer to her cousin Isabella Bozicevic’s family, located in the neighboring Gold Coast. It also allowed her to train at the Queensland Tennis Centre and, in the process, switch her allegiance to represent Australia in all four Grand Slam tournaments.
In 2018, Ajla’s application for Australian citizenship was approved, enabling her to represent her adopted country in WTA Tour events and compete for Australia in the Fed Cup.
Fernando Martínez and Rene Gomez serve as Ajla Tomljanović’s coaches. In addition to her passion for tennis, she is also a basketball enthusiast.
In 2015, Tomljanović kicked off the season at the Brisbane International as a wildcard, securing a significant victory in the first round against former world No. 1 Jelena Janković. However, she faced early exits at the Australian Open and subsequent tournaments.
In 2020, she began at the Brisbane International, reaching the second round but falling to Karolína Plíšková. Her 2021 season saw a second-round loss at the Adelaide International and a challenging start at the Abu Dhabi Open.
Moving to 2022, Tomljanović faced a setback at the Adelaide International, and despite a strong start at the Australian Open, she had to withdraw due to a persistent knee issue, reaching a career-high ranking of world No. 32 in April 2023.
Returning at the 2023 US Open, she won her first-round match but withdrew in the next round due to fatigue. Subsequent appearances included a first-round exit in Guadalajara and a victorious run at the WTA 125 tournament in Florianópolis in November, marking her first title at this level.
Tomljanović sports Original Penguin attire and plays with Wilson racquets, having previously held sponsorships with Nike and K-Swiss for clothing and apparel. In 2020, she debuted in World TeamTennis with the Vegas Rollers at The Greenbrier. Additionally, Tomljanović is featured in the tennis docuseries Break Point, which premiered on Netflix on January 13, 2023.
Ajla Tomljanović Shoulder injury
In February 2020 Tomljanović made her competitive return at the Mexican Open, securing a notable victory against sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard in the first round. However, she faced setbacks, retiring in the second round due to a right shoulder injury. Subsequent tournaments included wins in Miami but also exits due to injuries at the Indian Wells Open and the Revolution Technologies Pro Tennis Classic. Tomljanović retired from the LTP Charleston Pro semifinals due to a hip injury. Despite a wildcard entry at the French Open and the Bol Open, she exited early in both. Injuries persisted, leading to retirements at the Stanford Classic and the US Open, concluding her season ranked No. 151.
Ajla Tomljanović Net Worth
Ajla Tomljanovic’s net worth is reported to be 6 million dollars.