Infobox Tennis player
playername = Jelena Janković
nickname = J.J. (in the media),
Jeca (in Serbia),
Jelly (in the UK)
country = SRB
datebirth = birth date and age|1985|2|28
Belgrade, Serbiathen SFR Yugoslavia
height = height|m=1.77
weight = convert|59|kg|lb st|abbr=on|lk=on
turnedpro = February 6, 2000
plays = Right; Two-handed backhand
singlesrecord = 324–169
singlestitles = 8 WTA, 1 ITF
highestsinglesranking = No. 1 (August 11, 2008)
AustralianOpenresult = SF (2008)
FrenchOpenresult = SF (2007, 2008)
Wimbledonresult = 4R (2006, 2007, 2008)
USOpenresult = F (2008)
doublesrecord = 34–53
doublestitles = 1 WTA
highestdoublesranking = No. 43 (November 6, 2006)
updated = October 6, 2008
Jelena Janković ( _sr. Јелена Јанковић, pronounced: YELL-e-nah YAN-ko-vich) (born
February 28, 1985) is a Serbian professional female tennis player. She is the World No. 1 player as of October 6, 2008. [ [http://www.b92.net/sport/tenis/vesti.php?yyyy=2008&mm=10&dd=02&nav_id=321587 Jankovićeva od ponedeljka opet prva] sr icon]
Janković has reached the singles final of the US Open and the singles semifinals of the
Australian Openand the French Open. In 2007, she won the Wimbledon mixed doubles title with British partner Jamie Murray.
Janković learned her first tennis skills in Tennis Club 'Red Star'. [ [http://www.sd-crvenazvezda.net/index.php?mod=hst&hid=21 Red Star, club's tennis history] sr icon] As a nine-and-a-half year old she was introduced to tennis by her elder brother and fitness coach Marko. She was later trained at the Tennis Academy of
Nick Bollettieri. As a junior she won the 2001 Australian Open. In 2001, she started to play on the WTA Tour; she reached the second round at her first tournament at the Indian Wells Masters.
In October 2003, Janković entered the top 100 at No. 90 for the first time after winning her first ITF title in Dubai. Three months later, Janković garnered her first top 10 win against
Elena Dementieva6–1, 6–4 in the first round of the 2004 Australian Open. In May, Janković won her first WTA title, a Tier V event, in Budapest, defeating Martina Sucháin the final 7–6, 6–3. Following her win in Budapest, she reached No. 51 in the world. Elsewhere in her 2004 season, she defeated top 20 players Nadia Petrova(twice), Vera Zvonareva, Patty Schnyderand Paola Suarez. Janković finished 2004 ranked No. 28 in the world.
2005 is considered Janković's breakthrough season. In March, at Dubai, she advanced to the final following Serena Williams's retirement in the semifinal. Janković then lost in the final to
Lindsay Davenport6–4, 3–6, 6–4. She made her first Tier I semifinal in Berlin, losing to Nadia Petrova6–4, 6–7, 6–3. In June, she reached her first grass court final at Birmingham, but lost to Maria Sharapova6–2, 4–6, 6–1. In October, Janković reached her third final of the year in Seoul, ranked No. 17 in the world, her highest ranking at that time, losing to 16-year-old Nicole Vaidisova7–5, 6–3. Her ranking at the end of the season eclipsed her 2004 record at No. 22.
After winning her first round match at the
Australian Open, Janković lost ten straight matches, not winning a match from late January into early May. She then reached the quarterfinals of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Romebefore losing to Venus Williamsin three sets. The following week, she reached the semifinals in Strasbourg, retiring against Nicole Vaidisovain the second set.
French Open, Janković upset 25th-seeded Marion Bartolibefore losing to World No. 1 Amelie Mauresmoin the third round 6–3, 6–3. At Wimbledon, she upset sixth-seeded and defending champion Venus Williams in the third round 7–6(8), 4–6, 6–4. She then lost to ninth-seeded Anastasia Myskinain the fourth round 6–4, 7–6(5).
During the North American summer
hard courtseason, Janković reached her fifth career final at the JPMorgan Chase Open in Los Angeles, defeating tenth-seeded Ana Ivanovicin the quarterfinals and unseeded Serena Williamsin the semifinals before losing to third seeded Elena Dementievain the final. At the US Open, Janković defeated World No. 10 Vaidisova in the third round, World No. 7 Svetlana Kuznetsovain the fourth round, and World No. 5 Dementieva in the quarterfinals 6–2, 6–1. In the semifinals, Janković lost to Justine Henin4–6, 6–4, 6–0 after Janković had led 6–4, 4–2 and was one point from leading 5–2. Janković argued with the chair umpire when the umpire refused to offer an opinion as to whether a service call had been correct, suggesting that Janković use one of her electronic challenges. Janković then lost ten consecutive games.
At Janković's first tournament following the US Open, she reached the semifinals of the Tier II China Open, losing to Mauresmo 6–1, 3–6, 7–6 after Janković served for the match at 6–5 in the third set. The following week, Janković reached the Guangzhou semifinals, retiring against
Anna Chakvetadzewhile trailing 7-5, 2-0. In her last four tournaments of the year, she lost to Kuznetsova, Vaidišová and Olga Poutchkovain the quarterfinals of three of them and to Kuznetsova in the second round of the other one.
Janković finished the year ranked World No. 12.
To begin the year, Janković won her second title at the Tier IV
ASB Classicin Auckland, defeating Vera Zvonarevain the final. At the Tier II Medibank International in Sydney, Janković defeated World No. 7 Martina Hingisand top-seeded Amelie Mauresmoon the way to the final. There, she lost to Kim Clijstersafter Janković served for the match in the second set. [ [http://www.smh.com.au/news/tennis/clijsters-beats-jankovic--and-crowd/2007/01/12/1168105183727.html Clijsters beats Janković and Crowd] ] She then reached the fourth round of the Australian Open, where she was eliminated by the eventual champion Serena Williams6–3, 6–2. Because of her results at these tournaments, her ranking rose to World No. 10, the first time she had been included in the top ten.
At the first Tier I event of the year in Tokyo, Janković lost in the quarterfinals to countrywoman
Ana Ivanovic3–6, 6–4, 6–2. At the Dubai Tennis Championships, she retired from her semifinal match with Mauresmo because of an ankle injury. The following week in Doha, Janković again reached the semifinals, losing to Justine Heninin three sets. After that, she played at the Tier I Pacific Life Openin Indian Wells, Californiawhere she was eliminated by Na Li in the fourth round 6–3, 7–6(1). To complete the spring hard court season, Janković lost in the third round of the Tier I tournament in Key Biscayne, Florida to Italian Mara Santangelo2–6, 7–6, 6–4, despite holding a 6–2, 5–2 lead.
Janković then started her
clay courtseason at Amelia Island, Florida, where she lost in the quarterfinals to Ivanovic 7–5, 6–3. She then won her first career Tier I title, at the Family Circle Cupin Charleston, South Carolina, defeating Venus Williamsin the semifinals 3–6, 6–3, 7–6 and Dinara Safinain the final. On European red clay, Janković then lost to Henin three times and won one tournament. At the J&S Cupin Warsaw, Janković lost to Henin in the semifinals 7–5, 2–6, 6–4. At the Qatar Telecom German Open, Janković lost to Henin in the quarterfinals 3–6, 6–4, 6–4 after failing to hold a 4–0 lead in the third set. Janković next won her second career Tier I title at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome, defeating second-seeded Svetlana Kuznetsovain the final. Janković was the fourth seed at the French Open. She defeated Venus Williams and Nicole Vaidisova, among others, before falling to Henin in the semifinals 6–2, 6–2. Her results at these six clay court tournaments increased her ranking to World No. 3.
On grass, Janković captured the
DFS Classictitle in Birmingham, beating top-seeded Maria Sharapovain the final. Sharapova led 3–0 in the third set before Janković rallied to win the match. This was her first career victory over Sharapova. The next week, Janković reached the final of the Ordina Openin the Netherlandsand became the first player since Chris Evertin 1974 to win 50 matches in the first half of a year.Fact|date=February 2008 Janković, suffering from a hamstring injury, lost the final to Anna Chakvetadze. At Wimbledon, Janković was the third-seed but lost in the fourth round to Marion Bartoliof France 3–6, 7–5, 6–3. In the mixed doubles competition at Wimbledon, Janković teamed with doubles specialist Jamie Murrayto win the title by beating the fifth-seed team, Jonas Bjorkmanand Alicia Molik, in the final 6–4, 3–6, 6–1.
During the North American summer hard court season, Janković lost in the third round of the Tier I
Acura Classicin San Diego. Janković blamed her loss on the flu. In spite of her illness, she reached the semifinals of the East West Bank Classicin Carson, Californiathe next week, falling to Ivanovic 4–6, 6–3, 7–5 after Janković led 4–1 in the third set and had two match points at 5–4 in that set. Janković said, "I cannot expect myself to play my best tennis when I am still blowing my nose on each changeover with paper towels." [ [http://www.ocregister.com/sports/jankovic-cold-last-1802781-second-daniilidou Janković overcomes 'flu bug] ] In August, Janković reached the final of the Tier I Rogers Cup in Toronto, where she lost to Henin on Henin's sixth match point. Janković had led 4–1 in the first set and 4–2 in the second set but was unable to maintain her lead. At the US Open, Janković lost to Venus Williams in the quarterfinals 4–6, 6–1, 7–6(4).
To complete her hectic playing year, Janković traveled to Asia for two tournaments, Europe for one tournament, back to Asia for one tournament, and finally back to Europe for two tournaments.
At the Commonwealth Bank Tennis Classic in
Bali, Janković was upset in the quarterfinals by former World No. 1 Lindsay Davenport6–4, 2–6, 6–2. This was Davenport's first singles tournament since giving birth. The following week at the China Open in Beijing, Janković received a wildcard into the tournament after top-ranked Henin withdrew due to illness. In the second round, Janković defeated Virginia Ruano Pascual6–0, 6–0, the third time in her career she had won a match without losing a game. Janković lost only four points during the second set, all on her own serve. In the semifinals, Janković beat Davenport 6–3, 7–5 but lost in the final to Hungarian teenager Ágnes Szávayafter Janković had a match point in the second set. [ [http://www.sonyericssonwtatour.com/1/newsroom/stories/?ContentID=1734 Back From The Brink in Beijing] ]
After a two week break, Janković then played three consecutive weeks but won only two matches. At the Tier II tournament in Stuttgart, Janković lost to Henin in the semifinals 7–6(2), 7–5. Janković then retired from her first round match in Bangkok with Yan Zi. After a first round bye at the Zürich Open, Janković lost to Vaidišová 6–4, 6–4.
Janković took a three week break before playing the year-ending WTA Tour Championships in
Madrid. However, Janković lost all three of her round robin matches, to Henin, Chakvetadze, and Bartoli (retiring in the second set after losing the first set).
Janković had successful nose surgery immediately after Madrid to correct a breathing problem. The surgery prevented her from practicing for three weeks.
, with Janković unable to play her singles rubber because of injury.
In her final preparation event for the
Australian Open, the Medibank International in Sydney, Janković lost in the quarterfinals to Nicole Vaidisova.
Her first match at the Australian Open was against
Tamira Paszek, which Janković won 2–6, 6–2, 12–10 in three hours, fifteen minutes. [cite web|url= http://sport.guardian.co.uk/breakingnews/feedstory/0,,-7222914,00.html|title= Janković survives marathon clash with Paszek|accessdate= 2008-01-13|author= Simon Cambers|publisher= Guardian Unlimited] Both players needed medical attention during the final set. [cite web|url= http://sportal.com.au/tennis-news-display/jankovic-survives-almighty-scare-41611|title= Janković survives almighty scare|accessdate= 2008-01-13|author= Paul Gough|date= 2008-01-14|publisher= sportal.com.au] Janković then reached the quarterfinals for the first time, defeating defending champion Serena Williams 6–3, 6–4. In her third career Grand Slam singles semifinal, Janković lost to Maria Sharapova6–3, 6–1.
Janković then played two tournaments in the
Middle East. At the Tier I Qatar Total Openin Doha, Janković lost in the quarterfinals to Li Na 6–3, 6–4. The next week at the Tier II Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships, Janković lost in the semifinals to Svetlana Kuznetsova5–7, 6–4, 6–3. Janković played one more Asian event, the Tier II Canara Bank Bangalore Open in India. Although she was the top seeded player, she lost in the quarterfinals to Yan Ziof China6–3, 3–6, 6–3.
At the Tier I Pacific Life Open in
Indian Wells, California, Janković was the third seed and defeated 24th-seeded Lindsay Davenportin the quarterfinals when Davenport retired from the match with a shoulder and back injury after losing the first set. Janković then lost to fellow Serb Ana Ivanovicin the semifinals 7–6(3), 6–3. The following fortnight, Janković was the runner-up at the Sony Ericsson Openin Key Biscayne, Florida, losing to Serena Williams 6–1, 5–7, 6–3 after Williams was unable to convert on seven match points in the third set. [citeweb|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/7332424.stm|title=Serena battles to fifth Miami win|publisher=BBC Sport|author=Piers Newbury|date=2008-04-05|accessdate=2008-08-02]
Janković lost in the quarterfinals of her next two Tier I tournaments, the
Family Circle Cupin Charleston, South Carolina(where she was defending champion) and the Qatar Telecom German Openin Berlin. Janković then successfully defended her Tier I Internazionali BNL d'Italiatitle in Rome. She defeated Venus Williamsin the quarterfinals, advanced by walkover against Sharapova in the semifinals, and defeated French teenager Alize Cornetin the final. This was Janković's first singles title of the year.
French Openin Paris, Janković would have become the World No. 1 had she defeated Ivanovic in the semifinals. However, Ivanovic won the match 6–4, 3–6, 6–4. Janković failed to hold leads of 3–0 in the first set and 3–1 in the third set, although she did win the second set after trailing 3–1. Janković committed 51 unforced errors compared to 28 winners during the match. [ [http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/scores/stats/day17/2126ms.html Match Statistics] ]
On grass, Janković withdrew from the
DFS Classicin Birmingham, United Kingdombecause of an arm injury sustained during the French Open. Nevertheless, she replaced Sharapova as World No. 2 following the tournament. At Wimbledon, Janković was the second seeded player and defeated Caroline Wozniackiin the third round despite injuring her left knee. [ [http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/match_reports/2008-06-28/200806281214665988140.html Janković hobbles to hard-fought win] ] Because of early round losses by other highly ranked players, Janković only needed to reach the semifinals to replace Ivanovic as World No. 1. [ [http://www.usatoday.com/sports/tennis/2008-06-28-jankovic_N.htm The next No. 1? Jankovic one of few to dodge upset bug] ] However, she lost to Tamarine Tanasugarnin the fourth round 6–3, 6–2.
Janković lost her third opportunity to grasp the World No. 1 ranking at the
East West Bank Classicin Los Angeles[citeweb|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/7527434.stm|title=Defeat puts Jankovic bid on hold|publisher=BBC Sport|date=2008-07-27|accessdate=2008-08-02] when she lost to Dinara Safinain the semifinals 7–6(3), 6–1.
At the Tier I Rogers Cup in Montreal, Janković had a fourth chance to claim the World No. 1 ranking. Because Ivanovic had lost in the third round, Janković only needed to reach the final to replace Ivanovic as the top ranked player. However, Janković lost in the quarterfinals to
Dominika Cibulkova7–5, 6–2 after Janković had led 4–0 in the first set. After the match, Janković said, "At the moment I don't deserve the top spot. I am not in the best shape, I am not at my highest level". [citeweb|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/7538459.stm|title=Jankovic misses top spot chance|publisher=BBC Sport|date=2008-08-01|accessdate=2008-08-02]
Despite the loss, Janković moved up to World No. 1 on
August 11, 2008. [citeweb|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/7539061.stm|title=Jankovic to take number one spot|publisher=BBC Sport|date=2008-08-02|accessdate=2008-08-02] She is the 18th woman to have been ranked World No. 1 by the Women's Tennis Association. She is the first woman to have attained that ranking without ever having reached a Grand Slam final and only the third woman (the others being Amelie Mauresmoand Kim Clijsters) to have become World No. 1 without first winning a Grand Slam title. [citeweb|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/11/sports/tennis/11women.html?_r=1&adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1217757859-wf4AgPofpExnWHHO9ejrbA&oref=slogin|title=Finally, a Grand Slam for Clijsters|publisher= New York Times|author=Liz Robbins|date=2005-09-11|accessdate=2008-08-03] [citeweb|url=http://www.cbc.ca/sports/story/2004/09/13/tennis-rankings040913.html|title=Mauresmo takes over No. 1 world tennis ranking|publisher= Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, AP|quote= [Mauresmo] is only the second player to reach No. 1 in the WTA rankings without winning a Grand Slam title.|date=2004-09-14|accessdate=2008-08-03] Serbiais only the third nation (the others being Belgium and the United States) to have had consecutive World No. 1 female players. Janković then lost her World No. 1 ranking on August 18, 2008, to Ivanović.
Beijing Olympics, Janković was seeded second and played the tournament with a sore right calf muscle that caused her to consider withdrawing. [ [http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/olympics/2008/08/09/jankovic.decision.ap/index.html Tennis: Ailing Jankovic may pull out] ] Janković defeated Cibulkova in the third round but lost to sixth-seeded Safina in the quarterfinals 6–2, 5–7, 6–3.
Janković was the second-seeded player at the US Open. She defeated fifth-seeded
Elena Dementievain the semifinals 6–4, 6–4 to reach her first Grand Slam final, where she lost to fourth-seeded Serena Williams6–4, 7–5.
Janković then lost in the quarterfinals of the Tier I Toray Pan Pacific Open in
Tokyoto Kuznetsova 2–6, 7–5, 7–5.
Janković has beaten
Svetlana Kuznetsova, 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the China Open to win her second tournament of the year. In the semis, she defeated Olympic bronze medalist, Vera Zvonareva, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4.
Janković played in the
Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, where she defeated Venus Williamsin the semifinals 6-7 (8-10), 7-5, 6-2, and Nadia Petrovain the final 6-4, 6-3. This was her second title in two weeks. After that, she returned to World No. 1 spot on October 6, 2008.
Kremlin Cup, Janković defeated Russian, Vera Dushevina6-7 (6-8), 6-3, 6-2 in round two after a first round bye. The quarter-finals saw Janković beat Italian wild-card, Flavia Pennetta, 7-6 (8-6), 6-3. She defeated Elena Dementievain the semis 0-6 "(Her first set without any return points since November 2007)," 6-1, 6-0. She will play Vera Zvonarevain the final.
Records against other players
Record against other top 10 players
The following is Janković's win-loss singles record against other players included in the top 10 of the
Women's Tennis Associationrankings as of October 11, 2008.
Record against other players (active and retired)
The following is Janković's win-loss singles record against other selected players according to the
Women's Tennis Associationon June 9, 2008.
Janković is often regarded as one of the fittest and toughest players in recent years of women's tennis for her great defensive abilities and footwork, which classifies her as a
counterpuncher. Jelena is known for being one of the few players who can slide on all surfaces, further enhancing her defense. In 2007, she played more matches than any other player and maintained her third rank as well, which is the proof of her incredible stamina and well-balanced performance. Janković has very consistent ground strokes and likes to go down the line more often than crosscourt. Her signature shot is her two-handed backhand down the line; she hits it with excellent pace and can drive it deep for an outright winner and also the fact that she can hit her backhand any angle from her court position. She also has a solid forehand and a decent net game, being able to hit effective drive, drop and swinging volleys. Her main weakness is the fact her serve is very attackable. She likes to spin it in on the first and second serve which can lead to her getting broken many times in matches against good baseline players. She has however shown some improvement in this area, hitting several of her serves over 100 mph.
Janković was born in
Belgrade, in then Yugoslavia, now Serbia, as the third child of Veselin and Snežana Janković, both economists. Her mother is from Serbia and her father is from Montenegro. She also has two brothers, Marko and Stefan. She is a student at the Megatrend Universityin Belgrade, studying economics; however, she has put her course of study on indefinite hold as she continues to pursue her tennis career. She trained at tennis club "Crvena Zvezda".
Wimbledon 2007, in a mixed doubles match at the semi-final stage she invited a ballboyto come and sit with her and began asking him questions, much to the crowd's amusement. Though the boy was clearly enjoying himself, he swiftly jumped out of the chair when a riled Jamie Murrayreturned from his toilet break. The British press have linked Janković and Murray romantically but she has remained coy about their relationship, though she joked in interviews that she used kisses as a way of motivating the Scot. [ [http://sport.independent.co.uk/tennis/article2747776.ece Murray feeling champion about Janković's kisses] ]
September 2008, Jelena Jankovic announced that she has been dating Montenegrian water poloplayer Mlađan Janovićsince August 2008. [ [http://www.zbrka.com/zanimljivosti-i-jet-set/vest-jelena-jankovic-ima-novog-decka.html Zbrka.com: Jelena Jankovic ima novog decka] ] Two of them said that they have been dating since 2008 Summer Olympics. [ [http://www.zbrka.com/zanimljivosti-i-jet-set/vest-jelena-jankovic-ima-novog-decka.html Zbrka.com: Jelena Jankovic ima novog decka] ]
December 5, 2007, Janković has become a UNICEFNational Ambassador for Serbia, for Children's Fund. "I am happy to have become a UNICEF ambassador for Serbia. This is a great honour for me and I will try to justify the role that has been given to me", she said. Janković is the second Serbian tennis star to have volunteered to help promote the rights of children and collect funds for UNICEF after Ana Ivanovicbecame an ambassador in September.
Reeboksportswear and has her own line with them for her tournament wear. Janković also has an endorsement with Prince Sportsand now uses the Prince O3 Speedport Pro White Racquet after formerly using the Prince O3 Red Racquet. She is the face of the Serbian fashion design company "Mona" with her own line of clothing. Janković recently signed up to endorse Aqua Viva Hydroactive Water. Her picture will now appear on the bottles for a limited time.
Grand Slam finals
ingles runner-up (1)
Women's doubles (1)
ingles performance timeline
"To prevent confusion and double counting, information in this table is updated only once a tournament or the player's participation in the tournament has concluded. This table is current through the
2008 Porsche Tennis Grand Prixin Stuttgart, which ended on October 5, 2008."
*1 Won three qualifying matches to reach the main draw.
*2 She lost in the second round of the qualifying tournament.
*3 She lost in the third round of the qualifying tournament.
*4 She lost all three of her matches during the round robin phase of the tournament.
*5 This table includes tournaments that were classified on the WTA Tour as Tier I at the time they were held, regardless of whether those tournaments are still being held or are still classified as Tier I.
*6 Won two qualifying matches to reach the main draw.
*7 She defaulted her third round match, which counts as a walkover but does not count as a loss on her official record.
*8 Her win-loss record includes all matches listed on the [http://www.sonyericssonwtatour.com WTA website] , including challenger and all [http://www.fedcup.com/teams/player.asp?player=35013922 Fed Cup] matches (the WTA website omits her 2008 Fed Cup matches).
WTA Tour career earnings
* * - As of September 28, 2008
Tennis performance timeline comparison (women)
* [http://www.jj-jelenajankovic.com Official site]
* [http://www.unitedathletes.com/english/interviews/jjankovic.html United Athletes Magazine] Interview with Janković (from November 2006).
* [http://www.resultsfromtennis.com/tennis-playerw-jelenajankovic.html Janković statistics]
* [http://muchatvonline.com/search/label/Dementieva_Jankovic Live Info about Jelena Jankovic]
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