Is Jelena Dokic Married? His Bio, Age, Husband, Mother, Net worth, Nationality and Wiki

Is Jelena Dokic married? No, she isn’t. Her marital status as ‘unmarried’ means that Dokic has no one in her life to whom she may introduce as her husband. However, she is in a long-term relationship with Tin Bikic since 2004. Before him, she has been in the relationship with Enrique Bernoldi for over a year in the early 2000s. Dokic’s partner Tin Bikic is Brazilian by nationality. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Dokic:

 

 

Who is Jelena Dokic?

Dokic was born on 12 April 1983, which makes her age be 37 years old as of 2020. By profession, she is working as an Australian tennis coach and is a former player as well. In addition to that, she is also noted for her contribution as a commentator and writer. During her playing career, she has ranked world’s no. 4 in 2002 and has earned WTA Tour events on all surfaces. In 2014, she ceased playing professionally after going through bad injuries.

 

Early Life and Education

Jelena Dokić was born in 1983 and her place of birth is in Osijek, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia. Talking about her parents, she was born to parents named Damir Dokić (father) and Ljiljana Podnar (mother). Her father is a Serbian whereas her mother was from Croatian nationality.

Talking more about her family, she has a brother named Savo who is younger to her by eight years. She grew up in Osijek until June 1991 and then the family decided to move from there because of political wars and instability. After that, the family settled in Sombor, Serbia and then they moved to Australia in 1994. The family settled in Fairfield where Jelena went to Fairfield High School.

 

 

Career and Professional Life

Jelena appeared into the limelight in 1998 after becoming the winner of the US Open girls singles title. With Kim Clijsters, she became the winner of the French Open doubles. She became the scholarship holder of the Australian Institute of Sport.

She teamed up with Mark Philippoussis and together they turned as the winner of the Hopman Cup title. She made her professional breakthrough at Wimbledon. She was ranked No. 129 but defeated world No. 1 Hingis 6–2, 6–0 causing one of the biggest upsets in the entire tennis history. Another giant success came in her hand when she and Amanda Coetzer reached WTA doubles final which was held in Tokyo, Japan.

She finished the year 1999 at the ranking of world No. 43 with a total of 298 spots. In 2000, Jelena finished the year receiving the ranking of world No. 26. The following year, she finished at world no. 8 and was also declared as the athlete of the year by the Yugoslav Olympic Committee as she played for Yugoslavia.

Before the first Grandslam Event, she went to compete for the Australian Open warm-up tournaments where she lost to Ana Ivanovic in the first round at the Brisbane International by three sets 5–7, 6–1, 3–6. After that, she went to play the Hobart International and there Jelena beat Elena Baltacha but lost against Israeli player Shahar Pe’er. In the first round of the Australian Open, she was defeated by 27th seed Alisa Kleybanova 6–1, 7–5 which reduced her ranking to world No. 96.

Because of her mysterious illness, she has to withdraw from the Malaysian Open and Pattaya Open (Thailand). Because of her injury, she had to decline an offer of the wildcard into the 2010 Sony Ericsson Open which was held in Miami. In 2010, she finished the year with the ranking of world No. 138.

After retirement from the playing career, Dokic was hired as a coach immediately by Tennis Australia. In 2014, she served as the writer for the Australian Tennis Magazine. She was seen as the commentator for Fox Sports at the Australian Open in January 2017. The same year, she published an autobiography named Unbreakable. There, she has discussed her career and also about the mental and physical abuse by her father. The release date of the book is on 13 November 2017 and was commercially proven to be successful in entering the Australian book charts at the top.

 

 

Personal Life

Moving to her personal life, Australian coach Jelena isn’t married yet. She is quiet regarding her personal facts but she has discussed some of her major life stories in her book which will soon be available in Europe. Since 2004, she has been dating Brazilian Tin Bikic who could be her future husband. As per some wiki sites, Jelena has also dated Enrique Bernoldi.

 

Body Measurements

Jelena Dokic has a perfect height of 5 feet and 9 inches and has maintained her weight to 60 kilograms. Jelena’s bra size is said to be 34D and her shoe/feet size is 10 as per the United States measurement. For being a sportsperson and coach, she knows the importance and need of fitness, diet and nutritional plan.

 

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Morning workout done!! How do I start my day and what is my morning routine? What I do in the morning and how I start my day has a huge effect on how the rest of the day turns out and I how I feel. I have always been a morning person.Even when I was playing competitive tennis I used to love to train early and do a lot of the work in the first part of the day. That changed a bit when I stopped playing tennis professionally and I lost that routine and the habit of training especially in the mornings. And now I have rediscovered that feeling,motivation and routine.I am back and training 6 days a week and even though I do two workouts on most days,working out in the morning is my favourite and I feel so amazing after it.Sometimes when I know I have a busy day and not a lot of time,I still make sure I do that morning workout and then I don’t have to worry if I will have time or not to do it later. You don’t have to do a lot,30 minutes is plenty and even just a walk will do the trick. You will have more energy,better mood,you feel like you accomplished something already and the day hasn’t even started yet,you have more confidence and what I found as well is it makes me eat healthier too. I know it’s tough to wake up early in the morning but trust me it is so worth it and after a while you will get used to it and the energy,great vibes and the adrenaline that you get from a morning workout will become addictive and you will be getting up early for a morning workout with a passion. Give it a go,give it time and don’t give up.It will become a routine and you will love it. It’s my ‘me time’ and nothing can disrupt that. It has changed my fitness and lifestyle routine. Hope you all get a bit of inspiration and motivation from this and let’s workout together and be healthy and happy together. ?????‍♀️?‍♀️?‍♀️?‍♂️?‍♂️?️‍♀️?️‍♀️ #fitness #fitnessmotivation #healthy #health #healthylifestyle #healthylife #healthyliving #vibes #goodvibes #mood #morning #workout #mornings #exercise #morningworkout #routine #inspiration #motivation #inspire #inspo #fitspo #melbourne #australia #fitnesslife #transformation #trusttheprocess #getfit #gettingfit #loveit #instafitness

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Salary and Net worth

Jelena Dokic has an estimated net worth of 5 million USD. Although she has already retired from her professional playing career, she is still making a handsome figure of income from her role as coach, commentator and a writer.

 

Wiki and Facts

The biography of Jelena Dokic is prepared by most of the demanded wiki sites including Wikipedia. She is active on Instagram @dokic_jelena and on Twitter @dokic_jelena.

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