Vojislava Lukic

Vojislava Lukić born on 31 March 1987 is a professional Serbian tennis player. Born and raised in Subotica, she achieved her highest career ranking as world number 203 in singles on 20 August 2007, and world number 223 in doubles on 8 October 2007.

As of 27 December 2012, Lukić is ranked world number 488 in singles. Lukić has so far won six ITF titles in singles and three in doubles. She also played for Serbia Fed Cup team in 2007, alongside Jelena Janković, Ana Jovanović and Ana Timotić.

Due to her return to amateur status, Lukić met the playing criteria of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and began playing for the women’s tennis team of the Barry University. However, she left the team shortly after and resumed her professional career after three years. Lukić qualified for the ITF tournament in Sumter, South Carolina, but lost in the second round of the main draw.

Following a first–round loss at the ITF event in El Paso, Texas, she won the tournament in Bethany Beach, Delaware, by defeating Sanaz Marand 6–2, 7–5. At the ITF event in Williamsburg, Virginia, Lukić won her sixth career title by beating Caroline Doyle 6–1, 6–3.

In early 2009, Lukić did a cover spread for the February 2009 issue of the FHM magazine in Serbia.During her temporary retirement, it was speculated that Lukić had her eyes on acting career and that she was aided by former Hollywood star Don Johnson.

During her retirement, from 2008 to 2012, Lukić worked as a presenter of Total Tennis, a tennis–related television programme airing on the Radio Television of Serbia, and founded her own tennis school for girls.

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