Jelena jankovic dating
She later said this run caused her to consider quitting tennis.Janković ended her losing streak by beating world no.Competing in the fourth round of a Grand Slam event for the first time, she lost to ninth-seeded Anastasia Myskina. 2 Justine Henin in three sets, after Janković had led 6–4, 4–2.In August, Janković reached her fifth career final and first of the year at the JPMorgan Chase Open in Los Angeles, defeating Serena Williams (ranked world no. 7 and former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in the fourth round, and world no. 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 continued her strong form in the aftermath of the US Open.In October 2003, Janković entered the top 100 at no.90 for the first time, after winning her first ITF title in Dubai. In March, at Dubai, she advanced to the final following Serena Williams's retirement in the semifinal.Jankovic's laughter and Murray's cheeky grin were evidence of a clear chemistry between the two, even if their relationship, despite the nudge-nudge, wink-wink tone of some of the media coverage, never went further than a friendship between two kindred spirits. There was a story about me dating some basketball player. "In the first two years I've studied a lot of different subjects and now I have to decide what I want to major in," she said.
At 12 she went to Nick Bollettieri's academy in Florida, where she was a contemporary of Maria Sharapova.
In June, she reached her first grass-court final at Birmingham, but lost to Maria Sharapova.
In October, Janković reached her third final of the year in Seoul, ranked no.
Jelena Jankovic thoroughly enjoyed her mixed doubles success with Jamie Murray at the All England Club last year even if, as she told Paul Newman, it gave a rather misleading impression about her love life Jelena Jankovic will miss the fun she had in winning Wimbledon's mixed doubles title with Jamie Murray last year, but her decision to concentrate on singles when the championships begin next week will have one major bonus. "My boyfriend and I have been together for two and a half years. I like having that support and when you've finished your tennis obligations it's important to be a regular, normal girl and enjoy your life. "He sometimes comes to tournaments, but he has his own life. That's why we were very relaxed on the court and I think that's why we played good tennis together. "I had some problems with my leg during the tournament and when I got to the fourth round I was starting to think that I might have to pull out of the mixed because it was bothering me.
There will be no more tricky conversations with her boyfriend back home in Belgrade. He can't just leave his work and come and travel with me whenever he wants. I only knew about Andy." Murray's agent subsequently asked her if she would like to play mixed doubles with him at Wimbledon. You're making a bad choice.' But he insisted he wanted to play with me and so I agreed. If somebody had told me before that we were going to win the title I would never have believed them. We had so much fun." As they progressed Jankovic started promising Murray kisses as a means of motivating him. But then I got knocked out of the singles, Jamie and I kept winning and before I knew it we were in the final and ended up holding the trophy. "At the same time there were all these rumours going round I had a soft spot for him. This whole story has developed around us and it isn't true'.
Janković's career highlights include winning the 2007 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles title with Jamie Murray, the 2010 Indian Wells Masters,. She is a student at the Megatrend University in Belgrade, studying economics.