On September 3, 2022, Ajla Tomljanovic ended Serena Williams' career by playing one of her best matches at the US Open on Arthur Ashe Stadium. The Australian tennis player closed the match with a score of 7-5, (4) 6-7, 6-1 and showed that she can compete at high levels even in Grand Slam tournaments.
Last year, thanks to some important victories, Tomljanovic reached the quarterfinals of both the US Open and Wimbledon. On the lawns of the All England Club she had to surrender to Elena Rybakina, who would later win her first Major, while in Flushing Meadows she was stopped by Ons Jabeur.
Her Instagram profile has over 260,000 followers. The beautiful Australian tennis player often shares private moments, between travel, events and relaxation. She recently attended the Miami F1 Grand Prix and, of course, photos and videos of her from her day trackside couldn't be missing.
Tomljanovic appeared on an Instagram story with a breathtaking outfit. She wore a cut-out style dress that leaves her hips bare, as well as her plunging neckline. Here's the picture:
Ajla Tomljanovic explains why tennis can feel lonely
In an exclusive interview with Tennis Magazin, the tennis player talked about her origins and the world of tennis: "I was born in Croatia.
My parents are Croatian, we have that joy of having lived there, that fighting spirit. We love to joke. In this sense it is a people similar to the Australian one, they understand fun and know how to joke with others. Australians are always in a good mood, love to party, are outgoing, friendly and very open minded.
The food is amazing, I love breakfast with coffee. The Australian lifestyle suits me more, even though I live in Florida right now. Traveling around the Tour? My father, whenever he can, tries to travel with me. My mother is quite busy this season, so she can't be around much.
In this sport there are many moments where you feel alone. I wish there were more emotions in tennis, more space to express yourself. In recent years tennis has become very serious, I understand that it is a gentleman's sport.
However, I think it would be nice to have the possibility to show our emotions during matches without having to be fined."