The 21 years old Donna Vekic(born on 28 June 1996) is a Croatian professional tennis player. Donna has won two singles titles on WTA tour, double titles on ITF circuit in her career. Her best singles ranking was recorded 57th on 19th of June,2017. Her debut in professional tennis was recorded on September 2012.
Donna recently faced Johanna Konta in Wimbledon 2017 and was defeated. She broke down into tears after the loss. Know the reason.
What made Donna Vekic shed tears?
Donna Vekic faced the British number 1 Johanna Konta in the second round of the Wimbledon 2017. They both had a clash before on Nottingham Open recently 2 weeks ago, the game was interesting, and hopefully, it was in favor of Donna Vekic.
Every day is not Sunday, sadly this time it wasn't that easy for the Croatian international. She was knocked out of the tournament after her loss with Johanna Konta in an exciting match of 7-6 (4), 4-6, 10-8.
It was a heartbreaking loss for her, which led her to shed her tears. Winning a Wimbledon is the dream of every tennis player, and not everyone's dream comes true. As we know that Failure is the pillar of success, let us hope that she will come stronger and confident in coming days and make her dreams come true.
Donna's Earnings, Net worth, and Endorsements
When it comes to celebrities, their followers are curious to know more about them, her career earning from 2012 to 2017 is estimated to be $1,375,843, her market value price is estimated $20,606,530. Her net worth is estimated to be 2.5 million dollars. She is just 21 years old and still has her entire career for earning. We can surely assume that her net worth will rise by huge in coming days.
Know about Donna's Career and Achievements.
Donna Vekic is a Croatian international professional tennis player who was born on 28 June 1996. Donna's current world ranking is 57th, which is recorded as her best rank till now. She is also a member of the Croatia Fed Cup team. She played three rubbers at the tournament, helping her country to a 2–0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2012.
Donna made her first appearance on WTA Tour final at the 2012 Tashkent Open; it was her first major draw appearance at a WTA tournament. She was the youngest player in 6 years to make it into a WTA final. However, she faced a defeat against Irina-Camelia Begu in straight sets.After all the ups and downs, Donna won the 2016 Nottingham's Open.