Danka Kovinic is a professional tennis player from Montenegro. Also a member of the Montenegro Fed Cup team, she peaked her career-high singles ranking of World No. 46 on 22nd February 2016 and ranked No. 67 in double rankings on 20th June 2016.
Cetinje, Montenegro, FR Yugoslavia native, Danka Kovinic was born on 18th November 1994, under the star sign Scorpio. She is the daughter of Snjezana and Radenko. Her mother is a kindergarten teacher while her father owns a cafe/bar. Besides, she has two brothers Aleska and Luka. The twenty-six years old Montenegrin nationality. She stands 1.69 m (5 ft 7 in) tall.
With a career earning of $1,938,591 the right-handed (two-handed backhand), Danka Kovinic is ranked #257 in the list of WTA Career Prize Money Leaders where Serena William hits the first position.
Outside the court, the tennis players earn from sponsorships and endorsements. She is currently sponsored by Lotto both clothing and shoe. As of 2021, her net worth is approximately $1 million.
It's been a decade since Danka Kovinic is in the spotlight and always surrounded by the paparazzi. But this tennis player has always managed her personal life behind the camera, but it does not count the exotic vacation life she shares on her Instagram.
Do you really think this hottie has been to those romantic destinations alone? However, there is no information about her past or present affair/boyfriend. For now, she is assumed to be single.
Started tennis at the age of seven, Kovinic turned professional in 2010. She made her WTA Tour singles tournament debut at the 2013 Budapest Grand Prix, becoming the first Montenegrin to reach the quarterfinals of a WTA event.
In 2015 at Frenc Open and the US Open she had her first singles Grand Slam match wins as well as reached the first singles WTA Tour final at the Tianjin Open. At the 2015 Bad Gastein, she won her career first WTA doubles pairing up with Stephanie Vogt.
In 2016, she won one singles title on ITF Circuit and also reached the second consecutive Top 100 season. The following season, she reached the 2nd round including the Australian Open.
She started the 2021 season competing at the Australian tout at the Gippsland Trophy where she won against Tamara Zidansket. In the next round, she lost to Jelena Ostapenko.
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