In the 1999 Wimbledon Championships the 16-year-old Dokic achieved one of the biggest upsets in tennis history, beating Martina Hingis 6–2, 6–0. Dokic rapidly ascended through the world rankings after her Wimbledon breakthrough, but her time in the world elite was beset by off-court struggles.Her relationship with her outspoken father and coach Damir, on whose advice she switched allegiance to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 2000, was the subject of much media speculation.Moving towards the assets earned by Elena, no proper information related to her house, cars, and other belongings are revealed in the media.
Later she enrolled to Spartak Tennis Club, where she was toughed and coached by Rauza Islanova.
After some time, when she reached 11, Elena moved to the Central Red Army Club where she received coaching from her mother and elder brother.
Elena has not only limited herself in making money from her games but has also played for charity works.
Back on 17, September 2011 Russian tennis stars Vera Zvonareva and Elena Dementieva conducted a charity match-auction to collect money and raise public attention to the children with the Rett's syndrome.
She switched back to Australia in 2005, and would later accuse her father of physical and mental abuse in her 2017 autobiography.
She made a serious return to tennis in 2008 and finished 2009 back in the world top 100, but thereafter struggled badly with form and injuries, and ceased playing professionally in 2014.
However, on her Twitter account, she has tweeted for only 6 times and has been successful in gathering over 39 followers so far.
Moving towards her official Facebook fan page, she has got 2,769 followers and 2,804 likes.
The dazzling and pretty player, Elena has an Australian Open record of reaching the semi-finals (2009 Australian Open - Women's Singles).
Similarly, she has also got others records like French Open junior record of (2004 French Open - Women's Singles); a Wimbledon junior record of reaching the semi-finals (2008 Wimbledon Championships - Women's Singles; 2009 Wimbledon Championships - Women's Singles).
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