What is Danka Kovinic net worth, prize money, salary and brand endorsements

In July 2015 in Bad Gastein, Danka Kovinic and Stephanie Vogt won their first WTA Tour doubles championship.

Danka Kovinic in a file photo. (Image: Twitter)
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Danka Kovinic was born on November 18, 1994, is a professional tennis player from Montenegro. She peaked at No. 67 in the WTA doubles rankings on June 20, 2016, while she had a career-high singles ranking of No. 46 on February 22, 2016, both in 2016. In 2010, Kovinic began competing professionally. She competed in her debut singles WTA Tour event in the 2013 Budapest Grand Prix, where she made history by becoming the first Montenegrin to advance past the round of 16. She won her first significant singles matches at the 2015 US Open and French Open. At the Tianjin Open in October 2015, she made it to her maiden WTA Tour singles final. In April 2014, she played her first doubles match on the WTA Tour in Bogotá. In July 2015 in Bad Gastein, she and Stephanie Vogt won their first WTA Tour doubles championship.

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WTA 500 Final

Danka lost to Lauren Davis in straight sets in the round of 16 at the Abierto Zapopan in Guadalajara, Mexico in March 2021. She sustained a back injury throughout the competition and was forced to withdraw from the Miami Open and Monterrey Open. By defeating third-seeded Petra Kvitová in the round of 16 of the Charleston Open in April, Kovinic advanced to the quarterfinals. Her third triumph over a top-10 player came in this match. She eliminated the 11th seed Yulia Putintseva in the following round to advance to her first WTA 500 semifinal. She then defeated Ons Jabeur, the 12th seed, in straight sets to advance to her third career final, where Veronika Kudermetova defeated her.

Journey 2022

She won in straight sets in qualifying at the Melbourne Summer Set to begin her Australian tour in January before pulling out due to injury in the next round. She was defeated by Maddison Inglis in the opening round at Adelaide, losing in three sets. Her finest Grand Slam performance came at the Australian Open, where she overcame Jang Su-jeong in the first round and then defeated defending US Open champion Emma Raducanu in three sets to go to the third round.  She lost to Simona Halep, the former world No. 1, in the following round. She achieved a first for Montenegro by making it to the third round of a Grand Slam tournament with her outcome. In Indian Wells, Kovinic defeated seventh-seeded Karolna Plková in the second round before falling to Ludmilla Samsonova in the third. In the first round, she defeated Jil Teichmann.

She exacted revenge for her defeat at Indian Wells by defeating 25th seed Ludmilla Samsonova in the opening round at Roland Garros. The world No. 1 and top seed Iga Swiatek defeated her in the third round after she defeated Anna Karolna Schmiedlová in straight sets. At the last minute, Kovinic withdrew from a match against Sonay Kartal in the first round at Wimbledon owing to low back discomfort. Serena Williams defeated Kovinic in the opening round of the US Open, her final competitive match. She defeated Sloane Stephens, Jasmine Paolini, and Océane Dodin in the Emilia-Romagna Open semifinals in October. However, she was defeated by top seed Maria Sakkari in the semifinal match.

Danka Kovinic net worth and prize money 2023

Danka Kovinic, the most well-known tennis player from Montenegro, has an estimated net worth of around $3 million, according to a number of internet publications (Wikipedia, Forbes, Bloomberg). Kovinic has achieved success in the tennis world after competing in a number of international competitions. She has won $2,731,648 in tennis prizes. Her previous bouts have helped her become more well-known in the profession. With plates from various nations, she has competed in and won these contests.

Danka Kovinic brand endorsements 2023

Danka Kovinic has a sponsorship deal with the Italian company Lotto for apparel and footwear. Head has a sponsorship deal with Kovinic for racquets. The Head Boom racket is what she uses.



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