Ilija Bozoljac

High performance coach

Ilija Bozoljac, a former Serbian professional tennis player, reached his career-best rankings of 101st in the ATP singles category and 99th in the ATP doubles category, achieved in 2007 and 2016 respectively. Bozoljac made a significant contribution to the Davis Cup team of Serbia, winning 7 out of 13 matches he played for the team. He was a vital part of the 2010 Davis Cup team which won the championship. Unfortunately, due to several health setbacks, he couldn’t climb further in the rankings. Bozoljac started his professional tennis career in 2002 and won 4 challenger tournaments in the singles category and 15 challenger tournaments in the doubles category. He also worked as a coach with several players including Andrea Petkovic, Jelena Jankovic, and Damir Dzumhur. Known for his strong serve and the unconventional two-handed forehand, Bozoljac made a significant impact in the world of tennis.