Andjela Djokovic
Andjela  Djokovic

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brisbane, Australia

High School:
Queensland Acad. of Science, Maths & Tech.

Height:
5-4

Birthdate:
08/01/1996

07/22/2016

WTEN Receives ITA Academic Honors

Four Boilermakers tabbed ITA Scholar-Athletes

07/12/2016

ITA Summer Circuit Success

Andjela Djokovic and incoming freshman Caitlin Calkins won titles

06/01/2016

87 Boilers Named Academic All-B1G

Purdue finished with 212 all-academic picks in 2015-16

04/29/2016

Tracking the Boilermakers

News and notes on Purdue Athletics

04/22/2016

Tracking the Boilermakers

News and notes on Purdue Athletics

2015-16
Awards & Honors
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award
• ITA Scholar-Athlete

Season Notes
• Started in all 25 dual matches at both singles and doubles ... began the spring season winning four consecutive straight-set matches at the No. 2 position ... also played singles at Nos. 1 and 3
• Paired with Nicole Robinson, the two upset No. 12 Mira Ruder-Hook and Breinne Minor of Michigan, and No. 25 Alex Chatt and Maddie Lipp of Northwestern ... was highest ranked opponent beaten by either player in their respective careers
• Djokovic and Robinson debuted on Oracle/ITA doubles rankings at No. 60 on April 5 after upsetting the Michigan duo ... were ranked as high as No. 46 ... finished the season listed No. 52
• Duo registered the most Big Ten dual wins with six ... posted a record of 14-9 together through fall and spring campaign ... twice strung together three straight wins in Big Ten play
• Also played alongside Marta Ruedas-Burgos, winning six matches at No. 2
• Competed in three fall tournaments in both singles and doubles ... in doubles, won a team-high six matches paired with Robinson

2014-15
Awards & Honors
• Academic All-Big Ten
• ITA Scholar-Athlete

Season Notes
• Opened sophomore campaign with 11 straight singles wins (Sept. 26-Nov. 1), marking the team’s longest winning streak of the season ... defeated No. 46 Stephanie Vlad of Arizona State in straight sets at the June Stewart Invitational (10/10)
• Earned first national singles ranking of career, checking in at No. 105 on Jan. 6
• Appeared in the singles lineup in 16 of 25 dual matches, seeing action at Nos. 4, 5 and 6
• Teamed up with Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum, Nicole Robinson, Deborah Suarez, Daniela Vidal and Lynda Xepoleas throughout the season for career high 15 combined doubles wins
• Credited with securing the doubles point in two Big Ten duals while playing at No. 2 with Vidal
• Competed in four fall tournaments

2013-14
Awards & Honors
• Big Ten Women’s Tennis Player of the Week (3/4)
• Most Improved Player
• Purdue’s Big Ten Women’s Tennis Sportsmanship Award recipient

Season Notes
• Defeated No. 97 Maddie Lipp of Northwestern 6-3, 6-2 (3/1) in first meeting against a ranked opponent
• Her and Mara Schmidt defeated No. 17 Emina Bektas and Brooke Bolender of Michigan 8-3 in Big Ten tournament (4/26) ... tandem appeared in ITA doubles rankings at No. 72 (5/1)
• Won eight out of 10 singles matches to begin the season
• Won six straight singles matches from March 30 to April 19
• Won eight singles matches in straight sets
• Competed in four fall tournaments

BEFORE PURDUE
• Took top honors in doubles at 2013 Tennyson Classic
• Finished second at 2013 Queensland Junior Winter International Tournament and 2013 Horizon Accounting Toowoomba 83rd Eastern Gold Cup AMT
• Captured singles and doubles titles at 2012 Solinco George Alder AMT
• Won 2012 State Secondary School Championships and didn’t drop a single team match at nationals at No. 1 singles or No. 1 doubles
• Placed first in U16 GS at 2012 UQ Age Junior Championship
• Won 2011 U18 GS Rod Laver QLD Junior Championships title
• Member of the New Zealand Junior Fed Cup team
• Was ranked 68th in Australia

PERSONAL
• Major: Biochemistry
• Birthday: August 1, 1996
• City Born: Belgrade, Serbia
• Parents: Nenad and Radmila Djokovic
• Siblings: Younger sister, Lana

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