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Croatian-born Ajla Tomljanovich has taken over as Australia’s best women’s tennis player following the sudden retirement of Ash Barti earlier this year, but will she be ready to enter the sport soon?

Finally, Tomljanovich, who has been playing consistent tennis for the past 12-18 months, recently continued her Wimbledon success and reached the quarter-finals of the English club for the second year in a row.

Beaten 4-6 6-4 6-3, beating French patriot Alice Cornet 4-6 6-4 6-3, became the 44th Australian woman to finish eighth in Wimbledon in consecutive years after Jelna Docich in 1997-2000.

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Australia’s unbeaten fourth-round victory over Cornet last season saw them beat world number one Ega Switek.

Emotional Tomljanovich told London fans after the victory that she was grateful for another chance to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament and will face Kazakhstan’s 17th seed Elena Ribakina.

“After some difficult times earlier this year, I thought to myself that I would have another chance (to play in the quarter-finals) and I couldn’t believe I was in the same place a year later.” She said.

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Osi, 29, is hoping to use her experience with her countryman and former world number one Bart to reach the semi-finals of the Grand Slam. Champion for the first time in her career.

“It was a shocking thing for me last year, the way it all happened – it was so fast. I played an unbelievable tennis player,” said Tosmanovich, who lost 6-1, 6-3 to Bartie.

“For her, being in the middle of the square was like being in her backyard. It was a great opportunity for me. I think I’m in a different place right now, for sure.

“Of course Elena is a very good player – no one in the quarter is doing well – but it’s definitely a little different for me.

“I think I have a better shot.”

Tomljanovich says that her attitude so far has strengthened her confidence that she will be at the top of the sport.

Following the fourth round victory, she said, “I don’t know what my appearance will look like. I knew I could do good tennis, but I feel very good about it.”

“(This) proves that, you know, maybe I can be here.

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Perhaps Ajla was more impressive than Wimbledon in the quarter-finals, with the quality of the opponents she won.

Tomljanovich won two or three consecutive races in the last eight last year, but before losing directly to the main race, she did not meet any races and eventually Wimbledon champion Barti.

This campaign, however, came after the last two matches of the Oscars, and the 18th and 13th seed reached the quarter-finals with the above-mentioned Cornet.

It is no coincidence that Croatian-Australian tennis star has struggled with the ups and downs of his career so far.

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“I’ve played a lot of great players in my career and I always feel like I can win but it doesn’t matter as long as you do,” she said.

Tolljanovich suffered a serious shoulder injury in early 2016, which saw her return to the top 50 in 2014 and looking to continue to climb the ladder, leading to a long way to the end of the season.

After undergoing extensive surgery and surgery on her injured shoulder, Ajla completed both the 2018 and 2019 seasons in the top 50, with combined results returning to the top 50 in 2020.

In her first quarter-final appearance at Wimbledon last year, Tolljanovich finished 38th in the women’s singles rankings at the end of February this year.

Alja will continue to thrive and continue her career as a world-class player by beating Ribakina in the quarter-finals tonight.

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