NY Times: Konjuh Shows Promise

Ana Konjuh had a memorable Wimbledon fortnight, and more of the same can be expected of the teen in the future.

Published June 28, 2014 12:11

NY Times: Konjuh Shows Promise
Ana Konjuh

Before falling to Caroline Wozniacki on Friday, 16-year-old Croat Ana Konjuh became the youngest player to reach the third round of Wimbledon since Jelena Dokic in 1999.

Konjuh's big serve and determination were on display throughout her three qualifying wins and two main draw wins at the All-England Club.

Read more about Konjuh's past and possible future on the New York Times website.

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