Ilija Bozoljac

Ilija Bozoljac

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Ilija Bozoljac (Serbian Cyrillic: Илија Бозољац; ) or Ilia Bozoljac (born August 2, 1985 in Aleksandrovac, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a professional male tennis player from Serbia.

On January 29, 2007, Bozoljac achieved his career-high singles ranking: World No. 101.

Juniors career

Professional career


2006 was arguably Bozoljac's best year. In January, he had his best result at the ATP level in Zagreb, beating #170 Dudi Sela to qualify and then beating #77 Daniele Bracciali and #34 Feliciano López before losing to #81 Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals.


In May, Bozoljac narrowly missed qualifying into the 2008 French Open, losing to #75 Eduardo Schwank in the qualifying round.

In June, Bozoljac entered the main draw of 2008 Wimbledon as a lucky loser, after beating #299 Nick Monroe and #167 Robert Smeets but losing to #201 Stefano Galvani in the qualifying round in 5 sets.


Bozoljac qualified for Wimbledon by winning three matches the previous week. He progressed to the second round, where he was defeated in four tight sets by defending champion Roger Federer. Federer and many commentators alike praised Bozoljac's improvement and sportsmanship.

He was a reserve in the Serbia Davis Cup team when they won the Davis Cup title.

Career Titles

Singles Titles (3-8)


In native Serbia, Bozoljac's prominence stems much more from his eventful love life than from his tennis achievements. He has a reputation as a playboy and...
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