Stefani Stojic

  • Age29
  • Born15 February 1995
  • LivesSt Albans, Victoria
  • Height168 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachMilenko Stojic

On court

  • Began playing tennis aged seven, as there was a club near her home.
  • Joined an accelerated learning and development program, aged eight.
  • Claimed her maiden ITF Junior titles, winning the Sydney International singles and doubles in 2010.
  • Captured the NSW Junior ITF International singles and doubles in 2010.
  • Favourite surface is hard court.
  • Strengths are her crosscourt backhand and drop shot.
  • Tennis hero is Spaniard Rafael Nadal.
  • Dreams include representing Australia at Federation Cup, winning a Grand Slam and making the world’s top 10.

Off court

  • Hobbies include shopping, horse riding and spending time with friends.
  • Her father, Milenko, is a tennis coach and former soccer player, her mother, Vesna, is a GP, and she has a brother, Stefan.

Year-end singles ranking history

2013 NA
2012 NA
2011 NA






Stefani Stojic in the news

Andrinopoulos and Horton qualify for 18s
Annabelle Andrinopoulos, December Showdown, 2012. EMILY MOGIC
3 December, 2012

Annabelle Andrinopoulos’ run of form in the Optus18s Australian Championships qualifying event has continued after securing entry into the main singles draw.
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Juniors on day 9 of Australian Open
Joey Swaysland serves during his second match match at the 2011 Australian Open juniors' tournament.
25 January, 2011

Aussies are in action today at the 2011 Australian Open Juniors tournament.
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Aussies cruise through to third round
Luke Saville players a backhand at Australian Open 2011 Junior Boys' Championships.
25 January, 2011

Luke Saville, Nick Kyrgios and Andrew Whittington have all won their second round matches at the Australian Open 2011 Junior Boys’ singles Championships today. UPDATED.
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Wejnert a winner on day one of Optus 18s
6 December, 2010

There was sun, searing forehands and school groups aplenty on the first day of the Optus 18s Australian Girls Singles Championships, with most of the seeds winning their…
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