Aleksandar ‘Aleks’ Vukic is an Australian professional tennis player.
Born in Sydney, Aleks enjoyed a decorated college tennis career at the University of Illinois (2015-18) where he was named three-time All-American.
2020 saw Aleks achieve two career firsts – qualifying for his first Grand Slam at the 2020 French Open in addition to making his first ATP Challenger final in Monterrey, Mexico.
After an impressive end to 2021, the right-hander enjoyed a breakout summer in 2022 which has seen him secure three top-50 wins and maiden ATP quarter-final singles and doubles appearances at the Adelaide International.
In 2023, Aleks' game reached new heights as he claimed his second career ATP Challenger title and broke into the top 100 in the ATP Rankings for the first time.
Aleks' remarkable 2023 breakout year continued when he reached his maiden ATP Tour final in Atlanta, followed by a run to the third round of the Canadian Open Masters, which saw him break into the top 50 in the ATP singles rankings.
Aleks is a young Australian tennis player of great talent with a big future ahead of him.
Nicknamed Vuki, Aleks is also a dual-linguist, speaking both English and Serbo-Croatian.
Aleks enjoys playing and supporting both football and basketball when not on the court, and is a big fan of Arsenal (Premier League) and LeBron James (LA Lakers).