Ask about Jelena Dokic
Key Points
  • Jelena Dokic is an Australian former world no. 4 tennis player, commentator and best-selling author.
  • Originally a refugee from Yugoslavia, Jelena shares her struggles of being a refugee, dealing with poverty, racism, bullying, and discrimination.
  • For over 20 years she suffered physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her father (who was also her coach).
  • Author of her bestselling autobiography Unbreakable, a book which details her career and her life.
  • Jelena does commentary and TV work for Channel 9, Fox Sports and Tennis Australia. She also works for multiple radio stations and regularly writes columns in Australian media publications.
  • In 2018, Jelena was awarded the Momentum Most Inspiring Woman of the Year Award.
  • Ingredients for success
  • Resilience and perseverance
  • Empowerment
  • Bullying
  • Mental Health
  • Depression
  • Overcoming the odds
  • The life of a refugee

Jelena’s keynote had a powerful message and very well received by our audience.  She got a standing ovation at the end. Her presentation style suited the material well, and she was very accommodating answering questions from the audience afterwards.
Housing Industry Association

Her presentation was extremely well delivered. She had just the right amount of emotion and she certainly brought the audience along with her on her journey.
Melbourne Cricket Club

Jelena was more than excellent. She has exceeded all our expectations; her speech was so emotional, and inspirational at the same time, that we had guests crying by the end of it. Having Jelena as a keynote speaker was a huge success for the club as we had over 300 guests attend the event. Jelena is a great speaker, great professional, amazing and inspirational person to meet.
Geelong Football Club

Everyone was looking forward to hearing Jelena, and the audience was captivated by her.  Q&A time also gave a wonderful personal insight. 
Run for MI Life Ltd.

Jelena’s story is compelling and she is truly inspirational – the audience loved her.
Coleman Greig Lawyers