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Day To Remember For Ana Konjuh

25 January 2013 is a day that teenage Croatian tennis star Ana Konjuh will not forget in a hurry. Konjuh (15) today won the Australian Open Junior Grand Slam doubles competition with her Canadian partner Carol Zhao, and also won her semi-final singles match to advance to the final.

Konjuh will tomorrow be playing for the Australian Open Junior title against Katarina Siniakova from the Czech Republic after beating Elizaveta Kulichkova 6:2, 3:6, 6:1.

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