|Tournament Entry Ranking||323|
|Highest Singles Ranking||49, July 2008|
|Career Singles Titles||0|
Last year was another battle for Erakovic where she battled numerous injuries and played less events than needed to improve her ranking back towards the top 100.
Singles wins were few and far between with her best results being a third round at the WTA event at Birmingham and a semifinal at the US$50,000 tournament at Sgueney, Canada.
She was beaten first round at the ASB Classic by Alize Cornet and by Li Na in the first round of the Australian Open.
However there was some success for Erakovic in doubles. Together with Tamarine Tanasugarn they won the WTA event at Pattaya and then teamed together to make the final of a US$100,000 tournament in Johannesburg.
She made the doubles final at the WTA tournament at Portoroz with Anna Chakvetadze and with Ana Panova at the US$50,000 event at Fukuoka.
Previously in 2009 she had started the year well at the ASB Classic by winning in the first round, however, she was then defeated by world no4 and the eventual tournament winner, Elena Dementieva.
There was a second round effort at the Australian Open and a quarterfinals finish at Memphis. However, from the end of March until October, there were no tournaments played as a result of a left hip injury.
In 2008 at the ASB Classic she won through to the semifinals with the highlight being a win over top seed and then world No22 Vera Zvonareva in three sets in the quarters before being stopped by hard-hitting Frenchwoman, Aravane Rezai.
As a highly-regarded junior, Erakovic won the junior doubles title at the US Open with Michaella Krajicek in 2004, as well as at the Australian Open with Victoria Azarenka in 2005.
She was a junior Wimbledon doubles finalist (with Monica Niculescu) in 2004 and 2005 and reached the singles quarterfinals at the US Open in 2004/05 and at the 2005 Australian Open.