Vojislava Lukic is a retired Serbian tennis player, who achieved her highest WTA rankings as world No 203 in singles on 20 August 2007, and No 223 in doubles on 8 October 2007. Her career record is 206–114 (W-L) and won 8 ITF titles in singles and 5 in doubles.
Vojislava Lukic was born on and raised in Subotica. She started playing tennis at age of eight and was coached by Eduard Pana. She is a former European U–14 champion and world No 8 in junior concurrence. One of her greatest junior achievements was the quarterfinals of the 2004 Wimbledon Championships.
Vojislava Lukic also played for the Serbia Fed Cup team in 2007, alongside Jelena Jankovic, Ana Jovanovic, and Ana Timotic.
In 2008, after an ITF tournament in Alphen aan den Rijn, Vojislava Lukic temporarily withdrew from professional tennis. Although she played doubles at the ITF tournament in Dubai in 2009 partnering with Bojana Jovanovski, she did not make a full comeback until 2012. In the meantime, Vojislava Lukic founded her own tennis school for girls and worked as a television presenter and model.
In summer 2014, Vojislava Lukic made a comeback after nearly a two-year absence, playing in the tournament in Sharm El Sheikh where she lost her first-round match to eventual finalist Jan Abaza 2–6, 1–6. After some finals and one title, she decided to retire and start her coaching career.
In 2016, after her retirement from tennis, Lukić has been named National Coach of the British Virgin Islands.