Jelena Dokic is a former tennis player, TV commentator, mental health advocate – and now fashion ambassador.

The 39-year-old is featured in a new video for iconic Aussie retailer Witchery, a brand she has been spotted wearing at several recent events.

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Dokic was interviewed as part of the Witchery Style Collective about her tennis career and her post-sport career.

“Meet Jelena Dokic,” Witchery announced in an Instagram post on Thursday.

“As a tennis prodigy and as an adult, she shines just as bright.

“Post an incredibly successful tennis career, Jelena goes from strength to strength.

“Behind the scenes, she’s faced many battles off-court coming out the other side, even stronger.

Jelena Dokic for Witchery. Credit: Instagram/Jelena Dokic, Witchery

“As part of our Style Collective series, we had the privilege of chatting to the tennis legend, commentator and best-selling author about finding her strength, speaking up for the next generation and being unstoppable.”

Dokic had teased a collaboration on Wednesday, posting behind- the-scenes images to her Instagram account.

In one photo she is having her makeup done, and in another she shows a laptop with an image of her during the interview.

Jelena Dokic getting her makeup done, and sharing some snaps from the shoot. Credit: Instagram/Jelena Dokic

In one photo shared to the Witchery website, Dokic looks stunning in a dark green ribbed dress, matching tailored jacket and black leather boots.

In another picture, she smiles as she wears a black top and tailored white jacket, while another photo sees her in a short-sleeved black button-up dress.

The collaboration wowed fans of both Dokic and Witchery, flocking to Instagram to approve of the brand’s choice of ambassador.

“Such a beautiful, inspiring woman!” one person wrote.

“What a fantastic brand ambassador! She’s such an inspiration,” said another.

“Wonderful collaboration with an amazing woman. Well done,” wrote a third.

Dokic has posted several photos of herself at events in the past wearing Witchery outfits.

A recent photo of Jelena Dokic wearing Witchery at an event. Credit: Instagram/Jelena Dokic

In one photo she paired the dark green ribbed dress with a camel coloured jacket, matching pumps and a white handbag for a speaking event at a Perth retreat.

“Absolutely stunning,” one fan wrote.

“Great colour combination … loving this look on you, very elegant,” enthused another.

“You are beautiful, great to see your stunning smile.”

In another, Dokic wore the green ribbed dress with a dark blazer to the AIME (Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event) in Melbourne.

Fans praised Jelena Dokic’s stylish new look. Credit: Instagram/Jelena Dokic

Fans have praised her elegant new look.

“Beautiful and classy as always,” one person wrote. “Sensational look.”

“You are beautiful inside and out, Jelena!” wrote another.

“Always dressed so elegantly,” a third said.

“What a fantastic Australian role model you are,” one follower added.

“You’re on fire. Thank you for being the amazing person you are.”

Jelena Dokic at the AIME 2023 event in Melbourne. Credit: Instagram/Jelena Dokic

Dokic regularly speaks out about body shaming, online trolling, domestic violence and abuse.

During the recent Australian Open, she called out trolls, sharing some of the abusive messages she had received.

Her honesty has gained her even more fans as she exposes the dark side of social media and being in the public eye.

Recently speaking on the program Q+A, Dokic said she had been trolled “on everything”.

Dokic told the show that “lives were at stake” because of the lack of consequences for those who create “damage” on social media.

Jelena Dokic fought back tears on Q+A. Credit: ABC

“You do get a bit of this hate, and you get trolling, and I’ve had it on everything, from a mental health perspective to body shaming to abuse as well,” she said.

“I consider myself to be pretty strong and I’ve got pretty thick skin.

“But to actually read some of those things like, ‘Are you going to try and kill yourself again?’ with a laughing emoji, which is what happened this year.

“I’m not the only one who gets it, and it’s been something that I’ve been so passionate about.”

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Tennis champion Jelena Dokic calls out abusive trolls.

Tennis champion Jelena Dokic calls out abusive trolls.