She then played the qualification for Wimbledon but lost in the second round to Julie Ditty in three sets, after committing 24 double faults, including five in the fifth game of the final set. Dokic then withdrew from an ITF 100,000 tournament in Cuneo, Italy, with a wrist injury. The following week she withdrew from another one in Biarritz, France. She competed at an ITF 50,000 tournament in Contrexéville, France winning the singles 4–6, 6–3, 6–1 over Olivia Sanchez, thus claiming her first title in 2010. Partnering with Sharon Fichman, she lost in the doubles finals. She then won her second straight title, in Bucharest, Romania, at the ITF 75,000 Ruxandra Dragomir Open defeating Zuzana Ondrášková 3–6, 6–1, 7–6 in the final. With this win, Dokic was back in the top 100, ranked 96. The next week, she participated at an ITF 75,000 tournament in Vancouver, where she won her third straight title after defeating Virginie Razzano 6–1, 6–4 in the final, capping a 15-match winning streak. Dokic has the most $50,000 or more ITF titles in the ITF Women's Circuit.