As Ana prepares for the new season we look back on the statistics that helped define her 2013 season:
- 4 – Wins scored over higher-ranked players, beating Angelique Kerber twice (in Madrid & Fed Cup vs Germany), Nadia Petrova (Stuttgart) and Roberta Vinci (Carlsbad).
- 4 - Opening round losses (against Ayumi Morita, Ursula Radwanska, Elena Vesnina and Alize Cornet), all of them in three sets
- 4 - Number of events in which Ana reached the semi-final, the highest since 2010
- 5 - Match points held over Alize Cornet in Cincinnati, before eventually losing the match in three sets
- 6 - Matches lost after winning the opening set. Conversely, she produced a comeback herself four times after dropping set one
- 8 - Sets won without losing a game. She achieved a perfect scoreline once, beating Marta Sirotkina 6-0, 6-0 in the first round in Monterrey
- 9 - Number of tournaments in which Ana improved or equalled her 2012 result
- 15 - Tiebreaks played, holding a 7-8 win-loss record
- 16 - Ana’s year-end ranking, dropping 3 spots compared to last year
- 23 – Number of three setters Ana has contested (W-L 9-14)
- 32 - Straight sets wins. She lost in two sets 10 times
- 42 - Minutes Ana was on-court during her quickest victory this season, as Simona Halep retired injured after losing the first set in Doha.
- 73 - Ana’s win-loss percentage on clay, including two victories for the Serbian Fed Cup team during the tie in Stuttgart against Germany.
- 222 – Aces, ending in fifth place of all WTA players
- 1284 - Total of games played during the season. Ana played 17 more service than return games and she won 56 per cent of them
- 85735,30 - Kilometres (or 53273,78 mi): distance travelled between tournaments. That’s more than twice around the world
By Joeri Moerman