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The winner of the November competition is William Wimpy of Indonesia. He correctly gave "4" as the answer to the question, "How many titles did Ana win in 2014?"
Congratulations to him, he wins an adidas item signed by Ana.
The December competition will be launched soon.
Photo: Manuela Davies / doubleXposure.com
Ana has spoken in glowing terms about the first season of the Coca-Cola International Premier Tennis League Presented by Qatar Airways. Over the past 17 days she competed for the Micromax Indian Aces, capturing the title with eight wins and four defeats from 12 matches.
“It was an unforgettable experience,” said Ana, who own win-loss record was 9-3.
“I love being part of a team and we really bonded. We had great team spirit very early on. We got on so well, and had a lot of fun. I couldn't have asked for better teammates."
The Micromax Indian Aces closed out the inaugural Coca-Cola IPTL season with a 29-15 defeat to the musafir.com U.A.E. Royals. They had already been crowned champions of the IPTL 24 hours previously.
Ana played the first set and beat Kristina Mladenovic 6-5, to end the season with a 2-2 head-to-head record againt he Frenchwoman.
The Micromax Indian Aces sealed the very first Coca-Cola IPTL title by beating the Manila Mavericks 28-23.
The Aces won the first four sets, just as they had yesterday against the DBS Singapore Slammers. Captain Fabrice Santoro got them off to a flying start by inflicting the first defeat of the season upon Australian Mark Philippoussis.
Ana won the fourth set, 6-3, against Kirsten Flipkens, her third victory in succession against the Belgian during the season.
Ana beat Daniela Hantuchova 6-5 as the Micromax Indian Aces moved to within touching distance of the Coca-Cola IPTL title. They beat the DBS Singapore Slammers 28-24 as they won the first four sets of the match.
It is the third time that Ana has defeated Hantuchova during the season: she won 6-0 in Manila and by the same scoreline of 6-5 last week in Delhi.
The Aces sit atop the standings, having accumulated 34 points thanks to seven wins and three defeats, which mirrors Ana's own win-loss record during the season so far.
Ana has arrived in Dubai for the final stop of the Coca-Cola IPTL Presented by Qatar Airways. Her Micromax Indian Aces team sit atop of the standings with 30pts, but are only three points ahead of the U.A.E. Royals and the Manila Mavericks.
On Thursday the Aces take on the Singapore Slammers knowing that victory would put them within touching distance of the title.
Ana fell to a surprise 6-5 defeat to France’s Kristina Mladenovic as the Micromax Indian Aces lost 29-22 to the musafir.com U.A.E. Royals in the Coca-Cola IPTL.
Ana lost the opening set to Mladenovic, whom she beat 6-2 in Singapore last week, before Goran Ivanisevic defeated Aces captain Fabrice Santoro 6-3 in the Legends set.
Sania Mirza and Roger Federer, who yesterday won 6-0, surprisingly lost 6-2 to Mladenovic and Nenad Zimonjic, as the Royals surged into an unassailable lead.
The Aces' only win was a 6-5 victory for Federer and Gael Monfils in the men's doubles.
The Micromax Indian Aces continued their seemingly unstoppable march to the Coca-Cola IPTL title with a 26-16 victory over the DBS Singapore Slammers. The score mirrored the result when the two teams faced each during the very first day of the competition in Manila.
Ana, Gael Monfils, Sania Mirza, Rohan Bopanna and captain Fabrice Santoro were joined in their home city of Delhi by legends of the sport Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.
Ana played a starring role in the Micromax Indian Aces' 26-25 victory over the Manila Mavericks, as they improved their Coca-Cola IPTL record to five wins and two defeats and stayed top of the standings.
Ana took to the court for the fifth and final set, against Belgian Kirsten Flipkens, with her team trailing 23-19.
Nothing short of a 6-2 win would have been sufficient and after the pair split the first four games, it looked like the Mavericks would secure their second successive victory over the Aces, having lost to them at home in the Philippines.