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Fed Cup preview Apr 18th 2014

Ana leads Serbia in its Fed Cup World Group II Play-Off against Romania in Bucharest at the weekend.

World No.12 Ana is the Serbian No.1 and will take on Romanian No.2 Sorana Cirstea - Ana's best friend - in the opening singles rubber on Saturday.

Afterwards, Romanian No.1 Simona Halep, the world No.5, will take on Serbia's Bojana Jovanovski.

On Sunday Ana is set to take on Halep in the third rubber, with Cirstea facing Jovanovski.

Ana enters Linz Apr 17th 2014

Ana has confirmed her participation in the Generali Ladies Linz, which takes place in Austria during October 6-12.

Historically, the indoor International event is one of Ana's most successful events: she won it in 2008 and 2010 and was in the final last year, where she lost to top seed Angelique Kerber.

Following the announcement of her entries into Birmingham and Tokyo, Ana’s 2014 schedule looks to be nearly complete.

Ana to return to Tokyo Apr 15th 2014

Ana will compete in the Toray Pan Pacific Open this year. The tournament, which is under new management, will take place during September 15-21.

The field has halved to 28 players and the event now runs one week earlier.

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April competition Apr 13th 2014

The April competition is currently open, and free to enter to members of Club Ana, which is free to join.

There will be two prize winners, each receiving a personalized, signed photo of Ana.

Ana set for Birmingham Apr 11th 2014

Ana will take part in the AEGON Classic in Birmingham this summer. The 26-year-old will make her third appearance at the event, following her semi-final finish in 2011.

The tournament takes place at the newly revamped Edgbaston Priory Club during June 9-15. It begins the day after the men’s Roland Garros final.

"I had a good run there last time," said Ana. "I hope to go at least one step further this year."

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Monterrey off-court photos Apr 9th 2014

Prior to the Monterrey Open, Ana took part in a hitting session with third seed Caroline Wozniacki in downtown Monterrey. The pair also hit with two wheelchair players, signed autographs and gave interviews.

Monterrey photos Apr 8th 2014

Images of Ana competing in the Abierto Monterrey, which she won on Sunday, are now in the Galleries section

Ana climbs rankings Apr 7th 2014

Following her Abierto Monterrey win yesterday, Ana is up to No.8 in the Road to Singapore standings, the rankings that determine the eight qualifiers for the season-ending championships.

In the main entry rankings Ana has moved up one place to No.12.

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Ana sweeps to Monterrey title Apr 7th 2014

Ana clinched the 13th title of her career by beating compatriot Jovana Jaksic 6-2, 6-1 in the final of the Abierto Monterrey.

137th-ranked Jaksic was playing in only her third WTA main draw - the first was in Monterrey 12 months ago - and freely spoke about Ana being her "idol" before the match.

Nevertheless, it was Jaksic who scored a break in the opening game, only for Ana to break back and assert her superiority. She won in just 61 minutes.

Ana holds nerve to reach final Apr 6th 2014

Producing her best tennis of the week, Ana saw off former world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki 7-6(5), 6-4 in the semi-finals of the Monterrey Open.

Wozniacki was ruthless with her break point opportunities in the opening set, converting all three, but Ana showed greater consistency in the tiebreak.

She took her game to another level, as the Dane struggled in set two, and stormed into a 4-0 lead. She was on the verge of a 5-0 advantage as she served, but a few untimely unforced errors cast doubt on the outcome.