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Ana is currently working with coach Dejan Petrovic on a trial basis. He will accompany Ana to the North American tournaments this summer.
Petrovic, a former player and Davis Cup captain, has in the past worked with current and former Serbian No.1s Novak Djokovic and Jelena Jankovic.
Ana's next tournament is the Bank of the West Classic, which begins in Stanford on Monday 28 July.
New details about the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) emerged during Wimbledon. Ana is set to take part in the 16-day extravaganza during the off-season.
The league runs during 28 November-13 December. It will begin in Manila, the capital city of The Philippines, before moving onto Singapore, Delhi and Dubai.
Ana is set to take on 17-time Grand Slam champion and current world No.1 Serena Williams in a best-of-three sets exhibition match in Denmark. The pair will face off at the "Jyske Bank Boxen" arena on 19 November.
Click here to visit the official website of the "Champions Battle".
Ana and Nemanja Kontic have ended their coaching partnership by mutual agreement.
Kontic’s contract expired after Wimbledon and, after amicable discussions, the pair decided not to renew it.
Under Kontic’s guidance Ana won three WTA titles this season. She reached the third round of the French Open and exited Wimbledon at the same stage last week.
Ana plans to appoint a new coach in the coming weeks.
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The post-Wimbledon rankings were published today, with Ana unchanged in 11th place.
In the Road To Singapore Ana is positioned eighth: as it stands she would be the final qualifier for the year-end championships.
Current WTA Top 20:
1 Serena Williams (USA) 9,510pts
2 Na Li (Chn) 6,960pts
3 Simona Halep (Rou) 6,785pts
4 Petra Kvitova (Cze) 6,070pts
5 Agnieszka Radwanska (Pol) 5,330pts
6 Maria Sharapova (Rus) 4,881pts
7 Eugenie Bouchard (Can) 4,460pts