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Ana is on the cover of Lola, a new women's magazine in Serbia that sold out within a couple of days of going on sale.
As well as tennis, Ana is asked about topics such as celebrity, men and style in the three-page feature. The following is a short translated extract from the interview:
Lola: What do you like to spend money on?
Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Smash Tennis in North America. Published by TENNIS Magazine, the Spring 2007 edition represents Ana’s first English-language magazine cover.
The superb feature interview by Allen St. John provides readers with great insight into Ana’s charming, down-to-earth personality. The following is an extract:
The following is a transcript of Ana's interview with leading French sports website Sport24.com, which took place during the Proximus Diamond Games in Antwerp:
Interview by Fabrice Turmel
I’d like to start at the beginning. I know you must have told this story so many times but I’d like you to tell us how it all started and how you lived your first steps and years in tennis back in your home country for the people who don’t know you well in France.
The following is a transcript of a recent interview Ana gave with Polish media outlet Sportowefakty:
You've got fans all over the world, and also you have a great website where you contact them. Does this situation of lots of support help you during the matches, or rather you think of expectations of you and it's additional stress?
Ana is on the cover of the current issue of Gloria magazine in Serbia. The following is a translation of the feature. All words copyright of Gloria.
She’s got everything. She is pretty, talented, successful and rich, though she is just 19. In a short period of time she has achieved unbelievable success in tennis. In just over a year she improved her ranking by 608 places and last season she finished 14th.
The Daily Telegraph, Britain's biggest-selling quality newspaper, published an exclusive interview with Ana today. The following text is copyright of The Telegraph Group.
Ivanovic plays it safe as she heads towards the top 10
By Mark Hodgkinson
Last Updated: 1:41am GMT 28/12/2006
Following interviews she gave yesterday, Ana is featured in the Thursday edition of the The Gold Coast Bulletin
All words copyright of Gold Coast Publications Pty Ltd
Serbian teen Ivanovic puts Hingis on notice
28 Dec 06
SERBIAN teenager Ana Ivanovic believes she has the wood over five-time grand slam winner Martina Hingis heading into the Australian Women's Hardcourts, which begins at Royal Pines Resort on Sunday.
By kind permission of the author Lorenzo Cazzaniga and photographer Ugo Zamborlini, the following is a translation of the feature interview with Ana that appeared over five pages in last weekend’s Sportweek, the magazine of leading Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport. Please note that the interview took place in English and was translated into Italian, then back into English, so inaccuracies may occur
THE NEW LOLITA OF TENNIS