Press & Interviews

Gloria magazine feature Jan 27th 2007

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.

Ana featured in Alpha magazine Jan 11th 2007

Alpha, an Australian sports-lifestyle magazine, has chosen Ana in its “Hot 50 sports stars in the world” feature, which is published in the new February issue.

Ana featured in The Daily Telegraph Dec 28th 2006

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

Ana featured in The Gold Coast Bulletin Dec 28th 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
Nick Smart
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.

Gazzetta dello Sport Sportweek interview Dec 24th 2006

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

Ana featured in Courier Mail Dec 16th 2006

Ana is today featured in the http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,23739,20936534-10389,00.html " target="_blank" > Courier Mail, the biggest selling newspaper in Queensland, which is home to her next event, the Mondial Australian Women's Hardcourts on the Gold Coast.

All text copyright of Queensland Newspapers

Queen of the Coast
Paul Malone
December 15, 2006 11:00pm

ACE Tennis Magazine interview Aug 18th 2006

Ana is featured in the September issue of ACE Tennis Magazine, Britain's biggest-selling tennis magazine, which is published this week.

The exclusive four-page interview is headlined "Turning heads" and is written by former ACE editor Dominic Bliss, who describes Ana as "the tennis icon in waiting". It includes a beautiful layout with several stunning pictures by Stephan Schacher and Misha Obradovic. It also features a special diary written by Ana. To read it, click here .

Here is an extract from the article:

Times of India interview Aug 14th 2006

Ana was yesterday featured in the Calcutta Times, The Times of India:

Interview by Dipannita Ghosh Biswas

Tell us something about yourself, your family and educational background.

San Diego Union-Tribune Interview Jul 31st 2006

Ana is today featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune, a quality Californian newspaper that is providing in-depth coverage of the Acura Classic

Ivanovic hits hard and gets plenty of hits on Web

Popular Serbian teen looking for first big win
By Jerry Magee
UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
July 31, 2006

The Sunday Times - Ivanovic turns on the power Jun 26th 2006

The 19-year-old Serb has the skill and strength to be a threat at Wimbledon after an impressive year in which she broke through at the top level. By Barry Flatman

TECHNICALITIES clearly intrigue Ana Ivanovic. She can readily inform you of her ability to propel a tennis ball at 122mph within 0.005 seconds of impact, forcing it to accelerate 1,000 times faster than a Formula One car. If required to elaborate, she can add that her service possesses sufficient velocity to compress a tennis ball to half its original circumference.