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Images of Ana preparing for the Serbia-Paraguay Fed Cup World Group II Play-Off tie are now in the Galleries section.
Photos by kind courtesy of Srdjan Stevanovic.
Ana is part of the Serbian team that is taking on Paraguay in a Fed Cup World Group II Play-Off tie in Novi Sad at the weekend. Ana is the highest-ranked player in the tie.
Ana's last Fed Cup appearance came exactly one year ago, when she beat world No.3 Simona Halep, after surprisingly losing to Sorana Cirstea, as Serbia lost to Romania.
"Playing in front of my home supporters is a special thrill," said Ana, who has a 19-9 win-loss record in Fed Cup play, including doubles.
Ana will represent Dubai-based U.A.E. Royals during the second season of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL). She won the league in the ITPL's inaugural season last year, while competing for the Micromax Indian Aces.
Ana will be joined on the roster by Roger Federer, Marin Cilic, Tomas Berdych, Goran Ivanisevic, Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic.
The League is expanding to five teams, with the Japan Warriors joining in 2015.
Further details about the event will be announced in the coming weeks.
Ana's singles ranking is unchanged at No.6 in the latest WTA Singles Rankings, which are published today.
Ana is pictured here showcasing one of her new Y-3 outfits, which she will wear during the French Open at Roland Garros in May.
Ana's clothing partner adidas have teamed up with Japanese high-end fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto to create special pieces for the clay court Grand Slam event.
Ana is featured in the current issue of Vogue, wearing another item from the exclusive range.
Ana slipped to a 7-6(4), 7-5 defeat against world No.21 Sabine Lisicki in the third round of the Miami Open presented by Itaú. Both players tried to press and used a great variety of strokes, but in the end, the errors flew too often from the world No.6’s racket during the one hour and 47 minute encounter.
It was an enjoyable contest with two attack-minded players and sublime rallies were present from the beginning of the match. Ana was the first to earn a break in the third game, but immediately surrendered her next service game as neither of them was willing to budge an inch.
Ana defeated world No.100 Irina Falconi 7-5, 6(4)-7, 6-3 in the second round of the Miami Open.
At 7-5, 5-3, Ana looked to be heading into the third round without drama, albeit after a somewhat disjointed performance. The American had different ideas and broke back before dominating the tiebreak.
Ana, who has had a series of disappointing defeats at this venue, was animated as she protested several line calls, and she also required medical treatment at the end of the second set.
Ana will take on American world No.100 Irina Falconi in the second round of the Miami Open on Friday. It will be the first meeting between the pair.
Falconi reached round two thanks to a 7-6, 7-6 victory over 48th-ranked Monica Puig.
Ana is competing in Miami for the 11th consecutive season. Her best showing is a quarter-final appearance on her debut year of 2005.