The latest news about Ana!

Ana dethrones King Jan 16th 2007

On a scorching Melbourne morning, Ana got her 2007 Australian Open quest off to a sizzling start by vanquishing world No.58 Vania King 6-2 6-0. Ana hit no fewer than 29 winners – an average of 2.07 per game – as she wrapped up victory in just 56 minutes.

With temperatures passing 100 degrees Fahrenheit, it was the American who felt the heat immediately as Ana crushed a forehand winner on the opening point. King then double-faulted twice to give Ana an early break.

Channel 7 feature Jan 15th 2007

Viewers in Australia can look out for an interview with Ana on Channel 7, who are the host broadcasters of the Australian Open. Ana filmed the feature before and after practice today, talking about her connection with Australia and how she is feeling going into the year's first Grand Slam. Her coach David Taylor also spoke with the television station for the feature that was screened on Monday evening and is expected to be repeated before her first round match against Vania King on Tuesday.

Rankings and new photos Jan 15th 2007

Ana's singles ranking remains unchanged at No.14 in the latest list, published by the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour today. Her appearance in the Medibank International quarter-finals in Sydney last week has enabled her to climb to No.8 in the Porsche Race, the standings that determine the eight qualifiers for the season-ending Sony Ericsson Championships in Madrid.

Photos from Ana's practice session at Melbourne Park yesterday are now in the gallery. Click here to view them.

Melbourne travel guide Jan 14th 2007

Ana gave an exclusive interview with, detailing what she likes most about Melbourne and the Australian Open.

Aussie Ana: Ana Ivanovic interview

With relatives living near Melbourne and Australian Fed Cup captain David Taylor serving as her coach, Ana Ivanovic is fast being adopted as a local by Australian fans. She tells us why Down Under is on of her favorite destinations.

Ana walks on water! Jan 13th 2007

Ana today launched her new adidas outfit at “adilibria”, a fun media event held at the Circa Pooldeck in Melbourne. Ana starred alongside Australian swimmer Jodie Henry, a triple Olympic gold medallist and fellow adidas athlete, as she showcased the dress she will exclusively wear for her first round match at the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Sydney photos Jan 13th 2007

Images from Ana's appearance in the Medibank International are now in the gallery. To view them click here.

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Australian Open draw Jan 11th 2007

Ana will play world No.57 Vania King in the first round of the Australian Open, which begins on Monday. Ana is seeded 13th at the year's first Grand Slam and could meet top seed Maria Sharapova in the fourth round.

Ana has never before played the 17-year-old American, who won the Thailand Open in Bangkok in October.

Should she overcome KIng, Ana will play either Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska or Varvara Lepchenko of Uzbekistan. No.22 seed and former world No.9 Vera Zvonareva of Russia is Ana's seeded third round opponent in what is a very difficult draw.

December competition winner Jan 11th 2007

Philipp Doms from Austria is the latest competition winner. He correctly answered the December competition question – that Ana reached eight quarter-finals during 2006. Congratulations to him, he receives a personally signed photograph of Ana and a Wilson six racket thermo.

The January competition will be launched shortly.

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Darth Vaida Jan 10th 2007

Ana was beaten 6-4, 6-2 by world No.11 Nicole Vaidisova in the quarter-finals of the Medibank International.

It was a disappointing performance from the 19-year-old, who served seven double faults and was never able to get her ground game going.

Ana heads to Melbourne for the Australian Open having won four of her six matches so far in 2007.

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Game, Pet and match Jan 9th 2007

Ana is into the quarter-finals of the Medibank International. She was well in control of her second round match against Nadia Petrova, leading 6-2, 4-2, when the world No.6 retired injured. The Russian was suffering from an abdominal strain.