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Ana has reached her highest ever singles ranking. In the latest Sony Ericsson WTA tour lists, published today, the 18-year-old has risen two places to world No.13.
“It’s always nice to reach your highest ranking,” said Ana. “It’s just a shame I cannot compete this week to try to move even closer to the top 10.”
The jump is due to the fact that Anastasia Myskina (absent through injury in Moscow last week) and Francesca Schiavone (second round defeat) have lost the points they gained at last year’s Kremlin Cup. Ana overtakes them both.
Ana’s coach David Taylor gives his expert advice on how to prepare for matches
Obviously it’s important to be well hydrated but you don’t want to drink too much before you play because you can get an overactive bladder, which means you’re going to the toilet too often. That often happens when people are nervous, they drink too much.
In the first of a new series, Ana's coach David Taylor offers advice to recreational players
We are delighted to launch a new feature: monthly free-to-enter competitions to win equipment personally signed by Ana.
Ana’s clothing and racket partners adidas and Wilson have kindly agreed to donate items that Ana will autograph. Each month we will randomly select one lucky winner, who will be sent his or her prize.
To celebrate this new feature we have a very special prize that Ana herself has donated: one of the Wilson nBlade rackets (pictured) that she used to win the Rogers Cup in Montreal in August.
The third and final part of our chat with Ana’s strength and conditioning coach Scott Byrnes
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Gavin Versi: Could you tell us about a typical day during a conditioning block?
Ana’s singles and doubles rankings remain unchanged at 15th and 50th respectively in the latest lists published by the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour today. She also stays at No.14 in the Porsche Race.
Ana was not in action last week, having withdrawn from the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart because of injury. She in not competing this week either, but may move to a new career-high ranking next week due to those ahead of her losing points.
The second instalment in our three-part chat with Ana’s strength and conditioning coach Scott Byrnes (pictured left). Click here for http://www.anaivanovic.com/?path=news&tablepage=12&detailpage=496
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Gavin Versi: What’s your style? You seem pretty laid-back. Or are you really a disciplinarian?
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Gavin Versi: Hi Scott. Could you start by telling us what you did before you began working with Ana?
manon: Hi Ana: Will you come back to the Wismilak Tournament next year? You lost too soon but did you enjoy the tournament? (the player party...) I would love to see you next year because I live in Bali.
Ana: My schedule for next year is not decided so I don’t know. I thought that Bali was an amazing place. We are very lucky as professional tennis players because we get to see the world and many great places. The scenery in Bali is unbelievable, but very different to what I have seen elsewhere. It is definitely one of the most exotic places I have ever been to.