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Ana was interviewed yesterday for Le Quotodien, the daily tournament magazine of Roland Garros. The following is a reproduction of the question-and-answer session:
1. What’s your favourite word?
Ajde, which means “come on” or “let’s go” in Serbian. I say it to myself a lot on the court to stay energised.
Ana is featured in the new issue of Jumeirah Magazine, which is published by an affiliate of her sponsor, Dubai Duty Free.
The following is a transcript of the interview:
Can you begin by telling us about your journey into tennis?
Ana recently gave a short interview to Wine & Fine about what she likes to see and do when she's in Belgrade. The following is a translated transcript of the interview:
Being in which part of the city makes you feels special?
Ana recently gave an interview to Women's Fitness magazine (UK). The following is a transcript:
What are your tops tips for amateur/weekend tennis players?
The most important thing is to enjoy it. Obviously I am very lucky to be playing tennis professionally, so I take it very seriously, but I also enjoy it very much: just hitting the ball over the net, competing, it’s a lot of fun. So I always tell people to make sure they enjoy themselves on the court.
On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, Ana recently gave an interview to wtatennis.com about her tennis beginnings:
Your bio says you begged your parents to take you to a tennis school after seeing it on TV, in particular Monica Seles - was there a match/any matches that inspired you the most, and can you talk a little bit about that match/those matches?
The following is a reproduction of a feature that will be published in the tournament programme of the PTT Pattaya Open next week:
The Smiling Serb Is Back!
by Barry Wood
It’s a warm welcome back to the PTT Pattaya Open for the smiling Serb, Ana Ivanovic, who has some unfinished business to attend to here.
Earlier this autumn Ana gave an interview to celebrated Serbian television journalism Mira Adanja-Polak, who has been dubbed the “Serbian Barbara Walters”.
The interview formed the basis of a recent cover story in popular weekly magazine Gloria. The following is a translation of the text that appeared in Gloria: