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Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Vandidades magazine in Latin America.
With three covers in three years, Ana has been on the cover more times than any celebrity in the magazine's history!
Prior to the Generali Ladies Linz, Ana gave an interview to Austrian newspaper Die Presse.
The following is an extract from the interview transcript:
Kimiko Date Krumm is 43 and is still performing on a very high level. Could you imagine playing until over 40?
No way! It’s amazing what she is doing. I think she is one in a million, such a special athlete. She even runs marathons. It’s amazing.
Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Cosmpolitan magazine in Serbia.
An exclusive interview - including a handwritten portion - is accompanied by images by photographer John Russo.
Following her 6-2, 6-1 victory over Alexandra Dulgheru in the second round of the US Open, Ana took part in a question-and-answer session with tennis fans on the US Open's official Facebook page.
Click here to view Ana's answers.
Click here to access Ana's own Facebook page.
Ana recently gave an interview to Hello! magazine in Serbia, during which they quizzed her on her "beauty secrets". The following is a translated extract from the Q & A:
You are professional tennis player, do you have some special beauty rituals?
Considering I am a tennis player and that most of the time my skin is exposed to the sun or wind, I make sure I regularly put on sun block. And of course I use a cleanser and a moisturising cream for basic care.
Ana is featured across eight pages in the latest (August) issue of Esquire in Latin America.
The 25-year-old was photographed by John Russo earlier this year.
During her stay at the Abierto de Tenis Monterrey tournament, Ana posed for some pictures for CARAS magazine in Mexico.
The four-page feature is displayed here.
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?