Press & Interviews

Ana on cover of Inside Sport magazine Jan 9th 2009

Ana is on the cover of the current issue of Inside Sport, a leading Australian publication. She is the subject of a brilliantly-written 3,000-word feature by journalist Suzi Petkovski, the opening passage of which is reproduced below:

The Ana offensive
Too sweet to rule women’s tennis? Too nice? Too pretty? Not this Ana Ivanovic.

Sport & Style magazine interview Dec 29th 2008

Please note that the following is a translation from the French language so may contain inaccuracies. Click here to see Ana on the cover of L’Equipe’s Sport & Style magazine.

Ana Glam Slam
By Yves Bongarcon

Interview with The Australian Dec 27th 2008

Ana was this week interviewed by The Australian, the only national newspaper in Australia:

Stunner enjoys racket on, off court
Margie McDonald | December 27, 2008

ANA Ivanovic made half of her earnings to date in just one year, 2008, and she will take some valuable lessons learned from last season into the New Year, along with her healthy bank account.

SWISS airlines magazine interview Dec 16th 2008

Ana is featured in the current edition of Swiss airlines' in-flight magazine SWISS Universe. The following is a reproduction of the question-and-answer feature:

THE BEAUTY ON THE TENNIS COURT

Serbian Ana Ivanovic is an exceptionally talented tennis player who stays charming and cheerful, despite her big success. SWISS Universe talked to her about her life on and off the tennis court.

Interviewer: TAMAS KISS

SWISS UNIVERSE: YOU TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD CONSTANTLY – HERE TODAY, SOMEWHERE ELSE TOMORROW. HOW DO YOU COPE WITH THIS NOMADIC EXISTENCE?

Ana on cover of Sport & Style Dec 9th 2008

Ana is on the cover of the new issue of L'Equipe Sport & Style magazine. The 21-year-old recently took part in an exclusive photo shoot for the Conde Nast publication in Moscow.

More images from the photo shoot and an exclusive video can be seen here.

Brisbane International interview Dec 7th 2008

Ana recently gave an interview to the website of the Brisbane International, her opening tournament of 2009:

You had a few injury concerns in 2008, how are you feeling now?
Fortunately those injuries are behind me. I am feeling healthy and I’m very excited about the new season. I started training for it already in November!

How will you prepare for the Brisbane International and Australian Open 2009?

Ana on cover of Swiss magazine Nov 26th 2008

Ana is on the cover of the November issue of Regio Aktuell magazine in Switzerland. The following is a translated extract from the interview with Dominique Zahnd:

Schweizer Illustrierte feature Oct 30th 2008

Ana was featured in the popular Swiss lifestyle magazine Schweizer Illustrierte earlier this month.

The pages and a short, translated extract from the exclusive interview are shown here:

Schweizer Illustrierte: What is your impression of Switzerland?
It's peaceful and quiet. I'm happy that I can relax there easily. People don't really approach me in the street; everyone respects each other's privacy.

What do you like about Basel?

"Zira" interview Oct 29th 2008

Ana was interviewed by Serbian broadcaster Pink TV on Monday, during a photo shoot for her sponsor Verano.

The following is a translated transcript of the interview:

Nenad Stefanovic, Pink TV: It is a great honour and pleasure of mine to have Ana Ivanovic beside me, here in a cozy atmosphere at the Zira hotel. Ana, you raised the trophy in Linz yesterday, today you are here in Belgrade. Yesterday’s victory in Linz cannot be compared to Roland Garros, but I think it means psychologically almost as much as that one.

Ana appears on Chinese magazine covers Oct 7th 2008

Ana recently graced the covers of two magazines in China: Sports Illustrated and the popular lifestyle publication Beijing News Weekly (BQ).

The following are short extracts from each interview:

Sports Illustrated China: You once told us that you do not like losing, even when playing chess with your coach, so, are you still bearing that will in mind? Have you ever sensed the pressure caused by your will to win? How did you handle that?