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Blic newspaper in Serbia interviewed Ana during the recent Fed Cup tie in Zagreb. The publication asked Ana some imaginative questions and gave the feature a unique headline:
Ana Ivanovic reveals details of her personal life for Blic
Author: T. Dragojevic | 30.04.2008 - 00:11
Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Tennis Week, which goes on sale in North America next week.
"Just how hot is she?" asks the cover, while inside writer Joel Drucker, who followed Ana's progress closely during the Indian Wells tournament, describes her as an "icon" and "the It girl" of tennis.
The following is a short extract from the feature:
Ana was recently interviewed by Sport newspaper in Serbia. The following is a transcript:
Did you fulfil most of your professional and personal goals up to now? There's practically no country you haven't visited, no emotion you haven't already experienced; you've already earned enough money, you've met many people, you've reached almost the top in your tennis career...Is there something that can still excite you, something that you haven't experienced yet? Perhaps a gift, trip...anything at all?
For the third time in her career, Ana graced the front page of the Calcutta Times, one of the biggest-selling English-language newspapers in the world.
You have had a fantastic start to the year. You reached the finals of the first Grand Slam - The Australian Open. Apart from that, you are already No 2 in WTA ranking. Are you satisfied with your performance so far this year?
Ana is on the cover of Sport, a free magazine in London with a readership of around one million. The following is an abridged version of the interview:
Growing up, tennis training meant playing in a drained-out swimming pool. But as the Serbian star tells Sport, it’s not about the facilities, but the determination to succeed
Ana is on the cover of Observer Sport Monthly, one of Britain's most-read magazines.The 20-year-old took part in a photoshoot and interview shortly before the Zurich Open in October.
The following an extract from the interview, written by Adrian Deevoy:
Does your personality change once you’re on court?
I’m more aggressive. It has to happen because if you’re too soft you’re going to lose. I’m very easy‑going off court, but I really want to win once I’m walking on to the court.
At that moment, do you hate your opponent?
Ana was recently on the cover of TV Novosti, a popular magazine in Serbia. The following are selected questions and answers. Due to translation from Serbian, there may be some inaccuracies:
Although there are no rules and deadlines, your age is 'right' for falling in love. Are you waiting for it because it didn’t happen to be 'right', or can you control yourself, for some other time in order to first reach the top in tennis?
I agree that there are no rules and deadlines. It is something that happens spontaneously. One cannot plan it.
After taking part in a press conference in Sydney yesterday, Ana is featured in all of Australia's leading newspapers today.
The following are extracts from the four features:
"I always say this is my favourite country and I really want to do well," said Ivanovic, who's arrived in the country already and is basing herself in Manly for the warm-up event in Sydney in early January.