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Ana today met the balls kids who will work during next week's Australian Open.
The following is a reproduction of a report written by Matt Trollope for australianopen.com:
Serbian star Ana Ivanovic this morning met with the ball kids who could very well be patrolling her match courts when Australian Open 2012 commences next week.
Ana this week gave an interview to the Sunshine Coast Daily in Queensland. The interview, headlined "Aussie Ana' sweats on Coast", focuses on the 24-year-old's off-season preparations.
The following is a reproduction of the story, written by Greg Dawkins:
FOR most people, Christmas holidays spent on the Sunshine Coast would be the ideal getaway.
Ana was recently interviewed by leading Russian website sports.ru.
The following is an extract from the question-and-answer session with journalist Paul Nitkin:
When was the last time you cried? What makes you laugh?
The last time I cried was probably on my birthday, when I spoke to my brother, because I miss him very much. He’s studying at university in England and I was in Bali for a tournament.
Ana recently gave an interview to a Serbian magazine about her childhood.
The following is a translated extract:
What kind of baby were you? Is there an anecdote you can recount? Please describe your childhood and anything in particular you remember.
The following is a reproduction of a feature written by Barry Wood that appears in the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions offical programme. The event begins in Bali on Thursday:
When Ana Ivanovic arrived in Bali a year ago she was already on a high, having just won her first title in two years in Linz. And then it got better, as she beat off all-comers to lift the title at the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions.
Ana is today featured in Blick, the best-selling newspaper of Switzerland, where she is a resident.
The following is a translated extract from the interview with reporter Christian Buerge:
Blick: On a good day you convincingly beat top players like Vera Zvonareva and Svetlana Kuznetsova. Then 24 hours later you lose tamely against a nobody. What's behind this?
Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Kurir Stil magazine in Serbia.
The following is a translated extract from the question-and-answer session:
You are a role model for many kids in Serbia. How much do you think kids appreciate your experience and knowledge?
Ana is today on the cover of Press Revija, the magazine of popular Serbian newspaper Press.
The following is a translated extract from the Q & A session:
When you were a child, what did you have to give up because of tennis training? What was it like to be a young tennis player?