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Ana was recently featured in Muscle & Fitness Hers magazine.
The following is an extract from the question-and-answer session with writer Kayla Hutzler:
For you, personally, what's the hardest part of being a professional tennis player?
I love tennis and I love travelling, so really this is the perfect job for me! But no job is perfect, not even tennis, and sometimes the travelling can get a little tiring: you miss home and you miss your family. But overall I don’t complain. I really love to compete.
Ana gave an interview to ITF World magazine, looking ahead to the Fed Cup final, which sees Serbia take on defending champions the Czech Republic in Prague in November.
The following is an extract from the interview transcript with journalist Alexandra Willis:
Is it very different now, being one of the older, experienced members of the team, than when you made your debut in 2006?
Ana recently gave an interview to the popular blog On The Go Tennis. The following is a transcript of the question-and-answer:
If you could switch places with anyone and live their life for one day, who would it be and why?
I would probably be a guy, just to see how they think.
How would you describe your fashion style off the court?
Ana recently gave an interview to the Italian edition of Men's Health.
The following is a transcript of the question-and-answer session:
Please, introduce yourself in ten words
Positive, sensitive and thoughtful, and a family person.
What kind of teachings have you gotten from tennis?
Ana is on the cover of the new issue of Vanidades, a top-selling publication in Latin America.
Images from the photo shoot she took part in with photographer John Russo will be posted in the coming months.
Top players such as Ana conduct upwards of 50 press conferences per year and inevitably questions about tennis can become somewhat repetetive. It is perhaps surprising, therefore, that some players appear irked when quizzed about trivial matters.
Ana is not one of them: she seems to enjoy such irreverence, as shown in the transcript below from this year's Australia Open.
The 24-year-old giggled her way through this exchange with a reporter from New Zealand: