I have had a virus, but I don't know why my blood pressure was takenWilliams sisters win Doha openers Nov 05, 2008
Every final is a new experience and winning a title is always specialIvanovic tops Zvonareva in Austria final Oct 26, 2008
Vera has been playing well the last couple of weeks, finishing runner-up at Moscow and qualifying for the Sony Ericsson Championships, so it will be a tough matchIvanovic wins Linz, Austria, semifinal Oct 25, 2008
It was a tough match against a very good playerIvanovic wins Linz, Austria, quarterfinal Oct 24, 2008
I am also mentally exhausted after the French Open -- I am not ready to compete so soon after winning my first Grand Slam. I have taken this decision with some regret and I hope I can finally play in Eastbourne next yearIvanovic withdraws from Wimbledon tuneup Jun 11, 2008
Ana Ivanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Ивановић; Serbian pronunciation: ( listen)) (born November 6, 1987, in Belgrade, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a former World No. 1 Serbian tennis player. As of August 29, 2011, she is ranked World No. 19 on the WTA rankings. She beat Dinara Safina to win the 2008 French Open and was the runner-up in singles at the 2007 French Open and the 2008 Australian Open. Competing as a professional since 2003, she has won 10 WTA Tour singles titles.
Ivanović's mother Dragana, a lawyer, supports her daughter during most of her matches. Her father Miroslav, a self-employed businessman, attends as many events as he possibly can. Ana has a younger brother, Miloš, with whom she loves to play basketball.
Aside from her tennis career, Ivanović also studies finance at a university in Belgrade and Spanish in her spare time. Her inspiration to begin playing was Monika Seleš, who at that time played for Yugoslavia.