This is the player profile of Serbian professional woman tennis player, Ana Ivanovic. Know all the details about her personal life and her professional career in this article.

Player Profile – Ana Ivanovic

Basic Details about Ana Ivanovic

Full Name: Ana Ivanovic

Date of Birth: 6th November, 1987

Place of Birth: Belgrade, the then Yugoslavia

Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.84 m)

Residence: Chicago, Illinois

Nationality: Serbia

Professional Details about Ana Ivanovic

Turned Pro: 2003

Playing Style: Right Handed

Highest WTA Ranking: 1 (Achieved on 9th June, 2008)

Retired: 28 December 2016

Grand Slam Singles Performances of Ana Ivanovic

Australian Open: Final – 2008

French Open: Winner – 2008

Wimbledon: SF – 2007

US Open: QF – 2012

Other Tournaments: WTA Tour Finals – SF (2007) | Olympics – R3 (2012)

Grand Slam Doubles Performances of Ana Ivanovic

French Open: 1R – 2005, 2007

Wimbledon: 3R – 2005

US Open: 3R – 2006

Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Performance of Ana Ivanovic

Australian Open: 2R – 2006

French Open: 2R – 2005

US Open: 1R – 2011

Other Mixed Doubles Tournaments: Olympics 1R (2012)

Team Tournaments Performance of Ana Ivanovic

Fed Cup: F – 2012

Hopman Cup: F – 2013

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More about Ana Ivanovic

Ana Ivanovic was born to Miroslav and Dragana Ivanovic in the former country of Yugoslavia. Her mother is a lawyer, whereas her father is a self employed businessman. Ana has a younger brother called Milos. Ana Ivanovic was a huge fan of Monica Seles, who also hailed from Yugoslavia and took up the tennis racket at the age of 5. During the insurgency period in Yugoslavia Ana Ivanovic had to go for training during early morning hours to avoid bombings by the NATO Forces. After overcoming so many difficulties in life and otherwise, Ana Ivanovic was firm to become a tennis player only.

In 2004 Ana Ivanovic reached the Junior Wimbledon final and gained the attention of the tennis fans. A year later in 2005, Ana Ivanovic won her first ever WTA title by winning the Canberra International. By 2007 Ana Ivanovic was already known as the rising star of the women’s tennis and she proved everyone right by winning her first ever Grand Slam tournament a year after which was the French Open. But due to bad health and repeated injuries by 2009 Ana Ivanovic was out of Top 20 list of WTA Rankings. After a year Ana Ivanovic made a comeback to tennis and not only that she returned to Top 20 list again. Because of some of the inconstant performances, Ana Ivanovic could not enter into the Top 10 and in 2013 she couldn’t even win a single WTA tournament!! But in 2014 she made a resurgence and broke into Top 5 women tennis players of the world.

Endorsements by Ana Ivanovic

  • Nike
  • Adidas
  • Wilson
  • Yonex
  • Rolex


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