Ana Ivanović Net Worth
Ana Ivanović's Net Worth is 7 million
Ivanovic achieved the last of the Junior Wimbledon competition in 2004, losing to Kateryna Bondarenko. In 2004, she went 26– 0 on the ITF circuit and won every one of the five occasions that she entered, two of them as a qualifier. As a qualifier in Zürich, she overcame a 5– 1 third set shortage alongside two match focuses to crush world No. 29 Tatiana Golovin.
Ivanovic won her initially profession singles title ahead of schedule in the year at the Canberra International, subsequent to overcoming Melinda Czink in the last.
Ivanovic began the season at the Hopman Cup in Perth, Australia with kindred Serbian Novak Djokovic, where the match barely missed the last. To begin off her WTA year, she played at the Medibank International in Sydney where she by and by vanquished Amélie Mauresmo, this time in straight sets, previously tumbling to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the quarterfinals.
Ivanovic began the season in Gold Coast and Sydney where she achieved quarterfinals. Seeded thirteenth at the Australian Open, Ivanovic vanquished Agnieszka Radwanska in the second round however lost in the third round to Vera Zvonareva. Instantly after this competition, she reported that she had part with her mentor David Taylor.
Ivanovic began the year at the Medibank International, where she made the quarterfinals, in the end losing to world No. 1 Justine Henin regardless of having had softened focuses up the third set. As the fourth seed at the Australian Open, Ivanovic made it the distance to the finals, beating top-10 players Venus Williams without precedent for her profession, and returning from a 0– 6, 0– 2 shortfall against Daniela Hantuchová.
At the Australian Open, Ivanovic was seeded fifth and won her initial two matches in straight sets previously losing to 29th seed Russian Alisa Kleybanova in the third round.
Ivanovic participated in Serbia’s Fed Cup win in the World Group II tie against Japan. She vanquished Ai Sugiyama and Ayumi Morita to push Serbia to a 4– 1 win. At the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships, a Premier 5 occasion, she lost to Serena Williams in the quarterfinals. Around this time, Ivanovic started working with her new mentor Craig Kardon, in the wake of separating with previous mentor Sven Groeneveld.
Ivanovic began the year in Brisbane. Seeded third, Ivanovic contacted her first elimination round since Indian Wells in 2009. She, in the long run, bowed out to trump card Justine Henin in Henin’s first competition since her arrival from retirement. Ivanovic was seeded twentieth at the Australian Open, however, lost to Gisela Dulko in the second round in three sets.
Ivanovic began the year at the Hopman Cup in Perth, Australia. She contended alongside Novak Djokovic and they met all requirements for the last, however, because of damage supported amid Ivanovic’s match against Justine Henin, Serbia was compelled to pull back. Alongside the Hopman Cup, Ivanovic likewise pulled back from Sydney.
Ivanovic started her season in Brisbane where she was crushed in the second round by fifth seed Kim Clijsters in three sets, regardless of driving 3– 0 in the last set.
Ivanovic commenced the year by playing at the Hopman Cup with Novak Djokovic. In her initially round robin coordinate, she beat Italy’s, Francesca Schiavone.
Ivanovic began the 2014 season by winning the title in Auckland, crushing Venus Williams in the last in three sets, for her twelfth title and her first since November 2011.
Ivanovic started her 2015 season achieving last of the Brisbane International. She lost one set against Kaia Kanepi on the way. By beating Varvara Lepchenko, Ivanovic set up a last conflict against Maria Sharapova, which she lost in spite of taking the principal set in a tiebreak.
At the Auckland, Open Ivanovic was seeded second yet lost in the first round to British qualifier Naomi Broady in straight sets. Ivanovic took a special case into the Apia International Sydney and lost in the first round to Karolína Plíšková in straight sets.
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Ana Ivanović Biography
Ana Ivanovic conceived 6 November 1987 in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia. She is a resigned Serbian tennis player. She was positioned No. 1 on the planet in 2008 after she had vanquished Dinara Safina to win the 2008 French Open. She was likewise the sprinter up at the 2007 French Open and the 2008 Australian Open. She likewise met all requirements for the yearly WTA Tour Championships three times, in 2007, 2008 and 2014 and won the year-end WTA Tournament of Champions twice, in 2010 and 2011.
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