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Publish 07 June 2012 in - 184243 views


Maria Sharapova dreams of completing the Grand Slam this year in Paris. And it is only two steps to get it. The Siberian, who would return with a win over number one WTA ranking , qualified for the third time in his career to the semifinals of Roland Garros, where they intersect with Petra Kvitova.

 María Sharapova, con una victoria más en Roland Garros retornaría al número uno del <strong>ranking</strong>  WTA Maria Sharapova had a challenge ahead when he returned to the circuit after a complicated shoulder surgery in 2008 that was in dry dock for a long time and changed his way of playing and watching tennis: he wanted to win major titles back and look again at the top of the podium. The Siberian could kill two birds with one stone at Roland Garros, where his victory would have tasted the sweetness of glory in the four major circuit and look again at the top of world ranking s. So far it has sealed his move to their third semi-final in Paris after defeating Kaia Kanepi of Estonia by an aggregate score of 6-2 and 6-3 after one hour and fourteen minutes in a clash played on the Philippe Chatrier.

Mary will try for the third time in his career to reach the final in Paris, which automatically would give the throne of the women tour to the detriment of the Belarusian Victoria Azarenka. This should overcome the Siberian one barrea with which they encountered in 2007 and 2011, losing to Serbia Ana Ivanovic and China Li Na respectively. This time, his opponent will be Czech Petra Kvitova, who beat Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan by a score of 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 in a match played on the Suzanne Lenglen.
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Publish 04 September 2010 in The Player - 271942 views

Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic continued to show up in your game to reach the third round of the United States.

Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic continued to show up in your game to reach the third round of U.S. Open.

Ana Ivanovic, paso a tercera ronda y continua subiendo su nivel Ivanovic, 40 of the world ranking s but former world number one, won easily 6-3, 6-0 against China's Zheng Jie, seeded 21 in the contest, after adding 22 winners in just 56 minutes match in Arthur Ashe Stadium, said Reuters.

This is the first time this year that the former French Open champion reached the third round of a Grand Slam.

In 2009, losing to Kateryna Bondarenko in the first round of U.S. Open, Ivanovic was left out of the top 20 ranking .

However, the Serb has recently shown encouraging signs, reaching the semifinals of Cincinnati, where he was forced to withdraw with a sore foot.

Zheng had no answer to the power of Ivanovic, shown in a number of series winners, especially the right.

"I remember a couple of years ago was here and I'm told that although the world number one I was not playing like a number one," Ivanovic told reporters.

'But now I'm playing like a top 10 player, I have confidence that I can beat these players. That is great for me, "he said.

Ivanovic now expects to France's Virginie Razzano, who defeated compatriot Marion Bartoli, seeded 13, 7-5, 6-4.

Publish 13 May 2010 in The Player - 298912 views

Serbian tennis player Jelena Jankovic won in a fierce encounter 4-6 6-4 6-1 to compatriot Ana Ivanovic

The seventh-seeded Jelena Jankovic beat Wednesday 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in a tense battle against fellow Serb Ana Ivanovic, for past the second round in Madrid Open Tennis.

Jelena Jankovic, despacha a Ana Ivanovic y pasa a la siguiente ronda. In a match riddled with errors in the clay center court of Manolo Santana, both players were to control their 2008, has won just one tournament second category since that great victory in Paris.

Anyway, despite that has fallen in the ranking s, his performance in Rome, where he reached the semi-allowed climbing to number 42.

The current world number one and top seed in Madrid, American Serena Williams, was measured with Russia's Nadia Petrova, seeded sixteenth-for a spot in the quarterfinals later Wednesday.

In serves.

Jankovic, dressed in fluorescent green, made the difference because it broke on 11 occasions over the eight that fell through their service.

The world number four, finalist in Rome and winner of the sisters Venus and Serena Williams last week, will now play with the Spanish Anabel Medina Garrigues, looking for a place in the quarterfinals of Madrid.

For his part, Ivanovic, former world number one and Roland Garros champion in the Thus, if Venus Williams, seeded fourth, beats Francesca Schiavone of Italy also on Wednesday, reached the second position in the WTA ranking , so that for the first time since May 2003, the sisters occupy the two places of privilege in the ladder.
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Publish 14 March 2010 in The Player - 308802 views

The Serb recently joined the Swiss coach Heinz Gunthardt, it did succeed to Steffi Graf and Jennifer Capriati · did not look so down in the world ranking s since 2005 · Now go to Miami, where only defends third round

The defeat of Ana Ivanovic to Anastasija Sevastova on his debut in the Indian Wells tournament has not surprised anyone. The Serb, once No. 1 in the world, takes time lost, disoriented and not continuing coaching changes have managed to stabilize his game. Your bad rsultados have been translated into a gradual loss of ranking points. Ana will go below Monday's 50 best rackets of time, resulting in some tournaments in the clay court season will be forced to play the run to enter the final table.

Sigue en mala racha la presión está ganandole terreno a Ivanovic. Ana Ivanovic came to California to defend the final pressure achieved last year at Indian Wells ... and its 700 points respectively. The 2010 season had not begun as she would have liked because, apart from the semifinals of Brisbane, had lost many points after signing second round at the Australia Open and missing the tournament in Dubai. He stopped working under Sven Groeneveld, who had resorted to again recall the days when the Swede lifted to the top of the ranking , and joined former coach of Steffi Graf, the Swiss Heinz Gunthardt was commenting parties for television. Their professional relationship has been running just a couple of weeks, but the results are hard to get. And the pressure increases.

After losing to the Latvian Anastasija Sevastova (6-2, 6-4) in the second round at Indian Wells, California Ivanovic left the floor in tears. "I feel good and safe, but when I hit the ball I do early and making unforced errors," noted the Balkan press conference. Pressure. That's what Anne feels, you see how lost jobs to be below the Top-50, which is not the first time since 2005. The evil is even greater if we look at what this means: Ana court will not pass the final tables of some of the tournaments you could play on clay and will be forced to play the previous stages. That is already something worse ...

Publish 15 January 2010 in Interviews - 337166 views

Back to work with Sven Groeneveld, the coach who took her to number 1 in 2008 · Debuts in Australia to a player from the pre · think any tennis player in the Top-Ten is a favorite for the title, although she "will go on all "

Ana Ivanovic (Belgrade, 1987) wants to leave behind an early 2009 full of bumps in the finished not raise its head. The Serbian tennis players, currently ranked at position 21 in the WTA ranking s, faces filled 2010 enthusiasm and with hope and confidence to return to be among the largest. For now, the first challenge is clear: win the Open de Australia.

Ana Ivanovic, su primer reto es ganar el Open de Australia y llegar al top-ten We passed in 2009, a year that was not particularly good for you. What happened? It was a very disappointing season for me. To be honest, I autoexigí too, that was the real problem. It was a year where I had a lot of little injuries that I never recover and I ended up obsessed with finding my best, something that never came. Of course, I am now better and excited about the new season.

What do you think of returning to the circuit of Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters? It's good for women's tennis. The elite women's tennis is very competitive now, with players of all ages and with different playing characteristics. Kim, Justine and the Williams sisters are experienced players for his age, but then there are young with a lot of quality as Caroline Wozniacki or Victoria Azarenka. It will be an exciting season, I'm sure.

Think you can win the Open de Australia 2010: I always believe I can win any tournament, if not, would not make sense out on the track to play. I won some matches in Brisbane last week (def Jelena Dokic, Timea Baszky and Anastalia Pavlyuchenkova and lost to Justine Henin in the semifinals) that have given me some confidence, but in Melbourne I'd rather go game by game in Rather than get the victory target from the beginning.

Who do you think are now the rivals to beat? The level of women's tennis is very high right now. There are so many players who are capable of winning a Grand Slam that each party becomes virtually a final. Anyone who is in the Top Ten is a sure bet to win in Australia.

What are your goals this season? I qualify for the Sony Ericsson Championships Doha (the WTA Championships) because that means I'm among the eight best rackets in the world. But my main goal is to win another Grand Slam. I will fight for it.

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