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#16 palobe

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Posted 27 March 2008 - 18:12

Ako je suditi po ovome što možemo da vidimo na dve poslednje fotografije koje su prikazane ovde, za to što se tiče lepote, gracioznosti, naivnosti, duha … itd, razlika izgleda dosta velika u korist gornje slike (novosadjance) gde se vidi Ana koja se zabavlja reklo bi se na travi, i one druge gde je Ana natakarila neki kačket i hoće da se sa nekim taba reklo bi se. Znači prava Ana je ona sa gornje slike.

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#17 w-tee

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Posted 27 March 2008 - 22:33

sexy

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dobro mozda nisam morao ovu s ledja, al' ipak sam ja muskarac.

sve bolje i bolje izgleda, sto zbog simetrije :rolleyes:, sto zbog sortsa.
cak i da ne zna da drzi reket, oprosteno joj je.

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#18 M.S.25.

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 10:12

dobro mozda nisam morao ovu s ledja, al' ipak sam ja muskarac.


Blago tebi :rolleyes: :huh:

Šalu na stranu, nisu nepristojne slike, a istina je i da je Ana mnogo zgodnija nego ranije.
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#19 enamat

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 11:10

Ana scoops two awards
March 27, 2008 / Miami, Florida
Ana has collected the prestigious Karen Krantzcke Sportsmanship Award, the title handed out to the most sportsmanlike player on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour. The 20-year-old was also named Most Improved Player 2007 at the Tour's annual awards ceremony in Miami.

izvor : http://www.anaivanov...detailpage=1109
nikako nisam uspela da nadjem Anine slike sa zurke, silno me zanima kako je izgledala, al nasla sam ovo sa dodele nagrada.
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#20 w-tee

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 11:40

:rolleyes: :huh: :) ;) :D
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#21 jelenacg

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 19:36

Nadal talked about the plane ride in his blog at tennis.com:



I have had some questions about the passengers in that plane and I think it is no secret that I asked Ana Ivanovic and her team to join us. I knew she had some problems to find a ticket to Miami, she was on a waiting list and we had room left so I thought I could ask them to join us. The tournament also thought it was OK and they actually supported the idea so everyone happy. I remember Roger gave me a ride from Montreal to Cincy last summer and I know how it feels to be stuck in a place when you want/have to leave to play the next tournament. I didn't know much Ana before that but now that I had the chance to meet her during the flight I think she is a very nice person, a really nice person. Also her mother and her physical trainer who all flew with us and it was very nice to meet them too.
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#22 enamat

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 20:17

I didn't know much Ana before that but now that I had the chance to meet her during the flight I think she is a very nice person, a really nice person.

Opa! komunikacijske linije su otvorene, a sad samo napred.
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#23 wegga

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 21:59

Nadal talked about the plane ride in his blog at tennis.com:



I have had some questions about the passengers in that plane and I think it is no secret that I asked Ana Ivanovic and her team to join us. I knew she had some problems to find a ticket to Miami, she was on a waiting list and we had room left so I thought I could ask them to join us. The tournament also thought it was OK and they actually supported the idea so everyone happy. I remember Roger gave me a ride from Montreal to Cincy last summer and I know how it feels to be stuck in a place when you want/have to leave to play the next tournament. I didn't know much Ana before that but now that I had the chance to meet her during the flight I think she is a very nice person, a really nice person. Also her mother and her physical trainer who all flew with us and it was very nice to meet them too.


čoveče, onaj beogradski tabloid na koji je neko poslao link (ne secam se koji) je naglasio da su pored pilota, jedina dva putnika bili Ana i Nadal!
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 16:09

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#25 w-tee

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 11:35

:rolleyes: :huh: :)
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#26 wwww

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 12:29

Mislim da ovo niko nije postavio. Mozda je bolje ovde nego na temi o Majamiju posto ima i elemenata koji govore o Aninom karakteru. Dakle:


ANA IVANOVIC

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. You had never played Lindsay before. Was that a factor in what happened today? Did she do things that surprised you?
ANA IVANOVIC: It was a little bit. Obviously, first time you play against someone you try to, you know, get to know them and try to get rhythm in the beginning.
But against her you just don't get it. She was playing extremely well. She had always the first hit on her ball. It was kind of disappointing for me.
I had chances in the beginning and didn't use them. Just my intensity wasn't up there today. When you play against such a champion, you need to be on the ball for each point.

Q. Her service returns are so good. Does that affect you? Make you serve a little closer to the line? Take more risks?
ANA IVANOVIC: It does. I must say I haven't played against many players who can return so well and so deep, so she puts a lot of pressure on my serve. So then I try to go for a little bit more. Try to put more first serves in. Try to roll it a little bit more so I have to take off the speed.
That's, obviously, what she wants and I don't want. But it was the case today. Yeah, she just played better.

Q. What about your fatigue after Indian Wells? Is that still a factor?
ANA IVANOVIC: Well, honestly, it's a little bit hard, you know, to start from the first round and bring the intensity back. I started with my intensity a little bit today. But, you know, she's just a great player. Today on the court she was the better one. You know, she deserved to win.
My service wasn't going so well, and I had quite a few unforced errors. Yeah, like I said, she was the better player today, and I hope we get a chance to play again.

Q. Does it give you an appreciation of how difficult it is for the really tennis players like Federer, say, to do it back‑to‑back, given your experience in the last week?
ANA IVANOVIC: It is. It is. I start admiring them more and more for that. Because, obviously, it's not easy, and they most of the time do it week after week.
It's also important to make a smart scheduling and don't play too many tournaments in a row, because you just can't keep the level through many weeks. So that's something, you know, I'm experiencing for one of the first times. Definitely I learn from this, and it was a good achievement still.
You know, I was pretty happy with last week. And this week, like I said, she was the better player today.

Q. When you say you'll learn, you'll take a couple more days off or something like that?
ANA IVANOVIC: Well, obviously, it was hard. Because this is a big tournament, and we had also lot of commitments to do. A lot of things off the court, and that it takes energy sometimes.
So just trying to balance everything, and still, you know, to get good practice in. Conditions are a lot different. Yeah, but, it's just we have to, as professional athletes, try to adjust the best we can from week after week.

Q. You say you're still learning, but yet you're already No. 2 in the world. What do you feel it says about your potential that you're still learning, but you're already ranked so high?
ANA IVANOVIC: That's something that I'm really happy, because I have feeling that I can learn still so many new things. Every day, you know, I feel I'm learning something new. That gives me great motivation.
Because like you said, I already achieved a lot, but still I feel there is room for improvement. And that gives me a lot of satisfaction and motivation, and that's everything you want to have.

Q. So there is nothing but to look forward to the clay season now. Do you have to do some particular off‑court work to strengthen your body for the clay season before you go out there and start playing?
ANA IVANOVIC: Obviously, on the clay the matches are a little bit longer, so, you know, you've got to match more longer rallies. But my fitness coach has done a great job. I believe in his work and what he does with my fitness, so I have to keep working hard.
I have a big clay court season coming up, and I'm looking forward to it. But now I'll have some time off to rest and to recover and start working again.

Q. What will be your clay court schedule?
ANA IVANOVIC: The first tournament is Berlin. Obviously, I have Fed Cup at the end of April, and then the first tournament will be Berlin, Rome, and then French Open.

Q. How about the ankle? It's still tight, isn't it?
ANA IVANOVIC: It's just prevention. I haven't had any pain for a few weeks now, so I was really happy to be recovered so fast.

Q. About the clay court season, last year you obviously made your big breakthrough on the clay court season, but yet you're typically a power player. Did it surprise you that you made kind of your big break on clay?
ANA IVANOVIC: What I felt was the big break, I managed to be very patient, which took some time. But playing on clay, obviously, you have to maybe win points more than once, you know, during the rallies. So that's something I have to learn from last year to keep it going this year. Just, yeah, be patient, and still work hard for each point.

Q. It's been quite a similar story with you and Novak in the last ten days at Indian Wells. Then quite a few commitments and having to back it up here. Have you talked at all about it? Did you talk to each other following Indian Wells or in the week leading up to this?
ANA IVANOVIC: No, no, we haven't had chance to talk about it. We're both very busy. But I understand also for him, it was, obviously very disappointing to lose. You know, he's defending champion. But just he's also very young, and he's also learning.
You have to come back here and perform well and play, you know, really good tennis from the first chance. And opponents are very motivated to beat you and to perform better because they have nothing to lose, and they just play some great tennis.
Obviously, it's tougher for the top players. But, hey, that's why they are the top players.

Q. For Dutch tennis magazine, what can you tell me about your partnership with Sven Groenefeld, because you're always so positive about him?
ANA IVANOVIC: Yeah, he's helped me a lot. He gave me great support, and I'm so lucky and happy to have him on my side and to be working with him. Because since last year when I started spending more time with him on the court, I felt I improved a lot. He's very experienced, and he gave me a lot of advices.
He's been with the players before that won a Grand Slam and that won a big tournament, so that's definitely something I can learn from him. And I'm looking forward to see him again to work.

Q. But isn't it strange for you that maybe Sven is also involved with other players? He's not just coaching you, but he's coaching maybe your competitors in a way, you know?
ANA IVANOVIC: It is. It's obviously hard. But you have to have trust. I definitely have good communication with him and I trust him a lot, and it's not easy, as you said. It's not easy when I have to play another adidas player, because he obviously cannot advise me how to beat them. He can't sit in the box or he can't be there to support me, although we practice before.
So it is a little bit tough, you know, especially, for example, last year when I played against Justine in the final of French. It was such a big moment for me, and yet he couldn't be there.
It's tough, but that's the way it has to be. We just have to get the positives.

Q. Did you talk with Sven after the final at Roland Garros about what happened?
ANA IVANOVIC: Yeah. I mean, we spoke a lot. It was my nerves. You know, I couldn't really serve. We went over the match, we spoke about it, and I learned.

Q. But you don't feel that maybe you need like someone with you all the time? Someone who can coach you in every match? Because I can imagine, it's like you said, it's weird that sometimes you face an adidas player and you can't have coaching.
ANA IVANOVIC: It is. From time to time it would be nice to have him there all the time to talk, to have someone. But then on the other hand, in the past I had quite not pleasant experience with full‑time coaches. They just try to take too much control over all aspects of your life. It became too hard for both of us.
You know, with Sven, I feel we are working great, we have great communication, and we trust each other. But still we have a lot of time apart from each other, so we can appreciate the time we are working together.

Q. I have a question about Lindsay. Watching her, she took time out to start a family. All the time it takes to come back and playing well and what she did today. Do you kind of look at her and say, As a woman, I can have that kind of balance in my life? I can have children. I can still be a tennis champion.
ANA IVANOVIC: Obviously, yes. You know, it's quite individual. So it just shows her passion for tennis and her love for tennis, so it's great to see that. But, you know, like I said, it's very individual. You have to try to find what works best for you. You know, if you can find balance between your private life and tennis, you know.
You have to find some kind of balance, because if you are just into tennis, you know, what's happening here, sometimes it gets too much. You also have to have some time away from it and enjoy.

Q. You're a very gracious loser as well as being a gracious winner.
ANA IVANOVIC: Thank you.

Q. Have you always been that way when you were younger, or was it harder for you to come after a match and smile?
ANA IVANOVIC: Yeah, I used to cry a lot. (Laughing) I did. You know, when I was younger I was taking it really hard. But, you know, through the time you realize that losing is part of your career and part of everyone's career. So you just have to make sure that you don't make losses your defeats.

Q. If you didn't know that Lindsay was ranked number 33 coming into this match, what would you have thought her ranking would be after this match?
ANA IVANOVIC: Excuse me, can you repeat the question?

Q. If you didn't know Lindsay was ranked 33 based on her performance today, what would you have guessed her ranking would be?
ANA IVANOVIC: She played like a top 10 player easily today. She won Grand Slams before, and she was the No. 1 player. So she has the game. Today she played very well. So, you know, I'm glad to see her back, and I hope she can do well.

Q. How does the weight of her shot compare to the real big hitters at the moment?
ANA IVANOVIC: It's different. Because these days there are so many girls that are hitting really powerful, and they try to dominate the game. But with her it was different.
You know, she was playing also very deep, which other girls usually don't play as deep. So after the serve I felt straightaway under pressure. It was hard for me to direct the ball and control the court. That is something that she does really well.
So, yeah, I know these things I have to learn and to improve and practice on it, because in the future, maybe I'll have a chance to play against her again.


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#27 enamat

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Posted 04 April 2008 - 17:59

Muski Vogue o Ani
Courtly Behavior
Surging into tennis's top rankings, 19-year-old Ana Ivanovic leads the sport's Serbian uprising. By Tim Adams
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#28 w-tee

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 14:48

Ana na postanskoj marci/marki (ne znam kako se kaze pravilno :rolleyes: )

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#29 jelenacg

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Posted 16 April 2008 - 19:57

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#30 w-tee

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Posted 16 April 2008 - 20:31

srce moje malo, kako je ona meni slatka, lepa i pametna :rolleyes: :huh: :)
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