A Serbian tennis player, Ana Ivanovic started her career at the age of 5 and in the report of 2014 considered having an estimated net worth of $7 million. She was inspired for playing tennis after watching Monica Seles, who played for Yugoslavia, on television.
She went through training in 1999. During the winter season, due to lack of tennis facilities, she used to drop her classes of swimming to grind her skills as a tennis player.She reached the finals in the Junior Wimbledon tournament but she lost to Kateryna Bondarenko in 2004. She defeated Venus Williams in the second round in two tiebreak sets during the Zurich Open in 2004. She won the coveted French Open and became the first Serbian woman to grab the Grand Slam Singles in 2008. In Wimbledon Championships, in 2013, she won the first round which was against France’s Virginie Razzano but defeated by Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard in the second round.
She was nominated for U.S. Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award in 2007 and Best Female Tennis Player in Serbia in 2012.
Height in cm/m – 184 cm / 1.84 m
Height in Inches – 72.44 inches
Height with Shoes/Heels – 6 feet 2.5 inches -6″ 3′
Weight in 2014 kg and Lbs(Pounds) – 69 kg /207 pounds
Figure Size(Bust/Breast – Waist – Hips/Butt) – 34-26-33 inches
Bra Size(Cup) – 34B
Birthdate & Age in 2014 – 6th November, 1987 & 26 years
How Rich? Net Worth(in Dollars) – $245 Million
Eye Color – Greenish
Shoe Size(US) – 10.5
Above are the most likely measurements of Ana
- Ana was born on November 6, 1987 in Belgrade, Serbia and resides in Basel, Switzerland.
- Ivanovic was ranked No. 42 in the world on May 24 and entered the Australian Open with $7,209,722 in career prize money in 2010.
- She has appeared in three grand-slam finals, winning the 2008 French Open and was a runner-up in 2007 at Roland Garros and in 2008 at the Australian Open.
- She studied Finance in a university in Belgrade. Apart from speaking Serbian, she is also fluent in English and Spanish.
- Ivanovic became UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia on September 8, 2007.
Brands and Endorsements:It is said that tennis has four main sources of revenue i.e. ticket sales, corporate hospitality and media rights and sponsors. The last two usually goes hand in hand, with brands commiting on media exposure to market their products. For this visibility, in return, sponsors spill money both into the sport’s coffers and into the player’s pockets. In fact, Ana currently signed an agreement to wear adidas apparels and said she is pleasured about being chosen.
Ivanovic has appeared in a song called “Hurricane Ana”, which is produced by Collie Buddz and a Serbian rapper Filip Filipi. She was also appeared in international magazines such as FHM in Germany, United Kingdom and Australia publications, Vanity Fair in Spain, Cosmopolitan in Serbia, The Best Shop in Serbia ,Vanidades in Mexico, and Sports Illustrated in South Africa.
Controversies and Relationship:Ivanovic dated Australian golfer Adam Scott in 2010, but split in September at the same time when Ivanovic was undergoing with a run of poor performances which has left her 40th in the world rankings.But this pair reunified in 2011, before going separate ways again just one year later.