La WTA l'ha classificata come numero uno al mondo in singolare in cinque diverse occasioni, per un totale di 21 settimane.È diventata numero uno per la prima volta a 18 anni il 22 agosto 2005 e per l'ultima volta nel luglio 2012.Nel 2012 si è aggiudicata la medaglia d'argento in singolare alle Olimpiadi di Londra, nella sua unica Olimpiade giocata.After all, she beat World No.1 Serena Williams this year at the Australian Open, someone who most women on the WTA tour consider unbeatable even at 32.Â Whether she will ever win another one of those major titles or whether she will again enjoy the World No.1 ranking is debatable but the charm and beauty that Ana brings with her game is something that can never be taken away from her.When Serbian tennis sensation Ana Ivanovic won the 2008 French Open title to become the new World No.1, she left the title of the new 'pin-up girl' of tennis far behind.Although Ana has not been able to win another Grand Slam title since then, she still has the same edge in her game and is only getting better. The 27-year-old Serbian tennis stud won his seventh major and second Wimbledon Sunday, and he will be celebrating something even bigger a few days later: a marriage. The guest list reportedly includes many Serbian tennis players and other members of the tennis world, including Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsarevic, Ana Ivanovic, Jelena Jankovic, Nenad Zimonjic, Andy Murray and Maria Sharapova.Djokovic and his longtime girlfriend Jelena Ristic are getting married, and Blic Online reports that the wedding is scheduled for Wednesday the 9th, just three days after the conclusion of Wimbledon. Murray was bounced from Wimbledon in the quarterfinals and also is said to be planning a wedding in the near future.
She’ll be 6 months pregnant at the time of their marriage.
Serena Williams had to come from behind to beat quality Swiss Timea Bacsinszky, while Czech Lucie Safarova secured a berth in Saturday's women's French Open final by ousting former champion Ana Ivanovic in straight sets. Ivanović's mother Dragana, a lawyer, supports her daughter during most of her matches.
Her father Miroslav, a self-employed businessman, attends as many events as he possibly can.
Questo risultato le valse l'ingresso nella top 100, ma soprattutto l'accesso al tabellone di Wimbledon tramite una wild card.
Nel 2002 esordì nel circuito maggiore WTA grazie a una wild card ottenuta a Indian Wells: al primo turno superò in tre set la numero 302 del ranking, Brie Rippner.