; born 6 November 1987) is a retired Serbian professional tennis player. 1 in the world in 2008, she defeated Dinara Safina to win the 2008 French Open, was the runner-up at the 2007 French Open Competing as a professional from 2003 until 2016, Ivanovic won 15 WTA Tour singles titles, including one Grand Slam singles title, the French Open in 2008.
Additionally during this time, she earned over million in prize money, which is the 20th highest in the all-time rankings.
One of the most beautiful women’s tennis players is not always so lucky in love.
I even remember one interview in which she said that guys don’t actually approach her. He’s British-born, lives in Monaco, used to play tennis, but never excelled, also plays golf and polo, is super rich, works in the big and successful Bombardier company which produces planes, trains and yachts.
The pair was together from November 2008 to January 2009.
Her past love pursuits include fellow top tennis player Fernando Verdasco from Spain and Australian golfer Adam Scott, but in the summer of 2012 Ivanovic revealed her single status and said her focus was on career. In addition, Mark accompanied her on the airport on her arrival for the Australian Open. Moreover, Mark frequently visits Ana’s hometown of Belgrade where he also attended the Serbia Open tournament, which used to be owned by his good friend Novak Djokovic.
Things have definitely changed as the 25-year-old was spotted on an Australian beach (you know how much she loves them! Mark is often seen traveling with Djokovic and supporting him as part of his team. It is some sort of security that Mark is Novak’s friend and Ana and Novak have been close since childhood.
She also defeated many other past and present top players including Maria Sharapova, Venus and Serena Williams, Dinara Safina, Martina Hingis, Jelena Janković, Agnieszka Radwańska, Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Kvitová, Simona Halep, Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka.
When on form, Ivanovic was known for her aggressive style of play and impressive forehand, described by Petrova as "the best out there." and endured an ongoing period of reduced success, failing to make a Grand Slam quarterfinal in her subsequent 17 Grand Slam tournaments, and dropping as low as No. In 2014, Ivanovic enjoyed a resurgence, beginning with her victory in the Auckland Open, her first singles title in over two years, before going on to win the Monterrey Open, Aegon Classic and the Pan Pacific Open.