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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old May 2nd, 2004, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Info about Ana Jovanovic

I heard that she is 16-0 this year is that true?


what did she won first?

and another awesome player from Serbia!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old May 2nd, 2004, 05:38 PM
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Her name is Ana IVANOVIĆ. She is 16 year old, and this year she won ITF 10K in Mallorca and now 50K in Gifu, after qualifying for both. She is currently our greatest prospect, really talented and powerful players. Her coach is Eric Van Harpen (ex Conhita's coach) and he says he believes she can be a great player some day.
And she looks good too.
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It's always cool to have some fresh blood on tour
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I saw Ana Ivanovic in 10k Mallorca and she has a great tennis. She is same Lindsay Davenport. Eric Van Harpen was with her.
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2004 must be the year of the young ones... eveywhere I look now, there is players winning on the challenger circuit born in 87, 88, 89 etc. It's been awhile since I've seen such young players doing well on the pro circuit at all. I wish they would relax the age restrictions just a bit for them to do better.
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Originally Posted by Elvira
2004 must be the year of the young ones... eveywhere I look now, there is players winning on the challenger circuit born in 87, 88, 89 etc. It's been awhile since I've seen such young players doing well on the pro circuit at all. I wish they would relax the age restrictions just a bit for them to do better.
I am really excited about the current group of young players starting on the tour. It seems that we have had a drought of truly promising youngsters the past few years and we are now about to get a flood of them. I expect 2005 to be an outstanding year for new talents.
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