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Question Do some Serbian Players (Ana & Jelena ++...) will change their nationality...

now that Montenegro is independant?

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Ana won't 'cos she was born in Belgrade wich is in Serbia and about Jankovic I have no Idea

I wonder if Dokic will chance again Just kidding I love Dokic

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No. They are all from Serbia, they have nothing to do with Montenegro. So, they will stay Serbians (or Serbs, as you like)

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Jankovic is definitely not.
Ana's father is Montenegrin but she's born in Belgrade and has lived there all her life, so it's also very unlikely.

The only one who will play for Montenegro is Danica Krstajic (ranked in 200s).
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now that Montenegro will be independant?

And Montenegro is independent now .

Serbia and Montenegro are not a country anyomre since 5 of june.

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And Montenegro is independent now .

Serbia and Montenegro are not a country anyomre since 5 of june.
yeah, i know. Gram issues, i'm editing.

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they are born and live in Serbia. No offense but we will never hear of montenegro again at least as far as tennis is concerned
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I heard, Ana wanted become a swiss player.
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I heard, Ana wanted become a swiss player.
Yeah and I read in some brit tabloid djokovic wanted to move to britain to become another great british tennis star before he said it's a load of BS and they should be happy with what they have
Hell even Murray lives and trains in Spain
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I heard, Ana wanted become a swiss player.
i heard that was just rumours

and yeah, it does seem that montenegro does not have much to offer in sports. i wonder how will all this affect the waterpolo team? i don't want hungary to dominate again
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Yeah and I read in some brit tabloid djokovic wanted to move to britain to become another great british tennis star
Yeah, the german eurosport commentators said that too.
Why do the serbian player all want to change their nationality?
Seles, Dokic, Ivanovic, Djokovic...
Well, if Jelena J. wants to become german, she´s welcome.
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doesn't Ana consider to be Swiss?
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doesn't Ana consider to be Swiss?
No.
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from what i know ana does not consider to be a swiss and in fact won't be in switzerland very often in the future.
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and yeah, it does seem that montenegro does not have much to offer in sports. i wonder how will all this affect the waterpolo team? i don't want hungary to dominate again
It will affect them immensely. Basically it's 50% Serbian, 50% Montenegrin now. Both teams will be considerably weaker when they split. Also, Montenegro have better junior players.
So, be prepared for another Hungarian domination.
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