Another interesting article:
It's almost an introduction to Donna and Ana (Konjuh) for those who don't follow tennis as much, and the article on occasion sounds like it's been written by someone who doesn't follow tennis as much also. For example, they say Donna reminds of Lucic? If they're talking about the game it's clar that they don't know much at all about tennis, cause Ana's game is considerably more similar to that of Lucic. If it is because she has long, (dyed) blond hair, well, going by that they can say Sabine Lisicki reminds of Mirjana too. They also state that Ana shocked the tennis world by winning Eddie Herr...? Wasn't she one of the seeds? Didn't she reach the quarters of Wimbledon doubles before that? It's not exactly as if she came out of nowhere to win it.
But onto the important stuff - alegedly someone from Donna's camp said that the goal for 2013 is to try to establish her as a top 50 player. Well talk about ambitious goals. However, I wonder how achievable is it. A player ranked that high has around 1200 points, which would mean that Donna would have to collect about 100 per month, or about 120 if her season is to be shorter than the year by two months (as it often is for players). Since she is limited in the number of events, she probably won't play more than one event on most months of the year, which means that she'd have to make about 100 pts in that one event. This would make it impossible for her to enter any 25k or 50k tournaments, cause only 50k+H and above events offer close to 100 pts or more.
The article also says some stuff we already know, like that she is happy and honered to play Fed Cup, that she can't wait to play against the best ones out there in Melbourne, that they have a strict plan and are sticking to it, that she sticks to eating the same meal throughout the week as long as she is winning (wacko-jacko), that she is prone to oscillations in the game due to inexperience and that's pretty much it.
And, oh yeah, they call the girls "two croatian jewels in Melbourne"