Re: Bojana Jovanovski...
Believe or not, but since June of 2009 Bojana Jovanovski played 22 months in the row without pause (every month at least one event, including 10 ITF tournaments from 2009-10 July, November and December where nobody playing). She push herself to do limits, and like in 2010 paycheck coming during this post-Australian part of HC season. She has obviously right now big problem with FATIGUE which symptoms are to not feel comfortable on court and footwork and basic shots (serve especially) is not like it used to be. Here is how such change is reflected on players results.
2011 start for Bojana:
Opening four events (+FC):
Wins: #19, #22, #24, #64, #84, #85, #94, #117, #138, #139 (all 3 TOP25 wins in straight sets)
Loses: #2, #11, #21, #25 (all loses is vs TOP25 opponents and all 4 is in three sets)
Last three events:
Wins: #95, #116, #123, #184, #187 (only one straight set wins)
Loses: #91, #120, #172 (only one three setter)
So from player which beat all non-TOP25 opponents (and vs TOP25 won 10 out of 18 sets!) Bojana so fast mutate into player which is not even able to face some TOP90 opponent, losing 10 out of 21 set which she played despite almost all this opponents are qualifiers or WC's. Let's hope she will done with this already in Miami and back amazing shape from Australia.
and I'm not even fan of Ana Ivanovic... just an objective observer who realize how perfect she is
AMAZING BELGRADE MIRACLE: In just three years (2008-2011) 5 different players born in same city reach world #1 in rankings and several GS titles and finals (WTA singles: Ana Ivanovic and Jelena Jankovic, ATP singles: Novak Djokovic, ATP doubles: Nenad Zimonjic and Daniel Nestor... with notable performances of Bojana Jovanovski, Janko Tipsarevic and Viktor Troicki which is also all three born in Belgrade)