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spiritedenergy
Feb 9th, 2010, 06:26 PM
I think Ana has hit a wall... she is not going anywhere but down. And her management doesn't seem to care apart from organizing photoshoots and planning to build things in Belgrade. Dan Holzmann is not a tennis manager, i believe he did his job bringing Ana to the top but she must leave him now... what do YOU think?

-NAJ-
Feb 9th, 2010, 07:22 PM
she can't just change management. that people helped her on start and they probably have strong contract.
btw these people are not saying instead her after matches " i played good, my tennis i back and other crazy things". Main problem is her approach to tennis and attitude on court.
probably moves from her team have to do with her bad result but that is not the main problem
she is out of Dubai she will have one month before IW, lets wait and see is she capable to improve her game and starts new chapter in her career

I don't know:confused:

spiritedenergy
Feb 9th, 2010, 08:31 PM
she can't just change management. that people helped her on start and they probably have strong contract.
btw these people are not saying instead her after matches " i played good, my tennis i back and other crazy things". Main problem is her approach to tennis and attitude on court.
probably moves from her team have to do with her bad result but that is not the main problem
she is out of Dubai she will have one month before IW, lets wait and see is she capable to improve her game and starts new chapter in her career

I don't know:confused:

at least she should hire a full time coach and fitness trainer, unless she does that it means she'll be getting worse and worse

lena_000
Feb 16th, 2010, 05:27 PM
I think the problem isn't in management, it's in her willing to play as she can the best. All is in her head, talent is there.
Maybe, the problem is on focusing so much on the other part of her life.
I don't want to that say she don't need boyfriend, but she need to focus more on tennis.

That's my opinion, but...

She knows the best what she want of her life...

Exiliado
Feb 25th, 2010, 11:37 AM
Money is a bad thing. Since Ana was n1 she changed her mind. It was too much money. She is becoming a product, a model not a tennis player. Maybe the change of manager could help. I don't know.

Tenis Srbija
Feb 25th, 2010, 12:11 PM
She will never change her manager. The guy made Ana Ivanović, you should know. Thanks to him she is a multi-millioner, and stil counting...and will be counting for years to come.

claypova
Apr 14th, 2010, 01:59 AM
She's going down .. so of course