On December 28, 2016, Ana Ivanovic announced her retirement from tennis at just 29 years old and 13 as a professional. However, it seems that the book was not stopped and there is still ink in that pen.
This arose as a result of information from his country, Serbia, and the possibility of contesting the WTA 250 in Belgrade, in five weeks.
Winner of a Grand Slam after beating Dinara Safina in the 2008 Roland Garros final, Ivanovic reached the second Grand Slam final at Australia 2008 losing it to María Sharápova.
Tournament director Djordje Djokovic confirmed on local TV show You do not go that having a local tennis player of his talent would be a great surprise.
“We are proud to have managed to bring so much the WTA 250 tournament. Women’s tennis deserved to have a tournament, when we look at all the Grand Slam champions we had, we hope to motivate our girls to push better and better on the roster. It is very soon. to talk about female players, we signed the license seven or ten days ago. We will be able to use the infrastructure and we want to bring our tennis ambassadors, “explained Djordje, and when asked by the host if he was referring to Ana Ivanović, Djoković replied briefly:” Yes “.
It only remains to wait if there are still pages to be written in that book that only has one pen: Ivanovic’s.