Ana Ivanovic Won’t Comment On Her Rumored Engagement To Bastian Schweinsteiger
by Tom Gainey | May 29th, 2015, 10:31 am

Following her third round 63, 60 win today over Donna Vekic, Ana Ivanovic was asked about the support she gets from her boyfriend and rumoured fiancee Bastian Schweinsteiger who was sitting courtside.

“It’s great having a great team around you and positive people and the support,” the 2008 French Open champion said, stopping short of mentioning Schweinsteiger’s name. “You know, there is nothing better than that.”

Ivanovic will meet Ekatarina Makrarova in the fourth round on Sunday.

“After the first two matches I really started to get a little bit of feeling and groove, and I had an easy day yesterday,” Ivanovic said. “Today I really had a strict game plan. I had an idea what I wanted to do, and obviously the confidence from the first two matches helped me in today’s performance, as well.

“Those first two matches I really felt like I had kind of a slow start, and it was something I really wanted to change today. I was happy I did that. I was really happy that I was able to change that.”

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4 Comments for Ana Ivanovic Won’t Comment On Her Rumored Engagement To Bastian Schweinsteiger

jane Says:

she did very well against her young opponent. does she have a decent draw? it’d be nice to see ana get some consistent form back.

sharpie just broke stosur.

Giles Says:

Hey Ana, another engagement? Lol

Emily Says:

Ana has a great draw, considering all the upsets. Glad to see she got her game back together after her first two matches

jane Says:

thanks emily… i should check it out.

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