Ivanovic fell to world No. Nonetheless, in 2013, under the tutelage of Nigel Sears, her ball tosses become more consistent, allowing her to build her game on her powerful first serves. At the , a event, she lost to Serena Williams in the quarterfinals. Go to the next step you can now connect to an activity. A week later, she lost to in the second round of the. When asked why Ivanovic has posed such a problem for herself, Janković remarked that she struggles to read Ivanovic's game mostly due to the fact Ivanovic likes to play short points.
Ivanovic then cruised into semifinals. She also failed to make it to the quarter final of her subsequent 17 Grand Slams tournament. Despite defeating Halep in her final round-robin match, Ivanovic was unable to progress since she dropped a set in the process. Ivanovic ended the year ranked 22, the first time she had been ranked outside the top 20 since July 2005. She began the season of 2015 by playing and making it to finals of Brisbane International but she lost against Kaia Kanepi.
Ivanovic lost her first rubber against Lucie Šafářová, but won her second against Petra Kvitová. Ivanovic then participated in where she made it all the way to the final, achieving back-to-back finals for the first time in her career. Archived from on 1 January 2014. She marked some personal achievements: this was her 52nd win and fourth title of the season, both personal bests. Hard Round robin Janković 6—3, 6—4 1:29 6 2 10. At , Ivanovic defeated world No.
Ivanovic again lost after first set at love, to in first round at the. Serbia then lost the deciding tie in mixed doubles. Hard i R16 Ivanovic 6—2, 6—1 0:51 1 0 2. Ivanovic dropped her opener in Cincinnati to. However, Ivanovic won five of the next six meetings, including the quarterfinals of the when Petrova retired but after Ivanovic had won the first nine games, and the semifinals of the in Bali, which Ivanovic won in straight sets. She was granted a wildcard into the , and received a bye in the first round due to her semifinal appearance at the Italian Open.
Chock-full of more hotties than a , the event is one of the world's preeminent Grand Slam competitions. She went on to defeat Dinara Safina in straight sets in the final, winning her first and only singles title. Ivanovic was defeated in the first round of Wimbledon by 13th seed , and as a consequence saw her ranking drop to world No. Ivanovic made it to the third round of the , before losing to. At the , Ivanovic was seeded 8th, her highest Grand Slam seeding since the 2009 French Open. Ivanovic then played in , losing to in round two; she then competed at the China Open reaching the third round, losing to in straight sets.
Of course, we feel like it sometimes, but if the feelings continue for a long life is quite unbearable. She lost in the second round to Jelena Janković, despite leading by a set and a break. Love is really difficult experience if you do not really love yourself. Seeking the true meaning of happiness is far from the ultimate goal of everyone in life. She lost her first round of Auckland Open to British qualifier, Naomi Broady. Nobody likes to feel that their life takes place in an infinite number, anywhere.
In the first round she beat American in straight sets only allowing her opponent to win three games, but was upset by unseeded Czech in the second round in two close sets. After their match in Indian Wells in 2011 however, Ivanovic stated she felt there were no real issues with Janković and both agreed that they have both put the past behind them, an opinion echoed again by Janković after their Australian Open encounter in 2013. On set point for Bouchard, Ivanovic double-faulted. At her next tournament in , she lost just three games against Sabine Lisicki in the second round, but struggles continued as she lost to Karolína Plíšková in three sets.
Ivanovic ended the year at No. But she then retired in second set against Agnieszka Radwańska in the quarterfinals due to a back injury. Not just tennis courts mind you. In the quarterfinals she beat No.
She lost in the first round to Dominika Cibulková in three sets. Sharapova leads 6—1 on hard courts and 4—2 on clay. At , she won her first round match-up against , but in the second round Ivanovic would be knocked out of the tournament by. She made it to the finals, where she defeated Kleybanova for her tenth career title and her second of the year. She lost to Lucie Šafářová in two tight sets despite being up 5—2 in the first set. In the last eight, she was edged out by Samantha Stosur, who had also beaten her in the semifinals the year before.