Net Worth: $7 Million
Ana Ivanovic is a Serbian tennis player which has an estimated net worth of $7 million.
Ana Ivanovic started her career when she was five years old, after watching fellow Yugoslavs Monica Seles on television.
During the time that she underwent training in 1999, she needed to practice early in the morning just to avoid NATO bombing. And during the winter season, due to lack of tennis facilities, she used abandoned swimming pool to hone her skills as a tennis player.
In 2004, she reached the finals in the Junior Wimbledon tournament where she lost to Kateryna Bondarenko.
During the Zurich Open in 2004, she qualified and defeated Venus Williams in the second round in two tiebreak sets. In 2008, Ivanovic was the first Serbian and third Yugoslav woman to nab the Grand Slam Singles where she won the coveted French Open.
In 2013 Wimbledon Championships, she won the first round against France’s Virginie Razzano then during the second round, she was defeated by Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard.
She was nominated for U.S. Secretary of State’s 2007 International Women of Courage Award in 2007 and Best Female Tennis Player In Serbia in 2012.
Ana Ivanovic was born on November 6, 1987 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. She studied Finance in a university in Belgrade. Aside from speaking Serbian, she is fluent in English and Spanish. In 2007, she was hailed as UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia.