Nadie destrona a la bella Ana Ivanovic

Moscú, 21 de junio, RIA Novosti. La serbia Ana Ivanovic es la tenista más atractiva por el quinto año consecutivo según el portal tennisreporters.net, informó hoy News of the World.

Moscú, 21 de junio, RIA Novosti. La serbia Ana Ivanovic es la tenista más atractiva por el quinto año consecutivo según el portal tennisreporters.net, informó hoy News of the World.

Nadie destrona a la bella Ana Ivanovic Actualmente, la bella deportista de 22 años, ocupa el puesto 45 en el ránking mundial de tenis.

En torneo anual de tenis de Wimbledon, que comienza hoy en Londres, la serbia se enfrentará en la primera vuelta a la israelí Shahar Peer.

"Me gusta jugar en Inglaterra y la victoria en Wimbledon es uno de mis sueños", reconoció la atractiva tenista.

Via | sp.rian.ru
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eFQhDgH6r1 /Wednesday, December 23, 2015

that he is not going to apologise for Serena mainkg her comments about being the true No. 1 because the time had now come to start calling out those ladies who are unable to step up and take their opportunities. CaroW also relies too much on her coach coming on court and that is going to be her major downfall. What is the WTA going to do next, tell the ITF to allow coaches to come down during a Wimbledon final and coach his charge. I am sure the AELTC will have a big laugh about that one. ://wmvpwae.com [url=://mmnpzbvzlke.com]mmnpzbvzlke[/url] [link=://hzafyjovvjz.com]hzafyjovvjz[/link]

UmeNImrbaU /Tuesday, December 22, 2015

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csE8B7i9GwtM /Monday, December 21, 2015

Savannah so true on that one. Whilst Dinara may have confidence in wininng the tour titles etc, the fact is that the poor girl can hardly play a point without calling on her coach, the same as you say goes for Wozniacki. Wozniacki I like but she has just got to stop calling her dad at every given opportunity. I also thought that the calling of coaches was supposed to engage the fans - how can the fans be engaged when most of the players converse with their coaches in their native languages. Of the view who speak in English, we get it, but most players prefer to converse in their mother tongue. How does that help me ascertain how the coach is helping his charge? ://bktvkf.com [url=://fqdyjdhglw.com]fqdyjdhglw[/url] [link=://hlwedx.com]hlwedx[/link]

VxB2DtQSSH /Saturday, December 19, 2015

Vaya! Cu nto tiempo. Pido "://qubqcw.com"> dcpiulsas a los lectores, te aseguro que es muuuucho mejor que no escriba en ingl s. Ser paciente y espero seguir ley ndote. Saludos desde la vieja Espa a.

bLSlVB4tqX /Saturday, December 19, 2015

This is really itrnteseing. We have always been very big on sharing in our house but it is nice to know the overwhelmingly, our children innately want to share!

lRE5a7XzzHZ9 /Sunday, October 11, 2015

The tennis world deeencdsd on Madrid, Spain last week for the 2013 Mutua Madrid Open and the Spanish capital suddenly transformed into a graveyard for the top players. Men’s world number one Novak Djokovic was stunned in the second round by upstart Grigor Dimitrov and second-ranked Roger Federer succumbed to Kei Nishikori. Among the WTA’s top seeds, Victoria Azarenka was ousted by Ekaterina Makarova and Agnieszka Radwanska was dismantled by British sensation Laura Robson, 6-3 6-1. Also, American rising star Madison Keys, a lucky loser, shocked No. 5 seed Li Na 6-3 6-2 in the first round. Despite the catalogue of upsets, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams emerged victorious on Sunday, capturing their third and second Madrid titles, respectively. Nadal extended his winning streak to 10 matches, winning his fifth title of 2013. Williams, meanwhile, won her 19th match in a row and fourth title of the year. Both players have separated themselves as the prohibitive favorites heading into the year’s second Grand Slam. For more on the Mutua Madrid Open, check out my recap of player/umpire disputes.

G8jP6g5eDj /Saturday, October 10, 2015

The tennis world dedcensed on Madrid, Spain last week for the 2013 Mutua Madrid Open and the Spanish capital suddenly transformed into a graveyard for the top players. Men’s world number one Novak Djokovic was stunned in the second round by upstart Grigor Dimitrov and second-ranked Roger Federer succumbed to Kei Nishikori. Among the WTA’s top seeds, Victoria Azarenka was ousted by Ekaterina Makarova and Agnieszka Radwanska was dismantled by British sensation Laura Robson, 6-3 6-1. Also, American rising star Madison Keys, a lucky loser, shocked No. 5 seed Li Na 6-3 6-2 in the first round. Despite the catalogue of upsets, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams emerged victorious on Sunday, capturing their third and second Madrid titles, respectively. Nadal extended his winning streak to 10 matches, winning his fifth title of 2013. Williams, meanwhile, won her 19th match in a row and fourth title of the year. Both players have separated themselves as the prohibitive favorites heading into the year’s second Grand Slam. For more on the Mutua Madrid Open, check out my recap of player/umpire disputes.

Jonas /Tuesday, July 13, 2010

si en el tenis no despega no importa por que igual sigue dando que hablar fuera de las canchas.

Mike /Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Esta chica me quita los sueños definitivamente...





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