But she has a lot to brag about as a professional tennis player. Anna reached two more Grand Slam finals, at Roland Garros in 2007 and the Australian Open in 2008. She also reached the semifinals at Wimbledon in 2007, while her best US Open finish was the quarterfinals in 2012. The Serbian won three tournaments of the first category, namely in Berlin, Montreal and Indian Wells. In 2010 and 2011, she won the last tournament of the season, the so-called consolation tournament of the WTA Masters on the island of Bali.
With her teammates from the national team of Serbia, she reached the Fed Cup final in 2012. She also participated in the Summer Olympic Games in London. She was also a finalist at the Hopman Cup in 2013, partnering Novak Djokovic.
Ana Ivanovic ended her professional tennis career in 2016, shortly after her wedding, but is still in demand for advertisements for various brands. Curiously, the Serbian beauty is still among Adidas’ highest paid athletes. To this day, when she trains in her spare time, she dresses in the equipment of the German sports concern.
Her husband Bastian Schweinsteiger is also connected to Germany. He was born in this country and is among Germany’s most legendary footballers. Bastian won numerous honors with Bayer (Munich), including eight German titles, seven domestic cups, one Champions League, one Club World Cup and one UEFA Super Cup. The former player and captain of the German national team became a world champion with the Bundesliga in 2014.
The two star athletes had a fairytale wedding on July 12, 2016. 31-year-old Bastian Schweinsteiger, at the time, was still the captain of the Bundesliga, while 28-year-old Anna was already a former No. 1 in women’s tennis. They got married at the town hall in Venice. They are accompanied by skier Felix Neureuter, who has been Bastian’s friend since childhood. The former athletes now have three boys and live in the Swiss city of Basel.