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Examples of "ana_vrljić"
Ana Vrljić (born 1 August 1984) is a professional Croatian female tennis player.
Elitsa Kostova / Barbara Sobaszkiewicz def. Ani Mijačika / Ana Vrljić, 1–6, 6–3, [12–10]
Beygelzimer and Savchuk won the title, defeating Vera Dushevina and Ana Vrljić in the final, 2–6, 6–4, [10–8].
Viktorija Golubic and Aliaksandra Sasnovich won the title, defeating Stéphanie Foretz and Ana Vrljić in the final, 6–4, 7–5.
Elitsa Kostova and Barbara Sobaszkiewicz won the title, defeating Ani Mijačika and Ana Vrljić 1–6, 6–3, [12–10] in the final.
Julie Coin and Ana Vrljić were the defending champions, having won the event in 2013, however Vrljić chose to participate at Tampico instead, whilst Coin chose not to participate.
Séverine Beltrame and Julie Coin were the defending champions, having won the event in 2012, but Beltrame had announced her retirement from professional tennis in June 2013. Coin partnered up with Ana Vrljić as the third seeds.
In April and May she met the first real successes. First, at the ITF $50,000 tournament in Makarska, Halep began her campaign with wins over Ana Vrljić of Croatia and an upset victory over Ksenia Pervak. She defeated Anne Schäfer, without dropping a game, and beat second seeded Arantxa Rus to advance to the final. However, Halep fell to the top seed Tatjana Malek in three sets.
After fruitless tournaments in September, Linette started to compete in successive indoor hard events in France and got more success. She reached the semifinals at $50,000 Joué-lès-Tours with victories over Valeria Savinykh, Ana Vrljić and Marta Domachowska, only losing to Mirjana Lučić-Baroni. The week after, she won her eighth doubles title, pairing up with Viktorija Golubic. Finally, she competed in her very first $50,000+H singles final in Nantes beating en route Sofia Arvidsson and Claire Feuerstein but falling to in-form player Aliaksandra Sasnovich (6–4 4–6 2–6). This performance made her advance to No.148 in singles.
Bondarenko managed to qualify for Baku by beating Jovana Jakšić in straight sets but she lost in the first round to Julia Glushko in three sets. She received a wildcard into the first round of Tashkent where she fell to the top seed and defending champion Bojana Jovanovski in a tight three set match. She won a 25k event in Monterrey by beating Ana Vrljić 6-1 7-5. A few weeks later she won a 50k event in Macon by beating Grace Min in the final in two sets. Her last tournament of the year was 50k event in Captiva Island, where she was beaten by Julia Glushko in three sets.
She then travelled to Paris for the 2013 French Open. In the Women's Singles draw she need to gain entry through the qualifying draw. She won her first match against Ana Vrljić but lost to 21st seed Irina Falconi in a tough 3-set match. In the Women's Doubles she again played alongside Ashleigh Barty, they were seeded 14th. But they lost in the opening round in 3-sets. In the mixed doubles, she partnered defending champion Mahesh Bhupathi. They also lost in the first round.
Keothavong started her 2006 season by losing in the first round of qualifying for the Brisbane International (tier III), the final round of qualifying for the Moorilla Hobart International (tier IV) and the second round of qualifying for the Australian Open. In February, Keothavong returned to Britain and reached the final of the ITF tournament in Jersey where she beat Ana Vrljić to win the title. She then entered the $25,000 ITF tournament in Sunderland where she beat four compatriots; Melanie South, Rebecca Llewellyn, Sarah Coles and Katie O'Brien in straight sets to reach the final where she was beaten by Elise Tamaëla. Later in February, Keothavong reached the quarterfinals of an ITF tournament in Orange ($25,000) and one month later, in March, she reached another ITF final, again $25,000. In April she reached the semifinals of the $25,000 ITF event in Patras and competed for Great Britain in the Fed Cup where she won one of her three singles rubbers. She qualified for the Internationaux de Strasbourg, a tier III tournament, where she lost to Anna Smashnova in the first round.
Date then played in the main draw of the international event in Pattaya City, Thailand. In the first round, she was defeated by the 8th-seeded Slovak Magdaléna Rybáriková in three sets, 2–6 6–4 4–6. She then reached the quarter-finals of an ITF event in Clearwater, Florida, beating Lauren Embree of the USA and fellow Japanese player Aiko Nakamura before losing to third-seeded Slovak Jarmila Groth in three sets, 6–3 5–7 5–7. She then played at a $25,000 ITF event in Hammond, Louisiana where she breezed past qualifier Heidi El Tabakh 6–2 6–0. She then beat American Lauren Albanese in the round of 16 for a place in the quarter-finals where she lost to qualifier Lindsay Lee-Waters in three sets. Date moved onto the $75,000 ITF in Monzón Spain, her first European event since July 1996. Seeded sixth, victories over Spaniard Eva Fernandez-Bruges and Croat Ana Vrljić took her to the quarter finals. In the quarter finals she beat British top seed Elena Baltacha 5–7, 6–4, 7–6 she followed that win by beating Arantxa Parra Santonja 6–4 7–5 to reach the final. In the final Date earned a 7–5, 6–2 victory over Romanian qualifier Alexandra Dulgheru to claim the biggest title of her comeback that far.