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The American women’s national team is in the midst of a historic season
In a city that’s becoming increasingly welcoming to female athletes, the story of Ana Bogdanovic is unique and inspiring — a fighter who has overcome all odds.
“She is a true champion and has many accomplishments to her name,” says American captain and former college football player Carli Lloyd.
And in just a few moments, Ana Bogdanovic would become a world champion.
Ana Bogdanovic is back in the US after winning the US Open and becoming the first female player to win Wimbledon since 1981. But she didn’t make her return to Grand Slam tennis this week — she went on a trip to Belgrade, Serbia — and she wouldn’t be here on Tuesday.
In fact, she’s not part of the US squad for this year’s Wimbledon tournament, which starts today.
But she is a member of the World Team Tennis squad, along with partner Karen Khachanov, which is competing in the World Team Championships in Basel, Switzerland, beginning on Sept. 2.
“This is the team I have been playing with my entire life,” Bogdanovic told the Guardian after her career ended. “I always wanted to play tennis with these people. I tried to be a part of the US team last year and I was with them on court in the finals of the U.S. Open. This is my first time competing on the Grand Slam court and I had to start from scratch. I’m feeling good, but I have to give it all for my teammates and everyone else at the National Team.
“I’m not satisfied with myself, because I didn�