IPTL 2015: Ana Ivanovic is So Gorgeous in Traditional Indian Dress [Photo]

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Bastian Schweinsteiger seems to be having a hard time but his other half Ana Ivanovic seems to be having a gala time in India.

The German midfielder suffered a humiliating exit from Champions League after Manchester United’s defeat to Wolfsburg. His fiancé on the other hand is gearing up for the latest edition of the International Premier Tennis League in India.

The World No 16 who has been with Schweinsteiger since September 2014 and got engaged earlier this year arrived in Delhi, India after her IPTL stints in Philippines and Japan.

And while in India, Ana took the opportunity to experience Indian culture by wearing the traditional Indian sari.

With her hair in a simple braid and wearing a golden chain, Ana looked beautiful in her light golden sari with beautiful embellishments on the blouse.


Ana Ivanovic poses by a swimming pool in Delhi India, wearing a traditional Indian sari dress

Ana who is representing the UAE Royals took to Instagram to share her latest picture with her 682,000 followers and wrote: “Greetings from India. I arrived in Delhi and of course I had to try the traditional Indian sari while I am here. What do you think guys?”


The 28-year-old shared this picture on Twitter of the dress being fitted before showing fans her finished look

Earlier on Thursday, Ana tweeted her excitement ahead of her IPTL tour to India and wrote: “Good morning Delhi. I am so excited to play here with the International Premier Tennis League later today. Who’s coming to watch?”

Ana’s UAE Royals fight Legendari Japan Warriors on Thursday in the first match in Delhi before facing home favourites Micromax Indian Aces on Saturday. The season then heads to Dubai and Singapore later this month.

Ana has been regularly posting her pictures on Instagram from her latest IPTL tour visits. While in Japan for her stint in IPTL, she posted a picture of her with the Golden Temple in the backdrop and also posted pictures of her visit to Kyoto.

The International Premier Tennis League, started in 2014 and  features a host of tennis’ top players lining up for five Asian teams – UAE Royals, Legendari Japan Warriors, Micromax Indian Aces, Singapore Slammers and Philippine Mavericks.

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