Ivanovic: Bouchard is hard to read

by: Matt Cronin January 21, 2014

Tags: Ana Ivanovic

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After suffering a three-set loss to Eugenie Bouchard in the Australian Open quarterfinals, Ana Ivanovic has high praise for the 19-year-old Canadian's game and potential.

“She's a very aggressive player,” Ivanovic said. “It's sometimes very hard to read her game. There is no really patterns like with other players you have. She's a great mover. But she's definitely brave. She's young. She has nothing to lose. I think she's a very great player with a bright future.”

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