MONTERREY – Former world number one Ana Ivanovic defeated Jovana Jaksic in straight sets in an all-Serbian final of the WTA Tour's Monterrey Open on Sunday. The second-seeded Ivanovic rolled over the unseeded Jaksic 6-2, 6-1 in just over an hour on the hardcourts to capture her 13th singles title and second of the season this year after winning in Auckland earlier. Ivanovic, who earned $110,000 with the win, fired four aces and saved five-of-seven break points to claim the title. She beat Danish star Caroline Wozniacki in the semi-finals to reach the championship match. The 20-year-old Jaksic was searching for her first WTA Tour singles crown. Jaksic finished with no aces, three double faults and saved four-of-10 break points but that were not enough to give her a maiden title.–AFP