Hard-luck Croat Mario Ancic is desperately working for another comeback after several years of battling glandular fever, training over the holiday period with his coach in the heartland of Swedish tennis, Vaxjo. Since 2007, it's been a struggle with his health rather than ATP opponents for the legally-trained Ancic, 25 and now ranked 95th in the world. His illness returned six times to thwart his efforts of returning full-time to the circuit. And Ancic is concerned only about taking baby steps to get himself back into the game. “I don't even want to consider a return to the Top 10," said the one-time No. 7. "The most important thing is to start to roll now.” Ancic is pointing towards a possible Davis Cup appearance for the March tie against Ecuador, followed by the winner from Serbia and the US. “I'm in Sweden, preparing for a new start,” says Ancic, who spoke with Magnus Norman, a former hip surgery subject and a former player familiar with comeback efforts. "He told me that the most important thing is to start playing as soon as possible and play as much as possible”, said Ancic. http://www.tennistalk.com/en/news/20091222/Ancic_hoping_seventh_return_to_tennis_sticks Nice to see Norman (Soderlings coach) lending out a hand. Ancic at his best, is definitely one of the most talented serve/volleyers left on the tour. Good luck to him.