Indian Wells & Victoria Azarenka

The Indian Wells Masters (now sponsored by BNP Paribas and officially called the BNP Paribas Open) is an annual tennis tournament held in Indian Wells, California, United States. Victoria Azarenka (born 31 July 1989) is a Belarusian professional tennis player. 5.0/5

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Victoria Azarenka defeats Serena Williams 64, 64 to win the title in Indian Wells. She'll return to the top 10…
Victoria Azarenka wins Indian Wells. Not the highest quality match but what a mental performance. Great to see her back in the big time.
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All indications are Victoria Azarenka intends to play French Open. Hasn't played since Indian Wells in March but train…
MARIA FINISHES THE YEAR RANKED 4 Maria will end 2013 at No.4 in the WTA rankings. This is the seventh time that Maria has ended the year ranked in the top 5 despite missing most of the second half of the year due to a shoulder injury. Highlights of 2013 include winning Indian Wells and Stuttgart and reaching the final at the French Open and the semis of the Australian Open. Here is the top 10: 1. Serena Williams (USA) 13260 2. Victoria Azarenka (BLR) 8046 3. Li Na (CHN) 6045 4. Maria Sharapova (RUS) 5891 5. Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) 5875 6. Petra Kvitova (CZE) 4775 7. Sara Errani (ITA) 4435 8. Jelena Jankovic (SRB) 4170 9. Angelique Kerber (GER) 3965 10. Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) 3520
Tennis - Victoria Azarenka wins first match since Indian Wells and is now 18-0 this year
Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from due 2 leg injury she suffered @ Indian Wells. She will be replaced by Lauren Davis
Victoria Azarenka and Sam Stosur both pull out of Indian Wells
BBC Sport - Victoria Azarenka and Sam Stosur pull out of Indian Wells
Azarenka pulls out of Indian Wells: Top seed Victoria Azarenka and seventh seed Sam Stosur pull out of ...
Top women's seeds Victoria Azarenka, Angelique Kerber and Samantha Stosur all advance to 3rd round at Indian Wells.
Roger Federer, Victoria Azarenka in Indian Wells to defend titles
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By Diane Pucin March 5, 2013, 5:27 p.m. Maria Sharapova considers the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells a hometown tournament. The Russian tennis pro has a home in Manhattan Beach, her parents have a home in Topanga Canyon and she even has a favorite Italian restaurant in Southern California, La Sosta Enoteca in Hermosa Beach. And so it makes Sharapova happy that she will be seeded second to Victoria Azarenka when the women's tournament begins Wednesday. Men's main draw play begins Friday. "I like this tournament because the people come to watch the tennis," Sharapova said. "As tennis players, when we see fans driving up, see a line of spectators, it's incredible." Sharapova, who turns 26 next month, is ranked No. 3 in the world. She is playing this event for the 11th time; she won in 2006 and lost in the final last year to Azarenka, currently No. 2. Top-ranked Serena Williams is not entered and hasn't played at Indian Wells since 2001. It was a relaxed and focused Sharapova who spoke about her continuing ...
The women's Indian Wells draw has been announced and once again Victoria Azarenka finds herself unbeaten heading into the tournament. See how we've predicted the draw to play out here:
BTB - Victoria Azarenka's carrying a 14-match win streak into Indian Wells. Can anyone stop her?
Djokovic, Federer, Azarenka to play Indian Wells: Four-time winner Roger Federer and top-ranked Victoria...
Roger Federer, Victoria Azarenka to defend titles at Indian Wells tournament - Washington Post
Tennis Now's Blair Henley reviews the Indian Wells prize money controversy, BILT by Agassi and Reyes, and Victoria Azarenka's new promo. Also get the latest from the ATP Tour Finals in London, and learn who Federer misses on tour. Follow us! | Now magazine:
2012: Return to No. 1, Career Grand Slam and Olympic silver medal Sharapova playing in the final of the 2012 Sony Ericsson Open Sharapova withdrew from the 2012 Brisbane International because of her ongoing ankle injury.[70] Her first tournament of the season was the 2012 Australian Open, where she was seeded fourth. Sharapova advanced to the fourth round conceding just five games, defeating Gisela Dulko, Jamie Hampton, and the 30th seed Angelique Kerber en route. In the fourth round, Sharapova defeated the fourteenth seed Sabine Lisicki in three sets, 3–6, 6–2, 6–3, to reach her first hardcourt Grand Slam quarterfinal in four years. She then defeated compatriot Ekaterina Makarova in straight sets, 6–2, 6–3, to reach the semifinals. There she defeated the world No. 2 Petra Kvitová, 6–2, 3–6, 6–4, to reach her third Australian Open final, and her sixth Grand Slam singles final overall. She lost to Victoria Azarenka in the final 3–6, 0–6. As a result her ranking improved to world No. 3. ...
I’m not quite sure how Victoria Azarenka, aka Mrs. Who!, managed to NOT win a tournament in six-and-a-half months (her last win was at Indian Wells). On the other hand, her play this year simply extended the narrative established two or more years ago, when she was a consistent, ever-on-the-cusp contender whose problem partially could be put down to bad luck. I’m not sure I can think of another player who so consistently failed to get that little break or hole in the draw that can transform a contender into a champ. But since she finally won her first Grand Slam title in Melbourne at the start of the year and vaulted to the top of the rankings, Azarenka has been able to play well enough to reclaim the No. 1 spot after losing it, and to mount the most formidable challenge to the undisputed superiority of Serena Williams. Guess which part of this write-up gets my juices flowing?
Victoria Azarenka danced when beating Sharapova at 2012 Indian Wells Final, And in the next Meeting! Masha KICKED her ***
STUTTGART, Germany (AP) Second-ranked Maria Sharapova cruised past top-ranked Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-4 on Sunday to win the Porsche Grand Prix for her first title of the year. Sharapova lost the finals of the Australian Open and Indian Wells this year to Azarenka, and the Russian had never beaten her rival from Belarus in four previous encounters in a final. Alright Maria.
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