Serena Williams & French Open
Serena Jameka Williams (born September 26, 1981) is an American professional tennis player and a former world no. The French Open (or Tournoi de Roland-Garros, named after the famous French aviator Roland Garros) is a major tennis tournament held over two weeks between late May and early June in Paris, France, at the Stade Roland Garros. /5
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has won 88 matches at 86 at Wimbledon, 74 at Australian Open, 60 at French Open. Read:
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After losing to Mugu in the French Open final, Serena Williams smashed her entire back of tennis racquets and left them all in Paris.
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Serena Williams won the French Open today. She is pictured here winning it for the first time in 2002.
Serena Williams wins the French Open, Barca win the treble and American Pharoah wins the triple crown. What a Saturday!!
Serena does it! Serena Williams claims her 3rd French Open title and 20th career major over Lucie Safarova.
Serena Williams wins her third French Open title and 20th major singles trophy.
French Open 2015:Serena Williams rallies to make final - (via juice.li)
Timea Back In Ski was working at a hotel before she got back into tennis. Now, she will face Serena Williams at the French Open. Cool.
No. 1 Serena Williams cruises into the French Open semifinals with a straight-sets win over Sara Errani, 6-1 6-3.
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Serena Williams pushed all the way by Garbine Muguruza but books her place in Australian Open quarter-final Top seed Serena Williams overcame another slow start - and a coughing fit - to beat Garbine Muguruza in three sets and gain a measure of revenge for her defeat in the second round of the French Open.
CROOZEFM 2015: Hosts Equatorial Guinea and Claude Le Roy's Congo Brazzaville defied the odds to become the first teams to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday. The duo were considered the outsiders in Group A when the competition began, but Congo advanced in first place after beating Burkina Faso 2-1 while Equatorial Guinea sunk Gabon 2-0 amid emotional scenes in Bata. After drawing their first two matches at the tournament, the Nzalang Nacional had to beat Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Gabon to go through and did so to match their achievement of reaching the last eight as co-hosts in 2012. While Gabon go home, Equatorial Guinea advance to a quarter-final against the runners-up from Group B. A wide open Group B concludes today, when Tunisia need only a draw with DR Congo in Bata to advance, while Zambia, the 2012 champions, must beat Cape Verde to keep alive their hopes of going through. TENNIS: Serena Williams avoided another Grand Slam defeat by Spain's Garbine Muguruza as ...
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I never had respect for tennis players until I saw Serena Williams live at the French Open. Those people are ATHLETES!!!
Ana Ivanovic found a way yesterday to do what even Serena Williams had failed at this week - she just did not get the same reward for it. The Serb became the first at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals to break Simona Halep's serve and beat the Romanian, but even after winning 7-6 (9-7), 3-6, 6-3, she still found herself out of the tournament. The round-robin format of the season finale meant that Ivanovic needed to win the match in straight sets to beat Williams for a place in the semi-finals today. The 2008 French Open champion showed plenty of fight from the get go, her trademark chants of "Ajde" - Serbian for "come on" - filling the Singapore Indoor Stadium with each hard-fought point. Down 2-5 in the first set and just two points away from packing her bags for home, a miraculous comeback earned Ivanovic the next four games and the set after a tense tie-breaker. Said the 26-year-old: "I was completely with my back against the wall, and then I came up with amazing tennis at that point and worked really hard to ...
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I hope you were paying attention as Serena Williams won her 18thGrand Slam title against Caroline Wozniacki in Sunday’s U.S. Open Ladies Singles Final. Why? Because with that win, Serena Williams became simply the greatest American tennis player ever. Male or female. No asterisks. “I never dreamed that I could be compared to Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova,” Williams said in her post-match press conference. “I was just a kid with a dream and a racket living in Compton.” Here’s how the numbers lay out. With her 18th major, Serena tied Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. Evert, for all of her greatness and influence, isn’t quite a match for Serena. She did win her 18 majors in 56 majors for a .321 slam average, one fewer than Serena, whose Slam Average stands at .315. (Slam average can be computed by taking a player’s slam wins and dividing them by the total number of majors in which she competed) But Serena has two important edges—Serena won 13 majors in doubles, compared to only ...
Serena Williams hasn't won the Mixed Doubles titles at the Australian Open & French Open can she win those titles.
Tennis | WTA Serena, Ivanovic battle into Cincinnati final 17 August 2014, 07:28 Serena Williams rallied past Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki on Saturday to reach the Western and Southern Open final in Cincinnati where she will face Ana Ivanovic, an upset winner over French Open champion Maria Sharapova. Top-seeded Williams had to overcome a sluggish start to beat Wozniacki 2-6 6-2 6-4 while Serbian ninth seed Ivanovic eventually prevailed in a rollercoaster 6-2 5-7 7-5 win over the Russian fifth seed that lasted nearly three hours. The Cincinnati tournament is the last of the key tune-ups ahead of the August 25-September 8 US Open, the year's final Grand Slam, where Williams will defend her crown. The day's first semifinal was a rematch of the thrilling quarterfinal in Montreal earlier this month between Williams and Wozniacki that the American won in three sets. Williams looked a pale shadow of herself in the 29-minute first set as she held her serve only once and recorded twice as many unforced errors as ...
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Tennis | Wimbledon Kevin Anderson writes Sharapova out, Serena in health scare 01 July 2014, 20:04 Maria Sharapova suffered more Wimbledon heartache as the French Open champion crashed to a shock 7-6 (7/4), 4-6, 6-4 defeat against Germany's Angelique Kerber in the fourth round, while Serena Williams quit her doubles match after a health scare. Sharapova famously won Wimbledon aged 17 in 2004, but she has struggled to emulate that feat for much of the last decade and this was another dispiriting experience for the Russian as the ninth seed sealed a stunning Centre Court triumph on her seventh match point. The world No 5 arrived at the All England Club fresh from her second Roland Garros title, but she has now failed to make it past the last 16 in seven of her last eight appearances at Wimbledon. "Today could have gone either way, and it didn't go my way," Sharapova said. "Despite the results and the fact that I've lost here and haven't had good results, I still love playing on grass." Kerber, who reached t ...
Wimbledon 2014: Maria Sharapova fails to take advantage of big name exits like she did at Roland Garros last month - The rare double of women's titles at French Open and Wimbledon, last achieved by Serena Williams in 2002, will not be repeated for at least another year. -
Serena Williams crashes out of French Open, Venus defeated - CNN:
Sharapova played in her third consecutive French Open final. She completed a career Grand Slam with her win in 2012 and finished runner-up to Serena Williams in last year's final. Sharapova now has a 4-0
Friends, are you following the French Open, 2014 being played at Roland Garros, France? I am and will be following the same till June 8, 2014. The following article attracted my attention while browsing the official site [www.rolandgarros.com] Hope my friends, interested in the game will like it and I have also added comments on the same posted by different followers and those are interesting too. Hope you'll enjoy the reading too. Young guns breathing new life into women's game Monday, June 2, 2014 || By Matt Trollope Tennis is a cyclical beast. It goes through strong periods and weaker ones, trends come and go, and often return. The women’s game is a cyclical as it comes. There was a time when it was derided by media and fans, notorious for the early-round drubbings dished out by Steffi Graf and Monica Seles and with a perceived lack of depth. Then, thanks to a wave of teenage talent led by Martina Hingis, Anna Kournikova and Venus and Serena Williams, people were suddenly paying attention to women’ ...
Life of a celebrity, you can get away with almost anything including ‘gate crashing’ a private beach wedding ceremony. Even though Serena Williams had her worst ever Grand Slam performance at the French Open on Wednesday losing in the second round, she was in high spirits after jetting promptly to Miami alongside BFF and fellow tennis star, Caroline Wozniacki. The number one ranked singles tennis player found herself crashing a wedding on the beach while clad in a leopard print leotard that highlighted her curvaceous figure – posing with the bride in a snap captioned, ‘Bikini wedding crasher!’ See More Photos below
Tennis stars Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki took their losses at the 2014 French Open in stride and hit the beaches of Miami to relax.
Caroline Wozniacki and Serena Williams helped each other get over their early French Open exits as they hit Miami Beach on Saturday.
Serena Williams crashes Miami Beach wedding in leopard-print swimsuit serenawilliams/Via Instagram ‘Wedding crasher!! Congrats!’ Serena Williams captioned a photo showing her crashing a Miami Beach wedding on Saturday. Serena Williams, wedding crasher? The tennis star took to Instagram Saturday to show her crashing a wedding while hitting up Miami Beach. Williams, who had been recently ousted from the French Open, had an eventful weekend. She and fellow tennis star Caroline Wozniacki attended Miami Heat’s Game 6 against the Indiana Pacers Friday night, which saw the Heat win the series to go on to the NBA Finals. On Saturday, the 32-year-old hit the beach in a leopard-print swimsuit and came upon a wedding party. serenawilliams/Via Instagram Serena Williams wore an leopard-print ‘leotard’ while hitting up the beach. “Wedding crasher!! Congrats!” Williams captioned the photo of her posing with the bride and groom. Williams’ animal print one-piece was a stark contrast to the wedding party’ ...
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki may have lost in the first week of the French Open, but they’re sure not moping around Paris feeling sorry. The 32-year-old tennis player put her muscular but shapely physique on full display over the weekend as she splashed her way through a fun day at the beach with friends
After Tennis stars Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki were knocked out in the early stages of the recent 2014 French Open, they decided to catch the fun of their lives by putting everything behind them (pain of loss and heart break for Caroline) as they took their talents to South Beach. They...
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki are making up for their early exits from the French Open by living the life in Miami. The pair caught Game 6 of ...
PARIS — Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki found a way to while away the time after their quick exits from the French Open: the NBA playoffs. The WTA’s current No. 1 and former No. 1 went from Paris to Miami and attended Game Six of the Eastern… [ 341 more words. ]
Serena Williams was ousted today in the French Open by 35th ranked Garbine Muguruza 6-2, 6-2. It was the worst loss of Serena's professional...
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Serena Williams crashes out of French Open to Garbiñe Muguruza - The Guardian
I'm the only 1 upset Serena Williams & dumped Caroline are happy in Miami after getting *** kicked @ French Open
It all seems to be going to plan in the men's singles but plenty of upset this week for the women at the French Open. With Serena Williams out in the first week, who do you think is going to pick up top spot in her absence?
The *** here with tonight's Rd.3 French Open tips Bit of value floating around with the seeded players now running into each other meaning more competitive matches. Here are my best bets for tonight: *Tommy Robredo ($1.50)- Despite being lower ranked than John Isner he loves this surface and Isner doesn't.. Isner will have to tee of and make everything to win. *Jo Wilfired Tsonga ($1.18)- Playing well and too much class for Janowics. *Dominka Cibulkova ($2.50)- She is ranked higher than our own Sam Stosur and is in form but is somehow paying $2.50. Stosur will have to play her best to win here.. -Cibulkova 2 sets to 1 is paying $5- also very good odds. *Mugurusa ($1.30)- This young Spaniard dismantled Serena Williams so based on that should ease past her unseeded opponent. *Novak Djokovic- He is paying $1.30 to win 3 sets to 0 against Marin Cilic and based on the way he is playing, this should be no problem. VALUE BETS *Cibulkova ($2.50) *Cibulkova 2 sets to 1 ($5) *Robert Bautista Agut ($2.80)- The muc . ...
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Top-ranked Serena Williams upset in second round of French Open.
Serena Williams blames the color green for her shocking second-round loss in French Open
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Serena and Venus lose in 2nd round at French Open (Yahoo Sports)
Serena and Venus Williams lose in French Open second round
Defending champion Serena Williams suffers a shock loss to Garbine Muguruza in the second round of the French Open.
Serena Williams knocked out of French Open in second round
Venus & Serena Williams both dropped out in the second round of the 2014 French Open.
PARIS - She plays the violin, dances something called the NaeNae and has ridden to the rescue of American tennis just as the shock of Serena Williams’ French Open exit was still being absorbed. Read More...
MORNING NEWS The HEADLINES *Government asks all ministries to take prior approval of Appointments Committee of Cabinet before appointing personal staff and Officers on Special Duty to Ministers. *Centre to re launch farm income insurance scheme to provide guaranteed income to farmers. *National Human Rights Commission issues show-cause notice to Delhi government in midnight raid case by former Law Minister Somnath Bharti. *American author and poet Maya Angelou passes away. AND IN SPORTS *World number one Serena Williams makes a shock exit from French Open tennis. *In IPL Cricket, Chennai Super Kings defeat Mumbai Indians by 7 wickets in the Eliminator.
DEFENDING champion Serena Williams followed sister Venus out of the French Open on a dramatic fourth day. Read More...
French Open: Serena Williams Sent Packing By Spanish-Venezuelan Newcomer latino.foxnews.com Serena Williams, the defending French Open champion and winner of 17 Grand Slam singles titles, fell 6-2, 6-2, on Wednesday to a 20-year tennis player with Spanish citizenship who was born in Caracas to a Venezuelan mother and a Spanish father.
In the biggest shock of the 2014 French Open thus far, American tennis star Serena Williams was eliminated on Wednesday in Round 2. The fact that the No...
Hard to keep up will all the surprises at the French Open! The biggest one yet - defending champion Serena Williams beat by 20-year old Garbine Muguruza from Spain 6-2, 6-2. Unfortunately, I only saw parts of the match but it looked that Serena didn't play her best today and was simply overpowered. Garbine played aggressive, not giving Serena any angles, hitting hard through the middle and held her nerves throughout. Tough day for the Williams sisters, as Venus was also eliminated.
Serena Williams suffers shocking loss at 2014 French Open; Venus falls too via
Serena Williams follows Venus out of French Open after shock loss
Venus and Serena Williams Upset in the French Open: On Wednesday, Venus and Serena Williams were bounced from the French Open losing ...
After being ousted by Garbine Muguruza at the French Open, Serena Williams has said she can go on and win the tournament.
Wow, what a major upset! Serena Williams has been knocked out of the French Open, after losing to Spain's Garbine Muguruza in two sets. This is the first time in her tennis career that she has failed to reach the second week of a Grand Slam as the top seed. Well Done Garbine and hard luck Serena!
Unseeded Spaniard Garbine Muguruza produced the shock of the tournament thus far as she overcame Serena Williams 6-2 6-2 at the French Open.
Champions Williams and Nadal face tough opposition at Roland Garros 2014 The world's top ranked tennis players compete at Roland Garros, also known as the French Open. This year, reigning champions Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal face tough opposition from the likes of the Chinese Li Na and Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka who both respectively won the Grand Slam Australian Open in January. Roland Garros is the second of the four Grand Slam tournaments on the annual tennis calendar and the premier clay court tennis tournament in the world.
HUGE UPSET & SURPRISE at the French Open as WTA World & 2 time champion at Roland Garros, Serena Williams, was defeated in straight sets today (6-2 6-2) by Garbine Muguruza in their 2nd round match... Venus Williams also went down!
SHOCKER! Serena Williams just lost at the French Open in the 2nd round - 6-2, 6-2!!! and with Venus Williams having just lost earlier today, the much anticipated 3rd Round meeting of the Williams Sisters won't be happening...
Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic are all in action on day four of the French Open at ROLAND-GARROS but defending champion Serena Williams is out. Latest text & BBC Radio Five Sport Extra commentary:
While a majority of the big names, including defending champions Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams , are still alive at the 2014 French Open at Roland Garros, a handful of notable ...
Cliff's picks for the French Open: Men's Winner: Rafa Nadal Women's Winner: Serena Williams Men's Sleeper: Ernests Gulbis Women's Sleeper: Eugenie Bouchard Men's Toughest Road: Andy Murray Women's Toughest Road: Angelique Kerber Where will Cliffy be right or wrong? What are your picks? Let us know!
Althea Gibson (August 25, 1927 – September 28, 2003) was an American tennis player and professional golfer, and the first black athlete of either gender to cross the color line of international tennis. In 1956 she became the first person of color to win a Grand Slam title (the French Open). The following year she won both Wimbledon and the U.S. Nationals (precursor of the U.S. Open), then won both again in 1958, and was voted Female Athlete of the Year by the Associated Press in both years. In all she won 11 Grand Slam tournaments, including six doubles titles, and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame and the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame. "She is one of the greatest players who ever lived," said Robert Ryland, a tennis contemporary and former coach of Venus and Serena Williams. "Martina couldn't touch her. I think she'd beat the Williams sisters." In the early 1960s she also became the first black player to compete on the women's professional golf tour. At a time when ...
Roger Federer of Switzerland and Serena Williams of the United States started their French Open campaign on a high note after winning their respective matches on Sunday. The second Grand Slam of the year French Open kicked off in Paris yesterday. Federer defeated Slovakia's Lukas Lacko in 6-2 6-4 6-…
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FRENCH OPEN With the French Open kicking off tonight, here are my picks for the tournament! The bookies have narrowed it down to a 2 horse race in the men's field with Novak Djokovic ($2.30) edging Rafael Nadal ($2.50) for favoritism. I can't see anyone outside of these 2 winning the tournament as well. Nadal at $2.50 is an absolute steal. Yes Novak has beaten him in the last 4 meetings and he hasn't been at his best, but Rafa is 59-1 in Paris and has won 8 of the last 9 Grand Slams there & is no doubt the best clay courter ever. Moving up from 3 to 5 set matches suits him to a tee here. Some markets have a Djokovic & Nadal final @ $2.40 which is also great value. In the women's draw Serena Williams ($2.20) is very short and clay is probably her worst surface but she is a class above when she is 100% fit. Li Na $6.50 is good value coming off an Aussie Open win and her opponent in that final, Dominika Cibulkova ($67) is massive overs. The clay suits her grinding style of game and as a top 10 player she'll ...
ESPN Video: Chris Fowler and Mary Joe Fernandez discuss Serena Williams' and Maria Sharapova's chances at the French Open.
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My pick to win the 2014 French Open is Serena Williams.
Serena Williams the best bet for French Open
Last year's finalists Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova share a quarter this French Open! The last 2 Champs in one quarter!.
Serena, Federer highlight opening day of French Open: Former champions Serena Williams and Roger Federer...
French Open prediction: Nadal's reign at Roland Garros will end in the final. It's Djoković's turn to complete the non-calendar year slam. Serena Williams will defend her title at the only major where she's failed to defend a title. The Brothers Bryan will take the men's doubles. Errani and Vinci will take the women's double tourney. Don't be surprised if Simona Halep make the semis. Federer won't get past the quarters. Stanislas Warinka is no. 3 to win behind Djoković and Nadal. There will be many upsets.
The draw has been set. The clay has been combed. All of the top players are in Paris. It's time for the French Open to begin. This year, the tournament feels a bit more up in the air than usual. Rafael Nadal still had the best clay season out of anyone, but it wasn't up to his lofty standards. The Spaniard only won one title, and lost in two straight quarterfinals to lower-ranked countrymen. Novak Djokovic beat him in the final of the Rome Masters last week to set up plenty of intrigue between the top two players in the world. On the women's side, Serena Williams is the favorite as always, but there are plenty of other contenders. Maria Sharapova continues her revival on clay, Simona Halep is looking to finally make a big move at a major and Ana Ivanovic has been turning the clock back to 2008, the year she won this tournament. As soon as the draws for major tournaments are released, fans look ahead to which players will be competing in quarterfinals and semifinals. However, this year's French Open will f ...
Who are your tips for the French Open? We think u can't go past Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams! Thoughts?
The 2014 French Open sees Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal fighting to keep their places at the top of world tennis. Reports, analysis, comments as the clay-court drama unfolds.
PARIS -- Top seeds and defending champions Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, who were both present to assist with the 2014 French Open draw ceremony, were likely not thrilled with how …
Samantha Stosur’s French Open hopes have taken a significant hit after being lumped in the same quarter of the draw as the past two champions, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.
Check out ABC Grandstand Breakfast on Grandstand Digital, Online and via the phone app from 7am AEST for all the latest sports news and interviews. Sonny Bill Williams produced a masterclass in the Roosters' 32-12 win over a depleted Bulldogs outfit. Geelong beat North Melbourne by 20, Tom Hawkins kicks four goals The Waratahs took over from the Brumbies atop the Australian conference with a 41-19 win over the Rebels. The Bulls scored four tries in a comprehensive 44-23 win over the Brumbies at Loftus Versfeld. The Sharks stayed on top of Super Rugby ladder with 29-23 win over Blues Samantha Stosur will have to beat Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams to make the French Open semi-finals this year. Australia's men also face some interesting battles at Roland Garros, Nick Kyrgios will face eighth seed Milos Raonic in the first round, while Lleyton Hewitt and Bernard Tomic could potentially meet in the second round. Socceroos legend Mark Schwarzer on Friday became the sixth recipient of the Australian player ...
Serena Williams has about as tough a draw as possible at the French Open this year. Have a look at the draw for yourself right here and see where your favorite player is!
The draws are out! Williams and Williams could meet in the 3rd round, Serena and Maria are in the same quarter, Novak and Roger could meet for another semifinal clash, and Rafa may need to fight off Grigor David and Stan before defending his French Open crown, make sure to tune in for every minute of the excitement!!!
The tennis tours arrived in the capital of Spain with doubts and questions. Two weeks later, they leave the capital of Italy with a sense of order that seems both traditional and renewed. Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal started the clay swing slowly, but they’ll head to its final event, in the capital of France, in their familiar positions as Grand Slam favorites. These days, nothing stays unsure for long in tennis. Here’s a review of Madrid and Rome, in the form of report cards. The grade reflects a player's performance at both tournaments. As always, I can't write about everyone. If you see anyone missing, please supply your own assessment. * Serena Williams Even as Serena announced that she was pulling out of her Madrid quarterfinal with a thigh injury, she said she was already “recovering fast.” She wasn’t kidding. The world No. 1 got down to business in Rome and wiped away any doubts that we, or at least I, might have had about her desire or fitness for a French Open repea ...
World number one Serena Williams overpowered home favourite Sara Errani to retain her Italian Open title. The American, 32, powered through 6-3 6-0 at Rome's Foro Italico and took her record on clay to 53 wins and two defeats since 2012. She has now won 60 WTA titles, moving her into seventh in the all-time list. Williams will head to the French Open, which begins next Sunday, as a strong favourite to successfully defend her title and win an 18th Grand Slam. Most WTA titles 167: Martina Navratilova 154: Chris Evert 107: Steffi Graf 92: Margaret Court 68: Evonne Goolagong Cawley 67: Billie Jean King 60: Serena Williams
Serena Williams has warmed up for the French Open by cruising to her second straight Rome Masters title after beating Sara Errani.
Serena Williams pulls out of Madrid with a thigh injury & she now faces a race to be fit to defend her Rome title:
Serena Williams has pulled out of Madrid and Rome due to injury, casting doubts over her French Open participation:
Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Nadine Angerer (Germany) Football FIFA Womens Player of the Year, captain of German team Missy Franklin (US) Swimming at 18, won a record six gold medals in World Championships Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics won three sprint gold medals in World Championships Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Athletics won pole vault world title in front of home Russian crowd Tina Maze (Slovenia) Skiing won Overall World Cup and three other disciplines, plus Super G world title Serena Williams (US) Tennis won French Open and US Open, plus eight other tournaments in 2013
2014 Laureus World Sports Awards Nominees revealed A glittering collection of the world’s greatest sports stars have been nominated for the 2014 Laureus World Sports Awards, following a ballot by the world’s media. Among the giants of sport who have been nominated are three-time Laureus winners Usain Bolt and Serena Williams, brilliant young Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel, short-listed for the fifth time, and Tiger Woods, who won in 2000, the inaugural year of Laureus, who is selected again after returning to the summit of world golf. Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Russia’s Yelena Isinbayeva, both two-time Laureus winners, are nominated in two categories. Laureus World Sports Academy Chairman Edwin Moses said: “I have never seen such a potentially close contest in so many categories before. This is going to be a classic year. There is a wonderful balance between some of the great names who have dominated sport over many years and some exciting newcomers like Missy Franklin and Marc Márqu ...
Tennis MELBOURNE — China’s Li Na stormed to her second Grand Slam title on Saturday, battling past underdog Dominika Cibulkova to win the Australian Open and give another huge boost to Asian tennis. The 31-year-old fourth seed’s 7-6 (7/3), 6-0 win crowned her the champion on her third attempt after losing the 2011 and 2013 finals, adding to the French Open title she won three years ago. In doing so, she became the oldest winner of the women’s title, surpassing Margaret Court who was 30 when she became champion in 1973. The Chinese star also joins an exclusive list of just seven other players to win a Grand Slam at 30-plus, with her name now in the history books alongside greats such as Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King, Chris Evert and Serena Williams. “I finally got here,” she said after Evert awarded her the trophy, as she praised her husband Jiang Shan and coach Carlos Rodriguez. “Thanks Carlos. He always believed that I could do well.” The win pushes her one place higher in the wor ...
Li Na Wins Australian Open In 3rd Trip To Final Seven months after giving retirement serious thought, Li Na made it third time lucky in an Australian Open final with a 7-6 (3), 6-0 win over Dominika Cibulkova to become the oldest women's champion here in the Open Era. Li, who turns 32 next month, lost finals to Kim Clijsters in 2011 and to Victoria Azarenka last year. In between, she won the 2011 French Open in one of the many firsts she's established for Chinese tennis. Widely popular at Melbourne Park for her funny post-match interviews and wise cracks about her husband and his snoring, Li didn't disappoint the Rod Laver Crowd in her first victory speech. She first thanked her agent, Max, ''for making me rich,'' her coach Carlos Rodriguez and then her husband, former coach and constant traveling companion, Shan Jiang. She told him he was ''even famous in China.'' ''So thanks for him give up everything just traveling with me to be my hitting partner, fix the drinks, fix the racket. So thanks a lot, you a ...
Some more facts on Li Na (from WTA official site) Having fought off a match point in her third round match against Lucie Safarova, she's also the fourth woman in the Open Era to win the Aussie Open after saving match point (joining Monica Seles, Jennifer Capriati and Serena Williams, who did it twice). But perhaps more importantly, the woman who became Asia's first Grand Slam champion at the French Open in 2011 is now a two-time Grand Slam champion. She will return to No.3 on Monday, the highest ranking ever for an Asian player, and she will only be a handful of points from No.2.
Now hear this: Serena Williams is out of the austraillian Open.some days you have it some days you don't...she didn't have it.On to the French Open next month...Its cold and the weather is no good in N.J. but what do you expect from this state.I'm sorry 'bout the Capt.& tenille,she still looks good..maybe she wants to jump ship or steer her own course...Good luck! I still don't like,Scandal,Have & have nots.Housewives of atlanta.Preachers of LA...Especially Preachers of LA.You know your a fool when your a pastor and your out getting tattoos,when Leviticus chapter 20 warns against that.Just get out of the pulpit you jokers
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- Even in a Grand Slam as unpredictable as this year's Australian Open, the names in the women's semifinals may still prompt head-scratching among casual followers of tennis. With the three biggest stars of the women's game falling one by one - top-seeded Serena Williams, followed by Maria Sharapova and two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka - the door has opened for a first-time winner at Melbourne Park. Only fourth-seeded Li Na has won a Grand Slam before - the 2011 French Open. Fifth-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland was the 2012 Wimbledon finalist, but had never been beyond the quarters in Melbourne until she chipped, lobbed and sliced Azarenka off the court in a remarkable display of shot-making on Wednesday. Dominika Cibulkova, a diminutive Slovakian who dispatched Sharapova in the fourth round, has made just one Grand Slam semifinal before, while 19-year-old Eugenie Bouchard is a only playing her fourth major - she didn't even make it out of qualifying at ...
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- One by one, Serena Williams is matching the feats of tennis' greatest legends. Her next challenge comes at the Australian Open, which starts Monday with Williams seeking her 18th Grand Slam title - an accomplishment that would match Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert. ''It would mean a lot to be on the same level as such great players,'' Williams said in a pre-tournament news conference Saturday, quickly adding a dash of humility. ''I still have a lot of work to do. I obviously want to reach that level, but I'm not there yet.'' ''Hopefully, I'll get there,'' she added. The No. 1-ranked, No. 1-seeded player is entering the new season after a spectacular year. In 2013, Williams won 78 of her 82 matches including the French Open and the U.S. Open. She earned more than $12 million in prize money, a record for women's tennis. At 32, an age where most professional players are in decline, Williams is playing the best tennis of her career, says Navratilova, who predicts that Williams ...
Serena Williams won plenty this year. She went 78-4 with 11 titles, including at the French Open and U.S. Open, raising her Grand Slam championship total to 17. As posted by, Blackamericaweb.com Re...
Congrats to Serena Williams on winning da 2013 AP Female Athlete of da year. She was 78-4 with 11 Titles including da French Open & US Open. She has 17 Grand Slams & had a 34 match winning streak. She also won da award in 2002 & 2009. Wow.
Serena Williams getting ready to chop blades on this clay tennis court, GO BLACK MAMBA, 2013 French Open
Serena WilliamS TO PLAY Brisbane International. BRISBANE, Australia (AP) Serena Williams has confirmed she will play in the Brisbane International tuneup event before next year's Australian Open. Brisbane tournament officials said Wednesday that Williams, the defending champion, and Australian Lleyton Hewitt would join the previously announced Roger Federer at the hard-court tournament at the Queensland Tennis Centre from Dec. 29-Jan. 5. The Australian Open, which Williams has won five times, begins Jan. 13 at Melbourne Park. Williams, the world No. 1, will be attempting to win her 18th Grand Slam singles title. Williams won nine WTA titles this year, including her fifth U.S. Open title and second at the French Open. Hewitt recently led Australia back into the Davis Cup's elite World Group after a six-year absence. He also reached the round of 16 at the U.S. Open.Source:OlySports.com.
Between MMS and Dev Anand we forgot Serena Williams. Its her birthday too. Happy Birthday to the only man who can beat Nadal at French Open.
Blacks, Sports and Lingering Racial Stereotypes By Salim Muwakkil These are challenging days for those fond of racial stereotypes in sports. The world's top two female tennis players are African-American sisters and the world's leading golfer is the son of a black father and a Thai mother, and Africans hold records in just about every distance race held around the world. Those racial designations should not mean much, but for most Americans, born and bred in the briar patch of color biases, they do. They certainly matter to African-Americans, who repeatedly have been told they lacked the "qualities" for certain athletic pursuits like tennis, golf and distance running. The further withering away of sports stereotypes was most vividly illustrated by the tennis superiority of Venus and Serena Williams. After finishing as finalists in the recent French Open, the sisters were ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the women's world tennis rankings. Tiger Woods has attained a similar kind of dominance in golf. Since turning ...
After beating the favourite Serena Williams, earlier in the week, Germany's Sabine Lisicki has reached her 1st ever Wimbledon final. Germany's Sabine Lisicki took on Poland's Agnieszka Rdwanska for a place in the Women's final at the Wimbledon tennis Championships. Lisicki's opponent Radwanska came on the court with both thighs heavily strapped to protect muscles which had been working hard in her previous matches. The match went to 3, highly competitive sets with Lisicki taking the 1st 6-3 before Radwanska came back to win the 2nd 6-2. Then, in the 3rd set, Lisicki broke her opponent's serve to go up 8-7 before serving out for victory at 9-7. At Wimbledon in 2011, Lisicki received a wildcard to enter the tournament advancing to the semi finals of a Grand Slam tournament for the 1st time. She beat 3rd seed and recent French Open champion Li Na from China in the 2nd round before eliminated by Russia's Maria Sharapova.
Tennis - Wimbledon Order of play: Tuesday July 2 The order of play for day eight at Wimbledon, featuring all four ladies' quarter-finals. Eight women from eight different countries will walk through the gates of the All England Club on Tuesday harbouring genuine title hopes following a Wimbledon wipeout of the headline attractions. Czech eighth seed Petra Kvitova, Wimbledon champion in 2011, and China's Li Na, French Open winner in the same year, are the only two who know how it feels to win a Grand Slam. After defeat for Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka's injury-enforced withdrawal, Serena Williams was expected to stroll to a sixth Wimbledon title but her fourth-round defeat by German Sabine Lisicki on Monday left the draw wide open. Kvitova takes on 20th seed Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium, a quarter-final debutant at this level, while Li faces fourth- seeded Pole Agnieszka Radwanska who was runner-up here last year. "I think it doesn't mean anything," Radwanska said, referring to her role as the high ...
Serena Williams: 32 match win streak, trying to become 1st player to win French Open and Wimbledon in same season since …
Five Down, Two to Go Serena Williams, the WTA ranked tennis player in the world, advanced to the French Open semifinals this afternoon. Williams came from behind, 2-0, to beat unranked Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova in the third set, 6-3. Serena Williams will square off with Italian Sara Errani (WTA ranked to advance to the championship match later this week. Williams, who last won the French Open in 2002, is seeking to win her third Grand Slam event in her last four attempts, going back to last year. Williams is the subject of today's Chick Pic
Serena Williams began the defence of her Wimbledon title with a comfortable 6-1 6-3 victory over Luxembourg's Mandy Minella on Tuesday to stretch her unbeaten run to 32 matches. The world number one, playing her first match since winning the French Open, scorched through the first set in 19 minutes, but was given a brief fright at the start of the second when she lost her serve to go 2-0 down. The 16-times Grand Slam winner swiftly regained control, however, breaking in the very next game, before romping away with the match.
Five-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams shrugged off her bitter rift with Maria Sharapova to rack up her 32nd successive win with a 6-1, 6-3 triumph over Luxembourg's Mandy Minella in the first round on Tuesday. World number one Williams came into her title defence opener at the centre of a storm for her controversial comments on a US High School rape case and for her dig at Sharapova's romance with her own ex-boyfriend, Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov. The 31-year-old took out her frustrations on the hapless Minella, the world number 92 who has never defeated a top-30 player, let alone one of the calibre of Williams, whose French Open title three weeks ago took her majors haul to 16. Victory was also her 75th in her last 78 matches, a run that stretches back to her shock first round departure at Roland Garros in 2012, the worst Grand Slam exit of her career. Tuesday's 32nd successive win took her to within just three of the record set by older sister Venus in 2000. “I never think about the run, I ...
Tennis Jewels watched the ladies final in the French Open and thought Maria Sharapova played very well against Serena Williams, keeping the rally deep and long into the back line. But that serve of Serena Williams is fantastic and so powerful it definitely helped her win the Match. Two great competitors.
Real recognize real. Check out the letter Beyoncé gave Serena Williams after her French Open victory.
By Nick Zaccardi PARIS -- Three thoughts off Serena Williams' 6-4, 6-4 win over Maria Sharapova in the French Open final ... 1. Serena Williams won this tournament because of consistent dominance. …
What a fantastic night for combat sports yesterday. Seems like boxing decided yesterday was knockout night with 5 KO's total. None more impressive then Adonis Stevenson's brutal one punch KO of Chad Dawson. Then the UFC on Fuel 10 had a record setting 8 submissions. Add to that a 1st round barnburner KO of Feijao by Thiago Silva. Dominating performances by Rafael Nadal & Serena Williams at the French Open. The Bruins make their way to the Stanley Cup finals against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Red Sox take 2 out of 3 games & Jimmie Johnson wins at Pocono Overall a fantastic weekend for sports fans. Just hope the Spurs can pull another game out tonight.
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Congrats!!! Serena Williams wins French Open. The last American to win it 11 years ago was also Serena. Never quit, never say die! Constant hard work and commitment will always get you to your dreams! Serena is now the oldest woman to ever win the French Open twice at age 31. She go hard!!!
Serena Williams opens the French Open trophy like it's a cookie jar, Rafa Nadal bites it like it's an actual cookie. Oh you guys so silly
Shout out to my sister Serena Williams for winning that French Open title!
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All of us are watching the French Open. One of my favorite sports. During the women's open Serena William won and Andrew said, "One gets a trophy and the other gets a plate". ?!?!?! He was very confused by that.
Jury selection begins tommorrow for the Trayvon Martin case. I will try to catch snipets of it on MSNBC, or CNN. My guess is FOX news won't be talking about it too much! Only in a negative way, which they typically do regarding people of color. Giving a shout out to my girl Serena Williams she won the French Open ( Roland Garros), For anyone interested- you can win an all paid trip to Paris for 2 with tics included for 2014. Just go to tennischannel.com to enter, and for more details. I went to the American Open in New York, and loved it.
Serena Williams wins her 16th Grand Slam & her 2nd French Open aftr 11yrs since winning it the 1st tym! I thnk now she shud switch 2 Men's Tennis, bcoz she can give the Big 4 a real scare & probably stop Nadal nxt tym at French Open! Wat say? ;-)
Serena Williams won her 16th Grand Slam title and her first French Open championship since 2002 when…
16TH TIME’S A CHARM Serena Williams takes the women’s French Open title with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over defending champ Maria Sharapova for her 16th Grand Slam title. It is the 13th consecutive time the American has defeated the Russian in head-to-head play. (Photo: Julian Finney / Getty Images) — with Juan Luciano.
Two hours before her French Open final, Serena Williams practiced on center court, the stands deserted as she whacked one winner after another to the distant sounds of a brass band playing on the plaza.
Serena Williams discusses her opening-round win at the French Open and her experiences in Paris.
Serena Williams admitted that her first round loss at 2012 French Open helped inspire her to victory in final, her second Paris title coming 11 years after her first.
Serena Williams powered her way to the French Open title Saturday with a straight sets victory over defending champion Maria Sharapova of Russia in a high quality final.
At age 31 Serena Williams becomes the oldest female to win the French Open by beating Maria Sharapova! Is Serena Williams the greatest female tennis player ever?
Serena Williams "Said It Loud" by not only winning her 16th Grand Slam Championship at the French Open today; but she finally maybe has the true respect of the Tennis Community as the Best Female Tennis Player ever. I hope my friends and peers from my many years ago tennis days help acknowledge this great accomplishment. Her legacy today is an important example for the African American Youth or Social Elite whom try to understand what the "World" really respects! Forbes just released it's annual ranking of the world's 100 highest-paid athletes. The lady that Serena defeated today (14-2 all time record) Maria Sharapova is ranked on their list...Where Serena who has now won an astonishing 25 of her last 27 matches against top-10 players but yet can't make the Forbes list. We have to make the Corporate World pay homage and stop the stereo-typical disrespect that has been shown to Serena since her youth. I applaud Chris Evert for her leadership as a tennis legend in trying to help Serena get the respect ...
Making her case for the greatest ever, Serena Williams wins her second French Open after winning her first 11 years ago. Biggest spam between two wins. 31 matches in a row. Amazing!!!
PARIS (AP) -- Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's hopes of ending France's 30-year wait for a men's Grand Slam champion faded with a whimper, and instead it will be two players from neighboring Spain in Sunday's French Open final between Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer.
I'll bet my mom, Bj Flowers, is going nuts right now.LOL! Congrats to Serena William for another French Open win!
CHOCLATE TENNIS Congrats to Serena William for winning the French Open. The girl is good ( in my coming to America voice. The girl also speak French. HARDWORK + DEDICATION = SUCCESS
BREAKING NEWS: Serena Williams defeats Maria Sharapova to claim her second French Open championship.
Congrats to Serena Williams for winning her 2nd French Open & 16th Grand Slam major title. It's a treat to watch greatness.
Serena Williams, wins on the clay. 2013 French Open champion.
Serena Williams adds to her historical resume. Today's French Open title was her second and 16th Grand Slam title. (Five Australian Opens, five Wimbledons, four U.S. Opens.) Serena ranks sixth on the women's Grand Slam championships list, two behind Chris Evert and Martina Navritolova, who are tied for fourth with 18 GS titles each. Margaret Court leads with 24, Steffi Graf second with 22. Helen Wills Moody with 19. Graf likely would have had a lot more except for being stabbed during a tournament.
Serena Williams is one game away to claim the French Open title. Sharapova is now serving to stay in the championship.
Serena Williams is closing in on her first French Open title for 11 years. She leads Maria Sharapova 6-4 *2-1:
Serena wins first set in French Open final: Serena Williams took a stranglehold on the French Open final again...
What has Maria Sharapova got left? Serena Williams moves a break ahead in the second set of the French Open final:
watching the finals of women's French Open between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova. go, go, go Maria!
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova battling it out in the French Open final today. Crikey these girls can scream!
Women's singles final match of French Open... Sharapova vs. Serena William...
June 8, 1374---English author Geoffrey Chaucer is appointed Comptroller of Customs and Subsidy of Wools, at a salary of 10 pounds per year. 1920, Italians riot when the price of bread (regulated by the government) is raised. 1934, President Franklin D. Roosevelt outlines his New Deal objectives: providing security for home ownership, jobs, and a financial cushion for old age. 1942, U.S. general Dwight D. Eisenhower is appointed commander of the European theater of war operations during WW II. 1966, The six-yer-old American Football League agrees to merge with the long-established National Football League beginning with the 1970 season. The merger also set up an annual championship game that would become known as the Super Bowl. 1968, James Earl Ray is arrested in London, England and charged with the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. 2002, American tennis player Serena Williams defeats her sister Venus in the final of the French Open. The Williams sisters ended the season ranked numbers one an ...
Maria Sharapova says she will have to "try something different" when she faces world number one Serena Williams in Saturday's French Open final. Williams is on a 30-match winning streak and thrashed Sara Errani in 46 minutes in the semi-finals. Defending champion Sharapova, who battled past Victoria Azarenka in three sets, last beat Williams in 2004 and has lost their past 12 matches. Sharapova, 26, has won just one set in their past 11 matches and lost in straight sets on the Madrid clay only last month.
I can't wait 2 watch a final of French Open betwen Serena William and Maria Sharapova. The last tym Sharapova won a game against William it's back in 2004 while she was 17. I say may the best player win.
Tough times fill Williams&French Open history | 9Digg - What the web is talking about right now (AP) — For a decade, the French Open has presented more problems for Serena Williams than any of the other Grand Slam tournaments.
Watching Serena Williams flatten Sara Errani in their semifinal on Thursday, and thinking back over Serena's head-to-head history against Maria Sharapova, you might wonder whether a preview is even necessary in the case of this year’s French Open women’s final. You might be right, too—Serena vs. Maria, despite being No. 1 vs. No. 2, has the makings of an epic blowout that renders all analysis moot. But they’re still going to play the match, so I will still do the preview. And I will start by saying that stranger things than a Sharapova upset have happened. I can't recall any right at this moment, but still, there must have been something... * (1) Serena Williams vs. (2) Maria Sharapova Williams leads their head to head 13-2, and leads 3-0 on clay The head-to-head record, while one-sided, doesn’t give you a full idea of how thoroughly Serena has dominated this match-up. She's lost to Sharapova twice in 2004, and hasn’t let it happen again. Since 2007, she’s allowed her just two sets in 11 mat ...
Last years champions of the French Open are going but to the finals again this year. Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova are going back again to the finals. It's going to be a all Spanish final with Nadal and David Ferrer. Sharapova has to face Serena Williams the favored of the French Open. Good luck all.
Roland Garros: king Rafael Nadal (clay master) has defeated world no one Novak Djokovic to book a place in Sunday final while Maria Sharapova(go go Masha) has defeated Victoria Azarenka to reach the French Open final on Saturday facing the unbeatable Serena Williams who humiliated Italian Sara Errani at the semis!!
After dominating her French Open semifinals bout against Sara Errani, Serena Williams is one more win away from...
Serena Williams is on a roll heading into the French Open final. The only person in her way: defending champ Maria Sharapova.
Serena Williams unleashed 40 winners in 46 minutes to cruise past Sara Errani and into the final of the French Open, her milestone 20th Grand Slam final - but just her second at Roland Garros.
Serena Williams played "OUTRAGEOUS" against Sara Errani in the semi finals at the French Open. Can't wait to see Serena against Maria Sharapova on Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. I may have to be late for my tennis game at 10:00 :)
Serena Williams (USA) dismantled Sara Errani (Italy) in straight sets in the Semi-final of the French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament. The final score was 6-0/6-1. The entire match (including commercial breaks) was over in 46 minutes. Serena will play against last year's French Open winner, Maria Sharapova, in the final Saturday; for the French Open Championship.
TENNIS- Serena Williams through to the French Open final after a 6-0 6-1 demolition of world number five Sara Errani of Italy. She will play Maria Sharapova in Saturday's final after the Russian beat Victoria Azarenka in three sets.
PARIS — Done with a dominating performance in the French Open semifinals, Serena Williams climbed the stairs leading from the locker room to the players' lounge, looking to give her mother a hug. Smiling widely all the while, Williams greeted visitors, posed for photos and signed autographs on...
Maria Sharapova will have to end a nine-year losing streak against Serena Williams if she is to take home a second successive French Open title.
The rain that fell this early morning on Chartier court during the ladies semifinals assisted the Italian backcourter, Sara Errani in her semifinal match against Serena Williams at the French Open today...(See below... First semifinal: M. Sharapova. 6 2 6 V. Azarenka. 1 6 4 Second semifinal: S. Williams. 6 6 S. Errani. 0 1 What a joke...Maria just default as your no match for Serena nor is any other woman these days in ladies tennis... Women's tennis badly needs another progesterone beast like Martina Navratilova to give Serena a match!!!
I predict that Serena Williams will do to Maria Sharapova on Saturday what she did to poor little Sara Errani today -- demolish her. Maria might win a couple more games than Sara's token one, but Serena has had Maria's number for years. Like I said two weeks ago, somebody just hand Serena the French Open trophy now, and start setting up grief counseling stations for people like Tee Harrington.
Serena Williams will be looking forward to winning her second French Open title since 2002, after powering through to the final against Sara Errani. Williams thrashed Italy’s Errani 6-0, 6-1 in the...
News Bulletin II 1) Russian President Vladimir Putin and wife Lyudmila go on national TV to say their marriage is over and they have divorced 2) Arrest bookies, politicians to stop betting: Vindu Dara Singh 3) Esther Williams, swimming champion who starred in MGM “aqua musicals” in 1940s and '50s, is dead at 91 4) TCA Raghavan named new envoy to Pakistan 5) World No.1 Serena Williams beats 5th seed Sara Errani 6-0 6-1 to setup French Open final vs Maria Sharapova 6) ICC Champions Trophy: India (331/7) beat South Africa (305 all out) by 26 runs at Cardiff 7) Coronation Street star William Roache charged with five counts of indecent assault 8 Shilpa Shetty spent money on betting in one IPL match: Cops 9) Batla House: Accused claims he never confessed 10) BCCI to look into Dhoni's 'conflict of interest' after Champions Trophy 11) Kashmir gunbattle ends, 2 militants killed 12) American tourist gang-raped in Manali: Three accused truck drivers arrested 13) Sri Lankan navy arrests 49 Indian fishermen 14) S ...
Women's Semi Finals Today Predictions: Pre Tournament favorite Serena Williams who has won 29 matches in a row (count em!) will overpower Italian Sara Errani in 2 sets. Errani upset hard hitting Sam Stosur in last year's semis, but Serena has the upper hand here with a 5-0 record against Errani. In a more dramatic encounter sparks will be flying and the grunt-o-metre will be working overtime when French Open holder Maria Sharapova comes face-to-face with Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka. There is no love lost between these two women. I predict Victoria Azarenka will tip Maria Sharapova in a tight 3 set match. Azarenka has been the more consistent player the past 3 weeks and she is looking to capture her second consecutive Grand Slam title.
Sir Zik says: Today at French Open Maria Sharapova is playing against my darling Victoria Azarenka. I think Sharapova will beat vika and my sister Serena Williams will beat Sara Errani easily. I am saying to all of that Serena and warrior Rafael Nadal will win the French Open consecutively.
We got back very late last night! Had a great time in France. We met some interesting people and have lots of funny stories to tell. The Credentials Day at the French Open was the absolute best! Our seats were middle court, two rows behind the box seats. Guess they were about 10 rows up. We got showered with all kinds of perks, even got to watch David Ferrer practice, along with Baghdatis, Raonic, Lopez, Tipsaravic, Isner, etc. Saw some great matches, Serena Williams, what a freaking BEAST! Monfils, Isner. Trying to get back on regular time track. LOL ~~~ Be back at the gym Friday or Saturday. Amazingly, I only gained 2 pounds while in France! We must of walked 7- 10 miles a day. I only remember seeing about 6 heavy French people the entire time we were there. Ate like you wouldn't believe, all I can say, is the French definitely have the food thing figured out. Biggest problem there is, almost everyone smokes ~~~UGH~~~ Oddly, my family immigrated from France, through Canada, then mingled wi ...
Maan. The semifinal of the French Open is gonna be crazy. Errani vs Serena Williams. And Victoria Azarenka vs Maria Sharapova.
French Open Update: Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova have advanced to the Semi-Finals of the French Open. They will face each other tomorrow. The other womens semi will feature Serena Williams taking on Sara Errani
2013 French Open -- Serena Williams flips script in quarterfinals
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I'm not into basketball @ this time, although Heat/Spurs are sched to play. I'm into " French Open", holding onto with Serena William. It's the final week of the tournament, so Muchachos.GO USA
Who's dis Kuznetsova giving Serena such a tough game. First time I hear of her in dis French open and I hate her. Never seen Serena so frustrated by da game. Sure the Sugapova is willing she loses. But I still believe 'our' William magic is returning. 2013 French Open is OURS!! Go Serena!
Serena William dominating the French Open in the World.
Serena Williams remains on course to land her second French Open title after easing past Italy's Roberta Vinci to reach the quarter-finals at Roland Garros. The world number one is yet to drop a set in the tournament and came … Continue reading →
Matches of the Day – Day 10 1. Serena Williams vs. Svetlana Kuznetsova One of the most important wins for Svetlana Kuznetsova en route to the 2009 French Open was her victory over Serena Williams, the Russian outlasting her American opponent in a pulsating 3-setter. Williams will be out for revenge for that loss and, though she holds a 6-2 career advantage over Kuznetsova, Williams will not be taking the veteran Russian lightly in this clash. In the midst of another lengthy winning streak and having barely lost a match in the last 12 months, it’s hard to go against Williams, although Kuznetsova seems to have found a new lease of life in recent times. I’ll back Williams but I can see the Russian challenging for at least a set. Williams in 2. 2. Tommy Robredo vs. David Ferrer Spanish veteran Tommy Robredo did the impossible again in round 4, once more coming back from 2 sets to love down to record a victory. Trailing compatriot Nicolas Almagro 4-1 in the third set, Robredo turned the tables on his cou ...
Serena Williams rolls into French Open quartefinals via
Serena Williams hits a shot to France’s Caroline Garcia during their French Open match at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris yesterday. PARIS, Sunday
Roger Federer, David Ferrer and Serena Williams will all be in action on Sunday at the 2013 French Open.
GMFBF. Getting ready to watch Serena in the French Open, where she's listed as Number 1! How I admire the William sisters! They never give up! Have a great Sunday and week family, and remember, NEVER GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS!
We'll be speaking to a number of tennis stars including, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Jimmy Connors on the show today. Lee will also be joined by a former French Open winner. Tune in at 1400GMT!
Most of the top seeded players have made it through the first three rounds of the French Open, the exceptions being Tomas Berdych, Li Na and Caroline Wozniaki. However, top men's seed, Novak Djokovic, has so far not demonstrated his tennis prowess while King of Clay, Rafael Nadal, struggled through his first two games dropping two sets early in the championship. It would seem that Roger Federer and Serena Williams are in top form and have so far had easy rides against their opponents. But who will be crowned Roland Garros 2013 Champion? Will Rafael Nadal lynch a historic nineth French Open title? DSTV brings us the action live from the French capital.
Serena Williams talks about her win over Sorana Cirstea to reach the fourth round at the French Open.
Roger Federer takes on Julien Benneteau while Serena Williams plays Sorana Cirstea in the French Open third round -
Serena Williams thrashes Caroline Garcia 6-1 6-2 in day's final match on Court Philippe Chatrier at the French Open:
Serena Williams among today's winners on the women's side at the French Open.
PARIS (AP) -- In the moments immediately following her stunningly early exit from the 2012 French Open, as her eyes welled with tears and she bemoaned how she's ''been through so much in my life,'' Serena Williams could not possibly find anything positive to take from the experience.
Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Milos Raonic and David Ferrer highlight Day 1 action at the French Open on Sunday.
2013 French Open -- Serena Williams has nothing to prove at French
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