Serena Williams & Lucie Safarova
Serena Jameka Williams (born September 26, 1981) is an American professional tennis player and a former world no. Lucie Šafářová (born 4 February 1987) is a professional Czech tennis player. She was born in Brno./5
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Venus & Serena Williams knocked out of by Czech duo Lucie Safarova-Barbora Strycova 3-6, 4-6
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Serena does it! Serena Williams claims her 3rd French Open title and 20th career major over Lucie Safarova.
Two key questions for French Open final: How healthy is Serena Williams? Who is Lucie Safarova?
Serena Williams vs. Lucie Safarova in the finals. Let's get it.
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.
Li, Cibulkov clash in women’s final China’s Li Na will seek her second major title on Saturday when she faces a first-time Grand Slam finalist, 20th-seeded Dominika Cibulkova, in the Australia Open final. According to SI.com, the path looks paved for the No.4 seed, 31, to finally win the title in Melbourne, after losing the final in 2011 and 2013. She nearly lost in the third round when No. 26 Lucie Safarova sent potential winner a match point “five centimeters” long. But a slew of upsets made her draw much easier; not only did Li’s projected semifinal opponent, No. 1 seed Serena Williams, lose in the fourth round, but other potentially tricky opponents also went down, including No. 6 Petra Kvitova, No. 9 Angelique Kerber, No. 14 Ana Ivanovic and No. 15 Sabine Lisicki. In fact, the 24th-ranked Cibulkova will be Li’s first top-25 opponent this tournament. That’s a far cry from having to play Kim Clijsters in the 2011 final or having to beat Maria Sharapova and then face Victoria Azarenka i .. ...
Richard Gasquet is eliminated in 4-sets by Tommy Robredo, the SAME Man, who eliminated federer in the last year's US Open in straight sets... Well done robredo (Qualifies to the round of 16)! Samantha Sam Stosur is out AS WELL.. but that was a really close one out there though the score was: Ana Ivanovic bt Sam Stosur 6-7 6-2 6-2. As usual, Novak Djokovic bt Denis Istomin in ALMOST straight sets, 6-3 6-3 7-5... Tomas Berdych is also through to the fourth round and so is David Ferrer, and Kei Nishikori. and Yeah, Li Na almost lost. Lucie Safarova had three or four match points in her name, ALL OF WHICH were saved by Li when she was 3-5 down in the second set, all to get the set 7-6(10-8)... thunderous Li. She won the third and final set 6-3. What a Comeback Li in the Melbourne 40+ degree heat! Well PLAYED Lucie safarova, well there has to be only one winner, Li Na... Serena Williams is also through, with an of course EASY win for her.. Roger Federer in action tomorrow along with Andy Murray, Jo Wilfried T ...
If you're looking forward to the tennis from Australian tonight (or today), we're hoping the heat won't cause suspension of play again today. The forecast is not vey optimistic, however. But there are some enticing prospective matches on the roofed courts, if worst comes to worst. Serena Williams leads the way on Rod Laver Arena, taking on Daniela Hantuchova. David Ferrer v. Jeremy Chardy will follow, and local player Casey Dellacqua will then play Jie Zheng. Over on Hisense Arena, American Alison Riske will try to take down the no. 9 seed Angelique Kerber. Li Na should be able to cope with Lucie Safarova, but Tomas Berdych may face a challenge from the talented Damir Dzumhur. If you're up late (or early), Ana Ivanovic is scheduled against local favorite Sam Stosur on Rod Laver Arena in the night session, followed by Novak Djokovic v. Denis Istomin, In the night session on Hisense, Tommy Robredo will play Richard Gasquet in a match that could be a long-drawn out affair between two veterans. And doubles ge ...
Hoping to keep our good form up tomorrow , with 2 bets again : Wta Eastbourne – 11:00 – Jamie Hampton @ 7/8 v Lucie Safarova – 888Sport Backing Jamie Hampton at the moment seems to be a profitable strategy and we see no reason to go against that here. Hampton is playing some quality tennis at the moment , shes shot up to 42nd in the world out of nowhere and has shown ability that can easily make her a top 20 player. Shes looked good on the grass so far in her early career recording 6 out of 7 victories so far this season and hasn’t dropped a set in her last 5 matches including an impressive win against world number 4 Radwanska this week. Safarova is the total opposite of Hampton as shes currently having a year to forget , there was talks of her breaking into the top 10 at the beginning of the season however her main challenge at the moment seems to be staying in the top 30. Safarova did record a victory over Stosur last round , however I wouldn’t read too much into this as Stosur has never had a ...
ESPN Video: Serena Williams talks about her dominant win over Lucie Safarova and her improved health.
Watch Serena Williams vs. Lucie Safarova in 2012 Family Circle Cup live online at ESPN3 on WatchESPN. Check out the full replay if you've missed the livestream.
Serena Williams capped a dominant week with another powerful performance to beat Lucie Safarova 6-0, 6-1 and capture her first clay-court tournament in four years at the Family Circle Cup on Sunday.
Serena Williams won the 40th WTA title of her career by crushing Lucie Safarova 6-0 6-1 in the final of the Family Circle Cup in Charleston.
ESPN Video: Serena Williams picked up her 40th WTA title by defeating Lucie Safarova in the Family Circle Cup finals.
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