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Former world number one Serena Williams looked sharp in her return to the hardcourts after a week-long break, soundly defeatingRead More
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Serena Williams will play in the Rogers Cup next month at MontrealRead More
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit and husband to tennis player Serena Williams, is quickly establishingRead More
The first to disappear usually is the first serve. Julia Goerges, serving great and moving well in her first Grand Slam semi-final, was unfazed by the occasion of facing Serena Williams on Centre Court. Her percentage of first serve points won was second only to Williams in the tournament amongRead More
In the vast list of traditions that the Wimbledon Championships strictly and proudly follows is the middle Sunday break. It is the only Grand Slam that has an off day built into itsRead More
Even in the old black and white footage, the colours of Wimbledon are vivid. It doesn’t take a flight of imagination to contrast the lush green with the pristine whites as wooden racquet-bearing trailblazers trade gentle strokes back and forth. The allure of Wimbledon hasn’t fadedRead More
What could be better than a perfect 10? An incredible 11.
Rafael Nadal, who has been rewriting history books since his first triumph at the 2005 French Open, won his eleventh title at Roland Garros on Sunday to add another record to his name. He became only the second player sinceRead More
Paris: Sloane Stephens maintained her perfect record against fellow American Madison Keys as she blazed into the French Open final with a 6-4, 6-4 win on Thursday in a repeat of last year’s US Open final.
In the first all-American Roland Garros semi-finalRead More
Out on Court No 8 parked in the oblivious half of Roland Garros, and swamped by the alien red earth, Yuki Bhambri cut a lonely, and somewhat sorry, figure. Uncomfortable and out of sorts, the Indian No 1 crashed in a heapRead More