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Caroline Wozniacki defeats Venus Williams in straight sets to win first WTA Final | Toronto Star

SINGAPORE—Caroline Wozniacki won the biggest title of her career when she beat Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 in the WTA Finals on Sunday. The Dane completed the victory with a backhand down the line on a second match point for her 60th match victory of the season. The 27-year-old Woz...

Maria Sharapova On Her Comeback and "Rival" Serena Williams

Her reputation as an astute self-marketer is such that in a recent profile in Racquet Magazine, writer Sarah Nicole Pritchett compared Sharapova to fellow self-branding guru Taylor Swift, a comparison that Sharapova herself balks at: "I think you just go about your life and your ...

Muguruza, Nadal do Spain proud

GARBINE Muguruza made her debut at No. 1 on Monday, joining US Open champion Rafael Nadal in making Spain the first country since the United States 14 years ago to top the WTA and ATP rankings. Andre Agassi and Serena Williams were both No. 1 in 2003. Muguruza, the Wimbledon ch...

Garbine Muguruza joins US Open champion Rafael Nadal at No.1 for Spain

Garbine Muguruza made her debut at No. 1 on Monday, joining U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal in making Spain the first country since the United States 14 years ago to top the WTA and ATP rankings. Andre Agassi and Serena Williams were both No. 1 in 2003. Muguruza, the Wimbledon ...

Garbine Muguruza may start a new era at US Open

Garbine Muguruza, 23, clinched another big WTA title, this time at Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati dismantling Simona Halep in a very one-sided final encounter. Thus, Muguruza seems to have...

Maria Sharapova Called ‘Little B****’ by Serena Williams, Reveals Russian Tennis Star’s Autobiography ‘Unstoppable: My Life So Far’

Women’s Tennis is incredibly missing the presence of two of its biggest champions – Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova. Apart from bringing a top-notch class act on the court, they shared th...

Maria Sharapova reveals where rivalry with Serena Williams started

Maria Sharapova really burst on the tennis scene for the first time after beating Serena Williams as an unknown 17-year-old in the 2004 Wimbledon final. Williams was the defending champion, and f...

Roger Federer: Tennis Superman

No superlative can describe the magical winning machine that is Roger Federer. He continues to defy age and logic after his latest Grand Slam win. The Swiss may sit out the Montreal Masters and p...

Roger Federer will start as favourite to seal historic 20th Grand Slam title at the US Open

Roger Federer will start as favourite to seal historic 20th Grand Slam title at the US Open Swiss may sit out the Montreal Masters and play only in Cincinnati befor...

There Is No Hiding From Roger Federer

Among the many aspects of Roger Federer that defy comprehension, most of them having to do with the possibilities of the human body, one puzzle has been stuck in my head lately. That is: his plai...

Play until I'm 40? Federer eyes new era of supremacy

Combination picture shows Switzerland's Roger Federer holding up the Wimbledon Championships men's singles trophy after winning each of his eight titles Buoyed by his record-setting eighth Wimbl...

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