The Merry Old Land of Woz

Caroline Wozniacki

Great Dane Caroline Wozniacki, the Danish superstar from Odense, announced herself on the professional scene in 2005, just two years after her junior career started. Her first Women's Tennis Association (WTA) tour event was the Western and Southern Financial Group Women's Open in Cincinnati where she lost in the first round

WTA Miami Open Sunset

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At Crandon Park for the Miami Open, Serena Williams is in her kingdom. To be the best, you have to beat the best. When Serena plays her finest tennis, that quote resembles barely possible mission to accomplish. In semifinals battle that lasted over 130 minutes we have seen one of the most

LTA Change Wildcard Policy For British Tennis Players Competing In Wimbledon

LTA Change Wildcard Policy For British Tennis Players Competing In Wimbledon

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have amended their wildcard policy which will no longer guarantee a players ranking will gain him/her automatic entry into Wimbledon. The previous system ensured players ranked within the top 250 would qualify through the wildcard policy but an LTA spokesman revealed players will now be selected based on who

34 is the new 34

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34 is the new 34 We all know the feeling. Those days when you get up and feel like there is nothing left in your tank. This feeling may hit you the hardest on Monday mornings but quickly subsides after a hit of caffeine. For Venus Williams, the exhaustion never seems

Li Na, the Woman Who Changed the Game of Tennis, Retires

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Describing the exit of Li Na from the sport of tennis feels like an obituary for many. Plagued by knee injuries throughout her career, the 32 year-old finally hangs up her racquet this past Friday, leaving the tennis world with a sudden void that seems impossible to fill. Most are still

Comeback Queen Maria Sharapova Strikes Again

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Playing in her first match since losing in the 4th round of Wimbledon, Maria Sharapova took the centre stage against the Spanish player Garbine Muguruza in the Montreal Rogers Cup. Battling through in 2 hours and 11 minutes, Maria Sharapova won the encounter, taking the match 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. From the start Sharapova

Bouchard Disappoints in Hometown Opener


Eugenie Bouchard, the top ranked Canadian player, loses to qualifier Shelby Rogers 6-0, 2-6, 6-0 in the Montreal Rogers Cup during the second round. The crowd was packed with Bouchard fans, or better known as "Genie Army," some even travelled all the way from Australia to watch her play. However, Bouchard