Venus through to her first semifinal of 2012, Serena’s winning streak stopped

Unexpectedly, it was Venus Williams who continued to progress at the Western & Southern Open, while Serena Williams fell in the quarterfinals, ending her 19-match winning streak with only her fourth defeat of the...

Olympic WTA awards: Golden Empress, Bridesmaids, Gutsy Performers and others

Our guest blogger Omair likes to give WTA players unofficial titles on the account of their performance at big events. Notice how Serena improved from the Biggest Disappointment at Roland Garros, to Grass Empress...

Clijsters remains unbeaten by Ivanovic, Venus falls to Kerber

Kim Clijsters will likely end her career with a perfect 6-0 record against fellow Grand Slam champion and former No.1 Ana Ivanovic. In their today's encounter at the London Olympics, Clijsters won 84% of points...

Wimbledon 2012 WTA awards: Grass Empress, Finesse Queen, Gutsy Performer, Brave Heart, Biggest Disappointment

Omair is known for his statistical contributions to Women's Tennis Blog, but as of Roland Garros he started doing post-Grand Slam awards, giving WTA players awards they deserved on the account of their performance....

Serena wins a whole set just with aces in Wimbledon semi against Azarenka, Radwanska next

Acerena, that's how we can call Serena Williams from now on. In today's Wimbledon semifinal victory, the American fired 24 aces, the 24th in style, on the match point, that is actually 4x6 one...

Agnieszka Radwanska vs. Angelique Kerber – Wimbledon semifinal preview

Who will progress to the final of Wimbledon 2012? Let's get a closer look at the semifinal between third seed Agnieszka Radwanska and eighth seed Angelique Kerber and try to find out. The preview is courtesy of...

Brave Lisicki produces a thriller, but says goodbye against Kerber in Wimbledon quarters

It didn't seem likely based on the first set and the beginning of the second, but Sabine Lisicki woke up all the lulled tennis fans who are watching Wimbledon at night to produce a...

Paszek wins Eastbourne, Petrova victorious in s’-Hertogenbosch

The last two tournaments before Wimbledon are over and we have Tamira Paszek and Nadia Petrova lifting trophies. Paszek crowned a dream week at the AEGON International with her first Premier-level title. The Austrian came...

Clijsters withdraws from Unicef Open, Kerber and Paszek into Eastbourne final

Kim Clijsters returned to competitive tennis this week, after a three-month hip injury layoff, and she imposed herself as a big threat for the upcoming Wimbledon by reaching the semifinals of the Unicef Open....

Kerber leader in 2012 match wins, Clijsters advances at Unicef Open

Angelique Kerber defeated Ekaterina Makarova at the AEGON International 6-2 6-4 and reached her first semifinal on grass while becoming a leader in match wins in 2012. At the other tournament of the week, Kim...
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