Flavia Pennetta gives birth to son Federico

Flavia Pennetta, who stole my heart forever when she announced that she would retire from tennis in the classiest way one can imagine, right after winning her first Grand Slam title at the 2015 US...

Overview: second part of the WTA Finals elite eight

It was a race down to the wire, but when Carla Suarez Navarro lost her quarterfinal match at the Kremlin Cup on Thursday, the field for the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by...

Venus Williams ousts top seed Victoria Azarenka in the second round of Tokyo

Second-round action at the Toray Pan Pacific Open came to a close on Tuesday and the biggest surprise was the upset of top seed Victoria Azarenka by Venus Willliams in two sets 6-2 6-4 in one hour...

Dubai fashion: finalists EleVen and Lacoste + more

Dubai was exceptionally successful tournament for Women's Tennis Blog, because we managed to receive the pass for our photographer Jimmie48 and only the most professional media and big organizations such as Associated Press, Reuters and Getty...

Wimbledon Awards: Ms. Opportunity, Ms. Consistency, Ms. Brave Heart and more

Women's Tennis Blog's contributor Omair is back after his lengthy exam period to present our WTA stars with the awards they deserved based on their performance at Wimbledon 2013. Last year his article was...

Sunday tennis marathon in Dubai

Sunday saw the beginning of the round-one action at the 2015 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships and the tournament started out with a bang, featuring two highly dramatic and lengthy first-round matches. Held inside the famous...

Pennetta, Kuznetsova, Kanepi, Baltacha withdraw from US Open

The US Open starts in six days and so far we know that four WTA players will not participate: Flavia Pennetta of Italy, the 2004 US Open champion Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia, Kaia Kanepi...

Angelique Kerber continues her winning ways in Doha, Hantuchova and Cibulkova out

At the Qatar Total Open, in an all-German first-round encounter between fresh first-time WTA titlist Angelique Kerber and ninth seed Sabine Lisicki, the newer German force took charge, overcame stomach problems, came back from...

Zheng wins Auckland as Pennetta adds her name to the injured players list

At the ASB Classic in Auckland, world No.34 Zheng Jie won her first title since 2006, but the final match was an unfinished battle, as her opponent Flavia Pennetta retired at 2-6 6-3 2-0...

Flavia Pennetta puts it out there: single with satisfactory sex life

You have to love Flavia Pennetta. In an interview with Diva e donna the Italian admitted how former boyfriend and former tennis world No.1 Carlos Moya hurt her, because she believed they would be...
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