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...

Focused Bartoli gives no chance to Lisicki, wins Wimbledon title!

Six years after making a surprise run to the Wimbledon final, Marion Bartoli repeated the feat when again she was not even close to the list of favorites to reach that far, this time...

Bartoli back in Wimbledon final, to play first-time Grand Slam finalist Lisicki

Marion Bartoli and Sabine Lisicki made the final of Wimbledon - just as everyone no one predicted prior to the tournament. The most recognizable WTA names were falling like ripe fruit already in the...

Bartoli can’t settle with new coaches, Gerald Bremond leaves her

After a brief cooperation with Jana Novotna that started ahead of Indian Wells and already during the next tournament of Miami the word was out that the split had happened and that father Walter...

After 22 years with one coach (her father), Marion Bartoli hires Jana Novotna

Twenty-eight-year-old Marion Bartoli made a tough decision to break free from her father Walter's 22-year-long tennis guidance, and despite talks that Amelie Mauresmo would be her new coach, Jana Novotna was hired ahead of...

Defending champion Radwanska falls in Dubai quarterfinals

Just as we said that the Dubai draw opened up for titleholder Agnieszka Radwanska with withdrawals of Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams, the Pole went out to Petra Kvitova 6-2 6-4 in the quarterfinals, who...

Marion Bartoli on split with father and wish to be coached by Amelie Mauresmo

The 2013 Qatar Total Open is the first tournament of Marion Bartoli's career without her father Walter by her side. The 28-year-old Frenchwoman won her opener against Francesca Schiavone 7-6(5) 6-3, even earning the...

Wozniacki sets up meeting with Cibulkova in Moscow quarterfinals

After enjoying a bye in the first round of the Kremlin Cup, Caroline Wozniacki went past Urszula Radwanska, the younger and lower ranked Radwanska sister, to advance to the quarterfinals. The third-seeded Dane converted all...

Sofia Arvidsson upsets Marion Bartoli in the second round of Kremlin Cup

Seed No.2 Marion Bartoli lost in the second round of the Kremlin Cup and now it's certain that Samantha Stosur, top seed in Moscow, will be the first alternate at the WTA Championships in...

Radwanska and Sharapova advance, Serbian top duo falls

Today at the China Open we had action in the second and third round. Second seed Maria Sharapova was successful in the second round, cruising past Sorana Cirstea 6-2 6-2, and will next face Polona...
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