Only Russia has top 10 players in first round of Fed Cup

0
Only three women from the top ten will take part in the first round of the Fed Cup -- Svetlana Kuznetsova, Nadia Petrova and Anna Chakvetadze; they are all representatives of Russia. Why won't the...

Venus Williams, Jelena Jankovic clash in Charleston semis

0
Unseeded Venus Williams upset Anabel Medina Garrigues 6-4, 7-5 to reach the final four of the Family Circle Cup. There, she will meet second seed Jelena Jankovic who defeated Katarina Srebotnik 6-2, 6-0. Soon,...

Jankovic defeats Venus Williams to enter Charleston final

3
What a match! Two hours and thirty minutes of uncertainty! Venus Williams and Jelena Jankovic both played very well at the semifinals of the Family Circle Cup, but somebody had to come out...

Zvonareva withdraws; Safina, Jankovic in Charleston final

1
Ninth seed Vera Zvonareva retired from the semifinals of the Family Circle Cup at the moment fellow Russian Dinara Safina, seeded four, lead 6-3, 0-1. Zvonareva had to give up the match due to...

Henin training to enter clay court season

0
Justine Henin has started training on clay court this week, and will continue to practice during the next two weeks. Before Roland Garros, we will see her in the J&S Cup, starting April 30 in...

Jankovic cruises past Safina for Charleston title

7
Second seed Jelena Jankovic beat fourth seed Dinara Safina 6-2, 6-2 in Sunday final of the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, South Carolina. This is the first Tier I final for Jankovic, and her...

Hingis receives the Meredith Inspiration Award

0
A five-time Grand Slam singles and nine-time Grand Slam doubles winner, Martina Hingis, accepted the 2007 Meredith Inspiration Award in Charleston three days ago. The award is given to a female professional athlete who...

France counts on Golovin in Fed Cup

1
France's No. 2, Tatiana Golovin, will be the leader of the French team in the Fed Cup, since France's highest ranked player, Amelie Mauresmo, is still recovering from her appendectomy. A lot of pressure...

Wimbledon will be Clijsters’ final Grand Slam

1
The most likeable female tennis player, Kim Clijsters, decided Wimbledon to be the last Grand Slam of her career. This means that she won't play at the U.S. Open, which she won in 2005. However,...

Serena’s replacement victorious in Fed Cup

0
Serena Williams of USA had to pull out of her Fed Cup match against Belgian Kirsten Flipkens because of minor inflammation in her right knee. Serena's injury appeared after her Saturday's match against Caroline Maes,...