Serena Williams defeats Justine Henin, wins Sony Ericsson Open

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Justine Henin didn’t manage to add the Miami title to her collection, while Serena Williams accompanies Steffi Graf as the only two female tennis players who won both the Australian Open and Miami in...

Serena Williams – Indian Wells never again

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New WTA rules which take effect in 2009 oblige players to take part in a number of tournaments, among which is Indian Wells. Those who refuse to compete will be subjects to sanctions (suspension...

Four changes in the top ten

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Svetlana Kuznetsova's poor play in Miami cost her to go down two spots in WTA Tour Singles Rankings (from 3rd to 5th). Two players own her a favor for their higher ranking - Amelie...

Serena Williams quits the Family Circle Cup

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Serena's injury forced her to pull out of her second-round match with Taiwan's Chan Yung-Jan. At the moment she gave up, she was leading 5-3. "I've been playing a lot on the clay. I was...

Serena’s replacement victorious in Fed Cup

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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,...

Serena’s grand plans

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Serena Williams ended 2006 ranked 95th, now she's world No.12. And not only that, she already has two important titles in 2007 - the Australian Open and the Sony Ericsson Open. However, Serena's ambitions...

About players’ habits to retire from matches

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How often do injured players retire when closer to victory, and how often when they are losing? Which players are more likely to retire, and which stay in match even though they are losing? Tennis...

Players most likely to win in Rome

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Internazionali BNL d'Italia is the most prestigious clay-court tournament after Roland Garros. It is a Tier I event with the prize money of $1,340,000. Amelie Mauresmo of France is seeded at the top. She...

Williams, Kuznetsova Henin’s biggest challengers in Paris

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The players that pose the biggest threat to the 2003, 2005, and 2006 French Open winner, Justine Henin, are Serena Williams and Svetlana Kuznetsova. The American, who won Roland Garros in 2002, hasn't played much,...

Henin, Williams, Safina move to round two of RG

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On the rainy first day of the French Open, four players advanced to the second round: the defending champion and three-time Roland Garros winner Justine Henin, the 2002 French Open winner Serena Williams, Dinara...