France counts on Golovin in Fed Cup

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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...

Understanding Fed Cup groups

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It's not easy to understand the structure of the Fed Cup. The following text is my attempt to clarify how the Fed Cup groups are formed. I tried to make my explanation as simple...

Hingis receives the Meredith Inspiration Award

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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...

Jankovic cruises past Safina for Charleston title

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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...

Zvonareva withdraws; Safina, Jankovic in Charleston final

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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...

Jankovic defeats Venus Williams to enter Charleston final

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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...

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

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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...

Golovin wins the title

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France's Tatiana Golovin defeated top seed and defending champion Nadia Petrova of Russia 6-2, 6-1 at Amelia Island, Florida. This is Tatiana's first time to win this clay-court tournament; it's also her first WTA...

Venus Williams in good form for Bausch & Lomb

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Venus Williams says that she feels good and that she is satisfied with her performance in Memphis and Miami. We will see her at the Bausch & Lomb Champinship today when her opponent in...

Historic changes to women’s tennis

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In 2009 WTA will introduce the most significant changes since its formation in 1970. Their aim is to make top players compete more often, to make the season easier to follow and to minimize...