Golovin becomes promoter of gender equality

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Porsche, a famous automotive company and supporter of women's professional tennis, donated €50,000 to benefit the partnership between UNESCO and the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour. This partnership was formed in November 2006, in order...

Can Mauresmo win Roland Garros?

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World No.5 has a lot of achievements to be proud of - two Grand Slam titles, 25 WTA Tour events, a Fed Cup, and four years in the top five. Still, at her home...

Golovin pulls out of Roland Garros

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Tatiana Golovin, ranked 17th in the world, had to withdraw from her home Grand Slam tournament which starts on Sunday. The French No. 2 hasn't recovered from a right-foot injury she received during Fed...

Justine ready for Roland Garros

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The top-ranked player in the world announced on her website that she is physically fit and ready for Roland Garros which starts on Sunday. She has no more injuries. Respiratory problems she had...

Jankovic lifts her second Tier I trophy

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Jelena Jankovic defeated world number three and second seed Svetlana Kuznetsova 7-5 6-1 to win the Internazionali BNL d'Italia and join Justin Henin as the only WTA players who have won three tournaments this...

Superb Jankovic reaches Italian Open final

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Third-seeded Jelena Jankovic convincingly beat Patty Schnyder 6-1, 6-3 to advance to her first Rome final. JJ showed a high level of tennis -- she moved brilliantly, and with great precision hit the lines and...

Maria to play on clay for the first time in 2007

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Maria Sharapova has been sidelined by shoulder and hamstring injuries since the early April. Now she's finally coming back. World No. 2 will appear on clay for the first time this season; she'll play...

Hingis pulls out of Roland Garros

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Martina Hingis withdrew from the French Open, the only Grand Slam she hasn't won in her career. After losing to compatriot Patty Schnyder in Berlin, Martina admitted having back and hip injuries. World No. 6...

Top seed Mauresmo dropped out of Rome

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Samantha Stosur, ranked 29th in the world, caused the first major upset at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia, defeating top-seeded Amelie Mauresmo in a nail-biting match that lasted almost three hours. They played shot for shot,...

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,...