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,...

Sharapova supports Sochi 2014

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Russia's Maria Sharapova would be very happy if Sochi, the city where her love for tennis began, gets chosen to host 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Maria expressed how delighted she would be if...

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...

Ana Ivanovic triumphs in Berlin

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Today, at the Qatar Telecom German Open, 19-year-old Ana Ivanovic won her third career title. This is Ana's second Tier I title and 430 points she earned today put her in the top ten...

Jankovic misses her chance to beat Henin

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In Berlin quarterfinal Jelena Jankovic continued her tradition of winning the opening set against Justine Henin, and eventually coming out as a loser. So far, they have played five times, and four times Jelena...

Sharapova, Hingis doubtful for French Open

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Maria and Martina have both suffered injuries and they are considering whether or not to compete in Roland Garros which starts on 27 May. The Russian hasn't played since March when she lost to Serena...

Kim Clijsters retires earlier than planned

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Kim Clijsters of Belgium was supposed to quit after the tournament in Stuttgart, taking place in October, but she changed her mind and retired May 6, 2007. Even though still in...

Dementieva beat Meilen Tu in Poland

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Seventh seed Elena Dementieva needed 159 minutes to overwhelm unseeded Meilen Tu of America 6-7 (5), 6-0, 7-5. This was Russian's first match since February 15th, and the first one she has won since February...

Petrova, Chakvetadze advance in Warsaw despite cold weather

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Russians Nadia Petrova and Anna Chakvetadze overcame the cold and wind and reached the second round of the J&S Cup. "The conditions were I think the worst," Petrova said. "It was...