Fed Cup without Henin, Mauresmo and Sharapova

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I have already mentioned that Justine Henin won't play until April 30 (Warsaw - J&S Cup) due to her breathing problems. Amelie Mauresmo is still recovering from her appendectomy. And, Maria Sharapova, who was...

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...

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...

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...

Next Tournament – Bausch & Lomb Championships

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Bausch & Lomb Championships starts on April 2, in Amelia Island, Florida. It is played outdoors, on green clay surface. The only two players from the top 10 who will take part in this...

Henin won’t compete in Charleston

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After losing to Serena Williams in Miami final, Henin announced that she won't play in Charleston (which starts on April 9). She wants to go home and rest in order to prepare ...

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...