Serena Williams Leaves Behind one of Tennis’ Vital Legacies

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It was September 1999. Christina Aguilera and The Backstreet Boys dominated the music charts. Bruce Willis and The Sixth Sense were the talk of the cinemas, and SpongeBob SquarePants was in the middle of its very first season on Nickelodeon. And in New York, as a Martina Hingis backhand sailed long at the US Open, […] READ MORE



Swiatek Storms to Sunshine Double

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Iga Swiatek has continued her dominance in 2022, after beating Naomi Osaka 6-4 6-0 to win the Miami Open. Swiatek did not drop a set on her way to the title in Miami, and brushed aside a rejuvenated Osaka following a competitive first set. The Pole, who will be crowned World #1 on Monday, is […] READ MORE




The Greatest US Open Female Players of the Open Era

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There have been an incredible number of great champions at the US Open. But, just as in the men’s game, only a handful of women in the Open Era have been able to dominate the event and win multiple titles in the trying New York conditions. Here’s a look at these champions in greater detail: […] READ MORE


Best Female Players Who Never Won the French Open

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We recently covered the best male players who never won the French Open. It will be remiss of us not to feature the great female players who didn’t triumph in Paris. Best Female Players Who Never Won the French Open Martina Hingis Hingis is the first big name on this list. Hingis emerged as the […] READ MORE


Big Names To Miss The French Open Including Federer and Barty

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This years French Open will have some big names who will not be playing. Some will not play because of the global pandemic, some because of injuries, and others because of personal choices. No question that these players will be missed in Paris, and hopefully we can see them soon once again. Here are the […] READ MORE


Former Champions Kim Clijsters and Andy Murray Return to US Open

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Former champions Kim Clijsters and Andy Murray will return to Grand Slam tennis on Tuesday at the 2020 US Open. The unranked 37-year-old wild card Clijsters will face WTA #27 Ekaterina Alexandrova in her first round match. The Belgian is making her second comeback and played her first official match in over seven years in […] READ MORE