Archive for the 'WTA' Category
January 3rd, 2010
he only thing that’s happened at these events is a bunch of qualifying matches have been played.
December 31st, 2009
These are the people who made their first splash in the 2009 season, and we will almost certainly be seeing more of them in the future.
December 13th, 2009
The 2009 Tennis-X.com Year-End Awards.
December 3rd, 2009
After 16 years in the sport, Amelia Mauresmo has called it a day.
October 31st, 2009
Serena and Venus Williams will meet for the 23rd time Sunday in the Doha WTA finals.
October 29th, 2009
Serena Williams will finish No. 1 on the WTA after defeating sister Venus at the Doha Championships.
October 17th, 2009
Another retirement puts a fresh Rafael Nadal into the final against Nikolay Davydenko.
October 10th, 2009
21-year-old Marin Cilic scored his second big scalp in as many months following a 6-1, 6-3 beating over Rafael Nadal in the Beijing semifinals.
October 8th, 2009
Rafael Nadal goes three sets in a win over James Blake while Serena gets undressed for the cover of ESPN The Magazine.
October 6th, 2009
Dinara Safina doesn’t have to worry anymore, Serena Williams is returning to the No. 1 ranking!
October 3rd, 2009
Maria Sharapova won her first title in 18 months in Tokyo after Jelena Jankovic retired late in the first set due to a wrist injury.
September 29th, 2009
One day the WTA appears to have no depth, the next, more than enough depth.
September 22nd, 2009
Former World No. 1 Justine Henin officially announced today that she will return to women’s tennis in 2010.
September 15th, 2009
The script at this point read that Federer breaks serve early in the fourth set and wins the U.S. Open. Del Potro had other ideas and saved break points in his first two service games of the fourth set. Another tiebreak was upon both players and del Potro took advantage of a Federer double fault to win again on a single mini-break. Despite saving a break point when serving at 2-0 in the fifth set, del Potro basically dominated the final frame of play.
September 8th, 2009
Andy Murray has the tools to win a Grand Slam event, but he does face a tough question: “Should I stick with a generally effective strategy of counterpunching or change strategies by developing and using bigger shots?” Internal doubts arising from this quandary might be worse than just selecting one option and committing to it.