Rankings (as of 1-19-15)


1. Serena Williams
2. Maria Sharapova
3. Simona Halep
4. Petra Kvitova
5.
Ana Ivanovic
6. Agnieszka Radwanska
7. Eugenie Bouchard
8. Caroline Wozniacki
9. Angelique Kerber
10. Dominika Cibulkova
18. Venus Williams



Serena wins third French Open title
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 20:14

Congratulations to Serena Williams!  On Sunday, she defeated Lucie Safarova to win her third French Open singles title, and 20th grand slam singles title overall.  Do I hear GOAT?  Serena is just two slams away from equaling Steffi Graf's 22 grand slams, which is the most in the open-era of women's tennis.  

There is little rest for Serena.  She will aim to win her sixth Wimbledon title in just two weeks time.   If she does win Wimbledon, Serena will be one slam away from winning the grand slam of tennis - winning all four slams in the same year.  She is currently the holder of the U.S., Australian, and French Open titles!

For those who missed the French Open, matches are now available in the DVD section.

 
Serena wins 6th Australian Open (19 slams)
Written by Jeff   
Saturday, 31 January 2015 14:53

Congratulations to Serena Williams!  She defeated Maria Sharapova 6:3, 7:6 to win her sixth Australian Open title.   The title now gives Serena 19 total grand slam singles titles, surpassing Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova, putting herself at #2 on the list for most grand slam titles in the open era.  She is 3 slams behind Steffi Graf's total of 22 titles. Serena's victory gives her a 16-0 head-to-head over Maria Sharapova, since 2004.

Last Updated on Saturday, 31 January 2015 15:05
 
Serena claims much awaited 18th slam
Written by Jeff   
Sunday, 07 September 2014 22:57

Serena holds the trophy after winning the 2014 U.S. Open

Congratulations, Serena!   Serena joined legends Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert in the 18 grand slam singles titles club on Sunday, after defeating Caroline Wozniacki in impressive fashion--6:3, 6:3. 

Serena won the tournament without dropping a set, and because she won the U.S. Open Summer series, she took home an extra $1 million (claiming a total of $4 million in prize money).

Upon claiming her record prize money, Serena was joined on the court by Martina and Chris, who awarded her with a Tiffany gold bracelet engraved with the #18.

Serena will be 33 the end of this September.  There has always been doubters - Serena isn't training hard enough, Serena's injuries will get the best of her, Serena is over 30 and past her prime.  Serena proves the doubters wrong every time, and doesn't seem to be losing any motivation.  In her victory speech, Serena informed that she will be training hard to be in shape for next year's Australian Open.  Just how many slams will Serena win?  Nobody knows, but doubters be ware! :-)

 
Serena eases into Round 2
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 00:43

Serena had her game face on today!  In her opening round against Anna Tatishvilli, Serena hit 16 aces and won the match in just over one hour --6:1, 6:2.

Venus continues her Wimbledon campaign on Wednesday, facing Kurumi Nara of Japan.  Later in the day, the sisters will join forces to compete in their first-round doubles match. 

 

Earlier Results

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