Wimbledon 2015: Serena Survives; Mirza, Bopanna Win

World No. 1 Serena Williams averted a disaster on Centre Court as she battled back from the brink to enter the fourth round at Wimbledon 2015 on Friday. In a thrilling third round encounter against British No. 1 Heather Watson, the top seed once again showed her incredible fighting spirit to pull through 6-2, 4-6,

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Wimbledon: Djokovic, Serena Through; Farewell For Hewitt

A quartet of Wimbledon champions progressed safely into the second round of the year’s third Grand Slam as the oldest tennis tournament got under way on Monday. Defending champion Novak Djokovic made short work of a potentially tricky opponent while on the ladies side, Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova notched up comfortable wins.

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Wimbledon Draw – Serena Williams Favored To Win

World No. 1 Serena Williams starts off as the heavy favourite for the Wimbledon women’s singles title as the American aims to complete the Serena Slam for just the second time in her career and move closer to completing the calendar year Grand Slam. Even when her game is not on, the American’s steely mentality

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International Tennis Weekly #10: Wawrinka and Williams Are French Open Champions

It was Stan Wawrinka and Serena Williams who walked away with the singles titles at the French Open after an exicting fortnight of clay court tennis in Paris. Our thoughts on the French Open 2015 winners. Stan Wawrinka Wins Second Grand Slam Most people, me included, had picked three people to win the men’s singles

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Stan Wawrinka Wows In Paris; Safarova Wins In Doubles

It was meant to be Novak Djokovic’s day to shine. The Serb had endured a couple of painful defeats at the hands of Rafael Nadal in two French Open finals before. Finally this year, he had surmounted the Rafa obstacle in the quarter-finals to find himself within touching distance of completing the elusive Career Slam. But Stan

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It is Slam #20 For Serena Williams; Bryans Lose Final

Serena Williams never ceases to amaze. Of her innumerable Slam titles, this was perhaps the hardest road to victory. The 33-year-old American was suffering from a bout of flu since her third round match and struggled with her mobility on court. In four out of her six matches before the final at the 2015 French Open,

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Serena Williams Captures Third French Open Title

Top-ranked Serena Williams overcame a spirited Lucie Safarova to capture her third French Open crown and her 20th career Grand Slam title in Paris on Saturday. The 33-year-old American who was suffering from a bout of flu, staged a remarkable recovery after going a break down in the third set and won the final 6-3,

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2015 French Open Recap

The 2015 French Open saw its conclusion recently. The clay court tournament saw some excellent action throughout its run and the tennis fans were certainly entertained. Rolland Garros saw the crowning of a new king and queen. Now, here is a look back at the ride that we have had this year at the 2015

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Stan Wawrinka Reaches Maiden French Open Final

Eighth seed Stan Wawrinka reached his first French Open final with a 6-3, 6-7 (1), 7-6 (3), 6-4 victory over home hope and 14th seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday. But the Swiss has to wait a little longer to see who his opponent in the summit clash will be as the second men’s semi-final got

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French Open: It Is Serena V Safarova For The Title

She looked down and out after going a set and a break down. But a flu-affected Serena Williams staged an incredible recovery, as always, to book her place in her third French Open final on Thursday. Up next is a 28-year-old who is making her debut in a Grand Slam final – Lucie Safarova. Safarova

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