Saving The Best For Last At US Open 2014

And in this way , the last Grand Slam had redemption for Serena Williams, a comeback for Martin Cilic, a Japanese star in the making , an American doubles duo writing history and a Russian pair winning the Womens double. But Saving the Best for Last , we had an Indian in the Winners Circle – Welcome Back Sania – We have been waiting for you…

Serena and Wozniacki Take Friendship Off Courts All The Way To The US Open Finals

Serena Williams is used to playing big matches at the biggest tournaments against opponents she cares deeply about. The 17-time Grand Slam champion has made a career out of meeting and beating big sister Venus in the finals of the majors. So it’s unlikely that she will have a tough time in dealing with playing

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Analysis of Sania’s Third Grand Slam Win

  Carrying the Tricolor This has been a slow year for Indian tennis in the Grand Slams but we seem to be getting back on track. Today was the 1st Grand Slam title of the year for India and this time the winning team had an Indian other than Mahesh and Leander. This time around,

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Sania Mirza Wins US Open Mixed Doubles With Bruno Soares

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza won her third Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the US Open, partnering with Brazil’s Bruno Soares to score a tense win over Abigail Spears/ Santiao Gonzalez in the final on Friday in exactly one hour. First Set -Won in a Flash Playing the first match of the day on

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Sania Mirza Enters Mixed Doubles Final

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza is one step away from her maiden U.S. Open title as she moved into the mixed doubles finals on Wednesday. Sania along with Brazilian partner Bruno Soares defeated a fighting Yung Jan Chan of Taipei and Ross Hutchins of Great Britain 7-5 4-6 10-7 in the semi-finals. Top seeded Sania

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Sania Mirza & Cara Black Lose US Open Semi Final

Sania Mirza’s dream of capturing her first-ever Grand Slam women’s doubles title came to an end on Thursday in the Big Apple as she and partner Cara Black, of Zimbabwe, were beaten in the semi-finals of the US Open Tennis Championships. Mirza and Black, the third seeds, got off to a slow start losing the

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