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Articles To begin with, the downpours meant that of the 16 scheduled singles matches for Day Seven, only 11 could be completed. Fortunately for the organisers, the big seeds (some of them anyway) made it through on the day, thereby easing scheduling...
The Jakarta Post
On another wet day at Wimbledon on Monday with one more big surprise top-ranked Maria Sharapova going out in the fourth round there was another slightly surreal scene at a tournament that had already seen its fair share of them. A pigeon eager to get...
Serena Williams, the Wimbledon winner in 2010, had a warning for Petra Kvitova, the present champion, ahead of the quarter-final meeting between the two at the All-England Club on Tuesday. "I don't feel tired at all; I feel so fresh," the American...
Maria Sharapova , Sabine Lisicki , Germany Ana Ivanovic Last updated on: July 3, 2012 09:11 IST Share this Ask Users Write a Comment Print this article A na Ivanovic also leads in the beauty stakes, but her tennis career has not been upto the mark.
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Maria Sharapova stepped on to Court No1 yesterday (Monday) as the tournament favourite and world No1; she left it as neither, soundly beaten by world No15 Sabine Lisicki. The German sank to her knees as the emotion of her achievement overcame her.
Angelique Kerber vs. (15) Sabine Lisicki Head-to-Head: Kerber leads 4-0 What Kerber needs to do to win: The left-hander must use her wide serve to stretch the court and win most of the longer rallies against her more explosive opponent. She must also...