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Serena Williams had completed a dazzling display of tennis to dominate her opponent and advance to her fourth finals of the year at the Family Circle Cup on Saturday. Her excitement, though, was over the weeklong play of sister Venus despite big
Serena Williams has crushed her older sibling Venus 6-1 6-2 to reach the final of Family Circle Cup in the most lop-sided match between the American sisters in their WTA Tour careers. In the first match between them in four years, Serena needed just
Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, Venus Williams, and a host of other stars and up-and-coming pros are on hand for the proceedings, and took part in a Sunday night red-carpet walk and player party. Here, in no particular order, are the Spin's
Serena Williams, fresh from winning a record sixth Miami Masters title, will seek her third trophy of the season at the WTA Family Circle Cup clay-court event. Defending champion and top seed Williams, who like the other top-eight seeds received a
The Oaks tennis champ in tired, but happy Published: Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 7:04 p.m...Mariana Duque-Marino did what she came to The Oaks Club to do, and still her job wasn't finished. Beating Estrella Cabeza-Candela in Sunday's final of The Oaks
S.C. (AP) — What a week for the Williams sisters. Serena gained a title, Venus found a renewed belief in her game and both showed a calm confidence at the Family Circle Cup born of perspective and enduring difficult times.
S.C. (AP) — Serena Williams capped a dominant week with another powerful performance to beat Lucie Safarova 6-0, 6-1 and capture her first clay-court tournament in four years at the Family Circle Cup on Sunday. Williams didn't
S.C. (AP) Serena Williams capped a dominant week with another powerful performance to beat Lucie Safarova 6-0, 6-1 and capture her first clay-court tournament in four years at the Family Circle Cup on Sunday. Williams didn't drop a set in five
Rare Undated Pictures of the Original Nine' WTA Starters At the 40th anniversary of the Family Circle Cup tennis tournament in Charleston, members of the "Original Nine" who started the Women's Tennis Association in the year 1970 were honoured.
S.C. (AP) — Billie Jean King loves sharing the story of how the eventual Women's Tennis Association began. King and the other eight women who forged ahead for a tour and better pay have reunited this weekend in Charleston, S.C.,