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Down the Line!:
Here's a sneak peek at the documentary about Venus and Serena Williams that they reportedly weren't too happy with. The sisters objected to the way father, Richard, ended up coming across in the film. Not exactly sure what that means, but I sure can't wait to find out.
The Williams sisters have been notoriously private over the years, barely letting anyone outside their immediate circles into their lives. But, based on this preview, fans might finally a good look.
The documentary will be available on demand April 4 and opening in theaters on May 10.
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© Sony Open Tennis Serena Williams is powering her way through the Sony Open draw hoping for a record 6th trophy in her hometown tourney. She is wearing the summered-up version of the tennis dress she wore in Australia earlier this year. It's the Nike Pleated Knit Dress in White with Atomic Teal, Violet Force and Volt, $90. Perfect colors for springtime in Miami and on court...
No matter what you think of the Williams sisters, their rise to the top of the tennis world is one of the most intriguing stories in sports. Now, in a new documentary titled, "Venus and Serena" you will be relive their journey from unlikely prodigies living in Compton to future tennis hall of fame inductees. The movie debuts on iTunes on April 4th, and in theaters on...
Serena Williams poses with the Sony Open winner’s trophy at Crandon Park beach
By Jane Voigt
MIAMI, FL (March 30, 2013) — When the ultimate tennis history book opens, Serena Williams‘ name will pop out like bright shinny diamonds in the sky.
And it’s not because Maria Sharapova or any other great player has not made an impact. It’s because of Serena Williams’ game. Her...
By Kevin Ware (March 30, 2013) MIAMI – Serena Williams pulled off a comeback win for the ages on Saturday at the Sony Open. Down a set and a break against Maria Sharapova, Williams won the final 10 games to record a 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 victory, and pick up her record sixth title in Miami. It [...]
For a set, Serena Williams was searching for the turbo charger that must be hidden under the hood of that white Rolls-Royce she parks outside the stadium. But when she found it, all Maria Sharapova's great work in this spellbinding final was blown to smithereens as Williams won the Sony Open for the sixth time with a memorable, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 victory Saturday.
Incredibly, a match...
By Kevin Ware (March 29, 2013) Serena Williams has already broken Steffi Graf’s total number of Miami match wins, and now has the chance to pull ahead in most Miami titles won. The only thing between Williams and Miami immortality is Maria Sharapova. Sharapova, the newest member of the career Grand Slam club, has been [...]
After a couple of shaky starts in her previous matches, Serena Williams saved her fans any more heart palpitations by crushing the defending champion, Agnieszka Radwanska, 6-0, 6-3 in 1 hour, 5 minutes under the lights Thursday in a semi-final of the Sony Open.
Radwanska had only won one set off Serena in four previous meetings and from the first ball there did not seem much chance...
By Kevin Ware (March 28, 2013) MIAMI – In spite of injuries, illness, upsets, and withdrawals by the dozens, my initial selections for the Women’s semifinals held (mostly) true to form with three out of four correct picks: Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, and Agnieszka Radwanska. Jelena Jankovic occupies the fourth spot left open from Victoria [...]
Serena Williams has broken the Key Biscayne women's record for
most titles, and Maria Sharapova has set a new standard for
futility in finals.
Serena eyes a record-breaking sixth Miami title.
As her records in key rivalries and her stunning semifinal rout of Agnieszka Radwanska illustrated, Serena Williams plays her best against the best. Never does that trait become more apparent than in her matches against Maria Sharapova, long envisioned by the media as Serena’s most plausible rival. Since she escaped three match...
Miami, FL, USA March 19-31, 2013 Hard/Outdoors Results – Thursday, March 28, 2013 WTA Singles – Semifinals (1) Serena Williams (USA) d. (4) Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) 60 63 (3) Maria Sharapova (RUS) d. (22) Jelena Jankovic (SRB) 62 61 ATP Singles – Quarterfinals  A Murray (GBR) d  M Cilic (CRO) 64 63  [...]