2013 Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has launched her Winby Marion Collection of jewelry and accessories. Above besties Dominika Cibulkova and Marion pose with the new line's "Wingista Wings" (shoe ornaments of sorts) a fly-to-your-dreams token from Marion to Domi on the eve of the Australian Open finals. Below Marion wears a set on her shoes. Follow Marion on Twitter...
Just to be clear: Marion Bartoli is not coming out of retirement.
The reigning Wimbledon champion did say, however, that she may play at the All England Club this year - in the invitational legends' doubles event. ''So I will play the second week,'' she said Wednesday.
The 29-year-old Frenchwoman, who retired suddenly just weeks after winning the Wimbledon title...
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January 22, 2014
Of course the girl who always rocks the Louboutins off the court, and who would always bring her precious Louis (Vuitton that is) on the court, would be the one to come up with a way to bling out any tennis outfit - a wristband collection! I haven't been able to find any press about it, but Marion Bartoli took it upon herself to put it out there via Twitter:
My best friend...
Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli withdrew from the Bank of the West Classic on Thursday because of a hamstring strain.
''During Wimbledon, I developed a strain in my hamstring which has not healed over the past two weeks,'' said Bartoli, the 2009 tournament winner. ''I have been receiving therapy and was optimistic that I would be able to participate. Unfortunately...
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July 18, 2013
BBC's John Inverdale is catching a lot of heat for comments he made about the physical appearance of Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli.
France's Marion Bartoli had a career breakthrough on Saturday by winning the Wimbledon Ladies Championship, her first Grand Slam title. As she was celebrating her victory, the BBC had to apologize for commentator John Inverdale who made some disparaging remarks about Bartoli before her win against Sabine Lisicki.
On BBC Radio, Inverdale who has covered many major events for...
Marion Bartoli won Wimbledon on Saturday. It wasn't a great match, as many have pointed out, this website included.
Inevitably, while searching for ways to express disappointment at the dull end to the sport's marquee tournament, someone was going to stumble onto that big no-no of a talking point -- a player's looks.
Enter BBC radio commentator John Inverdale, who had...
Sloane Stephens was the only American left at Wimbledon with a chance to move onto the semis. That was until Stephens was defeated by Marion Bartoli of France. You may recall Stephens beat Serena Williams in Australia, so she had the fire power to move on at Wimbledon. Stephens was the last hope for the American’s. She was defeated by Bartoli, 6-4, 7-5 in a rain-interrupted, break...
French Open champion Li Na recovered from a service break down in the final set to beat Marion Bartoli 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 and give China a 1-0 lead over France after Saturday's opening match of the Hopman Cup mixed teams tournament.
Bartoli broke Li's serve in the fifth game of the final set to take a 3-2 lead, but Li broke back in the eighth game to even the set at 4-4 and took...
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December 31, 2011