#451031654 / gettyimages.com
(June 22, 2014) WIMBLEDON – Last year’s Wimbledon Ladies’ champion Marion Bartoli says she has no regrets about retiring shortly after winning the tournament. At 28-years-old, she retired six weeks after Wimbledon after losing in Cincinnati.
“Literally I can’t even lift my arm every morning,” the Frenchwoman said. “It was the same...
(June 6, 2014)LTA – Marion Bartoli will share a court with fellow Wimbledon singles champion Andy Murray as part of the Rally For Bally on June 15th.
Bartoli and Murray, both of whom lifted Wimbledon trophies at The Championships in 2013, will join with Ross Hutchins at The Queen’s Club, which hosts one of three Rally For Bally fundraising matches all being held that day....
Victoria Azarenka will star for the Philadelphia Freedoms in World TeamTennis.
The No. 2 player in the world was selected in the Mylan WTT marquee player draft on Tuesday. Azarenka returns to WTT for the first time in four years.
The San Diego Aviators will feature the No. 1 doubles team of Bob and Mike Bryan. They'll be joined by Daniela Hantuchova, who will make her WTT debut...
Via AP on Fox
February 11, 2014
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...
Via AP on Fox
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...