Serena Williams won her eighth Key Biscayne title Saturday and remained unbeaten this year by drubbing Carla Suarez Navarro 6-2, 6-0 in the final of the Miami Open.
Williams became the fourth woman to win the same WTA event at least eight times. Martina Navratilova won Chicago 12 times, the most titles by a woman at any tournament.
The top-ranked Williams claimed her second title...
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22 days ago
The 2015 Miami Open is in full swing with several star tennis players cruising on to the semifinals. Miami Open tickets can still be purchased for the semifinals on April 2nd, which will then be followed by the finals on the fourth and fifth at Tennis Center at Crandon Park.
It’s been a wild ride through the first few days, as most of the sleepers have fallen to the top seeds,...
Seven-time champion Serena Williams overcame some shaky play Wednesday for her 700th career victory, beating Sabine Lisicki 7-6 (4), 1-6, 6-3 to reach the semifinals of the Miami Open.
Williams won despite an unreliable serve, a poor second set and 51 unforced errors. The victory was her 16th in a row on Key Biscayne, where she's the two-time defending champion.
The No. 1-seeded...
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25 days ago
Less than one week after Serena Williams withdrew from her Indian Wells semifinal with a knee injury, the two-time Miami Open defending champion said on Wednesday she's hoping to be fit to play on Friday night.
One reason Williams is so intent on playing at Miami is she considers it her home tournament - she lives a little over an hour away in Palm Beach County.
The other reason...
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March 25, 2015
As flawless as Beyonce’s “7/11″ music video was, Serena Williams somehow managed to make her own version that is just as great as the original. Employing the same editing and directorial style that Beyonce brought to her ode to Smacking It in the Air, Serena teamed up with Vogue to gift the world this masterpiece
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Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova got into a battle of yells while squaring off in the finals of the Australian Open Saturday, and Williams even lost a point because of her exuberance. Sharapova and Williams went back and forth trading loud “C’mon” yells during the second set of the match. Trying to pump herself up...Read More
Serena Williams is one of the most accomplished tennis players in the sport’s history, but she is still chasing one big mark: the one set by Steffi Graf. Graf has the record for all tennis players with 22 grand slam singles titles. Williams is tied for second with Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert with 18,...Read More
Serena Williams rallied back from a first-set 6-0 loss to Flavia Pennetta at the Hopman Cup on Monday to win her match 0-6, 6-3, 6-0. The secret to the comeback? Espresso. No, seriously. After losing the first set, Williams called the chair umpire over to ask him if she could get an espresso. You could...Read More
A teary-eyed Serena Williams waited patiently at the finish line of last Sunday's NYC Marathon for her tennis rival and good friend Caroline Wozniacki to complete the race — which she did in an impressive 3 hours, 27 minutes.
On Friday, Williams began her morning with a brief “SerenaFriday” question-and-answer session on Twitter, which led to an inquiry about her interest...
Morning TV hosts were left staring into their coffee cups after Serena Williams missed all of her appearances because she partied until the early hours of Monday morning with Caroline Wozniacki after winning the US Open Sunday.The 32-year-old Williams was due on NBC’s “Today” and ABC’s “Good Morning America” followed by “Live With Kelly and Michael” with her trophy...