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VENUS WILLIAMS RUMORS

A look at Serena Williams' possible path to true Grand Slam

Shortly after the draw for the U.S. Open set up Serena Williams' path to completing a Grand Slam, she offered her own analysis. ''It's not anything simple or easy to go through,'' Williams said. Actually, judging by her head-to-head records against many possible opponents, it might be. Still, there are sure to be tests for Williams if she is going to win seven matches over two weeks...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Serena Williams Learns Path to Grand Slam With Reveal Of U.S. Open Draws

NEW YORK — Serena Williams could face Maria Sharapova for her second straight major semifinal as she seeks to complete the Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. Thursday’s draw filled the top-ranked Williams’ quarter of the bracket with Americans, nine in all. In the third round, Williams could face 29th-seeded Sloane Stephens, who beat her in the 2013 Australian Open and is coming...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

U.S. Open Women’s Draw Analysis

The U.S. Open women’s draw is out. Here is the bracket for the year’s final major. We all know who the main story is in Flushing Meadows, New York: Serena Jameka Williams, whose initials — “SJW” — could just as easily refer to the reality of life on the WTA Tour: Serena Just Wins. It is in the nature of a great player — the world No. 1, a 21-time major winner, a player...
Via Bloguin Best
2 days ago  |  Discuss

US Open draw: Serena Williams could face Sharapova in semifinal

  Serena Williams could face Maria Sharapova for her second straight major semifinal as she seeks to complete the Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. Thursday's draw filled the top-ranked Williams' quarter of the bracket with Americans, nine in all. In the third round, Williams could face 29th-seeded Sloane Stephens, who beat her in the 2013 Australian Open and is coming off her first...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tickets Only Rising As Serena Williams, Roger Federer Seek Successful Title Defenses In Western And Southern Open

The ATP Tour continues on with this week’s Western and Southern Open, which has already dipped its toes into the drama pool. The ageless wonder that is Roger Federer moved on from the first round and will eye his seventh title in Cincinnati, while the world’s No. 11 tennis player, Josh Isner, was eliminated during the first round of play. The women’s side also had two stars...
Via Attacking The Net
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ted Wells buys Williams sisters' NY pad for $2.1 million

Ted Wells has been paid a whole bunch of money by the NFL in the last year, and he’s putting some of that dough to use. The New York Daily News, citing public records, reported Thursday that Wells bought a New York apartment for $2.1 million. The seller of that loft apartment? Venus and Serena Williams. Wells, a criminal attorney, was hired by the NFL to conduct an “independent...
Via NESN.com
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Venus Williams ousted in 1st round at Rogers Cup

TORONTO (AP) After waiting out a lengthy rain delay, Germany's Sabine Lisicki defeated Venus Williams 6-0, 6-3 Monday night in their first-round match at the Rogers Cup. Rain washed out most of the matches scheduled in the women's half of the draw, and Williams and Lisicki didn't take the court until after 10 p.m. When they did, the 14th-seeded Williams wasn't sharp, giving away...
Via AP on Fox
19 days ago  |  Discuss

The Career Of Venus, If Not For Serena

For nearly two decades, women’s tennis has been dominated by one name: Williams. Of the 72 Grand Slam singles events that have featured Serena Williams, Venus Williams, or both sisters, 28 have been won by one of the two (38.9%). Of the 61 that have occurred during the 21st century, 27 have been won by one of the two (44.3%). The fact that two sisters have combined to win over...
Via The Sports Quotient
July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Couch: Age, skills aren't the real problem for Venus Williams

It is now just painful to watch Venus Williams. It used to be joyful. She can play as well as she ever did, but can't do it two days in a row. Or two minutes in a row. Or, if she can, then you don't know which two days, which two minutes. She doesn't either. Williams lost in the first round of the Australian Open on Sunday, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 to Ekaterina Makarova. The easy narrative...
Via Fox Sports
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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