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Just a week after Serena Williams revealed to the world that she was 20 weeks pregnant with fiancé Alexis Ohanian's child, she says the impromptu announcement was an accident. The tennis star s...
By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Roger Federer shrugged off a decade of grand slam heartbreak against Rafa Nadal, felling his great rival 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 in a classic Australian Open final to c...
Oh, dashing devilish daring Djoko... no, no, no, no... hang on, let's talk about him later. It's the girls who are my champions right now. Do I need to say who? The invincible Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza who swept another Grand Slam, the Australian Open, taking their WTA rankings to world number 1 and definitely playing their way into the annals of tennis history. And to add the glint to Sania's beautifully distracting nose stud she was conferred the Padma Bhushan.
As Monday dawns in New York City Serena Williams is going for a calendar Grand Slam. Don't be fooled by her dominance -- this is not an easy feat. Think about it for a second. The first year that all four majors were played by women was 1922. Since that time only three women, Maureen Connolly Brinker (1953), Margaret Court (1970) and Steffi Graf (1988) have won all four slams in the same year. Only three women. If Serena triumphs in two weeks, she will be the fourth.