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  • Wimbledon Notebook: Sibling Rivalry

    July 07, 2015
    A decade or so on from the first Serena Slam, the Williams sisters met on Centre Court once again in an encounter not lacking in history or significance.
  • Wimbledon Tuesday: Magic Eight

    July 07, 2015
    Tuesday will see the last eight players in the draw battle it out for a place in the semifinals, with the highlight Serena Williams's clash against Victoria Azarenka.
  • Serena Beats Venus At Wimbledon

    July 06, 2015
    In a blockbuster round of 16 match-up between five-time champions, Serena Williams beat Venus Williams in the fourth round of Wimbledon. Who's up next for the World No.1?
  • Sharapova Into Quarterfinals, CoCo Next

    July 06, 2015
    Maria Sharapova held off a WTA Rising Star in a tight two-setter to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the first time since 2011. Another WTA Rising Star is up next.
  • Radwanska Sets Up Keys Clash

    July 06, 2015
    Agnieszka Radwanska returned to the Wimbledon quarterfinals after a hard-fought victory over Jelena Jankovic on Monday.
  • Muguruza Upsets Wozniacki To Make QFs

    July 06, 2015
    WTA Rising Star Garbiñe Muguruza further enhanced her reputation as one of the game's brightest young talents by knocking out Caroline Wozniacki in the fourth round of Wimbledon on Monday.
  • Serena First To Qualify For Singapore

    July 06, 2015
    Serena Williams has become the first player to qualify for the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global. Why is the World No.1's qualification historic?
  • On The Rise: Belinda Bencic

    July 06, 2015
    It's been a watershed season for Bencic, who has flourished on grass. But as the second-youngest player in the WTA Top 100, Bencic certainly has plenty of time to learn.
  • Wimbledon Notebook: Manic Monday

    July 06, 2015
    Wtatennis.com contributor Mark Hodgkinson previews the maddest, most manic day on the tennis calendar.
  • Wimbledon Notebook: Keys To Success

    July 06, 2015
    Madison Keys and Belinda Bencic are two of the brightest young talents in women's tennis. Wtatennis.com contributor Mark Hodgkinson assesses their fourth round chances.
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