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Website Spotlight: Johanna Larsson

Johanna Larsson's redesigned website chronicles the rising Swede's life on and off the court.

Published July 06, 2011 08:53

Website Spotlight: Johanna Larsson
Johanna Larsson website

After a breakout 2010 in which she reached her first career WTA final in Portoroz, Johanna Larsson is having another strong campaign in 2011, highlighted by semifinal showings in Acapulco and Estoril. This week, Sweden's top-ranked player is through to the quarters in Bastad, which is only 50 kilometers away from her hometown of Helsingborg. And more good news for Johanna's fans: she recently announced her newly redesigned website.

The homepage includes a photo slideshow of Johanna, updated ranking information and a "What's Up" section that informs fans about where she is playing and her results. Farther down the page are links to her latest blog entries, which include comments about her experience in Bastad and her new website.

One of the noteworthy features of the homepage showcases Johanna's new charity project, which debuted this week in Bastad. Her Charity Ace Counter records every ace she hits, with $20 per ace going to a charity that aims to help children affected by natural disasters, like the tsunami in Thailand in 2004.

Another section Johanna's fans will enjoy is the "Johanna" page, in which she answers various questions about her life on and off the court. Also, the "Gallery" page has tennis and non-tennis photos and videos. Finally, the "Media" page has links to newspaper and magazine articles featuring Johanna.

Visit Johanna's website at www.johannalarsson.se.

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