- Lean in: Serena Williams stopped by Facebook headquarters to say hello.
- Sania Mirza worked it on the runway back home in India.
Different kind of turf ? so much fun walking for friend and designer Moni Agarwal ? pic.twitter.com/cvKdLlWttl
? The Quint (@TheQuint) August 4, 2015
- Report: Mirza has been recommended for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India's highest sporting honor.
- From WTA Backspin, a great look back at Brazilian great Maria Bueno.
"Bueno won Wimbledon as a 19-year old in 1959. She became the first non-North-American woman to be crowned champion at both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in the same year that season. She returned to Brazil as a national heroine, was honored by the nation's president and given a ticker-tape parade on the streets of Sao Paulo, her hometown. She'd go on to win two more Wimbledons and three additional Open titles. She even reached finals at the Australian Open and Roland Garros during her career. In all, she won nearly 80 singles titles as a professional, and even while her very long career barely extended into the Open era, she's STILL the nation's women's title leader (with 3) for the period that began over forty years ago."
- Keys to success: Have you ever seen a warm-up like this before?
? BOTW Classic (@BOTWClassic) August 4, 2015