Last night Serena Williams obliterated World Number 4 Agnieszka Radwanska 6-0, 6-3 in the semifinals of the Miami Premier Mandatory. The fourth best player offered such little resistance to one of the all-time greats of women’s tennis that it even felt like the final score could’ve been even more lopsided. Before the match started, I […]
Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams did some dancing together as a warmup for their Federer Gillette Tour appearance in Brazil:
Serena Williams regained the No. 1 ranking today in Doha. This means Serena Williams is awesome. Some people want it to mean something else.
As we gear up for the 2013 Australian Open women’s final in a few hours, I thought it would be fun to do a quick look back at what the tennis world looked like 10 years ago. Here’s a hint: it was heavy on the Williams.
Our reaction to Sloane Stephens’ win over Serena Williams at the Australian Open.
Maria Sharapova just defeated Venus Williams 6-1, 6-3 in the third round of the Australian Open. That was not an upset. But some people gave Maria a lot more credit then that because they thought she was playing Serena.
There has been a lot of talk recently about those nice baked goods we love to eat, and tennis players love to dish out (and avoid receiving): bagels. That got me thinking … how do the Big Four of the ATP compare against each other in terms of dishing out 6-0 sets to the opposition, specifically, how do they compare at Grand Slam events? And what do we see when we look at the WTA? My wife and I did some scavenging around on the ATP and WTA sites (the same task took us about four times longer on the WTA site, but that’s a rant for another day) and we found some interesting things. Let’s start!
Lindsay, Amy, and Juan José have a back and forth about Maria Sharapova’s dominating run down under at the 2008 Australian Open.
In this episode of the Changeover Chat, a quick back-and-forth exchange between the writing staff at The Changeover, we discuss our own picks for the WTA player awards, plus some new categories.
Relive every 2012 Grand Slam and Olympics Gold singles celebration moment in GIF form.