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.
Our quick take on Caroline Wozniacki’s much-publicized and criticized imitation of Serena Williams.