Samantha Stosur conquers her second WTA singles title (9 lost finals) against the fighter Zvonareva (RUS). The australian never met resistance in this match
At the Open GDF SUEZ, the tennis world gathered to say goodbye to the legendary Amélie Mauresmo.
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Veronica Belmont, one of the most recognized technology and online video hosts on the Internet, stopped in for a hit with Maria Sharapova, one of the most popular names in sports, three-time Grand Slam champion and former Sony Ericsson WTA Tour No.1 player. After taking the court, the two chatted about everything from tennis to technology, fashion and their fans on Facebook and Twitter. Maria Sharapova Facebook page: bit.ly Veronica Belmont Twitter: bit.ly Veronica Belmont Website: bit.ly WTA Links: www.wtatour.com http www.twitter.com
Roger Federer was joined in the third round by Davydenko, Soderling and Roddick. Watch official live streaming of ATP World Tour and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour tournaments at www.TennisTV.com
Highlights from the second round match between Caroline Wozniacki and Petra Kvitova. This match gave Caroline the number one ranking (and revenge from wimbledon).
British Doubles No.1 takes Italian Sara Errani’s title as the keep-up champ of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour.
Too bad Serena injured herself, I have no doubt she would have won otherwise.