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Radwanska beats Sharapova in Miami final

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Radwanska defeats Sharapova in Miami final

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 31, 2012

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP)—The two finalists met at the net to shake hands, Maria Sharapova standing a head taller, even with her shoulders slumped in disappointment. She finished second again Saturday. Sharapova lost serv

WTA addresses grunting issue in meeting

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 31, 2012

The WTA is considering putting into place measures that may cut down on grunting, the New York Times reports. In a meeting last weekend in Key Biscayne, the WTA board of directors took up the topic, which according to WTA vice pres

Nadal: Knees much better than in 2009

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 31, 2012

Rafael Nadal, who pulled out of his semifinal against Andy Murray at Miami’s Sony Ericsson Open, says his sore left knee is not as bad as it was in 2009, when he was forced to pull out of Wimbledon and did not have chance to defend his title. Na

Djokovic beats Monaco to reach Miami final

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP)—A marathon second set was all even in a tiebreaker Friday night when Novak Djokovic found himself involved in yet another grueling point. He hit 13 shots, all smacked aggressively from the backcourt, many landing w

Djokovic beats Monaco to reach Key Biscayne final

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP)—A marathon second set was all even in a tiebreaker Friday night when Novak Djokovic found himself involved in yet another grueling point. He hit 13 shots, all smacked aggressively from the backcourt, many landing w

Nadal withdraws from Miami semi with knee injury

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP)—Rafael Nadal’s knee trouble has sidelined him again, and he hopes for a quick recovery to avoid missing any of the upcoming clay-court season.Nadal withdrew hours before the start of his semifinal Friday at the Son

No Charleston for Wozniacki; Augusta doubtful

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

Caroline Wozniacki has decided not to try and defend her title in Charleston next week. The world No. 4, who lost to Maria Sharapova in the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami, is scheduled to play her home country tournament in Copenhagen

No Charleston for Wozniacki, Augusta doubtful

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

Caroline Wozniacki has decided not to try and defend her title in Charleston next week. The world No. 4, who lost to Maria Sharapova in the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami, is scheduled to play her home country tournament in Copenhagen

Few videotape sessions for Sharapova

Posted in: Tennis News   |   By: TENNIS.com - Headlines on March 30, 2012

Maria Sharapova says she rarely, if at all, watches videotapes of her matches, even her historic wins like the 2004 Wimbledon final, when she upset Serena Williams. "I haven't seen that one in a while, but I don't remember the last time where I sat d

 

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