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Who is the most dominant tennis player of all time?

July 11, 2015: Champion Serena Williams and runner-up Garbine Muguruza after their finals match at Wimbledon.

What’s more dominant: winning 4 majors in a row, or winning 8 majors out of the last 13? 379 more words

Serena Williams

22 years after Monica Seles was attacked, stalkers still haunt women's tennis

In 1993, Monica Seles was at the top of her game and ranked No. 1 in the world when, during a match in Germany against Steffi Graf, a crazed fan ran onto the court and stabbed her. 155 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Steffi vs. Monica, part II?

The intense tennis spectating at Birmingham and Eastbourne tournaments is over.  I am at home checking the brand new Wimbledon draw. I will watch Wimbledon at home with my computer, but before that I want to write down something I don´t think anyone has written down before. 321 more words

Chris Evert: Serena Williams Is the Greatest of All-Time

Serena Williams owns 20 Grand Slam singles titles, just four short of Margaret Court’s record 24, and two behind Steffi Graf’s 22. But one tennis legend—who has a cool 18 major titles herself—isn’t waiting for Williams to break the record to declare her the best women’s player ever. 303 more words

#LoveSerenaHateRacism A Discourse On Western Attitudes Towards Serena Williams

It was a tough crowd out there … the story of my life. ~ Serena Williams

I once said that I am the most underestimated Grand Slam winner. 5,101 more words


Arantxa Sánchez Vicario On This Day in Sports

43-year old former tennis star Arantxa Sánchez Vicario would probably wake up with not so fond memories of this day, which she features in prominently in the history of sports. 190 more words

On This Day

Federer ‘not happy’ about on-court fan’s French Open selfie

PARIS – Roger Federer was not amused.

As Federer finished an interview after his first-round French Open victory Sunday, an overzealous fan left his seat and approached the 17-time major champion right there on the main stadium court in search of the most modern of mementos — a cellphone selfie. 718 more words