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Martina Hingis comes out of Retirement

Martina Hingis, just recently inducted in to the Tennis Hall of Fame, is ending a nearly six-year retirement to play doubles at next week's Southern California Open, the WTA said on Tuesday. Hingis, a five time grand slam singles titles winner, will partner up with Sloviakia's Daniela Hantuchova, currently ranked No. 46, at the July

Agnieszka Radwanska the No. 4 tanked tennis player and former Wimbledon finalist, has been criticized in her Polish homeland after posing naked in ESPN's 'Body Issue'.The magazine features a number of naked athletes, including Radwanska sitting by a swimming pool full of tennis balls. Although her modesty remains intact, Radwanska, who has emphasized her Catholic

Maria Sharapova splits with coach Hogstedt

World No. 2 Maria Sharapova has split with her coach, Thomas Hogstedt, according to an announcement on her official website. “After almost 3 years of working together, Thomas Hogstedt and I decided to part ways,” the statement read. “Due to personal issues, he was not able to travel in the near future and we both

Radwanska Poses for ESPN’s ‘Body Issue’

Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland and recent Wimbledon semifinalist continues to win tennis fans by her play on the tennis court. This photo shoot may win her a few more fans from off the court as well. As reporter Alex Kay for Bleacher Report put it, Radwanska "is currently ranked No. 4 in the world in

Venus Williams to miss Team Tennis

Venus Williams has pulled out of World TeamTennis matches next week because of the back injury that kept her out of Wimbledon. The seven-time Grand Slam title winner was scheduled to play for the Washington Kastles in home matches Monday and Tuesday, and on the road against the Texas Wild on Wednesday. The Kastles are

Marion Bartoli wins first Wimbledon title

No. 15 ranked Marion Bartoli of France earned her first ever Wimbledon Championship with a domineering win over No. 24 Sabine Lisicki of Germany, 6-1, 6-4 at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships. It was not the final match up anyone envisioned with the likes of Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova seeded No. 1 and 2 respectively.

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