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Tennis Pro Victoria Azarenka is returning to tennis and is training in her native Belarus. With her new coach and new son in tow.

From the internet: “Azarenka, once No. 1, is on an extended break after pregnancy, but she is quietly yet fiercely determined to rise again. She will return with a new coach, the former journeyman pro Michael Joyce, and a new traveling companion in her son, Leo, who was born in December. 110 kata lagi


The End of an Era: Serena Williams’ pregnancy and those who will attempt to fill the vacuum

Since the Millennium, one name has dominated professional women’s tennis. The name Serena Williams has become synonymous for sporting success with 23 Grand Slam singles titles securing her legendary status within the history of the women’s game. 1.160 kata lagi

Vika's returning!

Last year Victoria Azarenka made a great return to the WTA making the headlines at Indian Wells and Miami becoming just the third woman to win the sunshine double now she is on course for another comeback. 195 kata lagi


Sharapova should restart at the bottom

Today’s Daily Telegraph features an interview with a female tennis player who served a ban for a positive drug test and made her comeback at the indoor clay event in Stuttgart. 680 kata lagi


WTA 2016 season review part 1: Three moments that dictated the year

It has been a long season. Nobody can remember everything about. Not every title victory, nor every breakthrough performance, was deeply significant. But in Part One of my reflection on the 2016 WTA season, I pinpoint some of the key moments from the beginning of January through to the end of March. 2.004 kata lagi


Belarus, Off the Beaten Path

Belarus was the last country in Europe (both eastern and western) that I had not visited. Getting there would not be easy: the visa requirements in addition to the “how to get there” appeared overwhelming.   536 kata lagi


Dominika Cibulkova - 2016 WTA Champion

via AP

One thing the WTA has been working hard at is trying to make fans accept that the woman now ranked #1 will be a dominant champion. 803 kata lagi