Serena Williams Withdraws From The US Open
08.28.2010 NEW YORK,USA-- Serena Williams has withdrawn from the upcomming US Open to be played starting next week in New York with a foot injury.
Williams hurt her foot on broken glass at a restaurant in Europe then had surgery to repair the damage in Los Angeles July 15th.
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Serena Williams Wins Fourth Wimbledon Title
07.03.2010 LONDON-- Serena Williams Saturday in the championship final of Wimbledon defeated Vera Zvonareva 6-3, 6-2 to win her
fourth ladies' singles title. Serena overpowered Vera for much of the match with her serve and groundstrokes and never faced a breakpoint.
Serena won 31 of 33 points on her first serve. She also hit her fastest serve of the match at 122 miles per hour, for an ace in the final
game. She finished the tournament this year with a ladies' record of 89 aces.
WIMBLEDON Main Draw
Serena Williams To Play wimbledon Ladies' Final
07.02.2010 LONDON-- Saturday at London, Serena Williams goes for her fourth Wimbledon ladies' singles title when she meets the 21st
seeded Vera Zvonareva of Russia. Although she has never won a grand slam, Zvonareva is a very crafty player who can mix up her game with
good results. Vera was one half of the doubles team with defeated the Williams sisters at Wimbledon this year in doubles.
Head to head Serena leads Vera 5-1 afte winning their last encounter at Charleston in 2008 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Serena's one loss to Vera came
in 2006 when the American was just back from an injury break from the WTA Tour. Serena will need to serve big and keep her errors low to win.
Serena Williams Out Of Singles, Still In Doubles
06.02.2010 PARIS-- Serena Williams held a matchpoint in her singles quarterfinal, but made a few too many errors
and did not play her best to lose to Samantha Stosur 6-2, 6-7(2-7), 8-6 Wednesday at the French Open. Serena along with her
sister Venus Williams have reached the women's doubles final.
Serena Williams To Play French Open Quarterfinal
06.01.2010 PARIS-- Serena Williams is the only American left in singles play at the French Open and Wednesday competes in
the quarterfinals versus the 7th seeded Samantha Stusur of Australia. Williams remains also in the doubles competition with her
sister Venus Williams.
Head to Head Serema leads Stosur 3-1 and won their last match 6-4, 6-2 at the Australian Open 4th round in January. The two
players have never met before on clay. Stosur earlier in the tournament upset former French Open champion Justine Henin of Belgium so
Serena might have a tough match.