Sharapova, Kvitova to play for Wimbledon Women’s Title
Fifth seed Maria Sharapova is headed back to the finals at Wimbledon.
Sharapova, who won the Wimbledon title as a 17 year old in 2004, overcame serving issues to defeat Sabine Lisicki in straight sets.
She will meet lefthander Petra Kvitova, who dropped the middle set of her match, beating Victoria Az…
Federer Upset in Wimbledon Quarters
Roger Federer has won Wimbledon six times.
He will not get championship #7 this year.
For the second straight year, Federer was upset in the quarterfinal round today, squandering a two-set advantage to Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in five sets...
Serena, Venus Ousted at Wimbledon, Top-Seed Wozniacki Also Beaten
Serena Williams' run at Wimbledon has ended in the round of 16.  The same holds true for her sister, Venus.
Serena, the defending champion, trying to battle back from injuries, fell to Marion Bartoli in straight sets.  According to the article on espn.com, it's the earliest exit from Wimbledon for Wi…
Roddick Out at Wimbledon
American Andy Roddick is out of  Wimbledon.
Feliciano Lopez, who has reached the quarterfinals twice at the All-England Club, defeated Roddick in straight sets, the first two in tiebreakers.
It is the first time that the Spaniard has defeated Roddick...
Kim Clijsters Pulls Out Of Wimbledon
Austrailian Open champ Kim Clijsters pulled herself out of Wimbledon today. The decision was a result of a foot injury she suffered yesterday. Needless to say, the Number Two ranked Belgian is disappointed.
Serena Williams Working On Comeback
Former top-ranked tennis superstar Serena Williams has been missing from the sport since winning Wimbledon last year. A number of injuries and health scares has kept her off the court for nearly a year, but with the help of a world-renowned trainer, Williams plans on defending her Wimbledon crown ne…