SERVICES: Register for Free | Search | Listings | News | Articles | Videos | Products | Coupons | Tournaments | TV Schedule | Classifieds | User Login

Create FREE Listings Fast & Easy

Get Your FREE Listing
 
img-banner
meta image
Coinciding with Sharapova's polarising return to the sport, Belarusian Sabalenka ignited the debate of how loud is too loud against Aussie Ash Barty at the Australian Open? There's a number of serious contenders for best - or worst - grunter to grace
meta image
This is the way that I can play really good tennis. I have the character inside, sometimes I have to show more but, well, I'm working on that.” Suárez Navarro is 10 inches shorter than Sharapova and had won only one of their previous five matches
meta image
Roger Federer: dignified and taciturn, grunting only on the most important points. Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka: shrieky, like birds of paradise. Serena Williams: volatile and powerful. “Her grunts can go all the way up to eleven hundred hertz
meta image
PARIS -- Where have you been for the past 1,093 days, Maria Sharapova? After a long hiatus in Paris dating back to 2015, ... But then Sharapova began to act like a former two-time French Open champ, reeling off six straight games to close out the match
meta image
Tennis players are particularly famous for grunting. Their shouts with each serve and stroke can be so loud that some players, including Martina Navratilova, have declared that the noise is a form of cheating, meant to confound the other player and not
meta image
PARIS—It had been three years since Maria Sharapova had played in Court Philippe Chatrier. Which meant it had been three years since that 90-year-old stadium's old concrete rafters had been rattled by the Russian's screams of competitive desire. To  - -
meta image
From Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic to Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova, it seems many of the game's finest exponents have adopted the exhaling screech. Sharapova, for her part, was notorious for her bellows, sometimes clocking in excess of 100 ...
meta image
On Thursday she plays the first semi-final against the only player to beat both Williams sisters in slam finals, Garbiñe Muguruza, the 2016 French champion and defending queen of Wimbledon who on Wednesday made short work of Maria Sharapova  -
meta image
It reached a stage where, between points, Barty looked up to her coaches box and mouthed the words "she's so loud" as things got tense on centre court. Grunting and screeching remains an issue in the game, with the likes of Maria Sharapova, Victoria ... - -
meta image
Rafael Nadal's noisy approach is mildly-to-very annoying; Maria Sharapova's screaming drives me nuts. I wish tennis would do something to curtail the Decibel Belle and all those — both men and women — who think hitting a tennis ball equals getting  -
meta image
Maria Sharapova made the most of a two-minute rally with Rafael Nadal during a practice session in Rome this week. After an incredible ... Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) May 14, 2018 ... Tennis TV (@TennisTV) May 14, 2018. The two are in Rome for ...
meta image
Sharapova went first, scraping through an apparently never-ending three-setter against the reigning French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko. In fact, the 3hr 10min duration of this match proved to be an issue later, as Djokovic reportedly spent half-an
meta image
Yes, this week marks the opening of Wimbledon and onset of 'grunting season'. And anybody doubting the importance with which tennis players regard howling bizarre noises while whacking a ball should cast an eye over the motivational notes British ...
meta image
just screams, “I'm doing something potentially incriminating right now and really hope I don't get caught!” (What he is doing, by the way, is simultaneously helping “Buffalo” Bob Sweeney win the Buffalo mayoral race by indicting his opponent, and
meta image
You could watch a tennis tournament with your eyes closed and still immediately guess if Maria Sharapova plays - her screams are as annoying for her competitors as they are effective in helping her beat them to a pulp. At least, this was the case