That was one of two times Sharapova advanced passed the quarterfinals in a tournament this year, but both runs ended in the semifinals. Sharapova had a mixed bag of results at Grand Slams in 2018. She reached the quarterfinals at the French Open, the ...
The 31-year-old had a mixed bag of results at Grand Slams in 2018. She reached the quarterfinals at the French Open, the last 16 at the US Open, the last 32 at the Australian Open and was bounced in the opening round at Wimbledon. Shamil Tarpishchev
"Well, numbers are all relative, it's really a nice accomplishment but it doesn't win me any more Grand Slams," Sharapova said courtside as the clock ticked past 1:00 a.m.. "There's something about this court, something about New York, there's
30 seed Navarro defeated 22nd-seeded Sharapova 6-4, 6-3. The big win for ... Keys, who has made at least the quarterfinals in three of the four Grand Slams this year, fired six aces and had no double faults to dispatch Cibulkova in short order. Naomi
“My sense is that [the players] are all certainly very aware of having all four Grand Slams,” says David Haggerty, president of the International Tennis Federation. “But as far as having those wins and the runner-up [for the dinner set], I think some
NEW YORK -- Carla Suarez Navarro ended Maria Sharapova's perfect record in night matches at the US Open, reaching the quarterfinals with a 6-4, 6-3 victory Monday on her 30th birthday. The No. 30 seed from Spain will face 2017 runner-up Madison Keys ... -
Adams' comments came in the wake of widespread criticism of tennis officials after Williams was denied a seeding at this year's French Open, her first Grand Slam after returning to the sport. Despite having a baby, Williams insists she has no
Grand Slams, like the people who play in them, have their own style identity. The Australian Open is the scene-setting salvo of the year, heralding the looks to come; the French Open, the most elegant, thanks to its proximity to the haute couture -
Madison Keys, the 2017 runner-up, is one of an elite group of four players who have reached at least the quarterfinals in two of the three Grand Slams to date this year. Maria Sharapova has typically thrived under the floodlights on Arthur Ashe; she
It is so inspiring hearing this crowd. "I have been on this tour for many years but every time I walk out here it feels like my first. I just wanted to play my best tennis. "Jelena is a phenomenal player. She is a Grand Slam champion so I can't expect
The American, meanwhile, will be one of just two players to have reached the quarterfinals or better at three of the four Grand Slams in 2018 if she wins. READ MORE: Upset Alert: The women's game experiencing ... Sharapova, the No.22 seed, has a
Not to mention she's got a spot that won't be around next year, as all Grand Slams are switching from 32 to 16 seeds in 2019. Williams has played well at times since her return from the birth of her first child (and the health complications that came
After a tough first-round loss to Maria Sharapova last year, the Romanian will be determined to improve this year in New York. She's had a great summer, .... Watch the best matches from the first three Grand Slams on Tennis Channel PLUS. From Federer's ...
More: Ban on Serena'scatsuit shows tennis just can't get out of its own way. More: Arthur Ashe wanted to 'be a voice' when he won ... It was Halep's second consecutive first-round departure at the US Open having fallen to Maria Sharapova last year. In