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1. Serena Williams Serena Williams is an American female professional tennis player who has been ranked as nor1. From 2002 – 2017 by the Women’s tennis association. She is the only woman who has tried to break a record set by Steffi Graff for the most consecutive wins in the history of women’s tennis. She has a grand slam title record of 39 making her third on the list of.. Read More
Nike has been the main sponsor of Maria Sharapova over the last 8 years. The tennis player has been wearing tennis shoes and dresses provided by Nike in most of her career. It is estimated that over the last 8 years, Nike has spent around 7 billion dollars in supporting her and providing shoes and dresses. Maria is one of the most paid female athletes sponsored by Nike. She had.. Read More
Question: What happens when women’s tennis most glamorous player wins her second French Open title at the fashion capital of the world? Answer: An equally glamorous fashion shoot with the trophy ensues. This is what happened on Sunday as Maria Sharapova stunned at the traditional champions trophy photo-shoot at the Trocadéro, overlooking the Eiffel Tower. Photos are found here at this link.
May/June 2014 UPDATE: Nadal closes in on Roger Federer Spanish world #1 continues to close in Roger Federer’s lead on men’s tennis career prize money leaders list. By reaching the finals at the 2014 French Open, Nadal is assured of at winning at least 750,000 euros. The current gap between Federer and Nadal is around $13 million. Novak Djokovic, also a 2014 French Open finalist along with Nadal is currently.. Read More
May/June 2014 UPDATE: Can Maria Sharapova overtake Venus Williams as #2 top women’s earner? Having reached the finals of the 2014 French Open tournament, Maria Sharapova is one match away from leap frogging past Venus Williams as no. 2 in the career prize money leaders. If her final opponent, world #4 Simona Halep of Romania wins, Sharapova will have to wait a bit longer before she reaches the no. 2.. Read More
The French Open 2014 comes to a close and the roster of this year’s winners are completed. World #1 Rafael Nadal won his 9th French Open crown and tied American Pete Sampras with a total haul of 14 grand slams each. Nadal beat rival and world #2 Novak Djokovic of Serbia. In the ladies draw, world #7 Maria Sharapova of Russia regained the title she won two years ago by.. Read More