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Top 5 Most Searched Women Tennis Players in 2017

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

Serena out of Rome 2012 with Injury; Li advances to Finals

Serena Williams pulled out of a scheduled semi-final match against Na Li on Saturday, due to a low back injury allowing the defending French Open champion to reach the finals of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2012 in Roma, Foro Italico. Serena was riding a career best 17-match win streak on clay having won titles in Charleston and Madrid and was an imminent favorite to win the Rome tennis tournament for.. Read More

Stosur slams Serena to win US Open, 1st Grand Slam

Stosur wins 2011 US Open for first Grand Slam In what is being dubbed as one of the greatest upset in recent tennis history, #7-seed Sam Stosur beat #28-seed Serena Williams in straight sets 62 63 to win the 2011 US Open and her first grand slam singles title. Despite being ranked lower, Williams was the heads-on favorite to win the match. She won 2 hardcourt titles over the summer.. Read More

Google: Top 10 Most Searched Women Tennis Players for 2010

A woman tennis player currently ranked #165 in the tennis rankings is the most searched woman tennis player in 2010 based on Google search volume index. Sania Mirza, India’s most famous sportswoman, beat out more accomplished tennis players such as 13-time Grand Slam titlist Serena Williams, WTA player of the year Kim Clijsters, and world #1 Caroline Wozniacki. Mirza was heavily searched during her April marriage to Shoaib Malik, the.. Read More

Federer, Serena – 2009 ITF Champions

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) named Roger Federer and Serena Williams as the 2009 ITF World Champions. The award is based on performances at grand slams, tour events and Davis and Fed Cups. Serena and sister Venus were named the women’s doubles world champions while American brothers Bob and Mike Bryan took the men’s doubles world champions title. Roger Federer ended the year ranked #1 in six of the past.. Read More