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Athletes React To Ferguson


    LeBron James posted the image above on his Instagram page yesterday.
    LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Serena Williams were among many athletes expressing their dismay over the non-indictment of Darren Wilson, the cop who killed Michael Brown.
    For The Win

November 26, 2014   No Comments

They Get Around



Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki were making the rounds.
USA Today

June 1, 2014   No Comments

Star Is Born

    Victoria Duval became the talk of the U.S. Open in New York on Tuesday, when she scored the biggest upset of the tennis tournament by upsetting 11th-seeded Samantha Stosur, a former Open champ. Already, speculation is brewing about whether the 17-year-old Haitian-American is the next rising star on the competitive women’s circuit.

August 28, 2013   No Comments

No 6th Sense For Serena

    Just when we were about to crown Serena Williams with her 6th Wimbledon championship, along comes Sabine Lisicki. You know the rest of the story.
    The Guardian

July 1, 2013   No Comments

Anyone Up To The Task?

Despite the rash of upsets that characterized the opening rounds of Wimbledon, Serena Williams hasn’t fallen victim to 1.

June 29, 2013   No Comments

Sweet 16 Comes With French Kiss

Serena Williams is 43-2 in matches this year, winning her last 31. Maria Sharapova knows the routine. The French Open was Williams’ 16th Major. Critics still debate whether she’s the greatest of all time in women’s tennis. Duh.

June 8, 2013   No Comments

A Star Is Born

    The look on Sloane Stephens’ face immediately after she upset Serena Williams in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open Tuesday night was priceless. So was her game.
    Though Serena had a tough time navigating the rough waters with a back injury, something she said she injured before the match and tweaked in the 2nd set, give the 19-year-old Stephens credit. She had to survive some rocky moments in the match herself, particularly early on to prevail 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.
    Stephens will meet No. 1 Victoria Azarenka tonight with the winner earning a trip to the final. No 1 is giving her chance to win against Azarenka. Regardless, Stephens has added her name to the tennis landscape.

January 23, 2013   No Comments

Getting To The Good Part

While many are predicting a Maria Sharapova-Serena Williams clash for the title, the Australian Open has more drama before we reach that point. Thank Sloan Stephens for that since she will meet her mentor Serena in tomorrow’s quarterfinals. Sharapova advanced to the semis with a win over Ekaterina Makarova. On the other side of the bracket, we believe Sloan is in over her head, but we like her refreshing approach. She didn’t shy away from wanting to play Serena last night when asked by the talking heads on ESPN.

January 21, 2013   No Comments

It’s Her Racket

    My favorite tennis tournament kicked off tonight with Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams all prevailing in their 1st-round matches at the Australian Open. Of course Serena is the favorite on the women’s side. And unless someone has an answer for her, she will probably have her way and capture another title. We’re betting on it. But before we crown homegirl plenty of matches are to be played.
    The tournament continues through Jan. 26. ESPN and the Tennis Channel are broadcasting coverage.

January 14, 2013   No Comments

Singing Her Praises

I love the 1st 2 lines: “I liked Venus better. Not that you had to pick one, in a John vs. Paul sort of way.”
Serena Williams is playing her best tennis. She smoking the opposition at the U.S. Open like Marley smoked trees. Writer Brian Phillips pens a good read about Serena’s current play and how she and Venus were perceived when they 1st rocked the lilly-white tennis world. As much as I like it, I wonder what if a black writer had written something similar and the outrage it would have produced.

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September 6, 2012   No Comments