Hats Off to Pironkova (Who Did It Again)!
The first time Bulgaria’s Tsvetana Pironkova really, really made global sports headlines (not to disparage her prior successes, of course) was Wimbledon 2010 when she beat Venus Williams in the quarter-final to become the first Bulgarian ever to play a semi-final match at the top tournament. A year later, she’s done it again – she kicked Venus Williams out of Wimbledon 2011, this time at the …
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Sharapova, Lisicki reach Wimbledon semis
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Unseeded Lisicki Upsets Bartoli to Reach Semifinals
A somber Marion Bartoli of France, a former finalist seeded ninth, lost to Sabine Lisicki of Germany, an unseeded wild-card entrant in the Wimbledon quarterfinals Tuesday.
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Dangerous Berdych flies under Wimbledon radar
LONDON (Reuters) – Last year’s runner-up Tomas Berdych coasted into the last 16 at Wimbledon Saturday and his smooth progress through the draw continued to go almost unnoticed outside the Czech Republic.
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