Tuesday, January 29, 2013
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Says Media Got Too Crazy
ability to set herself straight emotionally after enduring 48 hours of
criticism for taking a medical timeout up 5-4 in the second set of her
6-1, 6-4 semifinal victory over Sloane Stephens keyed her Australian
Open title run, her coach said. Sam Sumyk, who has
been by the Belarusian’s side since for a little more than three years,
was none too pleased with how some broadcasters and print and internet
media laid into his student, calling a group of reporters "sharks” after
she beat Li Na for the title.
She Never Thought Number One Rank Was At Stake
held off a possible takeover at the top of women's tennis from absent
Serena Williams by winning her second Australian Open title with a 4-6,
6-4, 6-3 victory over China's Li Na.
Murray’s Career Is
Playing Out Similar To Coach Lendl’s
Tennis history is
repeating itself, with Andy Murray now living the same career so far as
coach Ivan Lendl. Three decades ago, the Czech lost five of his first
six Grand Slam finals before turning the corner on his career and
Honorary Membership in All England Club
Although the Duchess
of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton, is expecting a royal baby in
July and seems unlikely to attend this summer’s Wimbledon Championships,
she has accepted honorary membership of the All England Club.
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