It seems like it was just a few months ago that Maria Sharapova was banned from professional tennis playing for two years, because it was.
Maria Sharapova has been banned by the International Tennis Federation for two years after testing positive for a banned substance. Unsurprisingly, Sharapova is not thrilled.
It’s Friday. It’s Shade Court time, what else do you need?
Today, gentlemen, we were reminded why we lug our reputations as troglodytes well into the 21st century. A woman named Marion Bartoli proved athletic enough to win a singles title at Wimbledon and was thereupon described to BBC Radio 5 listeners as something other than "a looker." Because, you see, it is not enough to…
Serena Williams has finally given a fully-formed, thoughtful apology during a press conference today for comments she made in a Rolling Stone interview about the Steubenville rape victim's irresponsible choices — this is after a previous half-assed statement on Twitter that blamed the reporter taking her words out of…
To say that Gilles Simon, currently seeded 13th in France and just elected to the ATP Player Council, "put his foot in his mouth" in an interview on Monday would be inaccurate; more aptly, he intentionally, with forethought and hubris, said something fucking dumb as a rock. Right after the anniversary of Title IX,…
[Melbourne, January 13. Image via Getty]
This event was actually called "a cocktail party honoring two greats at their game hosted by InStyle and Tiffany & Co. at the Cooper Square Hotel - Penthouse." The greats were Maria Sharapova and Frank Gehry. (He didn't show.)
A controversy has broken out in the tennis world, with commentators, players, fans and even Martina Navratilova debating whether female tennis players' oral outbursts are as fake as Meg Ryan's, and designed to help them cheat their opponents.