Serena Williams Claims Victory at Indian Wells, Returns after 14-month layoff

INDIAN WELLS, California — Playing in her first match since the 2017 Australian Open, Serena Williams, after a 14-month layoff claimed her first victory by dominating World No.53 Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan in straight sets on Thursday night. Serena, a 23-time major winner earned the victory in just an 1-hour and 33 minutes, her first…

Serena Williams Stars in a New Nike Ad for International Women’s Day

MIAMI, Florida — Nike released a new commercial starring Serena Williams in celebration of International Women’s Day. In 2017, Serena Williams solidified her status at as the greatest ever by winning the Australian Open while eight weeks pregnant. Throughout her career, the 23-time Major winner has used sport as a platform for progress. It’s no…

Kia extends Australian Open partnership to 2023

SEOUL, Korea — Kia Motors extended its partnership with the Australian Open for a further five years to 2023 at a signing ceremony held at Melbourne Park. This latest ceremony makes Kia the longest-running major sponsor of the tennis tournament, having started the relationship in 2002. Over the last 17 years, Kia’s courtesy vehicles have…

Serena Williams returns to Tennis with exhibition against Jelena Ostapenko

ABU DHABI — Serena Williams can successfully ad mommy title to her impeccable list of accomplishments as she returned to the court for her first competitive match in almost a year with an exhibition match against Jelena Ostapenko at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. Williams had not played since winning…

Sloane Stephens defeats Venus WIlliams to reach first Grand Slam final

NEW YORK, NY — Sloane Stephens reached her first ever Grand Slam finals by defeating No.9 seed Venus Williams, 6-1, 0-6, 7-5, on Thursday night. Her victory embarks a historical accomplishment at this stage of career as she advances to the US Open final. “I’m super happy to be in a Grand Slam final,” Stephens…

Garbiñe Muguruza captures First Wimbledon title

UNITED KINGDOM – Garbiñe Muguruza captured her First Wimbledon title and second Grand Slam after a 7-5, 6-0 win over Venus Williams on Saturday afternoon. She becomes the first person to have defated both Serena and Venus Williams in Slam singles finals. The No.14 seed claimed victory in one hour and 17 minutes. “There’s always something…