Author Archives: Emily

About Emily

Hi, Emily here You may be joining me from my former home at WTA Tour Insights or you may be completely new either way you can get a run down. Journalism student from Melbourne. My friend Lucinda is my co-blogger and official tweeter, she's got a lot of degrees, bit of a nerd - but we wont hold that against her! That's all I can think of for now, we must sound pretty exciting! I'll probably add to this later, or the more likely option I'll completely forget about it.

Kerber, Lisicki to play in all German quarter final

Many were anticipating the quarter final match between Maria Sharapova and Kim Clijsters, and many seemed to have overlooked the grass court abilities of Sabine Lisicki and the talent on all surfaces and the form of Angelique Kerber. The Germans … Continue reading

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Slava’s Golden Set

It took Kazakh wild card Yaroslava Shvedova just 15 minutes to win the opening set of her third round match at the All England Club. It marks the first ever ‘Golden Set’ accomplished at a grand slam tournament. Shvedova, who is coming off … Continue reading

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Strawberries, cream, pimms…and maybe some tennis: 2012 Wimbledon Draw

The 2012 Wimbledon draw is one of the most wide open in recent times, especially with looming players like Kim Clijsters and Venus Williams still able to cause some damage! It also marks the first time that Maria Sharapova, Roland … Continue reading

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Kaia Kanepi to miss Wimbledon

Estonian Kaia Kanepi will miss this years Wimbledon Championships in order to rehabilitate an ankle injury. Kanepi, who has been inform all season picking up two titles and a Roland Garros quarter final, will end her run of 25 consecutive Grand … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of the Wimbledon seeding

Wimbledon has forever written its on book when it comes to seedings at their championships, often moving players up and down on credentials on grass and history at the tournament. 2012 could prove one of the most difficult years from Wimbledon when they come … Continue reading

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Seeds struggles on seventh day of Roland Garros.

The first Saturday of the French Open saw some top players struggle why others soared into the last 16. Fourth seed Petra Kvitova was first onto Chatrier and in the first continued to cruise as she has been doing throughout the entire tournament, as … Continue reading

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The city of Lights: Roland Garros draw break down and predictions

Finally the second slam of the year has arrived! And boy do things look different from four months ago in Melbourne! The most notable change is Caroline Wozniacki, from top seed in the past seven slams now seeded, and ranked, … Continue reading

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