Tennis Games News Brief:
Israel Tennis Centers Spreading Its Message to Major East Coast Cities
NEW YORK -- via PRWEB - As the Israel Tennis Centers Foundation welcomes in the New Year 5775, the organization announced a series of events in November featuring a diverse multicultural team of Israeli ...
Tennis-Navratilova unhappy with ITF silence on Williams slur
By Patrick Johnston SINGAPORE, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Multiple grand slam winner Martina Navratilova has questioned the "silence" of the International Tennis Federation after one of its members described world number one Serena Williams and older sister Venus as "brothers". Russian Tennis Federation president Shamil Tarpischev was swiftly banned for a year and fined $25,000 by the Women's Tennis ...
Serena Williams Slams Russian Tennis Official for ''Sexist'' and ''Racist'' Comments
Serena Williams is slamming Russian tennis official Shamil Tarpischev after Tarpischev recently made rude comments about her and sister Venus Williams. While appearing on a Russian...
Tennis Scandal Reflects Russian Officials' Love of Earthy Language
The Kremlin Cup tennis tournament winners' trophies were handed out in Moscow with great pomp and ceremony Sunday amid an international scandal sparked by Russian Tennis Federation head Shamil Tarpischev last week when he referred to U.S. female tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams as the "Williams brothers" during an appearance on a popular Russian late night talk show.
How the IPTL and CTL can help Indian tennis
The nation is going to see a host of tennis superstars ( both retired and current ) over the next two months with the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Serena and Venus Williams, David Ferrer, Pete Sampras, Pat Cash,and many others playing in one of the two tournaments.
Tennis chief 'insults' Williams sisters
Russian tennis chief Shamil Tarpischev apologized Saturday for referring to Serena and Venus Williams as the "Williams brothers" during a TV chat show.
Russian tennis president fined $25K for 'derogatory' Williams sisters comments
Russian Tennis Federation President Shamil Tarpischev has been fined $25,000 by the WTA Tour and suspended from tour involvement for a year for questioning Serena and Venus Williams' gender in comments on Russian television.
WTA bans Russia tennis chief for 'Williams brothers' jibe
(Reuters) - The president of the Russian Tennis Federation Shamil Tarpischev has been fined $25,000 and banned from the women's tour for a year after referring to Serena and Venus Williams as "the Williams brothers" on a television chat show last week. Women?s Tennis Association (WTA) chief executive Stacy Allaster said the comments were "insulting, demeaning and have absolutely no place on our ...
Russian tennis official takes more heat for 'Williams brothers' remark
A top Russian tennis official who mocked Serena and Venus Williams by referring to them as the "Williams brothers" now faces potential sanctions from the International Olympic Committee.
Russian tennis official slammed for ?Williams brothers? crack
WTA chief says the comments by Shamil Tarpischev are 'insulting, demeaning and have absolutely no place in our sport.'
Online Tennis Games News Headlines:
A Brief (and Recent) History of Sexism in Tennis - The Atlantic
UPDATE 7-Tennis-Valencia Open men's singles round 1 results - Reuters UK
Wozniacki won't hire another coach - Tennis Magazine
Wethersfield Council OKs Webb School Tennis Court Project - Hartford Courant
Nadal may miss World Tour Finals - Tennis Magazine
The 2014 WTA Finals Sees The Leader In Women's Tennis Utilizing New ... - Forbes
- Serena Williams, in response to Russian official Shamil Tarpischev's remarks - ESPN
Laurel girls tennis player Danielle Buchinsky answers 7 questions: Varsity Timeout - The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
"Surprised" Federer Eager To Exploit No. 1 Chance - ATP World Tour
SDSU tennis teams poised to take the next step - Sioux Falls Argus Leader