Women’s Doubles at the French Open:
Where’s the Competition?
The single’s champions over the past five years havebeen varied, even surprising, with Ivanovic in 2008, Kuznetsova in 2009,Schiavone in 2010, Li Na in 2011, and Maria Sharapova last year.
The field in this year’s doubles competition maylead to an even more surprising result.
Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani are the defending Champs. They won threeof the four Grand Slams in 2012. Venus and Serena
French Open, Women’s Singles Championship:
If she makes one final, there might be motivation foranother.
I didn’t watch the sport very often when Ivanovic wasplaying her best tennis. She has made three Grand Slam finals. So, is sheoverrated? Probably not.
2008:Ivanovic won the French Open following a runner-up finish the year before toHenin. Ivanovic spawned the trend for the following years that made the FrenchOpen feel kind of like any player’s opportunity to
One is tall, with her red hair tied in a pony tail that sways softly as she walks. She is generous in the curves of her shape, and wears glasses that denote certain intellectuality that perhaps is not there. I don’t know her well enough, but she seems to be shy and mostly, she observes. She has no need to be the leading role, and there is no reason to stand out.
Even if she does it constantly.
The other one is short, blonde as a sun in the morning. Her eyes are blue like an infinite
Many players and spectators are arguing lately that something needs to be done about this problem.
Obviously, existing rules do not work, because umpires are reluctunt to apply them - players gets warning on the first offense and then point penalty. This is too "black-n-white" of a rule, it does not give umpires necessary flexibility, they're afraid to interrupt the flow of a match and "time stretchers" thrive...
My proposal - do not apply warnings and point
Updated 04-19-2013 at 10:51 PM by mick1303
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Possible names for the new Pope
After spending almost a full decade with a Pope named after pretentious eggs, the yet-to-be-elected prelate should think of a name that will be more in accordance with the era, and which may bring the Church more in step with modern times (or at least into the early 1900´s). Some possible ideas for a new papal name:
Pope Gene. We are still