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Latest Elena Vesnina Items
The earthquake that originated in Virginia shook the tennis stadium on the Yale campus Tuesday, sending fans bolting to the aisles and delaying play for more than two hours at the New Haven Open.
Play was stopped and the venue evacuated at the New Haven Open in Connecticut on Tuesday after an earthquake that originated in Virginia shook the stadium on the Yale campus.
Caroline Wozniacki was happy to win her first clay-court tournament of the season at the Family Circle Cup. That didn't keep the world's No. 1 player from looking ahead to a major prize - the French Open.
Venus and Serena Williams were fined $4,000 each at Wimbledon for skipping a news conference after losing in the doubles quarterfinals.
Venus and Serena Williams have lost 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 to Russians Elena Vesnina and Vera Zvonareva in the quarterfinals of the doubles at Wimbledon.