Watch all the ladies including Ana Ivanovic, Caroline Wozniacki, and Andrea Petkovic get glammed up and then walk the red carpet at the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party. I love being a girl! :)
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There were so many beautiful women dressed to the nines that walked the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party Red Carpet, that instead of showing them all to you, I've narrowed it down to the ensembles that I liked the best and the least to share with you. It's my toned down version of The Fashion Police. Here it goes.
Best Makeup: Heather Watson wearing Mulberry
The overall look is very cluttered. There's just too much fabric on the dress, and that paired with her booties makes the outfit look HEAVY, but I will say that I absolutely LOVE her makeup. From the waist up, she looks adorable.
The tennis community has missed her for almost a year (perhaps not the other WTA players), but get ready folks, because Serena Williams is returning to the tour NEXT WEEK at the AEGON International Tournament in Eastbourne with the plan to defend her title at Wimbledon later in the month!!
Li Na was already the first woman in a country of 1.3 billion people to win a WTA singles title, then the first to break into the top 10, and then the first to make it to a Major final. But now she will be known as the first Chinese woman to win a Major, as she defeated Francesca Schiavone 6-4, 7-6 (0) to win the French Open crown.
In honor of Li Na making it to her 2nd Grand Slam Final, here is her video from the Road To Roland-Garros team. In it she talks about her friends on tour (I think you'll find it funny why she likes JJ because it is for the exact same reason that most people don't like her), she learns how to speak French, and even attempts to teach Jeremy, the driver, Chinese. Enjoy!
Maria Sharapova advanced to the semifinals today at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia Open after Victoria Azarenka retired with an arm injury. But, prior to that happening, it appears that there was a little bit of name calling when Vika won the first set 6-4. Take a look at the video below and make your own guess as to what Vika was saying in Maria's direction around the 11 sec. mark after she closed out the set:
After the match, Vika (or her PR person) decided to address the issue on Twitter:
Very sad and tough day for me. Very hard to retire like this. Said some things to myself on the match that I'm not proud of. But it was just being mad at myself. Will never refer anything to my opponent. I play with respect to every single player. I apologise if there was a misunderstanding of that situation. Thank u for the support and so many spectators. The atmosphere was great.
I get it, I routinely call myself a f-ing bitch whenever I win a set, or a game, or hell even a point. I mean, doesn't everyone do it?
Riiiiiight.....lol. Actually, I don't care that she did it, but at least come up with a believable story, or better yet, don't say anything at all.