Serena Williams loses Wimbledon first round match to Harmony Tan

WIMBLEDON, England – Serena Williams, playing her first competitive singles match in 364 days, received another devastating early exit at Wimbledon with a 7-5, 1-6, 7-6 (10-7) loss to Harmony Tan on Tuesday. . that took more than three hours and a 10-point third-set tiebreak to decide. “Today I gave everything I could do, you … Read more

American teenager Coco Gauff reaches her first Grand Slam final at the French Open

PARIS – Coco Gauff sat expressionless in her French Open change chair after pulling a set away from her first Grand Slam final at 18 – just 18! – and she calmly ate some pieces of pineapple and other fruits, apparently without worrying about anything. Her opponent in Thursday’s semi-finals at Roland Garros, Martina Trevisan, … Read more

Parents of Stanford soccer goalkeeper Katie Meyer, who committed suicide, push for ‘Katie’s Save’ policy

Three months after their daughter, Stanford soccer goalie Katie Meyer, died by suicide, parents Steve and Gina Meyer have proposed a university policy they believe could have saved her life. “Katie’s Save” would give students the option to participate in a program that would notify an advocate of their choice by email should they face … Read more

Michelle Wie West Partners with LA Golf and Forms Initiative Aiming to Support LPGA Players

10:00 a.m. Eastern Time charlotte gibsonESPN Michelle Wie West will lead a new women’s partnership initiative with golf equipment company LA Golf, with the goal of providing equitable and fair support on and off the course to LPGA players. Committed to treating female golfers with the same respect as their male counterparts, LA Golf will … Read more

Stanford freshman Rose Zhang wins NCAA women’s national golf championship

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Rose Zhang has felt the energy, the pressure in the big championships. The Stanford freshman has been successful at every level she has played, overcoming stress to win prestigious amateur events. So when Zhang had a couple of bad chances at the NCAA Women’s Championship, including a brutal one on the fifth … Read more

Ukrainian Elina Svitolina says that Russian and Belarusian players should talk about the war

PARIS – Ukrainian tennis player Elina Svitolina wants Russian and Belarusian players to say if they oppose the war in their nation. “For us, for the Ukrainians, it is very important that they speak up, that they choose which side they take. We want to know, we want to feel safe about it. Because if … Read more