Margaret Court: 'I don't know if Serena Williams can win another Grand Slam'
Margaret Court is one of the examples that show you can win after having become a mather. In 1973 after giving birth to her first son Daniel, the former Australian player won three Grand Slam titles living one of her best seasons ever. And so now that ...
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Motherhood no obstacle for Serena Williams, says Australian tennis great Margaret Court
The Sydney Morning Herald
The only other mothers to win slam tennis titles in the Open era are Court's compatriot Evonne Goolagong and Belgian Kim Clijsters, who were both in their mid-20s. "I don't know (if Serena can win another) ... it will depend whether she still feels ...
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A look back at 10 of Maria Sharapova's greatest moments on court
Winning the French Open in 2012: Sharapova beat Sara Errani to win her first French Open in 2012, becoming just the sixth woman in the Open era to complete a career Grand Slam after Margaret Court, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Graf and Williams. 8.
Time will tell if Serena Williams will return to tennis after becoming a mother, says Margaret Court
Court won three of her record 24 majors after the birth of her son Daniel in 1972. Williams, who was pregnant to fiance and US businessman Alexis Ohanian when she won January's Australian Open, has won 23 grand slam singles titles. Court, Evonne ...
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Candidates standing for Northumberland council seats
Amble West with Warkworth: Ann Burke (Independent); Andrew Findlay (Liberal Democrats); Nicola Morrison (Labour); Jeff Watson (Conservative). Ashington ... Berwick North: Brian Douglas (Independent); Anne Forbes (Independent); Jim Herbert (Independent ...
Unearthing a Rare 1971 Monty Python Film All About Peas
John Cleese was a supporter of the Labour Party, so according to Terry Jones in the oral history The Pythons, they “did a little thing for the Labour Party.” (Whether this took the form of a filmed piece, or a live performance I wasn't able to ...
Andy Murray's Response to a Reporter's Sexist Question at the Olympics Deserves All the Medals
In 2013, Murray was lauded as the first Brit to win Wimbledon in 77 years — but, in reality, Dorothy Round Little, Angela Mortimer Barrett, Ann Haydon-Jones, and Virginia Wade had all accomplished the feat before him. Clearly, Murray knows what's up ...
From the archives: Remembering the British women who conquered London and Paris
... the archives: Remembering the British women who conquered London and Paris. Wimbledon.com remembers the two British women to have won Wimbledon and Roland Garros, Angela Mortimer and Ann Jones. READ MORE ... Jones, who played under her maiden name ...