French Open 2011


'French Open 2011' - 201 News Result(s)

  • Li Na beats Peng Shuai in all-China Shenzhen final

    Li Na beats Peng Shuai in all-China Shenzhen final

    Li Na, Asia's highest-ranking player in tennis history and the top seed at the WTA tournament, downed Peng, who was seeded fifth, 6-4, 7-5.

  • Pope Francis not to attend friendly between Italy and Argentina

    Pope Francis not to attend friendly between Italy and Argentina

    Pope Francis, who is known to be a keen football fan, will however meet the players on the eve of the match.

  • Wimbledon: Hsieh and Peng win women's doubles title

    Wimbledon: Hsieh and Peng win women's doubles title

    Hsieh became the first player from Taiwan to win a Grand Slam title while Peng gave China its first doubles title at a major in seven years.

  • Two years on Li Na still stands alone

    Two years on Li Na still stands alone

    Li Na's momentous French Open title win of 2011 was expected to open the floodgates for Asian -- and in particular Chinese -- players in world tennis.

  • Yao Ming named Houston Goodwill Ambassador

    Yao Ming named Houston Goodwill Ambassador

    Chinese basketball star Yao Ming played for the Houston Rockets for nine seasons before he retired from the sport in 2011.

  • Australian Open, Women's final: Victoria Azarenka defends her title with a win over Li Na

    Australian Open, Women's final: Victoria Azarenka defends her title with a win over Li Na

    This is the second Grand Slam victory for Victoria Azarenka, both Australian Open titles. Li Na won the French Open 2011, her only Grand Slam title.

  • Rome, Milan could host Euro 2020 games

    Rome, Milan could host Euro 2020 games

    Rome and Milan are in the race to host the Euro 2020 as UEFA, the ruling body of football in Europe, mulls to host the showpiece tournament across the continent to celebrate the competition's 60th anniversary.

  • Laura Robson enters Guangzhou Open semi-finals

    Laura Robson enters Guangzhou Open semi-finals

    Rising British star Laura Robson on Thursday reached the semi-finals of the WTA Guangzhou Open by defeating China's Peng Shuai 7-5, 5-7, 6-2.

  • 1960 Olympics: Pakistan dethrone India

    1960 Olympics: Pakistan dethrone India

    It turned out to be a landmark competition for Indian hockey as the country's dominance at the World level, and specifically the Olympics, ended with the loss to Pakistan in the final. Though India were to regain the gold four years later and again in 1980, the wheel of fortune had turned.

  • Olympics more exciting than Wimbledon: Peng

    Olympics more exciting than Wimbledon: Peng

    China's Peng Shuai said the Olympic tennis tournament will be much more exciting than the regular Wimbledon as it is a one-off special with national pride at stake.

  • Wimbledon 2012: What might be in store for Week 2

    Wimbledon 2012: What might be in store for Week 2

    Good thing Wimbledon schedules its middle Sunday as a day off. This year, that gave everyone a chance to catch their breath after an eventful Week 1. Really, when action resumes Monday with all 16 men's and women's fourth-round matches, what could Week 2 possibly have in store to equal what the first six days offered?

  • Olympics History: 1908 LONDON

    Olympics History: 1908 LONDON

    London was host for the first time when Rome withdrew. With 1,500 competitors from 19 nations the Games were by now established.

  • Sharapova storms into last 16 at French Open

    Sharapova storms into last 16 at French Open

    Maria Sharapova stormed into the French Open last 16 on Saturday, brushing aside China's Peng Shuai 6-2, 6-1, while semi-final rivals Li Na and Petra Kvitova laboured to reach the second week.

  • Paes-Peya knocked out of French Open

    Paes-Peya knocked out of French Open

    India's nightmare at the French Open continued with Leander Paes and his Austrian partner Alexander Peya being dumped out of the men's doubles second round by Mikhail Elgin of Russia and Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan here Saturday.

  • Six major champions reach 2nd round at French Open

    Six major champions reach 2nd round at French Open

    Six major champions successfully made their way through the first round of the French Open on the opening day. One didn't.

'French Open 2011' - 201 News Result(s)

  • Li Na beats Peng Shuai in all-China Shenzhen final

    Li Na beats Peng Shuai in all-China Shenzhen final

    Li Na, Asia's highest-ranking player in tennis history and the top seed at the WTA tournament, downed Peng, who was seeded fifth, 6-4, 7-5.

  • Pope Francis not to attend friendly between Italy and Argentina

    Pope Francis not to attend friendly between Italy and Argentina

    Pope Francis, who is known to be a keen football fan, will however meet the players on the eve of the match.

  • Wimbledon: Hsieh and Peng win women's doubles title

    Wimbledon: Hsieh and Peng win women's doubles title

    Hsieh became the first player from Taiwan to win a Grand Slam title while Peng gave China its first doubles title at a major in seven years.

  • Two years on Li Na still stands alone

    Two years on Li Na still stands alone

    Li Na's momentous French Open title win of 2011 was expected to open the floodgates for Asian -- and in particular Chinese -- players in world tennis.

  • Yao Ming named Houston Goodwill Ambassador

    Yao Ming named Houston Goodwill Ambassador

    Chinese basketball star Yao Ming played for the Houston Rockets for nine seasons before he retired from the sport in 2011.

  • Australian Open, Women's final: Victoria Azarenka defends her title with a win over Li Na

    Australian Open, Women's final: Victoria Azarenka defends her title with a win over Li Na

    This is the second Grand Slam victory for Victoria Azarenka, both Australian Open titles. Li Na won the French Open 2011, her only Grand Slam title.

  • Rome, Milan could host Euro 2020 games

    Rome, Milan could host Euro 2020 games

    Rome and Milan are in the race to host the Euro 2020 as UEFA, the ruling body of football in Europe, mulls to host the showpiece tournament across the continent to celebrate the competition's 60th anniversary.

  • Laura Robson enters Guangzhou Open semi-finals

    Laura Robson enters Guangzhou Open semi-finals

    Rising British star Laura Robson on Thursday reached the semi-finals of the WTA Guangzhou Open by defeating China's Peng Shuai 7-5, 5-7, 6-2.

  • 1960 Olympics: Pakistan dethrone India

    1960 Olympics: Pakistan dethrone India

    It turned out to be a landmark competition for Indian hockey as the country's dominance at the World level, and specifically the Olympics, ended with the loss to Pakistan in the final. Though India were to regain the gold four years later and again in 1980, the wheel of fortune had turned.

  • Olympics more exciting than Wimbledon: Peng

    Olympics more exciting than Wimbledon: Peng

    China's Peng Shuai said the Olympic tennis tournament will be much more exciting than the regular Wimbledon as it is a one-off special with national pride at stake.

  • Wimbledon 2012: What might be in store for Week 2

    Wimbledon 2012: What might be in store for Week 2

    Good thing Wimbledon schedules its middle Sunday as a day off. This year, that gave everyone a chance to catch their breath after an eventful Week 1. Really, when action resumes Monday with all 16 men's and women's fourth-round matches, what could Week 2 possibly have in store to equal what the first six days offered?

  • Olympics History: 1908 LONDON

    Olympics History: 1908 LONDON

    London was host for the first time when Rome withdrew. With 1,500 competitors from 19 nations the Games were by now established.

  • Sharapova storms into last 16 at French Open

    Sharapova storms into last 16 at French Open

    Maria Sharapova stormed into the French Open last 16 on Saturday, brushing aside China's Peng Shuai 6-2, 6-1, while semi-final rivals Li Na and Petra Kvitova laboured to reach the second week.

  • Paes-Peya knocked out of French Open

    Paes-Peya knocked out of French Open

    India's nightmare at the French Open continued with Leander Paes and his Austrian partner Alexander Peya being dumped out of the men's doubles second round by Mikhail Elgin of Russia and Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan here Saturday.

  • Six major champions reach 2nd round at French Open

    Six major champions reach 2nd round at French Open

    Six major champions successfully made their way through the first round of the French Open on the opening day. One didn't.

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