Australian Open - Wie in Wimbledon: Teenager Gauff besiegt Venus Williams. Melbourne (dpa) - Wie in Wimbledon hat Tennis-Teenager Cori Gauff auch bei. Nach einer abwechslungsreichen ersten Saisonhälfte gewann Venus Williams in Wimbledon ohne Satzverlust ihren siebten Grand-Slam-Titel im Einzel und. Mehr Erfolg hatte sie im Doppel; sie gewann mit Venus nicht nur zum ersten Mal die Doppelkonkurrenz in Wimbledon, sondern im September bei den.
Tennis: Serena Williams‘ Zusammenbruch in WimbledonMehr Erfolg hatte sie im Doppel; sie gewann mit Venus nicht nur zum ersten Mal die Doppelkonkurrenz in Wimbledon, sondern im September bei den. Trotz einer Viruserkrankung trat Serena Williams im Doppel von Wimbledon an. Schon beim Warmmachen brach sie regelrecht zusammen. Dennoch nahm sie. Aktuelle Nachrichten, Informationen und Bilder zum Thema Venus Williams auf Roger Federer und Venus Williams spielen die Finals von Wimbledon.
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Williams won her sixth title of the year at the Tier I event in Zurich, defeating No. Four weeks later, she lost to Davenport in the semifinals of the tournament in Philadelphia.
Making her debut at the year-ending Chase Championships, Williams lost to Hingis in the semifinals. In , Williams missed the first five months of the year with tendinitis in both wrists.
She returned to the tour during the European clay court season. Although she had won only two of her four matches before the French Open , she was seeded fourth there.
Williams then won 35 consecutive singles matches and six tournaments. She won her first Grand Slam singles title at Wimbledon, defeating No.
She also teamed with her sister Serena to win the women's doubles title at this event. She also won the gold medal in women's doubles with her younger sister Serena.
Davenport eventually snapped her winning streak in October in the final of the Linz Open. Williams did not play a tournament the rest of the year because of anemia.
In , Williams reached the semifinals of the Australian Open for the first time, where she lost to No. However, Williams teamed with her sister to win the doubles title at the event, completing a Career Golden Slam in women's doubles for the pair.
Williams also reached the semifinals of the Tier I Tennis Masters Series tournament in Indian Wells, California , where she controversially defaulted her match with her sister just before the match started.
Williams had been suffering from knee tendinitis throughout the tournament and eventually this prevented her from playing.
The following day, Williams and her father Richard were booed as they made their way to their seats to watch the final.
Due to this, neither Williams sister entered the tournament for 14 years,  with her sister Serena entering in after appeals for forgiveness from the event and the WTA Tour.
She defeated Hingis in the semifinals and No. Because of this victory, her ranking rose to a career high of No.
This was only the second time that she had lost in the first round of a Grand Slam singles tournament. Williams then successfully defended her Wimbledon title, defeating third-seeded Davenport in the semifinals and eighth-seeded Henin in three sets in Henin's first Wimbledon final.
During the North American summer hard court season, Williams won for the second consecutive year the tournaments in San Diego, defeating Seles in the final, and in New Haven, defeating Davenport in the final.
Williams also won the US Open singles title for the second consecutive year, without dropping a set. In the quarterfinals, she beat fifth-seeded Clijsters, followed by a semifinal victory over No.
She played her sister Serena in the final, which was the first Grand Slam singles final contested by two sisters during the open era.
Venus won the match and her fourth Grand Slam singles title. However, she then lost for the first time in her career to Seles in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.
As a result of her strong start to the season, Williams assumed the world No. Williams was the first African-American woman ever to hold the ranking.
She held it for just three weeks before surrendering it back to Capriati. Williams failed to defend her title in Miami after losing in the semifinals to her sister Serena.
A week after winning that tournament, she once again replaced Capriati as the No. During those three weeks, Williams had made the final in Hamburg, defeating Hingis in the semifinals before losing to Clijsters in the final.
Seeded second at the French Open , Williams defeated former champion Seles to reach the semifinals for the first time. In the final, Williams met her sister Serena Williams for a second time in a Grand Slam final, with her sister winning.
Williams once again replaced Capriati as the No. As the top seed at Wimbledon , Williams defeated Henin in the semifinals to make the final for the third consecutive year.
However, there, she lost to her sister Serena. This result meant Serena Williams replaced Venus as the No. The Williams sisters teamed up to win the women's doubles title at the event, their fifth Grand Slam women's doubles title together.
Williams won the titles in San Diego and New Haven for the third consecutive year, defeating Davenport and Dokic to win the former and defeating Davenport in the final of the latter.
Playing her younger sister Serena for their third consecutive Grand Slam final, her sister won once again.
After that, Williams played just four more matches during the season. She reached the semifinals at the year-ending Sanex Championships after defeating Seles in the quarterfinals, but she then was forced to retire against Clijsters due to injury.
Williams finished the year ranked No. Williams started by defeating fifth seed Justine Henin to make the final of the Australian Open for the first time.
In the final, however, she lost to her sister Serena. This marked the first time in the open era that the same two players had met in four consecutive Grand Slam finals.
Venus and Serena Williams teamed to win the women's doubles title at the event, their sixth Grand Slam title in women's doubles.
However, shortly afterwards, she began to struggle with injury. She then suffered her earliest exit at a Grand Slam tournament in two years when she lost in the fourth round of the French Open to Vera Zvonareva.
At Wimbledon , Williams was seeded fourth. Williams defeated former champion Lindsay Davenport in the quarterfinals and Kim Clijsters in the semifinals to advance to her fourth consecutive Wimbledon final, where she lost again to sister Serena.
Wimbledon was Williams's last event of the year as an abdominal injury that occurred during the Clijsters match prevented her from playing again.
While she was recovering from the injury, her sister Yetunde Price was murdered. It was the first time in nearly six years that she had dropped out of the top In , Williams came back to the tour suffering inconsistent results.
As the third seed because of a protected ranking, she reached the third round of the Australian Open, where she lost to Lisa Raymond.
She then lost in the quarterfinals of her next three tournaments. Williams began to find her form at the beginning of the clay-court season. She then withdrew from that match against Mauresmo due to injury.
Going into the French Open , Williams had the best clay-court record among the women and was among the favorites to win the title; however, after making the quarterfinals to extend her winning streak on the surface to 19 matches, she lost to eventual champion Anastasia Myskina.
Despite her defeat, she re-entered the top Upon the conclusion of the match, he was relieved of his duties. After Wimbledon, Williams reached her fourth final of the year at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, California , where she was beaten by Lindsay Davenport for the first time since Williams completed the year by losing in the quarterfinals of three indoor tournaments in the fall, a period that included defeat in her first meeting with year-old Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova at the Zurich Open.
Williams finished the year as No. In , Williams started the year by losing in the fourth round of the Australian Open to Alicia Molik. She then reached the final in Antwerp, defeating Clijsters and Myskina en route.
In the final, Williams was a set and a service break up against Mauresmo before eventually losing. Williams went on to lose in the semifinals to No.
However, at the French Open, she lost in the third round to year-old Sesil Karatantcheva , who subsequently tested positive for steroids and was suspended.
Williams was seeded 14th for the Wimbledon Championships — Women's Singles. In the quarterfinals of the tournament, she defeated French Open runner-up Pierce in a second-set tiebreak, winning it 12—10 to make the semifinals of a Grand Slam for the first time in two years.
There, she defeated defending champion and second-seeded Maria Sharapova to make the Wimbledon final for the fifth time in six years.
Playing top-seeded Davenport in the final, Williams saved a match point with a backhand winner en route to winning. This was Williams's third Wimbledon singles title, her fifth Grand Slam singles title overall and her first since It was the first time in 70 years that a player had won after being down match point during the women's final at Wimbledon.
Following Wimbledon, Williams reached her fourth final of the year in Stanford, where she lost to Clijsters. At the US Open , Williams achieved her second consecutive win over her sister Serena in the fourth round, but then lost in the quarterfinals to eventual champion Kim Clijsters.
Williams did not qualify for the year-ending Sony Ericsson Championships because of an injury sustained during the tournament in Beijing.
It was the first year since that she had finished a year ranked higher than her sister Serena Williams. In , Williams was upset in the first round of the Australian Open by Tsvetana Pironkova , which was her earliest loss ever at that tournament.
After that loss, she did not play again for three months due to a wrist injury. She returned in late April on clay in Warsaw, where she defeated former No.
Williams was the defending champion and one of the favorites to win the singles title at Wimbledon.
After the loss, Williams said that she was having pain in her left wrist, although she admitted that the injury was not the cause of her loss.
Williams finished the season as No. It was the second consecutive year she finished higher than her sister Serena, who finished the year at No.
Williams withdrew from the Australian Open , the second consecutive Grand Slam that she had missed due to her recurring wrist injury.
Williams was ranked No. Williams was a game away from defeat in her first round match against Alla Kudryavtseva and in her third round match against Akiko Morigami she was two points away from defeat, but she eventually won both 7—5 in the third set.
She then advanced to reach her sixth Wimbledon final, after beating Maria Sharapova, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Ana Ivanovic in straight sets en route, where she defeated 18th seed Marion Bartoli also in straight sets.
Williams thus became only the fourth woman in the open era to win Wimbledon at least four times, along with Billie Jean King , Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf.
She also became the lowest-seeded Wimbledon champion in history, breaking the record she herself set in Williams returned to the top 20 as a result of the win.
However she then lost to eventual champion Justine Henin. The tournament resulted in Williams's ranking moving up to No. Williams had earned enough points during the year to qualify for the year-ending WTA Tour Championships in Madrid; however, she withdrew because of continuing problems with anemia.
In , as the eighth seed at the Australian Open, Williams reached the quarterfinals for the first time since However, she then lost to eventual runner-up Ana Ivanovic.
Williams made her first semifinal of the year at the Bangalore Open in Bangalore , India, where she met sister Serena for the first time since with Serena Williams winning despite Venus Williams holding a match point in the third set tie break.
Williams missed two tournaments at the beginning of the clay-court season due to undisclosed medical problems.
Williams was the defending champion and seventh-seeded player at Wimbledon. Without dropping a set, she reached her seventh Wimbledon singles final.
She then won her fifth Wimbledon singles title, and seventh Grand Slam singles title overall, by beating sister Serena in straight sets.
This was the first time since that Venus and Serena Williams had played each other in a Grand Slam final and was the first time since that Venus had defeated her in a Grand Slam final.
Venus and Serena Williams then teamed to win the women's doubles title, their first Grand Slam doubles title together since Williams lost in the quarterfinals of the Beijing Olympics to Li Na.
She did, however, earn a gold medal along with her sister Serena in women's doubles, their second gold medal as a team, having won together at the Sydney Olympics in At the US Open , Williams was playing some of her best tennis since dominating the circuit in , However, she was defeated in two tiebreaks by Serena Williams the eventual tournament winner in a close quarterfinal match, after Williams had led 5—3 in both sets.
A fortnight later, Williams won the Zurich Open , defeating Ivanovic in the semifinals before defeating Pennetta in the final to claim her second title of the year and secure a position in the year-ending WTA Tour Championships in Doha, Qatar.
There, Williams defeated No. In the semifinals, Williams defeated No. However, she teamed up with her sister Serena to win the women's doubles title at the event, their eighth Grand Slam doubles title together.
The latter win meant that Williams led the head-to-head in career matches with her sister for the first time since Williams went on to defeat Virginie Razzano in the final.
This win meant Williams was ranked in the top five for the first time since , while it also marked her 40th professional singles title, only the twelfth player in the open era to achieve the feat.
This was her first title on clay since On European clay, Williams reached the semifinals in Rome before losing to No. This run meant Williams was ranked in the top three for the first time since Williams was seeded third at Wimbledon.
She advanced to her eighth Wimbledon final, at which point she had won 34 straight sets held since Wimbledon In the final, however, she lost the first set tie-break, and from then on lost in two sets to sister Serena.
The Williams sisters teamed up to win the doubles title at the tournament for the fourth time. Teaming with her sister, she played doubles and won the title, defeating Monica Niculescu and Yung-Jan Chan.
At the US Open , as the third seed, Williams made it to the fourth round before losing to Kim Clijsters in three sets. Williams then teamed up with Serena Williams to play doubles at the open, where they won the title over defending champions and No.
Williams's last tournament in was the year-ending Sony Ericsson Championships , where she was the defending champion in singles. She was in the maroon group which includes her sister Serena Williams, along with Elena Dementieva and Svetlana Kuznetsova.
She lost her first match against Dementieva, and her second match against her sister Serena- both in straight sets, after taking the first set.
Because of Dementieva's loss to Kuznetsova in their round robin match, Williams advanced to the semifinal of the championships.
In the final, she lost to her sister Serena. In doubles, Williams teamed with her sister as the second seeds.
Their doubles record at the end of the year stood at 24—2. Williams finished ranked No. Williams played at the Australian Open as the sixth seed.
She defeated 17th-seeded Francesca Schiavone in the fourth round. She was two points from defeating 16th-seeded Li Na in the quarterfinals before losing in three sets.
In doubles, she teamed with her sister Serena to successfully defend their title, defeating the top-ranked team of Cara Black and Liezel Huber in the final.
She went onto the clay at the Abierto Mexico Telcel in Acapulco, where she was the defending champion. In the final, she defeated first-time finalist Polona Hercog from Slovenia.
This was her 43rd career title, the most among active female players. She defeated No. She was defeated by Kim Clijsters in the final in just 58 minutes, ending her match winning streak.
By reaching the final, her ranking improved to No. She suffered the worst defeat of her career in the quarterfinals, losing to No.
Despite this loss, Williams's ranking improved to No. Her next tournament was the Madrid Open , a Premier Mandatory tournament. In doubles, she teamed with her sister Serena to win the title.
On May 17, her ranking improved to No. This was the fourth time that the Williams sisters have occupied the top two spots, and the first time since May Her next tournament was the French Open , where she played both singles and doubles despite her knee injury.
Seeded second in singles, she advanced past the third round at this tournament for the first time since before losing to Nadia Petrova in the round of She also played doubles with Serena as the top seeds.
Their defeat of Huber and Anabel Medina Garrigues in the semifinals increased their doubles ranking to No. By virtue of reaching the No.
Her next tournament was the Wimbledon Championships , where she had reached the final the previous three years. Despite her knee injury, she made it to the quarterfinals, where she lost to Tsvetana Pironkova.
Pironkova was ranked No. As a result, Williams dropped to No. She was the defending champion in doubles with her sister Serena, having won the tournament in the previous two years.
However, they lost this time in the quarterfinals to Elena Vesnina and Vera Zvonareva. Williams then missed all tournaments in the US Open Series because of a left knee injury but still participated at the US Open as the third seed.
She won three matches to move into the fourth round. Williams became one of only two women in along with Caroline Wozniacki to reach at least the fourth round at all four Grand Slam singles tournaments.
Williams won the first set of their match and recovered from 5—2 down in the second set but ultimately double-faulted on a key point near the end of the match and lost in three sets.
Because of Serena's withdrawal from the US Open, Williams did not participate at the doubles event, where she was the defending champion.
The recovery of her left knee took longer than expected and it forced her to miss the rest of , including the year-ending Sony Ericsson Championships and Fed Cup final.
She finished the year ranked eleventh in doubles. Williams began the year at the final edition of Hong Kong Tennis Classic exhibition event.
She lost both her singles matches against Vera Zvonareva and Li Na , but she helped Team America to win the silver group.
At the Australian Open , Williams retired in the second game of her third round match against Andrea Petkovic after sustaining a hip muscle injury in her second round.
The injury forced Williams to pull out of the Fed Cup quarterfinal against Belgium, the Dubai Tennis Championships , and the Mexican Open, where she was the two-time defending champion in both tournaments.
She subsequently withdrew from the Miami Open causing her ranking to drop to number fifteen. She also missed the clay court season which caused her ranking to drop to number twenty-nine.
Williams then made her first appearance since the Australian Open in Eastbourne. She was seeded 23rd at the Wimbledon Championships.
She played for nearly three hours in her second round match against Japanese veteran Kimiko Date-Krumm , winning in three tough sets.
She was scheduled to meet 22nd seed Sabine Lisicki in the second round, but withdrew before the match began after being diagnosed with Sjögren's syndrome , an autoimmune disease which causes fatigue and muscle and joint pain.
As a result, her ranking dropped to one-hundred and five. Williams did not play for the rest of the year at a competitive level; she appeared in three exhibitions tournaments in November and early December.
She played against sister Serena in Colombia, which she won in straight sets. Williams lost both her singles tie-break matches but won the doubles pairing with her sister.
This was her first year-end finish ranked outside of the top 50 since Williams was scheduled to play in Auckland in preparation for the Australian Open.
Williams was granted wildcards to participate in the Miami  and Charleston tournaments. In the second round, she defeated No.
In the third round, she saved a match point and defeated Aleksandra Wozniak in a three-set tiebreaker that ended a nearly three-hour match.
In the round of 16, she bested No. Her run improved her ranking to number Nadal vs. Kenin vs. US Open scores, results and schedule Katherine Acquavella 2 min read.
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Others scuttled quietly to the sides of the court, landing wide. But don't cry for Venus. Do not feel too terribly bad. After the match, in her typically taciturn way, she vowed to march on.
I believe I can. Williams versus Garbine Muguruza was not the match anyone expected. Both women came to it playing superbly. This seemed destined to be an afternoon full of screaming winners, a showcase for power tennis on the sport's greatest stage.
It felt as if an icon was about to etch what could be a last gilded image into our collective memory banks. Instead this was a forgettable battle of attrition.
As it wore on, as Muguruza gathered her nerves, dialing in the forehands she'd been consistently hitting long, Williams simply crumbled. During the last game, the look on Venus' face was one of a woman mortified.
She stared straight forward. At one point, it looked as if she might cry. This loss cut deeply. It was much more than the embarrassment of a , second-set shellacking.
This was a very winnable bid for a sixth Wimbledon -- her first title here since