Venus Williams is getting a lot of flak for the self-designed jumper she wore during her decisive victory over Akgul Amanmuradova of Ukraine, but she deserves credit for being creative.
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Luke Tinsman, of San Clemente, Calif., eyes a perch while in a fisheye bubble at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point Harbor in Dana Point, Calif.
Caroline Wozniacki and the Williams sisters, along with a host of other contenders, are competing for Wimbledon championships this year. The top seed on the ladies side of the draw is Caroline Wozniacki.
Tennis, always of interest for the on-court sartorial choices of its players, kicked it up a notch at the Women's Tennis Association's Pre-Wimbledon Party in London on June 16. American Bethanie Mattek-Sands turned heads in a tennis-ball confection whipped up by Lady Gaga's designer, Alex Noble.
A Yemeni girl held by her father chants slogans along with antigovernment protesters during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 27.
Australian Open 2011 is underway down under. Venus Williams, the ladies 4th seed, and Roger Federer, the men's defending champion, each had tough matches on Wednesday. But the pair did advance.
Venus Williams of the US makes a forehand return to Sandra Zahlavova of the Czech Republic during their second round match, which Ms. Williams won, at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne on Jan. 19.
US Open action on Friday has the women's semifinals. The finals are scheduled for Saturday night. The men will play their semifinal matches Saturday at the US Open.
Kim Clijsters continued her march to the ladies final by defeated fifth seed Samantha Stosur in three sets Tuesday night.