It’s rare that I am happy when one of my favorites goes down, but such is the case as 10th seed Petra Kvitova fell on day 6 of Roland Garros 2016. The reason for my joy is seeing 23-year old American Shelby Rogers, ranked 108th in the world, earn the biggest win of her WTA …
Part 2 of the special Road to Roland Garros series Peugeot did at Roland Garros 2011.
At the start of Roland Garros, I doubt many were picking Li Na to go so far on clay. Oh, how a few weeks changes things.
I have to root for Germany’s Andrea Petkovic. The inventor of the Petko Dance, Andrea is one of the most sparkling and fun personalities to emerge in recent years on the WTA. What’s more, she has a world class game to back up the flash. Style and substance, Andrea has it all.
I have to admit to rooting for Marion to win Roland Garros (now that my favorites Kim Clijsters and Jelena Jankovic are out). It would be fun to see a French-born player win on the women’s side. However, if she ends up facing Maria Sharapova or Li Na in the final, I might be torn …
Caroline didn’t score her first Major title at Roland Garros 2011, but she is always upbeat and happy. Look for a deep run by Caro at Wimbledon. If she wins at the All-England Club, her past Major shortcomings will be forgotten.
Daniela Hantuchova was knocked out of Roland Garros 2011 in a tough three setter with former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova, but not before Daniela scored the biggest upset of the tournament, taking out world #1 Caroline Wozniacki.
Although her Roland Garros 2011 campaign ended earlier than expected, here is a fun Q&A video taken during the tournament. Who does Samantha think is the sexiest male player? Watch and find out 🙂