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By The Numbers

Tennis superstar Serena Williams, by the numbers

by Danielle Chiriguayo Aug 23, 2019
Ahead of the 2019 US Open, we look at Williams’ athletic and financial legacy.
Serena Williams celebrates victory during the Ladies Singles second round match against  Christina McHale of the United States on day five of the Wimbledon on July 1, 2016 in London, England.
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Can serve clocks make the U.S. Open more exciting?

by Justin Ho Aug 24, 2018
The Grand Slam tennis event will add 25-second timers to keep matches moving.
Belgium's Elise Mertens plays a shot beside a clock during a match against Australia's Daria Gavrilova at the Australian Open in Melbourne in January.
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Nike serves up a big fashion don't at Wimbledon

by Gigi Douban Jun 29, 2016
Female players paid to wear Nike weren't exactly game for its babydoll dresses.
Annika Beck of Great Britain plays a forehand during the Ladies Singles second round match against Heather Watson of Great Britain on June 29, 2016 in London, England. Beck is wearing the Nike tennis dress in question. 
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Sharapova sponsors suspend deals after failed drug test

by Donna Tam Mar 8, 2016
Nike, Tag Heuer and Porsche are backing away quickly.
Tennis player Maria Sharapova addresses the media regarding a failed drug test at the Australian Open at The LA Hotel Downtown on March 7, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. 
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Final Note

Maria Sharapova admits to testing positive for a banned substance

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 7, 2016
The tennis star failed the test after giving a sample at the Australian Open
Tennis player Maria Sharapova addresses the media regarding a failed drug test at The LA Hotel Downtown on March 7, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Sharapova, a five-time major champion, is currently the 7th ranked player on the WTA tour. Sharapova, withdrew from this week’s BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells due to injury. 
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Datebook

Wimbledon: An occasion for white

by Michelle Philippe Jun 23, 2014
Marketplace Datebook for Tuesday, June 24, 2104

Fact check: How big is the U.S. Open, really?

by Ann Heppermann Aug 26, 2013
The U.S. Open tennis tournament, which starts Monday, dubs itself as the biggest annual sporting event in the world.

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By The Numbers

Maria Sharapova considered name change to Sugarpova

by Daryl Paranada Aug 20, 2013
Tennis superstar flirts with ridiculous name change, decides against it -- and reaps the PR benefits.

Andy Murray wins Wimbledon and 75 million reasons to smile

by Stephen Beard Jul 8, 2013
As a mere U.S. Open champion and Olympic gold medal winner, Murray had been making $12 million a year. That number is expected to shoot up to $75 million after his victory Sunday at Wimbledon.

Weird Wimbledon threatens to upset ratings and ads

by , and Jul 2, 2013
What the ouster of big names like Serena Williams and Roger Federer could mean for ESPN's ratings and revenue.