PARIS, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli just wants to enjoy herself and play big matches when she returns to competitive tennis in March after more than four years in retirement.
At age 33, Marion Bartoli is coming back to tennis.
Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bertoli announced Tuesday she would come out of retirement and aspire to return to the tennis tour at the Miami Open in March 2018.
2013 Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli says she is coming out of retiremen
2013 Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli says she is coming out of retirement and returning to the tennis tour next season
Marion Bartoli has shocked the world of tennis by announcing her comeback nearly five years after retiring following her unlikely triumph at Wimbledon in 2013.
Dec 19 (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli announced on Tuesday that she would return to professional tennis in 2018 after more than four years in retirement.
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: BBC pundit Marion Bartoli was understood to be furious after she was withdrawn from Wimbledon’s invitation doubles on health grounds.
Is Rafael Nadal's struggles traced back to his lack of power? Marion Bartoli thinks so.
Marion Bartoli appeared on the new Wimbledon highlights programme on Wednesday looking very glamorous two years after John Inverdale said she was 'never going to be a looker'.
I catched you the #Selfie queen @serenawilliams pic.twitter.com/MmkoMLDXu4 — Marion bartoli (@bartoli_marion) June 6, 2015 Don't you just love it when you catch a glimpse of a superstar athlete being human like the rest of us? Tennis...Show More Summary
If you need a shoulder to rest upon, Marion Bartoli’s is as good as any.
Serena Williams is the greatest female player of all time regardless of whether she breaks the record for grand slam victories, according to former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli.
Might Marion Bartoli be returning to tennis?
Maria Sharapova? Done. Serena Williams? Done. Li Na? Done. Last year's winner at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli ? Done. Yes, this year's Wimbledon, at least on the women's side, has provided plenty of drama and upsets. But while the fourShow More Summary
The 2014 Wimbledon at the All England Club is the personification of the current trends in the sport, where top dogs continue to underwhelm. With all due respect, look at the defending champions—Andy Murray and Marion Bartoli. That last...Show More Summary
WIMBLEDON — At this same time and place a year ago, Sloane Stephens was having one of the runs of her young professional life, making it all the way to the Wimbledon quarters before losing to eventual champion Marion Bartoli.
For the fist time in the Open Era, the defending men's champion at Wimbledon will be a Brit. Andy Murray will open play on June 23 as the reigning champion after he defeated Novak Djokovic in the 2013 final. Marion Bartoli, the women's...Show More Summary
It was a good year for tennis stars. Famous names such as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams ruled the 2013 tennis season. But that doesn't mean it was a straightforward year. Far from it. Marion Bartoli won one of theShow More Summary