The hottest dance craze of Summer 2014 has hit the tennis world in January of 2015. Remember the Shmoney Dance? Team USA did it when they won the FIBA World Championship in September! Jameis Winston did it in October! Victoria Azarenka...Show More Summary
Victoria Azarenka rolled, then danced, past Caroline Wozniacki in the second round of the Australian Open. Meanwhile, Lleyton Hewitt faded, Madison Keys rallied and Jerzy Janowicz outlasted Gael Monfils in Mercurial Bowl 2015. Here are...Show More Summary
Some of the top players might be hopping off the train, but it just keeps rolling through Melbourne. Day 4 of the Australian Open saw some big stars ousted, but also saw a resurgence for a former world No. 1. Victoria Azarenka's win over No. Show More Summary
Caroline Wozniacki's quest for that elusive first major title will continue after the 24-year-old star was knocked out of the Australian Open by Victoria Azarenka. The Dane was thumped 6-4 6-2 by Azarenka, as noted by Guardian Sport: After ascending to the top of the rankings in 2010, due in part to reaching the finals of the 2009 U.S. Show More Summary
Despite being unseeded and ranked No. 41, Victoria Azarenka stands as much a chance of winning the 2015 Australian Open as No. 4 Petra Kvitova. At least that's what the oddsmakers think. According to Odds Shark, Azarenka is a 10-1 favorite...Show More Summary
Ekaterina Makarova still has not dropped a set at this year's tournament following Wednesday afternoon's 6-4, 6-2 quarterfinal upset of No. 16 Victoria Azarenka at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
- Former world number one Victoria Azarenka is ready to put a season of injury behind her, and where better to start than the US Open.
NEW YORK (AP) — Pushed deep into a corner, Victoria Azarenka swung from defense to offense with a wicked cross-court backhand winner.
Victoria Azarenka has had a 2014 to forget. The former top-ranked tennis superstar has yet to win a tournament this year and battled various injuries along the way, including a knee injury that has forced her to withdraw from the Western...Show More Summary
MASON, Ohio (AP) — Defending champion Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from the Western & Southern Open because of a right knee injury.
- Defending champion Victoria Azarenka was forced to withdraw on Tuesday from the women's event at the ATP-WTA Cincinnati Masters with a right knee injury. Officials said the tenth seed will be replaced in the draw by German Mona Barthel who plays later against Barbora Zahlavova Strycova. Show More Summary
Last night we were treated to an all out battle of WTA titans when former top lady ballers Venus Williams and Victoria Azarenka faced off in the Stanford second round. There was much anticipation for this match up and it didn't disappoint. Show More Summary
Andy Murray and Victoria Azarenka aren’t as different as it might seem from the outside. They both own two majors, and won one title in 2012 and another in 2013 (the U.S. Open and Wimbledon for Murray and two Australian Open championships for Azarenka). Show More Summary
The 2014 edition of Wimbledon has started off usual enough. Outside of Victoria Azarenka's early exit, most of tennis' biggest stars have survived the early rounds at All England Club. Day 6 just might reverse that trend. The slate features...Show More Summary
The 2014 edition of Wimbledon is still in its infancy, but it's already shaping up to be a memorable tournament. Day 3 from the All England Club provided plenty of intrigue. Victoria Azarenka was ousted from the tournament in three sets by Bojana Jovanovski. Show More Summary
LONDON - Eighth seed Victoria Azarenka is out at Wimbledon. Bojana Jovanovski won 6-3, 3-6, 7-5. It was Azarenka’s return after months off from a foot injury and she did not look back in top form. She won just three out of 16 break points. Show More Summary
I can think of at least one person who can’t exactly be thrilled by Victoria Azarenka’s decision to return to competition by taking a wild card into next week’s event at Eastbourne. That would be world No. 4 Agnieszka Radwanska, the tournament’s top seed. The two have met 16 times, and Azarenka has won 12 times. Show More Summary
Professional Belarusian tennis player Victoria Azarenka will not be making it to the French Open this year. ABCNews reported that Victoria has a recurring injury on her left foot that has forced her to withdraw from the competition. The same injury has caused Azarenka to withdraw from other sporting events throughout the year. Victoria has
Women's tennis will be without one of its biggest stars in Victoria Azarenka at the 2014 French Open. Azarenka, 24, is still nursing a foot injury that has kept her out of action since March, and it will prevent her from competing in...Show More Summary