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Venus Toppled In Tokyo

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams Toray Pan Pacific OpenVenus Williams, USA
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Tokyo (AP) --
Defending champion Dinara Safina and Venus Williams were knocked out of the second round by qualifiers at the Toray Pan Pacific Open on Monday.

Chang Kai-chen, an 18-year-old from Taiwan, upset the top-ranked Safina 7-6 (5), 4-6, 7-5. Russian teenager Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova edged Williams 7-6 (6), 7-5 to reach the third round.

Safina was serving for the match in the third set when she double-faulted to give up a break. Chang, ranked 132nd and playing only the fourth time in a WTA main draw, held her serve and broke Safina again for victory.

“The double-fault didn't affect me that much,” Safina said. “Whether it's a double-fault or a mistake it's the same. It's just the way I played at 5-4. It wasn't the right game, I didn't use my first serve the whole game.”

A dejected Williams made a hasty exit from Ariake Colosseum, saying only she was looking forward to her next match in Beijing.

Williams took a 3-0 lead in the first set but the 18-year-old Pavlyuchenkova fought back, breaking Williams to tie it 5-5 before holding serve and winning the tiebreak.

Pavlyuchenkova hit a forehand down the line to go up 6-5 in the second set. She had a triple-match point in the 12th game and won when Williams' return was long.

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Shenay Perry And Mashona Washington Conquer Coleman Championships

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Americans Shenay Perry (l) and Mashona Washington (r)


Americans Shenay Perry and Mashona Washington walked away with the singles and doubles titles, respectively, after Sunday's finals at the Coleman Vision Tennis Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

For the singles championship Perry defeated Barbora Zahlavova Strycova of the Czech Republic 7-5, 6-2.

Mashona Washington and American Riza Zalameda took the doubles title by defeating the doubles team of Melinda Czink of Hungary and American Lindsay Lee-Waters 6-3, 6-2.

Congrats ladies!!

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Monfils Prevails In Metz - "The Curse Is Over"

Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de Moselle ChampionOpen de Moselle singles champion Gael Monfils of France
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METZ, France (AP)Gael Monfils ended a four-year title drought with a 7-6 (1), 3-6, 6-2 victory over Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany in the Open de Moselle final on Sunday.

Monfils served 14 aces and broke the 23rd-ranked Kohlschreiber twice in the third set before closing out the match. The Frenchman had won their previous encounter last year in Vienna Monfils, who reached the fourth round at this year’s U.S. Open, won his second career ATP title following his victory in Sopot, Poland, in 2005.

Kohlschreiber saved three set points in the first set to force a tiebreaker that Monfils concluded at the net with a drop shot.

Kohlschreiber broke Monfils in the sixth game of the second set and leveled with an ace. But the Frenchman finally broke his opponent’s serve twice to improve to 2-6 in ATP finals.

“For a long time people spoke about my lost finals,” Monfils said. “But now the curse is over. I’m happy with this victory. I managed to win, and on top of that it was in France.”

The 13th-ranked Monfils added that he wouldn’t be satisfied “until I win the French Open, which is my ultimate goal.”

The last Frenchman to win the French Open was Yannick Noah, in 1983.

Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de Moselle Champion

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(PHOTOS) Venus And Serena Hang Out With The Dolphins And Teach Tyra Tennis

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams, Bob Griese and Dan Marino, Miami Deolphins and Indianapolis Colts GameMIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 21: Bob Griese and Dan Marino with Serena and Venus Williams before the Miami Dolphins play against the Indianapolis Colts September 21, 2009 at Landshark Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
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Black Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams, Bob Griese and Dan Marino, Miami Deolphins and Indianapolis Colts Game
Black Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams, Bob Griese and Dan Marino, Miami Deolphins and Indianapolis Colts GameBlack Tennis Pro's Venus and Serena Williams Ocean Drive ClubVenus and Serena at the Ocean Drive Club prior to Miami Dolphins game.
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Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams and Tyra Banks on Tyra ShowSerena made an appearance on the Tyra Show and gave Tyra a tennis lesson.
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Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams and Tyra Banks on Tyra Show
Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams, Michael Strahan and Tyra Banks on the Tyra Show(l-r) Tyra, Serena, Michael Strahan and guest.

Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams, Michael Strahan and Tyra Banks on the Tyra ShowBlack Tennis Pro's Serena Williams on the Tyra Show

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Mashona Washington And Shenay Perry Into Coleman Vision Finals

Americans Shenay Perry (l) and Mashona Washington (r)


Americans Mashona Washington and Shenay Perry have advanced to the championship rounds of both the singles and doubles of the USTA Pro Circuit 2009 Coleman Vision Tennis Championships.

In Saturday's singles semifinals, Perry defeated Croatia's Ani Majacika 7-6(2), 6-2 to set up a final match with the Czech Republic's Barbora Zahlavova Strycova.

Mashona Washington, teamed with fellow American Riza Zalameda, defeated the doubles pairing of Argentine Jorjelina Cravero and Frederica Piedade of Portugal 7-5, 4-6 [10-6]. The two will face Melinda Czink of Hungary and American Lindsay Lee-Waters in Sunday's final.

Congratulations ladies - Work it out!!

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Monfils Earns A Shot At Moselle Title

Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de Moselle FinalMETZ, France, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Top seed Gael Monfils downed Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-3 in an all-French semi-final at the Metz ATP tournament on Saturday to set up a final with Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber.

Gasquet, fighting to recapture his best form after a 2-1/2-month suspension following a positive test for cocaine, stayed in contention until he dropped serve with a double fault in the ninth game.

Monfils then took control, relying on booming serves and getting another break early in the second set.

In Sunday's final, the Frenchman will meet Kohlschreiber, seeded second, who beat France's Paul-Henri Mathieu 7-6 6-4. Their semi-final was tighter with the German showing more composure when it mattered.

Monfils, who leads 1-0 against Kohlschreiber, has been chasing a title since his maiden win in 2005 in Sopot, Poland. He has lost six finals since.


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Monfils And Gasquet To Meet In Moselle Semifinal

Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de Moselle QuarterfinalGael Monfils, France


METZ, France (AP)—Top-seeded Gael Monfils reached the Open de Moselle semifinals when Janko Tipsarevic of Serbia injured his right ankle and retired on Friday.

Next up will be fellow Frenchman Richard Gasquet, who rallied to beat fourth-seeded Philipp Petzschner of Germany 6-7 (2), 6-1, 6-3.

Petzschner served 16 aces but Gasquet managed to break him five times.

Monfils and Gasquet, both 23 and based in Switzerland, will meet in Metz for a third time. Both beat the other at the quarterfinal stage en route to reaching the final, Gasquet in 2004 and Monfils in 2005. Gasquet leads 2-1 overall.

Paul-Henri Mathieu was the third Frenchman to advance, reaching the semifinals for a second consecutive year with a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 win over seventh-seeded Andreas Beck of Germany.

The third-seeded Mathieu hit 18 aces and converted three break points.

Mathieu is looking to reach his second final of the year after losing to Nikolay Davydenko in Hamburg. He will next play second-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany, who beat Evgeny Korolev of Russia 6-1, 6-3.

Kohlschreiber broke Korolev four times and lost only seven points on his serve to oust the Russian in less than an hour.

Mathieu won his only previous meeting with Kohlschreiber, on clay in Gstaad six years ago.

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(PHOTOS) Venus Williams Joins Other WTA Ladies For Tokyo Press Conference

Friday, September 25, 2009

TOKYO, Japan - Nine of the world's Top 10 players will be in Tokyo this week for the Toray Pan Pacific Open, a $2,000,000 Premier-level tournament held on the outdoor hardcourts of the Ariake Colosseum.

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceVenus Williams, USA attends a press conference for the Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis 2009 at Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba on September 25, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan.
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Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams and Dinara Safina Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceDinara Safina, Russia and Venus Williams, USA


Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceVenus Williams, USA

Black Tennis Pro's Ai Sugiyama Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceAi Sugiyama, Japan

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams, Dinara Safina, Ai Sugiyama and Ayumi Morita Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceTournament officials join Dinara Safina, Ai Sugiyama, Ayumi Morita, and Venus Williams

Black Tennis Pro's Dinara Safina Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceDinara Safina, Russia

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams and Dinara Safina Pan Pacific Open Press ConferenceDinara Safina, Russia and Venus Williams, USA

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams, Ai Sugiyama, Dinara Safina and Ayumi Morita Pan Pacific Open Press Conference(l-r) Dinara Safina, Russia, Ai Sugiyama, Japan, Ayumi Morita, Japan and Venus Williams, USA

Black Tennis Pro's Venus Williams, Ai Sugiyama, Dinara Safina and Ayumi Morita Pan Pacific Open Press Conference(l-r) Ai Sugiyma, Japan, Dinara Safina, Russia, Venus Williams, USA and Ayumi Morita, Japan


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Serena Williams Withdraws From Pan Pacific Open

TOKYO (Reuters) -- World No. 2 Serena Williams has pulled out of next week's Pan Pacific Open with knee and toe injuries, organizers said on Thursday.

The Australian Open and Wimbledon champion has not played a singles match since her rant at a lineswoman in her semifinal loss to Belgian Kim Clijsters at the U.S. Open earlier this month.

The rest of the women's world top 10, including Serena's older sister Venus, is among the field at the $2 million event.

World No. 1 Dinara Safina, who was not on the initial entry list, has opted to compete in Tokyo in a bid to retain the Pan Pacific crown she won last year.


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Is It Me, Or Is Tampax Campaign Starring Serena And 'Mother Nature' Kinda Tacky?




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WTA, ATP and USTA Pro Circuit Tennis Action This Week

SINGLES

Round 1

Angela Haynes, USA defeated by Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, RUS
6-7(5), 2-6


DOUBLES

Round 1

Angela Haynes, USA and Natalie Grandin, RSA
defeated
Wen-Hsin Hsu, TPE and Junri Namigata, JPN
6-3, 6-4

Quarterfinal Round

Angela Haynes, USA and Natalie Grandin, RSA
defeated by
Alisa Kleybanova, RUS and Ekaterina Makarova
3-6, 3-6


DOUBLES

Round 1

Ahsha Rolle, USA and Monica Niculescu, ROM
defeated
Maria Kondratieva, RUS and Sophie Lefevre, FRA
6-1, 7-5

Quarterfinal Round

Ahsha Rolle, USA and Monica Niculescu, ROU
defeated
Maria Elena Cumerin, ITA Ksenia Palkina, KGZ
w.o.

Semifinal Round

Ahsha Rolle, USA and Monica Niculescu, ROU
defeated by
Olga Govortsova, BLR and Tatiana Poutchek, BLR
1-6, 2-6

SINGLES

Round 1

Gael Monfils, FRA vs. BYE

Round 2

Gael Monfils, FRA defeated Sebastian Grosjean, FRA
6-1, 6-1

Quarterfinal Round

Gael Monfils, FRA defeated Janko Tipsarevic, SRB
6-1, 4-2, Ret'd

Semifinal Round

Gael Monfils, FRA defeated Richard Gasquet, FRA
6-4, 6-3

Final Round

Gael Monfils, FRA vs. Philipp Kohlschreiber


SINGLES

Round 1

Brittany Augustine, USA defeated by Ani Mijacika, CRO
6-4, 6-7(5), Ret'd

Shenay Perry, USA defeated Ming Yuan, CHN
6-0, 6-3

Mashona Washington, defeated by Lindsay Lee-Waters, USA
4-6, 6-2, 4-6

Round 2

Shenay Perry,USA defeated Olga Putchkova, RUS
7-6(4), 4-6, 7-6(6)

Quarterfinal Round

Shenay Perry, USA defeated Frederica Piedade, POR
6-4, 5-7, 6-0

Semifinal Round

Shenay Perry, USA vs. Ani Mijacika, CRO


Eliminated during singles qualifying rounds:

Asia Muhammed, USA
Tiya Rolle, USA


DOUBLES

Round 1

Mashona Washington, USA and Riza Zalameda, USA
defeated
Varvara Lepchenko, USA and Coco Vandeweghe, USA
5-7, 6-4 [10-8]

Quarterfinal Round

Mashona Washington, USA and Riza Zalameda, USA
defeated
Brittany Augustine, USA and Ashley Weinhold, USA
6-7(4), 6-4 [10-7]

Semifinal Round

Mashona Washington, USA and Riza Zalameda, USA
defeated
Jorjelina Cravero, ARG and Frederica Piedade, POR
7-5, 4-6 [10-6]

Final Round

Mashona Washington, USA and Riza Zalameda, USA
vs.
Awaiting Opponent


SINGLES

Round 1

Nicholas Monroe, USA defeated Tyler Hochwalt,USA
6-0, 6-0

Marcus Fugate, USA defeated Tim Goransson, SWE
6-3, 6-4

Round 2

Nicholas Monroe defeated Erling Tveit, NOR
6-3, 6-3

Marcus Fugate defeated by Michael McClune, USA
2-6, 5-7

Quarterfinal Round

Nicholas Monroe, USA defeated by Blake Strode, USA

1-6, 3-6

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Monfils Into Quarterfinals At The Open de Moselle

Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de MoselleGael Monfils, France


Black Tennis Pro's Gael Monfils Open de Moselle 2009METZ, France — Top-seeded Gael Monfils reached the Open de Moselle quarter-finals by thrashing fellow Frenchman Sebastien Grosjean 6-1, 6-1 on Thursday.

Following a first-round bye, Monfils fired 10 aces and broke Grosjean six times in their first matchup in three years. Former world No. 4 Grosjean, a wild-card entry ranked 1,147th, underwent shoulder surgery last December and won his first match this week since 2008 Wimbledon. He had four break points in the very first game but was unable to convert them.

Monfils will next face Janko Tipsarevic of Serbia, who upset eighth-seeded Ivan Ljubicic of Croatia 6-4, 7-6 (3).

Ljubicic, who beat Monfils in the 2005 final, fought for nearly two hours before losing to Tipsarevic for the first time.

Fourth-seeded Philipp Petzschner of Germany beat wild card Michael Llodra of France 7-6 (3), 6-3 in their second-round match.

Llodra missed a set point at 5-4 in the first set, then Petzschner raced 5-2 ahead in the second before closing the match on his second match point.

Petzschner reached the Metz quarter-finals for the second time, having advanced to the last eight on his tournament debut in 2003. He will take on Richard Gasquet, who fought more than two hours to edge Belgian Christophe Rochus 7-5, 4-6, 6-2.

The Frenchman is trying to rediscover his form after he endured a ban of two and a half months for testing positive for cocaine at a tournament in Miami in March. Gasquet said he inadvertently ingested the drug by kissing a woman in a nightclub.

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Seen On The Scene: All Serena All The Time

Serena arrives at orange carpet for Dolphins game at Landshark Stadium on September 21, 2009 in Miami, Florida.

Serena, Mary J. Blige, and Alicia Keys attend a cocktail party benefitting FFAWN at Gucci Fifth Avenue on September 16, 2009 in New York City.

Serena and Lebron James

Serena appearing to have had enough of whatever 'The Donald' Trump is talking about, lol.


Serena promotes "On The Line" at Barnes & Noble 5th Avenue on September 16, 2009 in New York City.

Along with Kelly Rowland and Star Jones, Serena attends Niche Media's Gotham and Hamptons Magazines celebration of her new book "On The Line" at the M2 Ultra Lounge on September 15, 2009 in New York City.

Serena, Nicole Ari Parker and Nicole's daughter Sophie Kodjoe attend Cocktails with a Cause benefitting Sophie's Voice Foundation at the Hearst Tower on September 14, 2009 in New York City.

James Blake also attended Cocktails with a Cause benefitting Sophie's Voice Foundation.

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It's Fall Yall, Loves It!



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Zina Garrison Settles Discrimination Suit Against USTA

Friday, September 18, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Zina Garrison Settles USTA LawsuitNEW YORK -- Former Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison has settled her racial discrimination lawsuit with the U.S. Tennis Association.

Papers filed in federal court on Wednesday show that a deal was signed on Aug. 27, though its terms were not disclosed.

U.S. Tennis Association spokesman Chris Widmaier said the association is happy the case was resolved and was looking forward to working with Garrison in the future.

Garrison filed her lawsuit in February, saying she was treated unfairly because she was paid a lower salary than Davis Cup coach Patrick McEnroe and was held to higher standards.

Attorneys on both sides did not immediately return messages for comment.

The USTA announced in December 2007 that 2008 would be Garrison's final season at the helm.

Garrison, the first black captain of the U.S. Fed Cup team, replaced Billie Jean King in 2004. As a player, Garrison was the 1990 Wimbledon runner-up, becoming the first black woman since Althea Gibson in 1958 to reach a Grand Slam singles final.


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Serena Williams Amends Original Post Semifinal Statement

Monday, September 14, 2009

Black Tennis Pro's Serena Williams Second Formal StatementHey guys!!!

I want to amend my press statement of yesterday, and want to make it clear as possible - I want to sincerely apologize FIRST to the lines woman, Kim Clijsters, the USTA, and tennis fans everywhere for my inappropriate outburst. I'm a woman of great pride, faith and integrity, and I admit when I'm wrong.

I need to make it clear to all young people that I handled myself inappropriately and it's not the way to act -- win or lose, good call or bad call in any sport, in any manner.

I like to lead by example. We all learn from experiences both good and bad. I will learn and grow from this, and be a better person as a result.

Xxxx,

S


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Jasmyne A. Cannick: Don't Be Afraid Of The Black Girl - Serena Williams


What happened Saturday during the women’s semifinal at the United States Open between Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters is just another example of how Black women are still seen as threatening and hostile.

Serena Williams may be one of the world’s greatest tennis players, but don’t get it twisted, she’s still a sista who is known to be a very serious and tense player. So if she feels that she is being intentionally targeted with bad calls, she’s not going to just take it lying down. This includes challenging foot faults on match point.

Was Serena intense, yes. It was an intense moment in the match. After all, this is the U.S. Open’s women’s semifinal. Under an extreme amount of pressure, maybe it got to her. It can happen to the best of us. After all, a person can only take so much and it’s not as if the field of tennis rolled out the red carpet for her and sister Venus. From day one, the Williams’ sisters have had to fight for everything they’ve accomplished in tennis, including the continuing racism that keeps the Williams’ sisters from Palm Springs’ Indian Wells Tournament and allows for commentators to credit the sister’s “strength” and “athleticism” for their victories while their white counterparts win because they “play smart” and “have a good strategy” It’s also the reason that my hometown paper the Los Angeles Times can feel confident in reporting this latest news while using a photo of Serena Williams from the back seemingly towering over the lineswoman and gives license to every other news media outlet to have a field day.

It wasn’t that long ago that Serena Williams wrote on her blog about an incident at the German Open where she lost to Dinara Safina. She wrote that she could hear the entire players lounge “all happy and joyous” because she finally lost.

"It was funny when I lost I was in the locker room and I could hear the entire players lounge really loud like really happy and joyous. Like down goes the champ! Someone beat her!!! It was like a big hoopla…."
What ensued Saturday was nothing more than a few angry curse words that turned into Serena having to defend herself against unmade threats towards the lineswoman who was obviously suffering from a typical case of a white-woman-afraid-of-the-Black-girl syndrome. How else do you explain the lineswoman accusations of Serena threatening to kill her?

Williams could be heard saying to the lineswoman: “I didn’t say I would kill you. Are you serious?”

Yeah, are you serious?

Most Black women can relate to what happened to Serena. We get mad like everyone else. The only difference is that for some reason when white women get angry, they’re not seen as threatening as we are. Maybe it’s the expression on our face. Maybe it’s the seriousness with which we address issues when we are upset. Maybe it’s the tone of our voice. You know that “don’t fuck with me today” tone that can stop a person dead in their tracks and scares the shit out of most white people.

Like comedian Dick Gregory said about Black people’s hair, when we’re 'relaxed', white people are 'relaxed'. You could say the same applies in tennis.

Look—I’ve said nothing more than “good morning” to a white person and had that taken the wrong way. Maybe I didn’t smile big enough when I said it, I don’t know. What I do know is that I can recount the many times I have had to explain something I did or said that someone white took out of context or found “troubling.” So I am not surprised that Serena’s outburst on the court towards the lineswoman turned into a death threat.

Serena Williams is a very smart woman. She knew that when she opened her mouth to contest the call and the first curse word rolled off her tongue that there was going to be a price to pay for it and she did, she lost the match to Kim Clijsters. Kim Clijsters. It was obviously important enough to her at the time to have her say and that she did to the tune of $10,500.

What’s more of a concern to me as a Black woman is that white people recognize that we all aren’t foot stomping “aww heck!” kind of girls when we get upset, some of us are “what the fuck?” kind of girls, but that doesn’t mean that our words should be taken out of context, our actions scrutinized and then generalized to represent how all Black women act. Because come Monday morning, from Rush Limbaugh to Los Angeles’ shock jock Bill Handel, that’s exactly what is going to happen and once again Black women are going find themselves the brunt of crude and tasteless jokes meant to further demean and dehumanize not only Black women but Serena Williams.

Just ask former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney about her altercation with the the Capitol Hill police. Better yet, ask First Lady Michelle Obama who endured months of ridicule and scrutiny at the hands of the mainstream media that eventually resulted in an immediate campaign to “change” her image to a much kindlier and gentle Michelle right before the election that catapulted her husband into the presidency. And while many will say that the campaign was a success—Michelle’s image enhancement campaign, I must say that I never did quite understand what was wrong with the old Michelle.

There’s nothing wrong with Serena Williams. Perhaps when more Black women tennis players ascend to the level of the Williams’ sisters and the Women’s Tennis Association has the opportunity to interact with more Black women outside of Serena and Venus, they won’t be so afraid of the Black girls. Perhaps.


The author of Ebony Magazine’s July 2008 cover story on Serena Williams, unexpected and unapologetic, at Jasmyne Cannick, 31, is a critic and commentator based in Los Angeles who writes about the worlds of pop culture, race, class, sexuality, and politics as it relates to the African-American community. She can be reached at www.jasmynecannick.com

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