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She then was offered a deal from IMG which forced her to change academies. Due to restrictions on how many professional events she could play, Sharapova went to hone her game in junior tournaments, where she reached the finals of the girls' singles events at the Australian Open and Wimbledon in She was the youngest girl ever to reach the final of the Australian Open junior championship at 14 years and 9 months.
In all, she won three junior singles tournaments and was runner-up at five, including two junior Grand Slam events.
Her win-loss record in junior competition was 47—9. First tournament titles[ edit ] FromSharapova played a full season and made a rapid climb into the top 50 by the end of the year. By the end of September, Sharapova had already captured her first WTA title at a smaller event, the Japan Open Tennis Championshipsbefore winning her second in her final tournament of the season, the Bell Challenge. Wimbledon glory and rise to fame[ edit ] Main article: At the latter event, she defeated a player ranked in the top 10 for the first time with a straight-sets win over world No.
Seeded 13th and aged 17 at Wimbledon, she reached her first Grand Slam semifinal by defeating Ai Sugiyama. There, she defeated fifth seed and former champion Lindsay Davenport.
In the final, Sharapova upset top seed and defending champion Serena Williams to win her first Grand Slam singles title, and become the third-youngest woman to win the Wimbledon title, behind only Lottie Dod and Martina Hingis. Sharapova also became the second Russian woman after Anastasia Myskina had won the year's previous major at Roland Garros to win a Grand Slam singles title. The victory was hailed by the media as "the most stunning upset in memory",  with other writers commenting on her arrival as a serious challenger to the Williams' dominance at Wimbledon.
There, she won two of her three round-robin matches including a win over US Open champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in order to advance to the semifinals, where she defeated Myskina. In the final, she defeated Serena Williams, after trailing 4—0 in the final set. Sharapova held match points in the third set of her semifinal match, before losing to eventual champion Serena Williams.
In February, Sharapova won back-to-back tournaments, the Toray Pan Pacific Open and the Qatar Total Openallowing her to reach number 3 in the world rankings for the first time.
In the semifinals of the Tier I Pacific Life OpenSharapova was defeated by Lindsay Davenportthe first time she had failed to win a game in a match. Sharapova would have become world No.
However, she was then beaten by eventual champion Venus Williams. However, she once again leapfrogged Davenport to take the world No. She retained it for six weeks, but after playing few tournaments while injured, she again relinquished the ranking to Davenport. US Open champion[ edit ] Sharapova celebrating after winning the US Open Sharapova started by losing in the semifinals of the Australian Open in three sets to Henin,  also losing a rematch several weeks later at the Dubai Tennis Championshipshaving defeated former world No.
Sharapova claimed her first title in nine months at the Tier I tournament in Indian Wells, defeating Hingis in the semifinals and Elena Dementieva in the final. There, after saving match points in defeating Mashona Washington in the first round, she was eliminated by Dinara Safina in the fourth round. By winning all three of her round-robin matches at the WTA Tour Championshipsshe extended her win streak to 19 matches, before it was snapped in the semifinals by eventual champion Henin.
As it was, she finished ranked world No. And Richard Rola, 87, had barely left his house since his wife of almost 60 years succumbed to cancer four years ago. Neither was looking to meet anyone new, and they certainly had no interest in romance. Williams thought Rola was a nice man and seemed lonely, so he invited him to a polka dance his family attends once a month.
Rear view of man and woman holding hands of each other while walking outdoors. She had no plans to talk to the stranger her son had invited.
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But when Rola showed up at the house, he walked right up to Dorothy Williams and asked: Elmar Stewart They all had fun together at the polka that day, and Rola went along with them a few more times.
But John Williams said he had no idea the two were getting sweet on each other. Rola said his feelings came out of the blue. Dorothy Williams said she never dated after her husband died, even though she had opportunities. You can exchange your vows beside the turquoise lakes, take your wedding photos atop a glacier and host your reception under the starry night skies.
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This defeat ended his match winning streak on clay, which is the male Open Era record for consecutive wins on a single surface. He then rebounded to win the French Open for the third straight year, defeating Federer once again in the final.
Between the tournaments in Barcelona and Rome, Nadal defeated Federer in the " Battle of Surfaces " exhibition match in Mallorca, Spain, with the tennis court being half grass and half clay. As inNadal was upset in the quarterfinals. Nadal then won consecutive five-set matches during the third and fourth rounds of Wimbledon before being beaten by Federer in the five-set final. This was Federer's first five-set match at Wimbledon since He played three important tournaments during the North American summer hard court season.
He was the second-seeded player at the US Openbut was defeated in the fourth round by David Ferrer. David Nalbandian upset him in the quarterfinals and final of those tournaments.
To end the year, Nadal won two of his three-round robin matches to advance to the semifinals of the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai, where Federer defeated him in straight sets.
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During the second half of the year, Nadal battled a knee injury suffered during the Wimbledon final. In addition, there were rumors at the end of the year that the foot injury he suffered duringcaused long-term damage, which were given credence by coach Toni Nadal 's claim that the problem was "serious". Nadal and his spokesman strongly denied this, however, with Nadal himself calling the story "totally false".
Two majors, Olympic gold and No. Nadal then reached the semifinals of the Australian Open for the first time. Nadal also reached the final of the Miami Masters for the second time. During the spring clay-court season, Nadal won four singles titles and defeated Roger Federer in three finals. He beat Federer at the Masters Series Monte Carlo for the third straight year, capturing his Open Era record fourth consecutive title there.
A few weeks later, Nadal won his first title at the Masters Series Hamburgdefeating Federer in a three-set final. He then won the French Openbecoming the fifth man in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam singles title without losing a set. Nadal became the fourth male player during Open era to win the same Grand Slam singles tournament four consecutive years the others being Borg, Pete Samprasand Federer.
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Nadal then played Federer in the final of Wimbledon for the third consecutive year, in the most anticipated match of their rivalry. Federer had won his record fifth grass-court title at the Gerry Weber Open in Halleand then reached the Wimbledon final without losing a set. Unlike their previous two Wimbledon finals, though, Federer was not the prohibitive favorite, and many analysts picked Nadal to win.
The match was widely lauded as the greatest Wimbledon final ever, with some tennis critics even calling it the greatest match in tennis history. He also ended Federer's record streak of five consecutive Wimbledon titles and 65 straight wins on grass courts. This was also the first time that Nadal won two Grand Slam tournaments back-to-back. After Wimbledon, Nadal extended his winning streak to a career-best 32 matches.
As a result, Nadal clinched the US Open Series and, combined with Federer's early-round losses in both of those tournaments, finally earned the world No. He did not lose a set during his first three matches, defeating qualifiers in the first and second rounds and Viktor Troicki in the third round.
In the semifinals, he lost to Andy Murray. However, his performance at the event guaranteed that he would become the first Spaniard during the open era to finish the year ranked No. On 10 November, Nadal withdrew from Spain's Davis Cup final against Argentina, as his knee injury had not healed completely. Australian Open title Main article: At the Australian OpenNadal won his first five matches without dropping a set, before defeating compatriot Fernando Verdasco in the semifinals in the second longest match in Australian Open history at 5 hours and 14 minutes.
Nadal defeated Federer in five sets to earn his first hard-court Grand Slam singles title,  making him the first Spaniard to win the Australian Open.