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Olympians Serena Williams, Elena Delle Donne, Simone Biles Deny Drug Cheating After Hackers Show Usage of Banned Substances

Hacktivists have released files claiming that top US athletes, including Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Elena Delle Donne and Simone Biles, received a green light from WADA to take banned substances. The US anti-doping agency, sports federations and athletes themselves have gone public to deny any wrongdoing. [See Simone Biles' Twitter

World No. 1 Serena Williams Is Upset in French Open Final by Spain’s Garbine Muguruza

Spain’s Garbine Muguruza beat the world’s number one tennis player Serena Williams in straight sets to win her first Grand Slam title at the French Open. The fourth seeded Muguruza won 7-5 6-4 to exact revenge for her loss in last year’s Wimbledon final against Williams. Muguruza used her big groundstrokes to

Serena Williams Is Clear Favorite For 2016 Women’s French Open

The 2016 women’s French Open for singles starts on Sunday, with qualifiers already under way. This year’s tournament will feature numerous past champions. However, among them, only Serena Williams appears to have a realistic chance at claiming another title.  Past champions that are in this year’s event are Williams, Svetlana Kuznetsova,

Maria Sharapova’s Performance Enhancing Drug Hearing Has Been Set By The International Tennis Federation: Hopes to Play in Rio Olympics

A disciplinary hearing has been scheduled in Maria Sharapova's performance enhancing drug case, with a ruling possible before Wimbledon starts. David Haggerty, the International Tennis Federation president, said on Wednesday that its doping cases typically take "two to three months" to process. That could deliver a verdict in June. Haggerty

Serena Williams at Top of 100 Most Powerful

Serena Williams, LeBron James and Stephen Curry grabbed three of the top five spots on the Horrow Sports/MVPindex Power 100 list that evaluates an athlete's brand and marketability. It marked the third consecutive year that James, who plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers, topped the list while Curry, who led the Golden