Celebrity Tennis Players and their Acne Problem

There are several celebrity tennis beauties who have flawless skin but there are few who have faced skincare problem like acne, dark spots, blackheads, pimples at-least once during their career.

Pimple on Serena Williams face
Pimple on Serena Williams face

Like last year we heard Serena Williams tweeting about a pimple on her cheek.

Then there is this Serbian Celeb Tennis star “Ana Ivanovic” who too was spotted in Dubai with acne problem.

Ana Ivanovic with Acne
Ana Ivanovic with Acne

 

Here is a picture of Mona Barthel, popular German tennis player suffering from acne.

Mona Barthel - Acne
Mona Barthel – Acne

Here is pic of Denmark tennis Player Caroline Wozniacki who too was spotted with a pimple.

Caroline Wozniack with a Pimple
Caroline Wozniack with a Pimple

She even promoted the proactive product claiming that she got rid of her acne problem using the proactive product.

Maria Sharapova from Russia with WTA Tour Rank of 3 also suffered from Acne. Pic below.

Maria Sharapova suffering from Acne
Maria Sharapova suffering from Acne

Similarly you might have already seen pimples on face of our lovely celeb Saniya Mirza in past but seems like now she have got rid of them.

Many might be wondering how do they get rid of these pimples?

Do they use home remedies or use some products?

It becomes very embarrassing for stars sometimes when press and media click their pictures with such skin problems appearing on face.

Finally, if you too have pictures of more tennis players showing Acne then do send it to us or post their URL’S in comment section.

 

Which tennis stars have turned to poker?

From actors and musicians to athletes and TV stars, poker has attracted celebrities from all over the world. But did you know that several tennis stars have ditched their raquet for poker cards and have made a real name for themselves in the world of poker?

With the increase of online poker sites it’s no surprise that the game is becoming increasingly popular. Often, celebrity poker players will play charity events, which helps raise funds as well as practise their playing skills. A handful of professional tennis players have tried their luck at poker and below are just a few of them.

Borris Becker

Boris Becker

Boris Becker – six-time Grand Slam title winner from Germany – is probably one of the biggest tennis players to take up poker. After becoming an ambassador for an online poker site, he has proven his prowess in the game, as well as being a regular face on the European Poker Tour. Becker has even made it to the final table in an EPT event. It is thought he has earned around $70,000 in poker winnings since 2007.

Yevgeny Kafelnikov

After winning a staggering $23m during his high-flying tennis career, Kafelnikov went on to become famous in the world of poker too. In pro cahses, the Russian tennis star has earned nearly $150,000 as well as an impressive three cashes at the 2005 World Series of Poker. Sadly, Kafelnikov did not make it to the final table in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud event and ended up ranking 9th place. Kafelnikov is juggling both tennis and poker, but it is thought that great things will happen for him once he retires from competitive tennis. Continue reading “Which tennis stars have turned to poker?”

Sania crashes out of the singles but advances in doubles.

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After the struggling in the first round Sania crashed out of the Wimbledon ladies singles tournament. This year also Sania was unable to break the jinx. Probably she would take another year or two to come out of it.

Meanwhile in another exiting match Sania partnering American Bethanie Mattek beat locals Elena Batacha and Naomi Cavady 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the Wimbledon ladies doubles tournament on Thursday. Strangely Sania has always performed better in the doubles version of the game.

However our best wishes are always With Sania.

Sania in the Second Round of Wimbledon 2008

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Since the beginning of the year 2008 Sania is continuously living under the shadow of injuries. Here in the Wimbledon 2008 also, she played her first match of this year’s most prestigious tournament with shoulder problem.

Although, the setting was perfect for her, as her opponent in the first round, Catalina Castano of Colombia was ranked 146th against Sania’s 32nd. Beside that Castano has lost all of her matches in her outings in the previous editions of this tournament. These were the plus points that favored Sania before the match began.

In the opening set, Sania got the perfect break of 3 – 2 from Castano but, she was unable to cash in and the set was ultimately dragged to the tie-breaker. Ultimately Sania won the set.

From the next round Sania was again disturbed by the nagging shoulder injury, but she fought the injury with time-out and refused to surrender before it.

In the final round Sania showed her wits to overpower her shoulder injury and won the set and match with a final score card reading 7-6 (7/3), 3-6, 6-4 in Sania’s favor.

Now Sania will play with Spain’s Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez in the second round. A win in the second round would give
her the third round birth for the first time.

Best of luck Sania…. Let’s show them you are the real fighter.

Sania Not yet fully recovered….

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After a long absence from the competitive arena, Sania made her appearance in the DLF Classic Tournament in Birmingham England. But the appearance of the Indian star was quite short on the court. She was defeated within one hour in the first round itself.

It seems that Saniya has not yet recovered from her wrist injury completely. However we should wait and in the meanwhile pray to the almighty for the return of our old fighting Sania soon.

Sania Marches on.

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Sania Mirza continued her journey in the tournament by defeating Shahar Peer,the ninth-seeded Israeli in three sets on Sunday to reach the fourth round of the Pacific Life Open.

Sania beaten Peer 6-7 (7/9), 7-5, 6-3 for her fourth career win over Peer.Sania was very happy with her performance after the recent controversies. Sania, presently ranked 32nd in the world, said she was very happy as she was able to regain her focus after dropping the first set.

Sania has reached just one quarter-final this year. Sania earned a fourth-round meeting with Slovakian Daniela Hantuchova, the defending champion of the women’s tier one tournament that runs alongside the ATP Masters Series event.

Sania advances in Indian Wells.

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Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Bethanie Mattek defeated Klaudia Jans and Gabriela Navratilova of Czech Republic in straight sets to advance to the second round of the $2,100,000 Pacific Life Open ladies doubles event.The Indo-American pair who have been ranked seventh in the tournament won 6-3, 6-2 in the first round of the Tier I hard-court event at Indian Wells, California.

Meanwhile Sania has been seeded 21 in the singles event and moved to the second round after getting a bye in the first round.Sania will face Ukrainian Olga Savchuk in the second round of the singles event.

Sania Finds New Coach.

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Sania Mirza has hired the top tennis coach Sven Groeneveld, Sania is presently in Indian Wells where she’s playing the elite $2,100,000 Tier I tournament, started working with her new coach earlier this week.

Groeneveld has almost two decades of international coaching experience behind him and he has already worked with players like Mary Pierce, Michael Stich, Greg Rusedski and Nicolas Kiefer among others in the past. Groeneveld will coach Sania during Grand Slams and Tier I tournaments. He will work in tandem with her father Imran.

Sania’s Dubai campaign begins.

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Sania Mirza and her partner Francesca Schiavone have already reached the quarter-finals of the $1,500,000 Barclay’s Dubai Tennis Championships after winning their first round encounter in straight sets.

They have beaten Wild Card pair of Svetlana Kuznetsova and Amelie Mauresmo 6-4, 6-4 in the opening match at the WTA Tier-II Hard court event.

The winner duo will next play the winners of the match between top seeded pair Cara Black and Liezel Huber and Shuai Peng and Tiantian Sun.

Sania has already opened her singles campaign, where she has been given wild card entry, against Russian qualifier Vera Dushevina and beaten her to reach to the second round.Now she would be up against fourth seed Serbian sensation Jelena Jancovic.

Sania Reaches to the Finals of Australian Open But Lost The Match.

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After a long wait Sania reached to the finals of the Australian Open Mixed Doubles tournament but her journey to the mixed doubles crown was stopped on the way by Tiantian Sun of China and Nenad Zimonjic of Serbia -7-6, 6-4.

It is being said that Sania was unable to to cope up the pressure of the match due to the injuries received by her earlier in the year. However we would say that it was a good effort by Sania to prove some points before her fans.
Well Done Sania Keep Up the tempo. You have to go miles and miles.