Head to head: Caroline Wozniacki vs. Roberta Vinci

July 24, 2014

Caroline Wozniacki, Roberta Vinci

The marvelous number one seed Caroline Wozniacki got her victory in just a period of time. To be exact it was sixty seven minutes only. She can’t believe it but it is her fate today! Wozniacki thrashes Roberta Vinci with 6-1, 6-1 scores to win Istanbul WTA final and settle her first title of the year. She indeed showed her strong side, show no fear and defeated Vinci.  Wozniacki cited ”I served well and pushed her around the court,” at the hard-court Koza World of Sport Complex. In addition, Caroline Wozniacki mentioned  “I am happy to have won my 22nd WTA title — It is a great feeling!”

In Vinci interview she stated that tried to play aggressively like always, but made a lot of mistakes,”  “It is hard to play like that next to Caroline for the reason that she puts everything back in the court and it was tough for me to stay in the rallies today, but I’m happy with my week as well as Caroline just played much better than me.”

Wozniacki, ranked 15th in the world, now has an impressive haul of 22 WTA titles and will continue to perform marvelously and will make her fans prouder.


Get Tennis Invites by SMS and Reply Directly to Confirm Your Match.

July 20, 2014

Get SMS alerts with every invite and response.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve rolled out a cool new feature – SMS alerts. You can now get a text message every time someone sends you an invite or responds to you.

You can reply directly to that SMS, without having to log into the site. We’ll deliver it back to the player that sent it to you and also post it online on their account.

No more waiting to get behind a computer, or hope that the other person will check their email today. SMS gets noticed more quickly than email. And for many players, it’s the preferred way to schedule matches.

Here’s what a real life exchange looks like. This is a match that was arranged by the automated Flex League Program:


Reply directly by SMS from your phone:

When you reply to a text message by SMS it triggers and email with the same content, and it’s also posted on the website in your Messages. That way you still get to keep all your tennis conversations in one place. You can still reply via the website as you have before.


Not sure if we have your mobile phone?

If you’re not sure you provided your mobile number when you registered, or don’t know if you provided any phone at all, then please go to your profile and click on the green Edit My Profile button > Edit Your Details link > Phone > Update button. Update your phone >>

Your phone number will not be shared.

We don’t display your phone number when we deliver messages from you. It’s not displayed on your profile either. Instead, we use Tennis Round phones to deliver all SMS. You may not recognize them at first, so we’ll be using a “Tennis Round msg” prefix in each message to remind you where it’s coming from.

Mobile and data rates may apply.

While we don’t charge for this service, please remember that text messages may be subject to fees by your own wireless carrier. If they’re part of your mobile plan, then great. But if you’re paying for each SMS separately you may want to call your mobile carrier (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, etc.) and update your plan, especially if you find yourself using this service a lot.

Reply with Stop to opt out of SMS.

If at any point you’d like to cancel these text messages and just receive them by email and on the website as before, you can simply reply with the word Stop to any text message from Tennis Round. It will immediately discontinue the SMS service.

Manage your mobile settings online. Opt in or out of SMS.

You can also opt out of SMS via the website. Login and go to Notifications Settings located in the dropdown under your avatar (top right). You can:

1) opt out from getting SMS from direct invites from players.

2) opt out from Flex League match requests.

Just uncheck the checkbox that you don’t need (or both) to unsubscribe from getting SMS and click Save. If you change your mind and want to resubscribe for receiving SMS, login and select those checkboxes:  Update mobile settings >>

Any Questions?

If you have any questions about the SMS service, or notice any issues at all please contact us by phone at 415-754-8068 or by email at support@tennisround.com

We have tested several of the main wireless carries in the country T-Mobile, AT&T Wireless, Verizon and Virgin Mobile. If you have a different carrier or would like to report a problem with SMS deliverability or share your experience with the service, please reach out to us.


Andy Murray and Kevin Anderson Match

June 29, 2014


The marvelous Andy Murray winning styles strikes back again in Wimbledon. The champion advanced to quarterfinals by winning against Kevin Anderson with 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (6) score. Murray needs one more round to meet and play against Novak Djokovic. He said all the matches are tough and everyone in the quarterfinals are playing top tennis. Andy needs to focus and gives his 200% for his challengers to get tense and have a hard time to take home the victory.

“Some days you get lucky with that,” Murray said. “Some days you don’t. You pretty much guess a lot of the time. Sometimes you go the wrong way and sometimes you go the right way, and thankfully today I picked a few good ones.”

This is the seventh time that Murray overcame the gentle giant’s serve and tactics to get to the Wimbledon quarter-finals.  Anderson wins the game as Murray hits a backhand longer while the Scot dare the call but it was only a waste of time.Indeed Murray is a very tough player and the opponent failed to win over him even if he did his best too.

The rain is teeming down outside and  Andy Murray’s fans were under umbrella while watching their hero win. They did not leave him  even if it rained and supported Murray all the way.

Samantha Murray vs Maria Sharapova, Wimbledon 2014

June 25, 2014

Maria Sharapova

French Open champion Maria Sharapova clears her status and tell the world why  she is in 242 world rank with 6-1, 6-0 on her fist encounter with wildcard Samantha Murray. This is a bonus and indeed a great triumph on Maria Sharapova’s striking resume. The World Wide Web says it is a DAVID VS. GOLIATH matches. Maria Sharapova is too physically powerful that in just fifty eight minutes she had the victory in her hands.

The underdog mentioned in her interview; “I’m really pleased to be given a wildcard again as it’s such an amazing tournament to be involved in,” said Murray, 26. “I had my first practice session on Tuesday and it just feels so good to be there and walk around the place again. “I’m still getting used to everything that goes on at Wimbledon.


“When I first heard the draw I was a bit shocked,” Samantha admitted. “I just see it as great opportunity to play someone of her calibre. I’ll be on a big court as well so it’s just a dream. Samantha Murray also mentioned that it is a privileged for her to play with Sharapova and it’s not the biggest match of her life.

But of course Maria Sharapova did not fail her followers so she played merciless and take home the ace!

Serena Williams and Venus Loses

May 30, 2014


Seems like it is not their lucky day on this particular afternoon and fate is going away while Williams was beaten with 6-2, 6-2 score competing with Garbine Muguruza of Spain. They expected too much but even if they tried their very hard in the battle “nothing really worked” said Williams. Who would have thought that they will exit very early? Usually they find a way to turn everything on their side however this time they are just human being. For sure their fans are dismayed and all shocked because this is not so Williams! This is the first time that the top two seeded females have defeated prior to third round of a Grand Slam.

Serena owns 17 titles whereas Muguruza is only playing in her 13th slam match. On top of that Serena got 54-2 for three seasons while Garbine Muguruza got 1-1 only at the French Open. Actually the twenty year old Muguruza idolizes Serena and she stated that she once dreamt of playing against Serena Williams and finally that came true and she was very proud of herself and thought that she did great on their match.

Serena said Garbine Muguruza played smart and I can’t figure out how to get going and serve. At the end of the day, lives goes on and just think that every day is not Christmas so better luck next time Williams.


Novak Djokovic beats Rafael Nadal to win Italian Open in Rome

May 22, 2014


World No. 2 and the man of tennis, Novak Djokovic won over Rafael Nadal with 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, as they met for the 41st time in the final of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia in two hours and 19 minutes. Rafael Nadal recovered his score through closing, did the best and tried to take home the victory but luck was not for him as Djokovic rules the match. It is the first time for Rafael Nadal since 2004 has lost more than two matches on clay.

Djokovic proved that he is stronger and unbeatable. Djokovic said in an interview “It’s a special moment to win this tournament. “I want to thank my team who are always close to me and give me tons of support throughout my career. None of this would be possible without them. “I’ve really appreciated the chance to play here over the years and this final was an incredible challenge. I hope to return next year, see you again.” This is indeed a start of luck and positive views after the depressing news where thirty five were dead in the severe flooding in their country.

Sharapova victorious in Stuttgart

April 28, 2014

Maria Sharapova

Twenty seven year old Russian and sixth seed Maria Sharapova improve her record in Stuttgart to 13-0 as she defeated former number one, Ana Ivanovic with a 3-6, 6-4, and 6-1. This is her third consecutive Porsche Grand Prix tennis title. During first half of the game Sharapova thought it’s not her day but as the game goes on, she made a way to turn luck on her. If truth be told, Maria said she had a hard time reading Ana’s mind and her game tactics but in the end, she was able to lost Ivanovic’s focus and accomplished the game.

She said after her shoulder injury she finally found herself and she is back on track with her comeback which made her fans blissful. With different experiences throughout her career, she is proud that she is getting better, exerted efforts and making every tournament special by using different techniques.

Luckily, this is Sharapova’s first victory of the year, thirtieth title of her career and will remain undefeated in Stuttgart. Maria Sharapova is unquestionably happy with her win and she is so glad that she’s able to do that in Germany. It may be a tough year for her but fortunately blessing is coming to her and endlessly pouring. Congratulations Maria!


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