Victoria Azarenka promises to learn from Australian Open victory
If Victoria Azarenka was a football team she would be Millwall. The Australian Open women's champion left Melbourne to the echo of whistles and grumbles, her coach, Sam Sumyk, calling journalists who had the temerity to question her sportsmanship
By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY. Published: January 26, 2013. MELBOURNE, Australia — After the tears and the explanations, Victoria Azarenka was expecting to be the finalist with the biggest obstacles to surmount Saturday.
MELBOURNE: A glint of Belarusian steel and the support of her crazy entourage have given Victoria Azarenka hope she can win any Grand Slam title — and take on her nemesis, the great Serena Williams. Celebrations were long and noisy for the world
The woman who wins the Australian Open receives the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup. It is etched with the player's name and the initials of her home country. Or, in the case of 2013 champion Victoria Azarenka, who won a three-set thriller against Li Na on
The world's No. 1 player won her second straight title in Melbourne, dispatching of Li Na 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.