Mauresmo wins Advanta championship
Villanova, PA (Sports Network) - Amelie Mauresmo beat Anastasia Myskina Sunday to win the $585,000 Advanta championship.
Myskina pulls out in Miami
Miami, FL (Sports Network) - Third-seeded Russian Anastasia Myskina became the latest woman to withdraw from the NASDAQ-100 Open.
Mauresmo, Dementieva, Myskina reach semis in Moscow
Moscow, Russia (Sports Network) - French star Amelie Mauresmo led the parade of quarterfinal winners Friday at the $1.3 million Kremlin Cup indoor tennis event. Red-hot Moscow natives Elena Dementieva and Anastasia Myskina also charged into the round of four at Olympic Stadium.
Mauresmo, Myskina win Filderstadt openers
Filderstadt, Germany (Sports Network) - Last week's Moscow finalists, Frenchwoman Amelie Mauresmo and red-hot Russian Anastasia Myskina , posted opening-round victories Wednesday at the $650,000 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
Capriati's win sends her into semifinals
Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) - American Jennifer Capriati worked hard to defeat Anastasia Myskina on Saturday and secure a spot in the semifinals of the WTA Championships at Staples Center.
Myskina becomes first Russian to capture Kremlin Cup
Moscow, Russia (Sports Network) - Russia's Anastasia Myskina won the $1.3 million Kremlin Cup indoor tennis event Sunday with a straight set victory over Amelie Mauresmo.
French Open seeds to follow rankings
Potro too The women's list features fewer out-of-nowhere names, yet does include those such as Iva Majoli, Anastasia Myskina and Francesca Schiavone, who all won the French Open while never making it past the quarterfinals at any other major
Kuznetsova teams up with Argentine coach
Paris reminds Kuznetsova of the great champion she once was. She even took advice from 2004 French Open champion Anastasia Myskina a year ago in the hope of repeating her successful feats. ''I love this tournament,'' Kuznetsova said
French Open Women's Champions
Kuznetsova 2008 - Ana Ivanovic 2007 - Justine Henin 2006 - Justine Henin-Hardenne 2005 - Justine Henin-Hardenne 2004 - Anastasia Myskina 2003 - Justine Henin-Hardenne 2002 - Serena Williams 2001 - Jennifer Capriati 2000 - Mary Pierce 1999 - Steffi
Argentines David Nalbandian and Guillermo Coria to earn his one and only Slam. 2004 French Open In an all-Russian final Anastasia Myskina defeated Elena Demintieva 6-1, 6-2 to hoist her one and only Slam trophy. Myskina ranked as high as No. 2