|No Player Found|
Serena Williams receives player of the year award
Reads: 304, Comments: 0
|Please provide feedback on our new site design and any other features.|
|Rate our site and your likelihood of sharing it with your friends.|
|1. You are deemed to have accepted the following terms and conditions once you enter the Contest.|
|2. The Contest is open to individuals of 18 years and above and to residents of USA, Canada, UK and India only.|
|3. E-gift card worth $15 (US/ Canada), £10 (UK) and Rs 500(India) will be emailed to winners within 5 working days of winner announcement.|
|4. Employees, their relatives and immediate families of TennisEarth.com, BookingPulse.com and CuriumTechnologies.com are not eligible to enter.|
|5. The Contest can be withdrawn / terminated at any point without prior intimation or notice.|
|6. Contest winners will be selected randomly by TennisEarth.com and may be published on the site.|
|7. E-gift card will be e-mailed to winner within 5-7 business days. TennisEarth.com will not be liable if the e-gift card is not accepted by the service provider.|
|8. This is a limited period contest and TennisEarth.com reserves the right to withdraw or change the details anytime and without assigning any reasons whatsoever|
|9. All Details submitted must be accurate. Any incorrect or incomplete information found in the entry will result in disqualification from entering the contest.|
|10. Only those entrants will have a chance to win the contest who answer the question correctly.|
|11. Other terms and conditions reserved.|
Serena Williams won WTA Player of the Year award for the fourth time in her career. The American tennis powerhouse also won the award following the 2002, 2008 and 2009 seasons. Only Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova have won more WTA player of the year awards than Serena Williams.
The American has been named the WTA's Player of the Year after winning major titles at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, and claiming gold at the London Olympics.
Serena has earned 15 Grand Slam singles titles and four Olympic gold medals. She had a 48-2 win-loss record for the final seven months of the WTA season.
|Shoot Your Photo with Webcam||Upload Your Photo|
|Please Choose Your Gender|