Victoria Azarenka promises to learn from Australian Open victory
Victoria Azarenka may have outlasted Li Na in a tense, three-set final to win the women's singles title at the Australian Open but she was hardly the only competitor in the field that garnered attention in Melbourne.
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
MELBOURNE, Australia — Victoria Azarenka had the bulk of the crowd against her. The fireworks were fizzling out, and when she looked over the net she saw Li Na crashing to the court and almost knocking herself out.
VICTORIA Azarenka, crowned Australia's grand slam queen for the second year in a row, has admitted her campaign for dominance Down Under was no walk in the Park. The 23-year-old finally got her moment to shine in front of the world's media yesterday,
Victoria Azarenka overcomes Li Na, crowd to win again. By John Pye. | Associated Press. January 27, 2013. Article · Comments · Subscribe · Reprints; E-mail. Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Share. Facebook · Google+ · LinkedIn · Reddit