Cara Black

Black, partner crash out of Australian Open

Black, partner crash out of Australian Open

ZIMBABWE’S Cara Black and her partner Saisai Zheng from China crashed out in the first round of the Australian Open women’s doubles event, suffering a shock straight-set defeat at the hands of Canada’s Gabriela Dabrowski Alicja Rosolska from Poland yesterday.

Cara Black withdraws from Hobart International

Cara Black withdraws from Hobart International

CARA Black’s preparations for next week’s Australian Open were dealt a major blow after retiring from her first round match due to illness at the Hobart International yesterday.

It’s Manyuchi, finally

It’s Manyuchi, finally

No contempt to Cara Black and all she did this year after her well-publicised comeback in 2013.

Black, Mirza claim title in last match together

Black, Mirza claim title in last match together

Zimbabwe’s Cara Black and Sania Mirza of India teamed up to win the doubles title at the WTA Finals in Singapore yesterday.

Cara, Mirza off to a good start

Cara, Mirza off to a good start

CARA Black’s quest for a sixth Grand Slam women’s doubles title got off to a smooth start on Wednesday at the US Open in New York as she and her partner Sania Mirza easily defeated the Czech Republic’s Pliskova twins, Karolina and Krystina, in straight sets.

Cara Black, Sania Mirza disappoint fans

Cara Black, Sania Mirza disappoint fans

ZIMBABWE female tennis ace Cara Black and her Indian playing partner Sania Mirza failed to make an impression at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships after crashing out in a closely-fought first-round women’s doubles match on Tuesday.

Cara Black heads for UAE

Cara Black heads for UAE

ZIMBABWEAN female tennis star Cara Black, who celebrated her 35th birthday yesterday will be out to prove that age is nothing, but a number when she takes part at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) this week.

Cara knocked out

Cara knocked out

ZIMBABWEAN tennis star Cara Black and her Indian playing partner Sania Mirza were halted in their stride by the world No 1 Italian pair of Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci in the women’s doubles quarter-finals at the Australian Open in Melbourne yesterday.

Cara, Sania in tough quarters

Cara, Sania in tough quarters

ZIMBABWEAN tennis ace Cara Black and Sania Mirza cruised into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open women’s doubles in Melbourne yesterday to set up a potentially explosive encounter with the defending champions this morning.

Cara through to 2nd round of Aussie Open

Cara through to 2nd round of Aussie Open

ZIMBABWE’s tennis star Cara Black and doubles partner Sania Mirza from India advanced to the second round of the Australian Open Tennis tournament with a comfortable straight set victory in the opening round at Melbourne Park yesterday.

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