Li Na is a former professional tennis player, the most successful Chinese player of all time. She won the French Open in 2011 to become the first Chinese player ever to win a singles grand slam, and added the Australian Open in 2014. She retired in September 2014, citing the toll injuries had taken on her knees.
The banning of Chinese swimming superstar Sun Yang, accused of being a drug cheat, misses the point that there are two sides to every story, so a rehearing of his case is justified.
Chinese players have now won at least one title at every major, as well as Olympics gold, after women’s doubles triumph in New York.
Four of China’s five women’s doubles players out in second round with only No 13 seed Zheng Saisai still involved in Paris.
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Li Na made history as the first Asian-born tennis player to win not just one but two Grand Slam titles – but since retiring five years ago, what has the Chinese champion been plotting next?
Tennis trailblazer Li Na said China’s up-and-coming players needed to be allowed to have fun and express themselves, warning it will take time before the country has another major winner
China’s two-time grand slam winner Li Na opened a new 15,000-seat stadium at the Wuhan Open in central China on Sunday to huge cheers from her hometown fans.
In what she describes as her "new life", China's Li Na is dealing with morning sickness, hoping for a baby girl and dreaming of becoming a housewife. The two-time grand slam champion says she will try not to tell her future child that she was once one of the world's best tennis players.