Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Serena Williams gets agrarian agenda for Italian Open

Top-ranked Serena Williams has asked for and accustomed a agrarian agenda for abutting month's Italian Open, signaling that she's accessible to acknowledgment from a knee injury.

Having been alone back her Australian Open appellation in January, Williams originally did not access the clash in Rome, which begins May 3 and is a key clay-court warmup for the French Open.

Williams won the Italian Open in 2002 en avenue to her alone appellation at Roland Garros.

Tournament organizers appear the agrarian agenda for Williams on Tuesday, abacus that nine of the top 10 women accept entered, with No. 10 Kim Clijsters the alone exception.