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Bartoli

Cecilia. born 1966, Italian mezzo-soprano, noted for her performances in Mozart and Rossini operas
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Bartoli, who has been working as a commentator for Eurosport and ITV since her retirement, released the news on Eurosport's Twitter feed and hopes to be ready for the Miami Open in March.
New Delhi [India], December 20 ( ANI ): Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli is all set to make her tennis comeback after a four-year hiatus.
In fact, Richie and Bartoli "were the best of friends and were inseparable.
Along the lines of that old musicians' joke, Cecilia Bartoli is the anti-diva, the antithesis of the singer who's either overweight or anorexic, lives only in, by and for the art and -- depending on the severity of her neurotic episodes -- tends to cancel on short notice.
Bartoli can relate to the German as she too won Wimbledon towards the fag end of her career and called it a day soon after, unable to take the pain and stress of high- level sport.
In a live address at a press conference yesterday from France, Bartoli termed her unique venture at the Grand Hyatt Dubai on November 13-14 as "an amazing moment for tennis".
Twelve months ago, Lisicki suffered a horror case of stage fright and openly wept as Bartoli powered to the title in straight sets.
Bartoli walked out moments before Lisicki and Glushko, and was accompanied by nine-year-old Elle Robus-Miller - a young player from the Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis in Ipswich.
Twelve months ago, German Lisicki suffered a horrendous case of stage fright and openly wept as Bartoli powered to the title in straight sets.
Tugging down the collar of her white top to reveal strips of blue tape providing support for her right shoulder, Bartoli said: ''Literally, I can't even lift my arm every morning.
Bartoli, who beat Sabine Lisicki in the final at the All England Club last month to claim her first grand slam title, said: "That was actually the last match of my career.
CINCINNATI -- French tennis star Marion Bartoli made a shock retirement announcement Wednesday, ending her career at the top of her game just six weeks after winning Wimbledon.