I was noticing that although Elena Likhovtseva is married they still called her Madmoiselle while they call like games and sets. So is this lack of information from the WTA, French Federation, or is it each player's choice to see what they're called?
the umpire uses it to discribe if a player is married or not
Madame = married players
Madmoiselle = no married players
Have they dropped this at Wimbledon now? Sorry, do not pay much attention.
Remember if it was a female umpire she could say Davenport but a male umpire would say Miss Davenport.
The fact that Davenport has also kept her maiden name she would still be called Miss Davenport, I think.
Anyway maybe they should just use nicks Juju leads Davey by 4 games to 3.