Who was the player that correct Shriver about her name pronounciation, and does Shriver now get it right?
It was Claudine Schaul. Apparently, she had gotten tired of having her name mispronounced, so she had sent a message, either to the network or to the commentators' booth, explaining how to pronounce it. Shriver was in the booth with Cliff Drysdale, who said "Bear with us--we're used to pronouncing it a different way." It's one syllable, for god's sake! How hard is it? But he continued to mispronounce her name throughout the match. Shriver, at one point, said--dripping with sarcasm--"Schaul (wrong pronunciation), or Schaul (right pronunciation), however
you want us to pronounce it." Sarcasm aside, she knew perfectly well how Claudine wanted her to pronounce it.
They continued this way for the remainder of the match. So I guess that players learned what happens if you have the nerve to ask that your name be pronounced correctly.
Since we don't see Claudine Schaul anymore, I don't know how Shriver would pronounce her name, but I can make a good guess.