Claudio Ranieri has rediscovered himself in the Premier League and is now the King of England, his mum has declared. Renata Ranieri admitted she burst into tears when Leicester were confirmed as Premier League champions on Monday after Tottenham were held to a 2-2 draw at Chelsea.The Italian flew to Rome for lunch with his 96-year-old mother on the day of the match before flying back to England, while his players gathered together to watch as Eden Hazards strike ended Spurs title challenge. Renata did not expect her sons success with the Foxes, but said she did not miss a match as the dramatic campaign unfolded.At the final whistle I burst into tears. I only heard from Claudio later because my grandchildren and my sons cousins called. He was so happy. We all are. Now we can finally relax, she told Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Leicesters Premier League success has got PGA golfers talking - but pronunciation is a problem! I watched every game; it was a continual series of emotions. He calls me every evening and kept me up to date on everything. This morning I bought the sports papers and saw the headlines. It was satisfying.I have to admit, I did not expect him to win with Leicester. He found these players … they are good lads. He told me they always trained as real professionals. Ranieri told SSN HQ Leicesters Premier League win would not be repeated Naturally it wasnt a big squad full of champions. I know that hes happy in England, they always treated him perfectly. He rediscovered himself there.Renata also divulged what the pair had eaten during their Monday meal but said the Leicester manager was keener to relax rather than talk about football.We had some steak with chicory. Before leaving, he ate strawberries with lemon and sugar, she added. Full steam ahead Claudio Ranieri says Leicester will not be taking it easy My son has to keep himself in shape, so he rarely asks for a starter. He talked about Leicester a bit, but wanted to relax.He was with me for two hours, then said the president of his team had organised a plane to take him back to England. We said goodbye and he went towards the Ciampino airport.Ranieri had previously spent 18 months at Roma, his hometown club, before resigning in 2011 and Renata said his newfound and unexpected success had allowed him to forget that disappointment. It has been a colourful journey for Ranieri since his Roma days In my view, at Roma he was not treated with respect. In the family we are all Giallorossi fans, so when Claudio was there we were also guests at Trigoria [the training ground], she said.We were disappointed with the way things ended. Look, he won his own scudetto here too, because he went really close, but he arrived after the season had already started.Now hes King of England, imagine that. 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"It was definitely one of the tougher matches," said Williams. "Obviously Wimbledon was another tough one. We actually have a lot of good matches." Cirstea, meanwhile, continued her Cinderella run at the tournament with a 6-1, 7-6 (5) upset against Chinese fourth-seed Li Na in the other semi. Shes played Williams twice before and lost both meetings decisively. "Shes definitely not an easy player to play," Williams said of Cirstea. "Her results recently have been really consistent and shes found herself and shes playing better and better and more confident. Its going to be a really tough match." Williams won the Rogers Cup in 2011 and 2001, both in Toronto. Shes shooting for an eighth WTA title this year and has only lost one match (Wimbledon) since March. "The main thing is I have to serve well, be aggressive, try to be in control, and go into the court with good mentality," Cirstea said about the final. Radwanska and Williams traded breaks twice in the first set as the 123-pound Pole kept up with Williamss imposing power game. Radwanska dashed corner-to-corner at the baseline to make returns and led 6-5, but Williams held serve to force a tiebreak where she blasted a cross-court winner for a 6-3 advantage, then aced set point. Williams, who finished the first set with 20 winners to Radwanskas five, called for a medical timeout early in the second for "gastrointestinal issues." "I had some stomach issues and I had to settled them down," said Williams. "Ill be fine. I feel good." She looked slightly out of sorts early in the set, going down a break and screaming at the ground after blowing an easy overhead smash. But that didnt last. Williams broke back and took a 4-3 lead by running Radwanska around the court with blistering offensive groundstrokes. She won a nearly 10-minute game to pull ahead 5-4 and broke Radwanska to finish off the match in one hour 51 minutes. "Shes was really playing a great match today," said Radwanska. "This is whaat makes her No.dddddddddddd 1 in the world -- playing unbelievable in the very important moments and very powerful shots. I couldnt do anything about that. I had some break points and I didnt take them." Cirstea, meanwhile, came into her match having ousted two former world No. 1s in Jelena Jankovic and Caroline Wozniacki before dethroning defending champion and sixth-seed Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals. "A new day, a new match. It doesnt matter who I beat the day before or what Ive done," said Cirstea. "Its just another day where I have to get out there and do the things to show the work that Ive put in." The 23-year-old looked loose and confident in the first set as she broke twice to go up 5-1, whizzing forehands past Li and skipping and jogging between points, perhaps to remind her 31-year-old opponent of their age difference. After a between set visit from her husband, Li found her game in the second. She yelled and pumped her fist after breaking for 3-1, then battled through triple break point to hold serve at 4-1. Cirstea, sensing the moment slipping away from her, called for a visit from her Australian coach Darren Cahill. "He made me realize its about the process, its about getting better and improving," said Cirstea. "So I shouldnt have any pressure. I just need to do the same things Ive done the first set. Hes amazing. These victories are his in a way." Against a vocal backdrop of Romanian shouts and cheers from the crowd, Cirstea broke back at 5-4 and again at 6-5 before Li forced a tiebreak. Li, a former French Open champion, committed an unsightly 41 unforced errors compared to Cirsteas 29, but none was worse than her sixth double fault coming at matchpoint. "I was feeling maybe I can win the second set and then we can come to a final set," said Li, who was last years finalist after losing to Kvitova. "Its very tough. Today I didnt play (my) best tennis, but at least I try on the court." Flags of blue, red and yellow waved in jubilation as Cirstea looked visibly emotional after locking down her best result of the year. Cirstea has only one WTA title to her credit, coming all the way back in 2008 at Tashkent. In doubles, Gabriela Dabrowski of Ottawa and Torontos Sharon Fichman had their Rogers Cup run ended by Jankovic and Katarina Srebotnik of Slovenia in a 7-5, 6-3 loss in the semifinal. Jankovic and Srebotnik will meet Anna-Lena Groenefeld of Germany and Czech Kveta Peschke for the title. Groenefeld and Peschke won 6-2, 6-4 over Russian duo Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina. ' ' '