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WTA Singapore, Semi-Final Preview #1: Caroline Wozniacki v Serena Williams

The first of the semi-finals will feature BFFs, Caroline Wozniacki and Serena Williams, who will meet for the fourth time on the WTA tour since August.  460 more words

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Singapore - Semifinals

I hate to say this, but the final day of round robin have been quite laughable and again, show the negative aspect of this format in deciding the semifinalists. 855 more words

Serena Williams

WTA Singapore, Day 5 Preview: Caroline Wozniacki v Petra Kvitova

In a blockbuster match-up that saw both players standing perilously close to the edge of an early exit in Singapore, it was Petra Kvitova who boosted her chances of progressing to the semi-finals with a superb 6-3 6-2 victory over… 342 more words

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Singapore - Day 5

Friday will be the last day of round robin matches, with the semifinals for both the singles and doubles being played on Saturday. Thursday’s matches were definitely much less upset ridden than previously, but Sharapova’s loss to Kvitova was still definitely shocking, having started so well, but Kvitova’s extreme precision with her shot making didn’t allow Sharapova many opportunities. 537 more words

Agnieszka Radwanska

Singapore - Day 4

The WTA Tour Finals started off as expected this year, but now it has completely turned around with 4 straight upsets, and this has made the tournament rather interesting, as there is quite a large possibility that the top seeds might not even make it into the semis this year! 629 more words

Serena Williams

WTA Singapore, Day 4 Preview: Caroline Wozniacki v Agnieszka Radwanska

I’m blown away by the first result of the day which saw Simona Halep thrash Serena Williams, 6-0 6-2.  I was following on live scores with my mouth wide open for most of it.   493 more words

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Singapore - Day 2

Before I would like to begin, a very big shoutout goes to biogirl2014 who is my first ever follower! So, the second day of Singapore begins with the WTA Rising Stars final between Monica Puig and Zheng Saisai, followed by the first two matches in the White Group. 475 more words

Agnieszka Radwanska