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Defending Champion Ana Ivanovic defeated by Michelle Larcher De Brito in Birmingham

Ana Ivanovic’s defence of her title in Birmingham did not get off to a very good start being broken by the qualifier from Portgual De Brito before going 3-0 down early in proceedings with the former champion nowhere near her best in the early exchanges but did get a break back for 1-3. 441 more words


Heather Watson defeated by a very good Aleksandra Krunic in Birmingham!

Going into the match little was expected of the world number 87 Aleksandra Krunic who has a win/loss record of 9/11 before her win against Heather Watson today. 109 more words


Konta & Broady win, Swan defeated in Birmingham

Naomi Broady d. Alja Tomljanovic 6-3 6-4

The first British wildcard in action today was Naomi Broady who set the bar high with a fantastic win against the world number 78 Alja Tomljanovic. 319 more words


Aegon Classic Birmingham Preview

Simona Halep and Ana Ivanovic lead the line of top players in Birmingham next week with all of their eyes on the prize winning the Aegon Classic. 721 more words


Laura Robson to miss Birmingham, Katie Swan receives a wild card

Laura Robson was given a wildcard for the Aegon Classic in Birmingham next week however the former British number 1 has decided not to take up the option as she continues her comeback to the WTA tour. 146 more words


WTA Grass season review

Another grass season is over for another year, with top class tennis being played on the lush green surface. This section of the calendar is adored by players and fans alike, which makes it disappointment that it’s so short with grass being the primary surface for only just over a month. 1,521 more words


World Tennis News: Surprises at Queens

After a great first match working under new coach Amelie Mauresmo beating Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-4, 6-4, British number one and defending champion Andy Murray crashed out of the Aegon Championships at The Queens Club in London in the first major shock of the tournament, earlier this week in round three. 564 more words