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Kerber, Kuznetsova, Pavlyuchenkova and Vandeweghe through to Australian Open last-16

Angelique Kerber, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Coco Vandeweghe are through to the last-16 of the Australian Open after winning their third-round matches.

World No. 1 swept through her third round match against Krystina Pliskova, winning 6-0 6-4 on Rod Laver. 176 more words


Simona Halep incepe anul bine, Roger Federer, la fel

* Simona Halep, favorita nr. 2 la Shenzhen, turneul chinezesc de inceput de an de 627.750 dolari, adica intre Brisbane, 1 milion, unde este Kerber, si Auckland, de 250.000, unde o ia cu incetisorul Serena Williams, a debutat cu o victorie in noul an, dispunand de o nuca tare, chiar daca nu ca alta data, fosta nr. 436 more words

Bouchard loses marathon first-round doubles match in Mallorca

Westmount’s Eugenie Bouchard and Belgian partner Sabine Lisicki lost their first-round doubles match 7-6 (4), 4-6, 17-15 at the hands of Jelena Jankovic of Serbia and Bulgarian Aleksandrina Naydenova on Monday in a tournament in Mallorca, Spain. 25 more words


BULETIN DE STIRI (ora 15,00): Irina Begu, in sferturi la Roma, Brazilia fara presedinte la JO, Bartoli modista

* Reuniunile  Turneului WTA Premier de la Roma incep, de trei zile incoace, cu o stire buna pentru noi: Irina Begu, programata mai mereu “in deschidere” se califica! 472 more words

Bouchard beats Kerber in huge Italian Open upset

On back-to-back days in Rome, Eugenie Bouchard delivered perhaps her two most notable results of the season.

After a big win on Tuesday, the Canadian’s latest arrived on Wednesday when she beat world number two Angelique Kerber of Germany at the Italian Open 6-1, 5-7, 7-5. 396 more words


Bouchard & Raonic reach second round in Rome

Canada’s top singles players are off to a winning start at the Italian Open, the final major tune-up ahead of Roland Garros in late May. 395 more words


Serb and Return: Jelena Jankovic on the Comeback Trail

Another clay season, another injury struggle for Jelena Jankovic. In 2015, the former World No. 1 was on her way back up the rankings after she made the final in Indian Wells, but a little while later, she found herself rehabbing her foot rather than sliding across the red dirt. 1,624 more words

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