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Champions Corner: ‘I think this was my best serving match so far in my...

WTA Insider: First of all, congratulations on a very hard fought week in Tokyo to win your second title this season. What do you think was the key this week?Pliskova: Thank you. I had a lot of tough matches....

Tokio 2018: Cuenta atrás para la final

PELOTAS DE PARTIDOLa victoria sobre Camila Giorgi en la semifinal del sábado extendió la racha ganadora de Naomi Osaka a 10 partidos, tras su éxito en el US Open a principios de este mes.Karolina Pliskova se convirtió en la...

Giorgi reaches Tokyo semis as ailing Azarenka retires

TOKYO, Japan -- World No.37 Camila Giorgi of Italy completed the Toray Pan Pacific Open semifinal lineup on Friday, after former World No.1 Victoria Azarenka of Belarus retired from their match due to a GI illness while trailing 5-3...

Tokyo 2018: Monday Order of Play and Match Points

MATCH POINTS2016 Toray Pan Pacific Open finalist and No.3 seed Naomi Osaka will play her first event since being crowned US Open champion. The first-ever player to win a Grand Slam singles title while representing Japan has a first-round bye before...

Hsieh shimmies into Hiroshima final with Wang win

HIROSHIMA, Japan - No.2 seed Hsieh Su-Wei had a long but fruitful day at the Hana-Cupid Japan Women's Open on Saturday, winning her second match of the day 6-4, 6-4 over No.4 seed Wang Qiang to reach her first...

Marino dispatches Maria in Quebec City upset

QUEBEC CITY, Canada -- Canadian wild card Rebecca Marino pulled off a quick upset in the first round of the Coupe Banque Nationale présentée par IGA, ousting No.7 seed Tatjana Maria of Germany, 6-2, 6-2.The players had not faced off since...

Schmiedlova advances past injured Putintseva in Hiroshima

World No.83 Schmiedlova got off to a fast start, holding at love and then breaking Putintseva for 2-0, claiming eight of the first nine points in the process. The Slovak raced ahead with penetrating forehands which flummoxed Putintseva, and...
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