|Pliskova Tops in Singles and Doubles at Prague; Marrakech; WTA Previews |
|Tough start for (4) Svitolina vs. the Croat riser Vekic...Wildcards went to the top-seeded Muguruza, Morocco's Rita Atik and Russia's Darya Kasatkina (who starts against Muguruza)...Seven players including former French Open champion Francesca Schiavone pulled from th...|
|Wozniacki Outlasts Halep, Will Face Kerber In Stuttgart Final; Andujar Stuns Ferrer In Barcelona |
|No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki continued her climb back up the rankings earning one of her best wins of the season beating No. 3 ranked Simona Halep 7-5, 5-7, 6-2 in the Stuttgart semifinals.
"I had my chances to close it out in the second set but I didn't, but then you just hav...|
|ATP Previews: Federer in Turkey?; Munich, Estoril |
|Youzhny vs. Bellucci, and (5) Haider-Maurer vs. Dodig...Wildcards were awarded to Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili, Turkey's Cem Ilkel, and Russian Andrey Rublev.
|Nadal Avenges Almagro Loss, Now Faces Fognini In Barcelona; Lisicki Eats Two Bagels In Stuttgart |
|day after stunning 2010 champion Fernando Verdasco, youngster Andrey Rublev was at it again on the red clay courts of Barcelona, leading another former Top 15 player, Fabio Fognini. But a set a 2-0 lead in the second wasn't enough as the Italian came back to end the 17-year-old's ...|
|Verdasco Stunned By 17-Year-Old Rublev In Barcelona; Nadal Seeks Revenge On Almagro |
|Fernando Verdasco was stunned today in Barcelona by 17-year-old qualifier Andrey Rublev 7-6(4), 6-3 in the opening round. It was the young Russian's biggest career win, and fifth of his career on the ATP tour.
The No. 329-ranked Rublev moves on to face Fabio Fognini tomorrow. Ru...|
|Fed Cup Anarchy: Swiss Don't Miss; U.S., Canada Fail |
|U.S. discovered that a world No. 1 alone doesn't make a team, Canada's Genie Bouchard continued sliding down the charts, the Czechs and Russians rose to the Fed Cup final (come back Maria Sharapova!), and Martina Hingis is a decoy for the new Swiss Miss.
Here are the c...|
|Kvitova Shocks Azarenka for WTA Madrid Crown|
|16-seeded Czech Petra Kvitova defeated No. 3 Victoria Azarenka 7-6(3), 6-3 to win the Mutua Madrid Open on Sunday, her fourth career WTA crown and third of 2011 after Brisbane and the Paris-indoors. "We know each other so it was going to be tough to find the key, but I t...|
|Rafael Nadal Interview - Miami, Apr 1|
|Nadal InterviewSony Ericsson Open - MiamiApril 1, 2011 R. NADAL/R. Federer 6 3, 6 2 THE MODERATOR: Questions, please. Q. Well played, Rafa. Even if he had taken that breakpoint at the start of the second set, did you still feel that you were in control of this ...|
|Oudin the Russian Killer; American Men Out at US Open |
|Ouch: Rafael Nadal Will Not Play The Australian Open Due To Stomach Virus And Lack Of Match Practice |
|Nadal Leads Spain Against U.S. in Davis Cup; Del Potro, Argentina Host Russia |
|Federer Faces Russian Challenge in Andreev Today at US Open |
|Federer Crushes Nadal, Clinches SF; Murray Withdraws From ATP Finals |
|Nadal Crushes Murray for Masters Indian Wells Title |
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