|WTA Previews: Wozniacki, Cornet Headline Istanbul, Bastad |
|Alize Cornet, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Camila Giorgi, Yaroslava Shvedova, Anna Schmiedlova, Annika Beck, Maria Teresa Torro-Flor, Polona Hercog
Floaters: Kaia Kanepi, Julia Goerges, Grace Min
Notes: Tough starts for (7) Torro-Flor vs. Goerges, and (2) Pavlyuchenkova vs. Min wh...|
|ATP/WTA Previews: Ferrer, Isner, Halep Lead Events |
Seeds: Simona Halep, Roberta Vinci, Klara Koukalova, Karin Knapp, Annika Beck, Anna Schmiedlova, Petra Cetkovska, Polona Hercog
Notes: Slim field with Halep the lone Top 20 player...Wildcards went to Romanians Cristina Dinu, Andreea Mitu, Raluca ...|
|Isner Headlines Houston; ATP/WTA Previews |
|Giorgi...Wildcards went to Alize Cornet, Magdalena Frech, and Kristyna Pliskova...Pulling from the event were Kirsten Flipkens, Polona Hercog and Maria Teresa Torro Flor...Last year in the inaugural year of the event, Vinci topped Petra Kvitova in the final.
Claro Open Colsanit...|
|Nadal Surges, Serena Struggles, Bartoli Retires from Tennis |
|"I feel it's time to walk away now."
Other Top 10-seeded winners were No. 4 Aggie Radwanska, No. 6 Sara Errani in three over Polona Hercog, No. 7 Petra Kvitova in three over Marina Erakovic, No. 9 Angie Kerber, and No. 10 Caroline Wozniacki.
Thursday highlights in Cincy incl...|
|Federer in Gstaad; No $erena in Stanford: ATP/WTA Previews |
Projected Seeds: Bojana Jovanovski, Donna Vekic, Chanelle Scheepers, Alexandra Cadantu, Karolina Pliskova, Polona Hercog, Elina Svitolina, Vesna Dolonc
Floaters: Draw not available as of Saturday night.
Notes: No Top 35 players in the field...Wildcards w...|
|Federer, Serena Take Juicy Hamburg, Bastad Guarantees: Previews |
|were Alexa Glatch, Kaia Kanepi, Magdalena Rybarikova, Yaroslava Shvedova and Venus Williams...Not participating in the event is Polona Hercog, who last year in the final defeated Mathilde Johansson for her second consecutive title...There are no former champs in the field.
|Radwanska Remains Unbeaten in Finals After WTA Istanbul Crown|
|things."The doubles final was a one-hour demolition, with No.3 seeds Jill Craybas and Olga Govortsova crushing Marina Erakovic and Polona Hercog, 61 62. Craybas holds three Tour doubles titles now, having already won at Madrid in 2003 (with Liezel Huber) and Cincinnati in 2004 (with ...|
|Roddick, Monaco, Bellucci, Cibulkova, Hercog Win Titles |
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