|Dimitrov, Nishikori, Sharapova, Torro-Flor Win Titles |
|into the Top 10 very soon."
Spaniard Torro-Flor Wins 1st Title in Morocco
Spaniard Maria Teresa Torro-Flor defeated Swiss Romina Oprandi 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 to capture her first career title at the Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem in Morocco.
"In the second set I started...|
|Tennis Previews: Haas Defends Munich; Men and Women in Portugal |
|Roberta Vinci, Kaia Kanepi, Lucie Safarova, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Elena Vesnina
Women's Floaters: Barbora Zahlavova-Strycova, Romina Oprandi, Alisa Kleybanova
Women's Notes: No Top 10ers on the women's side but a couple headliners in the comer Bouchard who took a wildcard and ...|
|Sharapova Meets Ivanovic For The Stuttgart Title While Boyfriend Dimitrov Battles in Bucharest Final |
|a fifth and second of the year, first career on clay.
In the other WTA stop this weekend, the Marrakech final is set between Romina Oprandi and Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor. ...|
|Federer, Djokovic Headline The Day In Miami; Defending Champion Murray On At Night |
|Before 1:00 pm
ATP -  R Federer (SUI) vs I Karlovic (CRO)
ATP - J Chardy (FRA) vs  N Djokovic (SRB)
Not Before 5:00 pm
WTA - R Oprandi (SUI) vs  A Radwanska (POL)
Not Before 8:00 pm
WTA - A Schmiedlova (SVK) vs  V Williams (USA)
Not Before 9:30 pm
ATP -  A M...|
|WTA Preview: Serena, 8 of Top 10 at Beijing |
|Martina Hingis (from doubles citing personal reasons) Marion Bartoli (retirement), Jamie Hampton (left ankle), Ekaterina Makarova, Romina Oprandi, Nadia Petrova (left hip), and Maria Sharapova (right shoulder)...The Williams sisters took a doubles wildcard...Former champs in the field...|
|Serena Leads Entire Top 20 at Cincinnati: Preview |
|second round...Other wildcards went to American Lauren Davis and the Slovak Hantuchova...Pulling from the event were Kaia Kanepi, Romina Oprandi, Nadia Petrova and Brit Laura Robson...Na beat Kerber in last year's seat-evacuating final...Returning champs in the field are Na (2012), S...|
|Venus Falls in Turkey; Dementieva Advances|
|on display in Istanbul was Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, who looked in great touch on her way to a crushing 61 60 defeat of Italy's Romina Oprandi. The No.7 seed now goes on to meet No.1 seed Maria Sharapova in the next round, with a semifinal place at stake. The day's only other match...|
|Bondarenko Advances in Turkey; Venus On Tap Today|
|for the Bondarenko family however, as Alona's younger sister Kateryna was bundled out of the tournament, by 21-year-old Italian Romina Oprandi. The match was a scrappy affair with eight breaks of serve and the same number of double faults, but it was Oprandi who held her nerve to a...|
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