The latest Birmingham tournament news:
- Kvitova Beats Defending Champion Mladenovic for WTA St. Petersburg Title
- k where her hand was slashed with a knife.
Kvitova improved to 21-7 in career finals, last year winning at Birmingham in her only final. Mladenovic, seeking to defend the only singles title she has won, fell to 1-7 in career fi...
- Halep Ousted as Wimbledon Semis Set; Pliskova the New Default No. 1
Muguruza hasn't faced Rybarikova in two years, since she won only four games off the Slovak on grass at Birmingham in 2015. They are 2-2 in their career head-to-heads.
"Rybarikova, a long time I didn't play against her, b...
- Former Champions Venus, Kvitova And French Open Winner Ostapenko Monday At Wimbledon
- ites of the tournament. But it's very open. So who knows who going to win."
Kvitova already won a title in Birmingham over Ash Barty a few weeks ago.
"I think the grass always giving me extra confidence," she added. "I know ...
- Kvitova Wastes No Time Back with WTA Birmingham Grass Title
- juring her left hand last year, and her first back on grass, Petra Kvitova on Sunday won the Aegon Classic in Birmingham from a set down, in the final defeating Aussie Ashleigh Barty 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.
"I didn't expect this in my ...
- Svitolina Exits Birmingham With Achilles Injury, Wimbledon In Doubt; Konta Upset
- aid today.
Svitolina had just lost in the second round to Italian qualifier Camila Giorgi 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 in Birmingham when after she revealed the issue.
“I was not 100 percent today. I still have this issue with my leg. An...
- Konta Not Klutch, Can't End Brit Grass Drought as Vekic Wins Nottingham
- improved to 2-3 in career finals. It was her second career grasscourt final after finishing runner-up at 2013 Birmingham.
"Jo played amazing and she's having an amazing year, but I was just trying to focus on myself, serve and ...
- Kerber, Azarenka, Kvitova This Week at Birmingham, Mallorca; WTA Previews
- season heats up in the second week as world No. 1 Angie Kerber and three other Top 10ers take to the lawns in Birmingham, and former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka and Sabine Lisicki make their 2017 debuts in Spain.
Also adding some ...
- Maria Sharapova Withdraws From Grass Season, Wimbledon
- ied her a wildcard into their event.
Well, it turns out this injury was significant enough for her to miss Birmingham, where she had a main draw wildcard, and Wimbledon where she was scheduled to play the qualies.
"After an ...