The latest Brussels tournament news:
- Andy Murray Leads Great Britain Into Davis Cup Final Against Belgium This Weekend
- offin - all winning rubbers.
Great Britain has not defeated Belgium since 1963, when it won 5-0 on clay in Brussels. That year Billy Knight and Mike Sangster each won 2 singles rubbers, while Tony Pickard and Bobby Wilson won...
- Davis Cup SFs: Murray Leads GBR Against AUS; Federer, Nadal In Playoff Action
- omic (AUS)
R5: Dan Evans (GBR) v Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS)
Belgium (c) v Argentina (s)
Forest National, Brussels, BEL – hard (indoors)
R1: David Goffin (Bel) v Federico Delbonis (Arg)
R2: Steve Darcis (Bel) v L...
- Wozniacki Outlasts Halep, Will Face Kerber In Stuttgart Final; Andujar Stuns Ferrer In Barcelona
- hes. Wozniacki is into her first Premier final since 2012 (Moscow) and her first clay court final since 2011 (Brussels).
"We both want to win," Wozniacki said. "It's all about momentum and all about trying to win the importan...
- Montanes, Monaco, Kanepi, Cornet Win ATP/WTA Titles
- n dropped to 2-11 in career finals, and has yet to win a clay title.
Kanepi Wins 2 Matches in 1 Day to Win Brussels Open
Kaia Kanepi won two matches on Saturday to capture the title at the Brussels Open.
Making up for r...
- Wozniacki, Bartoli Lead WTA Veterans Week Before French Open
- rion Bartoli and Daniela Hantuchova are looking for some last-minute French Open preparation at WTA events in Brussels and Strasbourg:
Brussels, Belgium; Surface: clay
Seeds: Caroline Wozniacki, Roberta Vin...
- Wimbledon Women's SF Preview: Heavy Favorite Serena Seeks Fifth Title
- ustralian Open, Doha, Indian Wells), Kerber (2 – Paris Indoors, Copenhagen), Radwanska (3 – Dubai, Miami, Brussels) and Williams (2 – Charleston, Madrid). Errani, Kanepi and Sharapova are the only other players to win mult...
- ATP/WTA Previews: Dusseldorf, Nice, Brussels, Strasbourg
- 11) is the lone returning champ in the field, defeating Victor Hanescu in last year's seat-emptying final.
Brussels, Belgium; Surface: red clay
Seeds: Agnieszka Radwanska, Marion Bartoli, Dominika Cibulkova,...
- Djokovic Powers On in Cincinnati; Wozniacki Upset, Serena Returns to Form!
- nk Wozniacki is the best player in the world? Of course not. The Dane hasn't beaten a Top 20 player since her Brussels title in May and she's now lost her last three straight matches. But hey, she's got Rory McIlroy at least.