Quebec City Tennis - 2013 Bell Challenge
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- U.S. Loses, Federer Wins in Davis Cup; Weekend Dish
- the first Sunday singles to send the red cross back into the World Group.
Flipkens Beats Hradecka for WTA Quebec City Title
Belgian Kirsten Flipkens won her first career title at the Bell Challenge in Quebec City on Sunday, ...
- Tsonga, Gasquet Headline Metz; Spain, Argentina in Davis Cup Final
- senia Pervak and Czech Barbora Zahlavova Strycova captured first-time titles over the weekend in Tashkent and Quebec City respectively.
The 25-year-old Barbora Zahlavova Strycova won the Bell Challenge on Sunday, defeating Marin...
- Ferrer, Simon, Li, Groth Win Titles Leading Into Aussie Open; Tennis-X Notes
- 'll try to do what I did this week."
Mattek-Sands fell to 0-3 in WTA finals, formerly a runner-up twice at Quebec City.
"I think I served pretty well today. I mean it was up and down but the times I did, I got some aces in," ...
- Paszek Beats Mattek-Sands in QB; Groth Wins WTA Guangzhou
- Paszek Beats Mattek-Sands for WTA Quebec City Title
Austrian teen Tamira Paszek outlasted American Bethanie Mattek-Sands 7-6(6), 2-6, 7-5 on Sunday to claim the WTA Quebec City title, her second career WTA crown.
Paszek was ...
- Cilic Heads French-Heavy Metz; Sharapova Racquet Cheat
- Austria's Tamira Pasek and American Bethanie Mattek-Sands will meet in the final of the WTA Bell Challenge in Quebec City...Italy's 14-year-old Gianluigi Quinzi claimed his first Boys 18-and-under ITF title at the Honduras Bowl 201...
- U.S. Women's Tennis Fan Alert: Struggling Display at WTA Quebec City
- A Rankings after the No. 1 (Serena) and No. 4 (Venus) ranked siblings.
This week at the Bell Challenge in Quebec City, a lowly $220K WTA event, a few Americans are battling to rise to the top of the list of players to "watch fo...
- Tennis-X Notes: Federer Done? Serena Williams Redux
- person before being defaulted.
Melanie Oudin pulled from this week's WTA Tour Bell Challenge tournament in Quebec City, citing an injury to her left thigh -- or media duties. The 17-year-old from Marietta, Ga., was scheduled to ...
- Tennis-X Weekend Wrap: Williams Sisters Set to Square Off
- on event of the year, coming from a set down to defeat No. 6-seeded American Bethanie Mattek 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 at Quebec City. It was the Russian's second title of the year, while Mattek was competing in her first career final.