Seoul Tennis - 2014 Korea Open
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- Jankovic, Radwanska, Begu Win WTA Titles Over Weekend
For Jankovic it was a first WTA title in more than two years, improving to 14-20 in finals.
Begu Shows Seoul in Korea Open Victory
Top-seeded Irina-Camelia Begu stopped the qualifying run of Belarusian Aliaksandra Sas...
- Goffin, Ivanovic, Niculescu, Pliskova Win ATP/WTA Titles
- for Korea Crown
No. 2-seeded Karolina Pliskova needed to work to win her second career title on Sunday in Seoul, outlasting No. 5-seeded American Varvara Lepchenko 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-2 for the Kia Korea Open crown.
- ATP/WTA Previews: Kerber Leads Killer Field in Tokyo
- beat Kerber in last year's final...Wozniacki (2010) is the lone former champ in the field.
KIA KOREA OPEN
Seoul, Korea; Surface: hard
Seeds: Aggie Radwanska, Karol�na Pliskova, Klara Koukalova, Magdalena Rybarikova, ...
- WTA Champs Preview: Serena Seeks A Fourth Year-End Title
- it's so tough, you have to be ready from the first match on."
Agnieszka Radwanksa: Always consistent, won Seoul and reached the Beijing semifinals where she avenged a Tokyo QF loss to Kerber before losing to Serena. She w...
- Simon, Gulbis, Radwanska, Zhang Capture Tennis Titles
- have nothing to defend so it's all good."
G-Lo fell to 2-3 in career finals.
Radwanska Rallies for WTA Seoul Title
Top-seeded Aggie Radwanska came back from a set down to defeat No. 3-seeded Russian Anastasia Pavlyu...
- Radwanska, Tsonga in Action This Week: ATP/WTA Previews
- mp Martin Klizan...Returning champs in the field are Stakhovsky (2009) and Youzhny (2004).
KDB KOREA OPEN
Seoul, Korea; Surface: outdoor hard
Seeds: Aggie Radwanska, Maria Kirilenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Klara Zak...
- Sharapova Overwhelms Wozniacki For Second Indian Wells Win And First Title Since The French Open
Wozniacki finished with just 2 winners to Sharapova's 33. The Dane was seeking her first trophy since Seoul last fall.
"I've felt very good all year about my game," Wozniacki said. "I have to be happy with the fina...
- Tsonga, Wozniacki Bid For Sunday Titles; Robson Falls Just Short In China
- e 18-year-old Robson was still the first British women to play in a WTA final match since 1990.
And in the Seoul final, former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki seeks her first WTA title in over a year against Kaia Kanepi Sunday. K...