The latest Stanford tournament news:
- Radwanska Beats Break-Out Star Konta for China Open Trophy
- inues among players.
Radwanska improved to 20-7 in career finals, while Konta fell to 1-1 after winning at Stanford earlier this year.
- Venus Williams, Eugenie Bouchard KO'd Out Of Montreal; Russians Rise Up As A New Champion Will Be Crowned
- t keep it together in the evening falling to 121st ranked Kristina Kucova 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Kucova will now face Stanford winner Johanna Konta.
Earlier, Australian Open champion and No. 2 seed Angelique Kerber edged Elina Svitol...
- Inspired Eugenie Bouchard Advances with Upset, Venus Lines Up Madison Keys at Rogers Cup
- ury this week.
The elder Williams sister Venus continued her torrid play, coming off a narrow loss in the Stanford final.
"It was definitely more straightforward I think than all of our other matches," Williams said of h...
- Eugenie Bouchard Survives Upset Bid In Montreal; Simona Halep Advances, Garbine Muguruza Withdraws
- am, Dominika Cibulkova, tomorrow.
Madison Keys blew past Wimbledon semifinalist Elena Vesnina 6-4, 6-0 and Stanford winner Johanna Konta stay hot beating Shelby Rogers.
In the evening 2015 finalist Simona Halep kicked it i...
- Petra Kvitova, Sam Stosur Advance In Montreal; Eugenie Bouchard v Lucie Safarova Tuesday
Also on Tuesday, we'll see play from No, 3 seed Garbine Muguruza (v Broady), No. 10 Madison Keys, recent Stanford winner Johanna Konta and Canadian star Eugenie Bouchard who meets Lucie Safarova in a battle of former Top 10...
- Venus Williams Meets CiCi Bellis Tonight In Stanford; Top Seed Sam Stosur In Action In D.C.
- In a clash of generations, 36-year-old Venus Williams will meet 17-year-old phenom CiCi Bellis tonight in Stanford. Bellis advanced to the quarterfinals after posting a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over countrywoman Sachia Vickery yesterda...
- Caroline Wozniacki, Angelique Kerber Pull Out Of Events; Venus Williams Wins In Stanford Opener
- xt days how it works."
Kerber's withdrawal leaves No. 2 seed Sara Errani as the tournament favorite.
In Stanford, 2-time champion Venus Williams made a successful start to the summer hardcourts with a 6-3, 6-7(6), 6-2 win ...
- Dimitrov, Bouchard, Defending Champ Stephens Fall In D.C.; Fritz v Zverev Today; Venus In Stanford
- ar. The lefty had been sidelined after undergoing left shoulder surgery last fall.
And at the WTA event in Stanford, later tonight 36-year-old Venus Williams plays her first match against Magda Linette. Williams has won the t...