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September 1st, 2016

Petra Kvitova Says It’s Normal For Her To Get Sick In The U.S.

Petra Kvitova doesn’t practice anymore on off days at the US Open.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:15 pm in US Open | 1 Comment »

August 30th, 2016

Kerber, Muguruza Opening Day Winners At US Open; Serena, Venus, Halep Tuesday

Serena and Venus return to the US Open Tuesday.

Posted by Staff @ 1:04 am in US Open | 5 Comments »

August 21st, 2016

Everyone Withdraws from WTA Connecticut; Gasquet Leads Winson-Salem

This tournament has turned into a complete mess with the seeding in chaos as Svetlana Kuznetova withdrew citing a shoulder injury, Johanna Konta pulled with a back injury, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova withdrew citing a back injury, then today (Sunday) Madison Keys injured her neck practicing and withdrew…

Posted by Staff @ 3:34 pm in Connecticut Open, Tennis, Winston-Salem | 2 Comments »

August 17th, 2016

Rain Ravages Cincinnati, First Round Matches Still To Be Completed; Murray, Nadal Wednesday

Ran soaked the Cincinnati event creating a backlog of matches for Wednesday.

Posted by Staff @ 12:09 am in Cincinnati | 14 Comments »

August 13th, 2016

Petra Kvitova Holds Off Madison Keys For The Bronze Medal At Rio Olympics

Calling it one of the best things to happen in her career, Petra Kvitova took home a bronze medal in Rio.

Posted by Staff @ 3:41 pm in Olympics | 1 Comment »

August 13th, 2016

Angelique Kerber Will Meet The Surprising Monica Puig For The Rio Olympics Women’s Singles Gold

Monica Puig will try to make history Saturday in Rio by becoming the first Puerto Rican to win a gold medal at the Olympics.

Posted by Staff @ 1:17 am in Olympics | 5 Comments »

August 12th, 2016

Kvitova-Puig, Keys-Kerber In The Rio Olympic Women’s Semifinals

The semifinals are set at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Three players will win medals for the first time.

Posted by Staff @ 12:14 am in Olympics | 2 Comments »

August 9th, 2016

Serena Williams Sent Out Of Rio Olympics By Elina Svitolina; Kerber, Keys, Kvitova Gold Favorites

Serena Williams’s Olympic career may have ended Tuesday night in Rio.

Posted by Staff @ 10:48 pm in Olympics | 1 Comment »

August 8th, 2016

Serena Saves Set Points at Rio Olympics; Tues. Packed Line-Up

“It was really big for me just to win that first set,” said Serena after saving two set points. “We’ve had so many tough matches in the past, so I couldn’t let the elements get into my head. I hadn’t played great against Alize in the past…so I thought how I at least wanted to get a win.”

Posted by Staff @ 11:44 pm in Rio, Tennis | 3 Comments »

August 8th, 2016

Serena Wins In Singles, Suffers First Loss In Doubles At Rio Olympics; Kerber-Bouchard Monday

The Williams sisters suffered their first defeat in the Olympics today.

Posted by Staff @ 12:23 am in Olympics | 1 Comment »

July 29th, 2016

Venus Williams, Eugenie Bouchard KO’d Out Of Montreal; Russians Rise Up As A New Champion Will Be Crowned

A new champion will be crowned Sunday at the Canadian Open women’s event after both former winners were knocked out on Thursday.

Posted by Staff @ 1:26 am in Canadian Open | No Comments »

July 26th, 2016

Petra Kvitova, Sam Stosur Advance In Montreal; Eugenie Bouchard v Lucie Safarova Tuesday

Eugenie Bouchard will hope to avoid the demons Tuesday in Montreal.

Posted by Staff @ 12:14 am in Canadian Open | 1 Comment »

July 23rd, 2016

Serena the Favorite, Bouchard Under Fire Entering WTA Canadian Open

Nine of the Top 10 are in Montreal next week for the Canadian Open, where world No. 1 Serena Williams will make her first appearance since Wimbledon.

Posted by Jeremy Davis @ 5:33 pm in Canadian Open, Tennis | 5 Comments »

July 2nd, 2016

Petra Kvitova Sent Out Of Wimbledon; Madison Keys, Simona Halep Advance; Serena Sunday

The Williams sisters are the only former champions left at Wimbledon!

Posted by Sean Randall @ 7:31 pm in Wimbledon | 8 Comments »

June 29th, 2016

Konta Avoids Brexit; Kvitova On Song; Thurs. Preview at Wimbledon

“So, of course, why not? I know it’s a big thing to build a roof. It’s not easy. But, of course, more roofs, would be better. I think in Australia at the moment, it’s the best.”

Posted by Staff @ 10:24 pm in Tennis, Wimbledon | 30 Comments »