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- Swiatek, Gauff Moves Closer To French QF Collision; Sabalenka, Pegula v Mertens Fri.
- Andreescu dismissed American Emma Navarro 6-1, 6-4. And 16-year-old teen Mirra Andreeva had a comfortable win over France's Diane Parry 6-1, 6-2 to set up an intriguing clash Saturday with Gauff. "When I was her age, I didn't think about," Gauff said of Andreeva's age. "A...
- Swiatek Starts Slow, Then Rolls At French Open; Gauff, Andreescu Rally; Pegula v Giorgi Wed.
- (53y,r) Brenda Fruhvirtova 6-4, 6-2. Ons Jabeur handled recent Rabat winner Lucia Bronzetti in straight sets 6-4, 6-1. Frenchwoman Diane Parry upset Rome finalist Anhelina Kalinina 6-2, 6-3. Italy's Jasmine Paolini surprised the 30th-seeded Sorana Cirstea 7-5, 2-6, 6-2. Petra Marti...
- Garcia Escapes Wang Test At French Open, Svitolina Back; Swiatek, Gauff, Rybakina Tues.
- Barbora Krejcikova faces Lesia Tsurenko, No. 18 Victoria Azarenka battles Bianca Andreescu. Rome finalist Anhelina Kalinina draws Diane Parry, No. 30 Sorana Cirstea meets Jasmine Paolini, No. 31 Marie Bouzkova will meet Xinyu Wang and No. 32 Shelby Rogers squares off against Petra...
- French Open Women's Draw Preview: Swiatek Could Face Krejcikova, Gauff, Rybakina Before Final
- 1 Swiatek, 6 Gauff, 11 Kudermetova, 13 Krejcikova, 18 Azarenka, 20 Keys, 25 Kalinina, 31 Bouzkova, Floaters: Andreescu, Tsurenko, Kanepi, Parry, Mladenovic Notable openers: Iga Swiatek-Cristina Bucsa, Victoria Azarenka-Bianca Andreescu, Lesia Tsurenko-Barbora Krejcikova, Veronika K...
- Garcia Makes History, Beats Kvitova To Become First Qualifier To Win Cincinnati Masters
- Maria Sakkari, Jessica Pegula and Aryna Sabalenka. In her first round of qualifying, the Frenchwoman was down a set to countrywoman Diane Parry. In the final, she never dropped serve saving all eight break points faced. "Every match, every day was a new day, new challenge. Eve...
- Kerber Falls Mertens At Wimbledon, Jabeur Tough; Gauff, Swiatek, Kvitova Sat.
- been a quarterfinal opponent but now the road for the world No. 2 is even easier. Today, Jabeur crushed 19-year-old Frenchwoman Diane Parry 6-2, 6-3 to win her 8th straight match. "It honestly easy to go down like every time when she slices," Jabeur said. "But I love playing ...