Jelena Ostapenko - News and More
- Nationality: LAT (Latvia)
- Birthdate: June 08, 1997
- Age: 22 years old
- Birthplace: Riga, Latvia
- Residence: Riga, Latvia
- Turned Pro: Pro (2012)
- Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
- Coach: Jelena Jakovleva (mother)
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- Serena Draws Sharapova At US Open; Barty Back To No. 1?
- Nicole Gibbs who is coming back from a cancer scare. The Romanian is joined by other Slam winners Petra Kvitova, Garbine Muguruza, Jelena Ostapenko, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Caroline Wozniacki and 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens. Plus Indian Wells and Cincinnati winner Bianca Andreesc...
- Serena Slams Osaka, Halep Retires; Andreescu Keeps Winning In Toronto
- last two games before Halep pulled the plug.
Bouzkova now has three straight wins this week over Slam winners - Sloane Stephens, Jelena Ostapenko and Halep. She now looks ahead to Serena.
"Of course I'm disappointed that Simona had to retire today," Bouzkova said. "I really enjoyed...
- Serena, Osaka Advance To Friday Showdown In Toronto; Andreescu To Face Pliskova
- title defense dominating Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-2, 6-1. The Romanian will now meet the surprising Czech Maria Bouzkova who crushed Jelena Ostapenko 6-2, 6-2.
“The fact that I'm back in quarterfinals here means a lot to me. It feels like I'm getting back the rhythm which I had in Wi...
- Kontaveit Outslugs Sharapova; Wozniacki, Bencic Early Toronto Winners; Andreescu-Bouchard On Deck
- to the next round."
Belinda Bencic dominated teenage qualifier Anastasia Potapova 6-2, 6-1 and former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko put together her first Canadian win beating Caroline Garcia 6-3, 6-3.
In the big upset of the day, Ukrainian youngster Dayana Yastremska...
- Serena, Halep, Barty Lead 9 Of Top 10 In Toronto Masters
- Kenin-Hsieh, Azarenka-Giorgi, Collins-Siniakova, Saurez Navarro-Venus, Sharapova-Kontaveit, Kerber-Kasatkina, Andreescu-Bouchard, Garcia-Ostapenko, Wozniacki-Putintseva.
2012 champion Petra Kvitova withdrew due to her forearm.
Last year, Halep beat Stephens in a 3-set final.
- Konta Cruises Past Stephens To Reach First French Open SF; Halep Takes On Anisimova
- fading, Vondrousova got another break and pulled it out.
Vondrousova becomes the first teen to make the French semifinals since Jelena Ostapenko two years ago.
“[Ostapenko] did amazing things that year, and she was the same age as me,” Vondrousova said, acknowledging the Latvi...
- Unseeded Sharapova Joins Halep, Ostapenko in Shenzhen Title Chase; Preview
- Wozniacki Wallops Svitolina, Halep Wins At WTA Finals; Venus v Ostapenko Tues.
- Desert Finals: Stan Wawrinka v Marcos Baghdatis In Dubai, Jelena Ostapenko v Carla Suarez Navarro In Doha
- Dimitrov, Zverev, Ostapenko And Venus Open Play Sunday At French Open
- Halep, Teenager Ostapenko Advance to French Final, No. 1 on the Line
- Ostapenko Stuns Halep for 1st WTA Title at French Open