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- Halep Saves Match Points; Pliskova, Muguruza Advance In Dubai
- champion Simona Halep opened her Dubai with a tough 3-set win over Ons Jabeur 1-6, 6-2, 7-6(7). Halep, the 2015 winner, was well ahead after dropping the first set, running off 10 of 13 games to lead 4-1 up in the third. Jabeur bounced back then did again in the breaker wher...
- Muguruza Stops Clijsters' Comeback In Dubai
- 'Okay, what's going to happen?'" "I'm sure she's going to get better and better, for sure, give us a lot of trouble." Elsewhere, Ons Jabeur, Elise Mertens, French finalist Marketa Vondrousova and Barbora Strycova were also first round winners. On Tuesday, Elina Svitolina will...
- Barty Gets Revenge On Kvitova, Reaches Australian Open SF; Halep, Muguruza Wed. Favorites
- 1 will be the big favorite on Thursday against first-time surprise Slam semifinalist Sofia Kenin. The 21-year-old American got through Ons Jabeur 6-4, 6-4 in a battle of unlikely quarterfinalists. “It feels really good. I'm super excited for it," said Kenin. "I think overall I pl...
- Halep, Muguruza Storm Into Australian QFs; Barty Out For Revenge On Kvitova
- 6-2. Kerber's exit confirms a new Australian Open women's champion. Tomorrow, the quarterfinals begin with Sofia Kenin and Ons Jabeur playing their first Slam last eight. But the big match is between No. 1 Ash Barty and 2019 runner-up Petra Kvitova. The Czech upended Barty...
- Kenin KOs Coco At Australian Open, Barty Party Continues; Halep, Kerber
- and friend Caty McNally are still in the doubles draw. Kenin won't be the only surprise in the last eight. The 75th-ranked Ons Jabeur is next after the 25-year-old became the first player from Tunisia to reach a Slam quarterfinal following her win over Qiang Wang 7-6(4), 6...
- Gauff Stuns, Serena Gets Stunned At Australian Open, Wozniacki Retires; Halep, Svitolina-Muguruza Sat.
- Wozniacki bid her farewell to tennis. The 29-year-old who won the Australian Open in 2018, fell just short of moving on in a loss to Ons Jabeur 7-5, 3-6, 7-5. Jabeur, the first Arab woman into a Slam fourth round, was all over Wozniacki early, but the Dane fought back in the second ...