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August 7th, 2022

Kasatkina Rallies Past Rogers For San Jose Title; Samsonova Victorious In D.C.

Russians won both WTA finals on Sunday.

Posted by Staff @ 11:53 pm in San Jose, Washington | Comments Off on Kasatkina Rallies Past Rogers For San Jose Title; Samsonova Victorious In D.C.

August 7th, 2022

Kyrgios Claims Another Washington Title, Cruises Past Nishioka

Nick Kyrgios sweeps Washington.

Posted by Staff @ 9:48 pm in Washington | Comments Off on Kyrgios Claims Another Washington Title, Cruises Past Nishioka

August 7th, 2022

Kasatkina Beats Badosa, Will Meet Rogers For San Jose Title

Shelby Rogers will seek her first career title Sunday in San Jose.

Posted by Staff @ 9:52 am in San Jose, Washington | Comments Off on Kasatkina Beats Badosa, Will Meet Rogers For San Jose Title

August 7th, 2022

Kyrgios Aims For Second Washington Title Against Nishioka

Nick Kyrgios will try to win his first title in three years.

Posted by Staff @ 9:40 am in Washington | 3 Comments »

August 6th, 2022

Badosa Better Than Gauff In San Jose, Jabeur, Sabalenka Out; Raducanu Falls In D.C.

Teen stars Emma Raducanu and Coco Gauff both tumbled Friday.

Posted by Staff @ 10:36 am in San Jose, Washington | Comments Off on Badosa Better Than Gauff In San Jose, Jabeur, Sabalenka Out; Raducanu Falls In D.C.

August 6th, 2022

Kyrgios Saves 5 MPs, Rublev Advances In Stormy D.C.; Medvedev v Norrie In Los Cabos Final

The summer of Nick continued in D.C.

Posted by Staff @ 10:20 am in Washington | Comments Off on Kyrgios Saves 5 MPs, Rublev Advances In Stormy D.C.; Medvedev v Norrie In Los Cabos Final

August 5th, 2022

Medvedev, Auger-Aliassime Advance In Los Cabos; Kyrgios-Opelka Halted Due To Rain In D.C.

The Top 4 seeds are into the semifinals in Los Cabos. Nick Kyrgios could play three matches Friday in D.C.

Posted by Staff @ 6:21 am in Washington | Comments Off on Medvedev, Auger-Aliassime Advance In Los Cabos; Kyrgios-Opelka Halted Due To Rain In D.C.

August 5th, 2022

Gauff Ousts Osaka In San Jose, Sakkari Upset, Sabalenka Survives; Raducanu Wins Marathon

The fourth meeting between WTA stars Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka went to the teen.

Posted by Staff @ 6:02 am in San Jose, Washington | Comments Off on Gauff Ousts Osaka In San Jose, Sakkari Upset, Sabalenka Survives; Raducanu Wins Marathon

August 1st, 2022

Rublev, Kyrgios, Murray Star In American-Heavy ATP Washington

Andy Murray opens his summer hard court season this week in D.C. where he made the finals in 2006.

Posted by Staff @ 12:37 am in Washington | Comments Off on Rublev, Kyrgios, Murray Star In American-Heavy ATP Washington

August 1st, 2022

Venus Williams Makes Return In Washington; Halep, Raducanu In Field

Venus Williams leads a host of Grand Slam winners in Washington.

Posted by Staff @ 12:22 am in Washington | Comments Off on Venus Williams Makes Return In Washington; Halep, Raducanu In Field

August 9th, 2021

Sinner Grabs Biggest Title In Washington, Takes Out McDonald

Jannik Sinner wins his first ATP 500 series event.

Posted by Staff @ 12:13 am in Washington | 9 Comments »

August 8th, 2021

Sinner To Meet McDonald For Washington Title

Someone wins their biggest career title Sunday in Washington.

Posted by Staff @ 1:12 am in Washington | Comments Off on Sinner To Meet McDonald For Washington Title

August 7th, 2021

Sinner To Face Brooksby In Washington SF, Nishikori Advances

There will be an under 21 in the Washington final on Sunday.

Posted by Staff @ 1:21 am in Washington | Comments Off on Sinner To Face Brooksby In Washington SF, Nishikori Advances

August 6th, 2021

Nadal Falters To Harris In Washington D.C. Shocker; Sinner Rallies Past Korda

Rafael Nadal is out of D.C., but his foot is feeling better.

Posted by Staff @ 9:21 am in Washington | 8 Comments »

August 5th, 2021

Nadal Needs Final Set Breaker To Sack Sock In Washington Debut, But Foot Is A Concern

Will Rafael Nadal continue in Washington?

Posted by Staff @ 9:53 am in Washington | Comments Off on Nadal Needs Final Set Breaker To Sack Sock In Washington Debut, But Foot Is A Concern