Bolsova Vaults Up The Rankings


Mover of the Week: Aliona Bolsova Twenty-one-year-old Aliona Bolsova had an impressive run to the round of sixteen at the French Open; her reward, a career high ranking that placed her in the top hundred for the first time in her career. Bolsova perhaps ran out of energy in her seventh match, which would have…

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Pera Back In The Top Hundred


MOVER OF THE WEEK A little about the Croatian born American player: Bernarda Pera started playing on the ITF Circuit back in 2009. At twenty-four years old, she has yet to win her first singles title on the WTA Tour. While thirty is the new twenty, Pera still needs to make a move now to…

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MOVER OF THE WEEK: Lorenzo Sonego


Lorenzo Sonego had the tournament of his career at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters this past week. Cheered on by the Italian fans, the twenty-three-year old rode the wave of confidence to the quarterfinals. It was his best showing at a Masters tournament; unfortunately, it ended when he came up against the red-hot Serbian, Dusan Lajovic….

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