Coco Gauff Steals The Show

WIMBLEDON, Great Britain DAY ONE SEEDED UPSETS [2] Naomi Osaka (JPN) lost to her nemesis for the third consecutive time in straight sets. Although Osaka went up an early break in the first set, she never seemed quite comfortable with the lead and [46] Yulia Putintseva (KAZ) gradually worked her way back into the match…

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First Title For Fritz & Sonego

Nature Valley International, Great Britain Men’s Championship Match: [42] Taylor Fritz (USA) vs. [79] Sam Querrey (USA) Tied 2:2, today’s winner would take the slight lead in their head-to-head. Fritz came out with a mission and he accomplished it fully. He saved his best tennis for the final and Querrey’s look of resignation admitted as…

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Kerber Wins In Eastbourne


Nature Valley International, Great Britain [5] Angelique Kerber (GER) vs. [7] Simona Halep (ROU) In a battle of former number ones, Kerber came out victorious. The German was pushed by Halep and was forced to elevate her game to secure the straight sets victory (6-4, 6-3). Halep may have led their head-to-head 6:4 prior to…

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Ostapenko Stops Stephens In Eastbourne


Nature Valley International, Great Britain [9] Sloane Stephens (USA) vs. [31] Jelena Ostapenko (LAT) It has been an unimpressive 2019 season for former French Open champion, Ostapenko. What has always been her Achilles heel has come back to negatively impact her game. The Latvian has always struggled with her serve and despite the power she…

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Matteo Berrettini Strikes Again

Matteo Berrettini

Noventi Open, Germany [9] Karen Khachanov (RUS) vs. [22] Matteo Berrettini (ITA) Perhaps it did not come as much of a surprise to the Berrettini Team as he has defeated the Russian the previous two times they played this year. The young Italian is on fire and he will like to ride this wave all…

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