The Struggle Is Real For Sloane Stephens

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Abierto GNP Seguros, Monterrey [37] Sloane Stephens (USA) vs. [126] Leylah Annie Fernandez (CAN) Former US Open champion (2017) and Roland Garros finalist (2018), American Sloane Stephens has been struggling since late September 2018 to find the form that saw her get to two major finals. We have seen this drop off in quality of…

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Ostapenko Stops Stephens In Eastbourne

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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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Teenage Movement In Effect At Roland Garros

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE Three teenagers remain in the draw, and by the end of play tomorrow, there will two teenagers in the quarterfinals. Either a teenage American or a teenage Pole will join the teenage Czech in their first major quarterfinals.  [12] Anastasija Sevastova (LAT) vs. [38] Marketa Vondrousova (CZE): the quarterfinals of a major…

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Day One Upsets At Roland Garros

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE It is the second major of the year and everyone gets pumped at the opportunity of hitting gold. The prospect of winning a major is one of the driving forces in the minds of every tennis player and each person steps on court with that belief. While the probability of winning is…

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Stephens’ Miraculous Comeback

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BNP PARIBAS WTA Finals Singapore Semifinals:  [6] Sloane Stephens (USA) vs. [8] Karolina Pliskova (CZE) Stephens lost the first eight games of the match before she shed the nerves and found the game that won her the US Open title in 2017. It looked pretty grim for the American, who could not keep the ball…

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