Amanda Anisimova Wins First Title in Bogota

Amanda Anisimova

Claro Colsanitas Open, Bogota Championship Match: [76] Amanda Anisimova (USA) vs. [138] Astra Sharma (AUS) In 2018, Anisimova lost the chance for her first title in Japan when Su-Wei Hsieh defeated her in straight sets after she had practically dominated the field. Today, she wanted a different result; however, things did not start off well…

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Keys Defeats Wozniacki For Charleston Title

Keys

Volvo Car Open, Charleston Championship Match: [13] Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) vs. [18] Madison Keys (USA) Both players are riding low on confidence and each was seeking a victory to jump-start their 2019 season. Both have suffered injuries and illness that have not only wreaked havoc on their bodies, but also on their games and their…

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Barty Tames Pliskova For Miami Title

Barty tames Pliskova

Miami Open, USA Championship Match: [7] Karolina Pliskova (CZE) vs. [11] Ashleigh Barty (AUS) This would be the fifth career meeting between them, and they were tied at two wins each. Interesting tidbit, they alternated wins in the past and if the trend continued today, Barty was due to win. The two matches that the…

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Mladenovic Turns The Tables On Osaka

Tables

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, UAE [1] Naomi Osaka (JPN) vs. [67] Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) For the second consecutive year, Osaka faced Mladenovic in Dubai; however, this time there would be no domination by the Japanese player. Mladenovic seems to have recovered the form that once saw her ranked as high as number ten. She…

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