Will Bouchard Rediscover Her Form?

Perhaps we can trace the decline in confidence back to the initial insult. In 2014, Eugenie Bouchard got to the Wimbledon final and many expected it to be a great match against Petra Kvitova (Kvitova had won Wimbledon in 2011) because Bouchard had stormed through the draw without losing a set. Yet, she got to…

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Vandeweghe Wins 1st Match Post Injury

MUBADALA Silicon Valley Classic, San Jose USA [91] Marie Bouzkova (CZE) vs. [636] Coco Vandeweghe (USA) September 2018 was the last time Vandeweghe played a singles WTA match prior to last night. The American has had issues with her ankle/foot in the past but this time it serious and potentially career ending. The injury showed…

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Ferro, Jarry & Rybakina Are 1st Time Champions

Ladies Open Lausanne: Women’s Final [48] Alize Cornet (FRA) vs. [98] Fiona Ferro (FRA) The twenty-two-year-old defeated her countrywoman, long-time veteran Cornet, in three sets.  In a match that showed fluctuating levels in confidence, it was the player that kept her belief strong who came out victorious. In the first meeting between these two French…

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