WTA world number one scenarios in Cincinnati

WTA world number one scenarios in Cincinnati

By Noel John Alberto
The battle for world number one heats up at the Western and Southern Open as five different women can claim that title to earn the right to be the top seed at the US Open....
Caroline Wozniacki staying positive despite finals loss

Caroline Wozniacki staying positive despite finals loss

By Pete Borkowski
Caroline Wozniacki only won four games in the Rogers Cup final on Sunday, but the 2010 champion was not about to dwell on a rough defeat, preferring to focus on the positives from a breakthrough week....
WTA Cincinnati first round preview: Madison Keys vs Coco Vandeweghe

WTA Cincinnati first round preview: Madison Keys vs Coco Vandeweghe

By Noel John Alberto
Two friends meet once again, this time in the opening round as Madison Keys and Coco Vandeweghe square off....
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WTA Rogers Cup: Elina Svitolina powers to fifth title of 2017

Elina Svitolina’s fantastic 2017 season continued on Sunday in Toronto, as the 22-year-old Ukrainian dominated Caroline Wozniacki to win the Rogers Cup. The match was anybody’s to win in a wild first set that saw five breaks of serve, but Svitolina grabbed the late edge and never looked back, claiming her fifth title of 2017, and third Premier title of the season, with a 6-4, 6-0 victory. Back-and-forth Wozniacki, the 2010 Rogers Cup champion who was looking to become the first woman since Martina Hingis to have won Rogers Cup titles in both Montreal and Toronto, was under pressure right from the start, being forced to save a break point in the opening game of the match, which she did with an ace. Two games later, the Dane sent a forehand into the net at deuce to set up a second break point and this time, she chased down a lob from...
ATP Cincinnati: Western & Southern Open preview

ATP Cincinnati: Western & Southern Open preview ByNoel John Alberto

The battle for world number one is on with a guaranteed new world number one after this Masters 1000 event. But who will take it? Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal?...
Maria Sharapova withdraws from Western and Southern Open due to lingering forearm injury

Maria Sharapova withdraws from Western and Southern Open due to lingering forearm injury ByDon Han

Five-time Grand Slam champion and former world number one Maria Sharapova has announced her withdrawal from the Western and Southern Open held in Cincinnati due to a left forearm injury sustained in Stanford weeks ago, much to the disappointment of her fans....
WTA Cincinnati first round preview: Ekaterina Makarova vs Barbora Strycova

WTA Cincinnati first round preview: Ekaterina Makarova vs Barbora Strycova ByDon Han

Former Top 10 player Ekaterina Makarova takes on the feisty Czech Barbora Strycova in the first round of the Western and Southern Open as the winner earns a place in the second round to face third seed, Angelique Kerber....
Elina Svitolina staying positive during Rogers Cup run

Elina Svitolina staying positive during Rogers Cup run ByPete Borkowski

One match away from a third Premier title of 2017, Elina Svitolina explained to the media that she is trying to stay focused on continuously improving as she marches towards the top of the women's game....
WTA Rogers Cup: Elina Svitolina pulls double duty to end Halep's title defence

WTA Rogers Cup: Elina Svitolina pulls double duty to end Halep's title defence

By Pete Borkowski
Elina Svitolina made a seemingly impossible task look easy as she bounced back after defeating a top-four opponent this morning to dominate defending champion Simona Halep and book her spot in the final of the Rogers Cup....
Sloane Stephens: In my eyes, I won the tournament

Sloane Stephens: In my eyes, I won the tournament

By Pete Borkowski
American Sloane Stephens exceeded all expectations by reaching the semifinals of the Rogers Cup this week, including her own. And despite losing in the semifinals, Stephens is feeling great....
Caroline Wozniacki: It would be awesome to return to number one

Caroline Wozniacki: It would be awesome to return to number one

By Pete Borkowski
Last time Caroline Wozniacki won the Rogers Cup, it kicked off a run that led her to the number one ranking. Seven years later, she's one win away from another title in Canada. Is another stint at number one in the works?...
WTA Rogers Cup: Caroline Wozniacki ends Sloane Stephens' run in semifinals

WTA Rogers Cup: Caroline Wozniacki ends Sloane Stephens' run in semifinals ByPete Borkowski

After four hard-fought wins, Sloane Stephens' Cinderella run was halted in the semifinals of the Rogers Cup, falling to sixth seed Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets....
WTA Rogers Cup: Simona Halep races into semifinals

WTA Rogers Cup: Simona Halep races into semifinals ByPete Borkowski

World number two Simona Halep got a much-needed quick victory in the quarterfinals of the Rogers Cup on Saturday, sending Caroline Garcia packing in just over an hour....
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