Pavlyuchenkova beats No.1 Kerber for FOURTH Monterrey title

Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova captured her ninth WTA title and fourth in Monterrey by beating Angelique Kerber in the final featuring the tournament's top two seeds. The second-seeded Pavlyuchenkova recorded the biggest victory of her career by...

First time in WTA history: 16 tournaments, 16 different champions in 2019

New times bring new vibes and the latest vibe in the WTA world is that of unpredictability -- there are no dominant players that can sleepwalk through the first few rounds of tournaments and...

Nicole Vaidisova makes first WTA main draw since comeback, to face Ana Ivanovic in Monterrey

Nicole Vaidisova used to be one of the most promising young players, but then while still on the rise she retired and got married in 2010. In 2013 she separated from her husband, fellow tennis player Radek Stepanek,...

Marion Bartoli defeats Li Na to win Monterrey Open title

Second seed Marion Bartoli of France won her 300th career singles match and first title this year, beating China's Li Na 6-4 6-3 in the final of the Monterrey Open in Mexico. Bartoli’s biggest competition...

Timea Bacsinszky becomes the queen of Mexico

Does Timea Bacsinszky have some Mexican blood? :) The Swiss born to Hungarian parents has won ten matches in a row on Mexican soil, and after her last weekend's triumph in Acapulco, the 25-year-old added...

Anastasija Sevastova upsets Jelena Jankovic at Monterrey Open

Top seed Jelena Jankovic suffered an upset in the opening round of the $220,000 Monterrey Open in Mexico, falling to world No.72 Anastasija Sevastova in their first encounter. The ninth-ranked Jankovic saved set point down...

Muguruza closes hardcourt season with Monterrey title

Before switching to her favorite clay courts, Venezuelan-born Garbine Muguruza crowned her hardcourt season at the Abierto GNP Seguros in Monterrey, Mexico. After victories over local wildcard Renata Zarazua, Alison Riske, eighth seed Ajla Tomljanovic and sixth seed...

Kvitova, Li, Zvonareva, Williams withdraw from this week’s tournaments

Three top players, Petra Kvitova, Li Na, and Vera Zvonareva, have announced withdrawals for the $2,000,000 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, while Serena Williams will skip the Whirlpool Monterrey Open. World No.3 Kvitova announced on...

Hungarian Timea Babos, 18, wins first WTA title in Monterrey

When Timea Babos came to Bogota last week, she had just one WTA main draw win in her biography, but then she reached the semifinals of Bogota and the following week, at the Whirlpool...

WTA stars turn into zombies at Monterrey player party

Players usually try to look their best at player parties, carefully planning glamorous outfits, but at the Monterrey Open in Mexico our WTA stars loosened up, turning the event into the night of zombie...
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