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Author: Henry Wancke

Stanford | Keys takes the final honours

Madison Keys won the Stanford Classic in a straight sets victory over her American compatriot CoCo Vandeweghe and looks to have fully recovered her lost form after battling with injuries and wrist surgery which side-lined her for two months earlier this...

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Montreal | Murray joins Rogers Cup exodus

The Rogers Cup is suffering from a series of serious withdrawals which could also have a bearing on the US Open draws in due course. World No.1 Andy Murray is the latest to decide against playing so as to give his hip further time to heal in order to be able to compete in the last major of the...

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Washington | Top seeds cruise through

Both the seeded favourites Dominic Thiem and Simona Halep reached the round of 16 in their respective ATP and WTA Citi Open events of the US Open warm-up event. Austria’s seventh-ranked Thiem, a French Open semi-finalist last June, waited out a rain delay then needed only 63-minutes to dispatch 96th-ranked Swiss Henri Laaksonen 6-3...

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Stanford | Sharapova makes winning return

Maria Sharapova won her first professional match on US soil in over two years following her 15-month drug suspension and more recently, a hip injury picked up in Rome. But the former world number one and five-time grand slam winner, didn’t have it all here own way in here opening match at the Stanford Classic with Jennifer Brady of the US taking her to three sets, albeit collapsing in the...

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Bastad | Siniakova stunns Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki reached her fifth final of the season only to fall at the last hurdle for a fifth time! This time the seventh seeded Czech Katerina Siniakova stunned the former World No. 1 and top seed form Denmark 6-3 6-4 to win the Ericsson Open on clay in Bastad, Sweden, for her second career WTA...

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Hamburg | Mayer beats Mayer

At the German Open in Hamburg, the title as won by a lucky loser making it the second time in successive weeks that the champion’s mantle fell on the shoulders of a player who initially failed to make the main draw. Last week it was Andrey Rublev who won the Croatian Open, this time it was Leonardo Mayer in what was another ironic twist, as the Argentinian beat his namesake Florian Mayer of Germany, 6-4 4-6...

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