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WTA Roundup | Juvan upsets Pliskova in Strasbourg, while Trevisan lines up Liu in Rabat final

WTA 250 - Internationaux de Strasbourg, France Unseeded Slovenian Kaja Juvan upset top seed Karolina Pliskova from the Czech Republic on Friday to advance to her first WTA final at the Internationaux de Strasbourg in France.

Paris | Final 8 qualifiers make Roland Garros main draw

The final 8 qualifiers for the French Open were determined on Friday, and leading the charge into the main draw was Canada’s Rebecca Marino with a 6-2 6-0 win over Australia's Seone Mendez.

Paris | Women’s Preview – Who will challenge clear favourite Swiatek?

The draw for the French Open was conducted on Thursday evening and, unsurprisingly, heading the field is World No 1 Iga Swiatek, who is bidding to win her second Roland Garros title, but the favourite for the title has dangerous floaters in her path to a second final...

London | ATP, WTA and ITF face backlash after stripping Wimbledon of ranking points

The decision by the ATP, WTA and ITF to strip Wimbledon of ranking points as a punishment over the AELTC’s ban on Russian and Belarusian players from competing at The Championships has been met with outrage on the part of many.

London | Full statements by ATP, WTA and ITF on removal of ranking points at Wimbledon

Tennis Threads posts the full statements made by the ATP, WTA and ITF on Friday 20 May on the stripping of Ranking Points at this year's Championships at Wimbledon.

Lyon | Norrie scrambles through to final

Cameron Norrie no doubt breathed a sigh of relief when he finally closed out his semi-final clash against the fast-rising Danish star Holger Rune to reach the title round of the Lyon Open in the South of France.

Geneva | Ruud in final for second consecutive year

Casper Ruud has maintained his run of undefeated matches at the Geneva Open to reach the title round for a second consecutive year where he hopes to successfully defend his title in final preparation for the French Open which starts on Sunday.

Lyon | Norrie remains on track

Cameron Norrie is on course to collect the Lyons Open title after outlasting Argentina’s Sebastian Baez 6-4 4-6 7-5 to reach the semi-finals of the ATP 250 tournament on the south coast of France for a third time.

Geneva | Ruud favourite to keep title

Casper Ruud produced another strong performance and looked very comfortable on the clay in his quest to retain the Geneva Open title by defeating Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis after 104-minutes 6-4 7-6(3) to reach the semi-finals at the Gonet Geneva Open.

Paris | Junior champ makes main draw as qualifiers determined

On Thursday, Linda Noskova, the reigning junior champion at Roland Garros, became the youngest woman to qualify for the French Open in Paris since 2009, joining 8 others to make it into the main draw, while the remaining hopefuls await the outcome of their 3rd-round...
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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 title.

Caroline has had such a great season and it's so much pressure to play against you. I'm sorry I won! I was just enjoying the game even in the tough conditions. Katerina Siniakova

“It’s really amazing for me,” Siniakova said after the rain delayed final. “Last year was really good, and so I’m so happy that I came back because I couldn’t imagine a better week.

“Caroline has had such a great season and it’s so much pressure to play against you. I’m sorry I won! I was just enjoying the game even in the tough conditions.”

Wozniacki concurred: “It was a tough match. Katerina played very well, so congratulations on winning the title. I’m sure we’ll have many more matches. It’s been a good week.”

At the Jiangzi Open China’s Peng Shuai claimed the title when she overpowered unseeded Nao Hibino 6-3 6-2 in a one-sided final.

The 31-year-old Peng made light work of the Japanese in just under 90 minutes to add to the maiden WTA singles crown she won last year, also on home soil, in Tianjin.

The hard court tournament, where sweltering temperatures troubled players throughout the week, had opened up nicely for Peng when compatriot and top seed Zhang Shuai and European stars Jelena Jankovic and Kristyna Pliskova all crashed out early.

 






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