This Tuesday, four players—Duarte Vale, Miguel Gomes, Hugo Maia, and Francisco Rocha—all successfully defended their spots in the second round of the ITF M25 tournament in Idanha-a-Nova, the second straight competition in this category to be held in this part of the nation’s heart. Since it is just Miguel Gomes’ second and Hugo Maia’s third… Continue reading Pigossi recovers in the duo and advances to the quarterfinals
Sara Sorribes of Spain defeated Ana Bogdan of Romania in the WTA Palermo (Italy) match with scores of 6-2, 4-6, and 2-6. She is making progress following the rib injury she sustained at the Rome event. Both women broke each other’s serves in the first game of the first set, but things got tough for… Continue reading Sara Sorribes triumphs in Palermo after a challenging start.
Four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka will play in San Jose, California, in a week after agreeing to do so. Osaka, 24, has been out since the French Open due to an Achilles injury and has missed the entire grass-court season. After a two-month break, Naomi Osaka of Japan will compete in the North American… Continue reading Confirmation of Naomi Osaka’s return competition
Since Emma Raducanu won the US Open in such an unexpected manner, she has been a recurrent topic of discussion in the world of tennis, which is especially notable given that her following successes have not been as impressive as her previous accomplishment. However, John McEnroe has asserted that there is a vast reservoir of… Continue reading “Do not ask me whether Raducanu will become a great player, because she already is,” said McEnroe.
Anett Kontaveit is a shining illustration of how exposure to Covid-19 may reduce a person’s physical capabilities. The Estonian player, who is presently ranked number two in the world, had a difficult time getting back to feeling well. For example, she was eliminated from Wimbledon in the second round. However, she is currently feeling much… Continue reading After Covid-19, Kontaveit breaks into another grin and says, “Now I feel one hundred percent”
Jasmine Paolini made a convincing debut at the Palermo Ladies Open. In the final match on the center court, the Italian needed just over an hour to defeat Slovak Anna-Karolina Schmiedlova (76 WTA) with a decisive 6-3 6-1 score. Due to the break she received in the first game, the 26-year-old Tuscan, who is ranked… Continue reading WTA Palermo, Paolini ahead of time: defeating Schmiedlova in two sets
On Monday, Shuai Zhang defeated Rebekah Masarova 7-6(3), 7-6(7) to go to the second round of the Palermo Ladies Open. The match was finished by Zhang in 1 hour, 55 minutes. Compared to the Spaniard’s 67 percent, Zhang won 74% of her first serve points. In contrast, Masarova won 53 percent more points than Zhang… Continue reading Palermo Ladies Open: Sara Sorribes Tormo stays calm as Shuai Zhang enters the second round.
Seed number two At the beginning of the European Open in Hamburg, Daria Kasatkina was defeated in her first match. Katerina Siniakova of the Czech Republic prevailed over the world No. 12 in a match that lasted two hours and 34 minutes. While Siniakova won 60 percent of the points she served up with her… Continue reading Hamburg European Open: No. 2 seed Daria Kasatkina goes out in the first round.
Until now, Martina Trevisan has never competed in an event on the WTA Tour with the number one ranking on her back. In Palermo, she’ll be able to do so in the comfort of her own home. Elisabetta Cocciaretto of Corriere dello Sport interviewed the Italian number one, who had just returned from a remarkable… Continue reading “It’s the results that give me this role”: Trevisan speaks before Palermo debut
The Lausanne Ladies Open 2022 has awarded Petra Martic the title of champion. On Sunday, the Croatian defeated Olga Danilovic of Serbia in one hour and thirty minutes with a score of 6-4 and 6-2. Martic was presented with one break point, which she had the opportunity to save, but she was only successful in… Continue reading Petra Martic wins Ladies Open Lausanne against Olga Danilovic.