Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 2 Matches–Including Wozniacki/Kuznetsova

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We’re back for the second day of the biggest tournament in tennis. There are so many amazing matches on the slate that we couldn’t think of just five–we have six for you today. Predicting today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), editor Steen Kirby, and contributor John Lupo. Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 2 Roberta Vinci […] READ MORE


Konta Books Match with Wimbledon Champion Kvitova

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On Day 3 of the Aegon International in Eastbourne, British No. 1 player Johanna Konta faces Petra Kvitova in the third round of the event. Konta came through Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko in straight sets, while Kvitova got past Timea Babos in their respective second round matches. Konta and Kvitova have met just the once before, […] READ MORE


Brits Johanna Konta and Heather Watson exit the Aegon Classic on Day 5

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Both British representatives exited the Aegon Classic on Day 5. It was a disappointing day for Johanna Konta and Heather Watson, with both going out in the second round. Watson lost her respective match in straight sets 7-5 6-4 to Barbora Strycova, a good all-court player. One of the elements to Heather Watson’s game that is […] READ MORE


Johanna Konta Starts Birmingham Campaign

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Following fantastic results at Grand Slam level and successfully attaining Top 20 status, Johanna Konta will be searching to consolidate those results and thus become a consistently performing Top 20 player. The meteoric rise to the higher echelons of the women’s game became visible at the US Open last year, where Konta won six matches […] READ MORE



Muguruza Denies Serena 22 in Paris

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The vast majority of fans and analysts looked at this year’s French Open final as Serena Williams‘ chance to get to 22 grand slam titles and tie Steffi Graf‘s total. Garbine Muguruza was not part of that group though. Muguruza took the match in straight sets, 7-5 6-4. Garbine Muguruza Wins the 2016 French Open Women’s […] READ MORE



British History Being Made At The 2016 Australian Open

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The last time a British woman was in a Grand Slam Semifinal was back in 1983. The lady in question was Jo Durie at that years US Open. Since then British women have failed to make deep Grand Slam runs, but Johanna Konta ,the British #1, changed that. Konta had taken some big scalps on her way […] READ MORE


Women's Australian Open Semifinals Preview

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Semifinal #1: Agnieszka Radwanska, the #4 seed from Poland, versus Serena Williams, the #1 seed from the United States. As with any match Williams plays, it is really hard to bet against her. That being said here is how the match sets up. Williams and Radwanska have played eight matches on the WTA tour. Williams […] READ MORE