The Top Five Female Contenders for Wimbledon

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The field on the WTA is as open as it has ever been. A case to prove just that was seeing heavy-hitting 20-year-old Jelena Ostapenko smash her way through the field at Roland Garros–she has always been talented, but it was a surprise for many, given the form that Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina, and Kristina […] READ MORE


Alison Riske: “I Can Step on the Grass and Everything Kind of Falls Into Place”

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The French Open is over which can mean only one thing. The grass court season has arrived. For players like Alison Riske, this signals the start of a short but vital part of the season where points and tournaments come thick and fast. The destination pencilled into the American’s calendar every year is Nottingham. She […] READ MORE


Halep vs. Pliskova The Key Match of Roland Garros Women’s Semifinals

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The Women’s semifinals are set in Paris, as elite players Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova will face off to be the favorite in the final against either Jelena Ostapenko or Timea Bacsinszky. Ryan Schick and Yesh Ginsburg offer their previews, with predictions. Jelena Ostapenko vs. Timea Bacsinszky Embed from Getty Images Ryan: The semifinal everyone saw […] READ MORE


Pliskova, Kerber, Halep, Svitolina Fight for World No. 1

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With Serena Williams out for most of the rest of this season due to her pregnancy, the race for WTA No. 1 is wide open. Angelique Kerber currently holds the spot, but after a first round exit in Paris she is vulnerable. In addition, three of the top six ranked players will be playing in […] READ MORE


Who Can Emerge From The WTA Chaos To Clinch Roland Garros?

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The women’s tour in 2017 so far can be only described by one word: chaos. The year wears on, and the play that is 2017 WTA season is nearing the finale of Act II, the clay season climaxing in Paris with the second Grand Slam of the year. It is quite obvious that the champion […] READ MORE


Victoria Azarenka to Return in Stanford

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The tennis world will be buzzing with the news regarding Victoria Azarenka. Just seven months after the birth of her son she will return to the WTA circuit. The return will be made in the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford. Azarenka has already triumphed in this tournament in 2010 with a 6-4, 6-1 […] READ MORE


All-Russian Women’s Final Has Kuznetsova, Vesnina Face Off

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Serena Williams’ withdrawal days before the start of the tournament created a wide-open field — it was anyone’s title to win. Yet, few foresaw an all-Russian final in the form of World #8 Svetlana Kuznetsova and World #15 Elena Vesnina. These two fierce competitors are flying high, having made it this far and knocking out tough […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions Australian Open Women’s Quarterfinals–Including Serena-Konta

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We’re up to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Our panelists are here to predict all four of the women’s matches. Today’s panelists are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), along with writers Jeff Crady and John Lupo. Panelists Predictions Australian Open Women’s Quarterfinals Garbine Muguruza vs Coco Vandeweghe Yesh: Muguruza has looked strong this tournament, but she […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions for Australian Open Women’s Day 8 Including Williams-Strycova

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(5)Karolina Pliskova vs. (22)Daria Gavrilova Embed from Getty Images Steen: Pliskova leads Dasha 2-0 in the h2h and has been solid all month (8-0 in 2017). Gavrilova is a great player, but having survived three setters, three straight times, Pliskova is going to be too much I’d imagine. Pliskova in 2 sets Sam: Karolina Pliskova had […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions Australian Open Women’s Day 6–Including Wozniacki/Konta

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We’re wrapping up the third round of the Australian Open. We’ve had some upsets and some great matches already. Who will book the final spots in the second week? Our panelists are here to predict five of the day’s best matches. Today’s panelists are the editor team of myself (Yesh Ginsburg), Steen Kirby, and Sam […] READ MORE