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Transferring tennis practice performance to the tournament environment

If you put a lot of effort into your tennis career, it is normal that you expect good results. When players work hard and consistently lose in opening rounds, something has to be wrong. Our Marcin Bieniek, a professional tennis coach and founder of instructional Enjoy Tennis Blog, is dedicating this...

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2 days ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Amanda Anisimova Wins First WTA Tour Title – Mondays with Bob Greene

Amanda Anisimova Wins First WTA Tour Title – Mondays with Bob Greene

Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Benoit Paire beat Pablo Andujar 6-2 6-3 to win the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech, Morocco Christian Garin beat Casper Ruud 6-7 (4) 6-4 6-3 to win the Fayez Sarofim & Co. US Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston, Texas Polona Hercog beat Iga Swiatek 6-3...

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4 days ago, World Tennis Magazine, WTA

Sharma misses out on Bogota WTA title

Sharma misses out on Bogota WTA title

Astra Sharma comes within two games of winning her first WTA title before falling to American Amanda Anisimova…

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4 days ago, Tennis Australia, WTA

Sharma into WTA Bogota final

Sharma into WTA Bogota final

Continuing her stellar week in Bogota, Astra Sharma beats Lara Arruabarrena in straight sets to reach her first…

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5 days ago, Tennis Australia, WTA

Aust's Sharma storms into first WTA final

Australian Astra Sharma has booked her place in a maiden WTA final with an upset semi-final victory over for Bogota champion Lara Arruabarrena.

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5 days ago, The West Australian, WTA

Caro throws bachelorette party in the Bahamas with Serena and Gibbsy

Caroline Wozniacki and several girlfriends, including fellow tennis stars Serena Williams and Nicole Gibbs, celebrated the 28-year-old Dane’s last days as a single lady in the Bahamas. As you remember, the former world No.1 and Australian Open champion got engaged to retired NBA player David Lee...

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6 days ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Bogota: Sharma reaches first WTA quarterfinal

Bogota: Sharma reaches first WTA quarterfinal

Astra Sharma continues her breakout 2019 season, dismissing No.8 seed Magda Linetta to advance to the quarterfinals of…

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1 week ago, Tennis Australia, WTA

A closer look at Adidas Escouade collection for Roland Garros

A week ago, Adidas released promo images of their Roland Garros 2019 collection, featuring Garbine Muguruza, Angelique Kerber and Caroline Wozniacki, and even though they stated that the clothes were already available at their website, that was not the case. The Escouade range, as they named it, is now...

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1 week ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Tara Moore saves match point at 0-6 0-5 down to stage the ultimate comeback victory

When we think of fearless comebacks, we think of the most experienced and mentally toughest WTA players that never let their opponents relax, as they can always recover and hurricane through the remainder of the match. However, it was British number nine Tara Moore who pulled off one of the most astonishing...

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1 week ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

The easiest way to improve your in-match doubles tennis strategy

This is a guest post by our monthly contributor, Will Boucek, a former college tennis player from Austin, with over 20 years of experience playing and coaching. Will specializes in doubles and was 4.5 men’s and mixed doubles champion in Texas in 2017. Fascinated by the strategy of doubles, Will shares...

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1 week ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Will the real WTA champion please stand up?

Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon wonders what’s behind the extreme parity of the first quarter of this women’s tennis season. It’s the age-old, the “chicken or egg” question if you will but transposed...

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1 week ago, Tennis Connected, WTA

First time in WTA history: 16 tournaments, 16 different champions in 2019

New times bring new vibes and the latest vibe in the WTA world is that of unpredictability — there are no dominant players that can sleepwalk through the first few rounds of tournaments and the greatest accomplishments are up for grabs for all players, regardless of their age, ranking and status....

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1 week ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Sunday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Madison Keys wins first WTA title on clay

Sunday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Madison Keys wins first WTA title on clay

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1 week ago, Moo's Tennis Blog, WTA

Keys beats Wozniacki, wins WTA Charleston

American Madison Keys has worn down fifth-seeded Caroline Wozniacki to take out the WTA Charleston Open.

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1 week ago, The West Australian, WTA

Azarenka reaches first final as a mom in Monterrey

After winning her first doubles title in eight years, with Zheng Saisai in Acapulco in early March, Belarusian Victoria Azarenka continues to find success in Mexico, overcoming top seed Angelique Kerber in 6-4 4-6 6-1 at the Monterrey Open to reach her first final since giving birth in December 2016. The...

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1 week ago, Women's Tennis Blog, WTA

Wozniacki and Keys in WTA Charleston final

Caroline Wozniacki and Madison Keys have advanced to the final of the WTA event in South Carolina.

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1 week ago, The West Australian, WTA

Saturday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Caroline Wozniacki vs. Madison Keys for the title

Saturday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Caroline Wozniacki vs. Madison Keys for the title

The week of tennis in Charleston is drawing to a close with the final all set for Sunday. Semi-final Saturday produced two straight setters and some precipitation! Thankfully, it wasn’t enough to ruin the schedule. I’m glad that the 2019 Volvo Car Open will go out with a bang in what is a...

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1 week ago, Moo's Tennis Blog, WTA

Friday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Wozniacki vs. Martic, Keys vs. Puig set for the semi-finals

Friday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Wozniacki vs. Martic, Keys vs. Puig set for the semi-finals

Quarter-finals day in Charleston is in the books with Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Martic, Madison Keys and Monica Puig all advancing to the last four. Interestingly, all four players are into their first semi-final of 2019. The depth on tour right now is buzzing and we are guaranteed new champs in both...

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1 week ago, Moo's Tennis Blog, WTA

Is the WTA's parity about depth or lack of dominant players?

Just when it looked like Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams were ready to be a two-headed force, the WTA has produced 14 champions in 14 tournaments so far in 2019.

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2 weeks ago, ESPN Tennis, WTA

Thursday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Sakkari’s best performance of 2019, Woz edges Buz

Thursday’s Set Points, Charleston 2019: Sakkari’s best performance of 2019, Woz edges Buz

It’s been a fun week so far in Charleston and the quarter-final line-up is all set. There were a couple of upsets on Thursday including the loss of the defending champion. Still, it’s a decent line-up heading into finals weekend with seven seeds still left in the tournament. Read on for highlights...

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2 weeks ago, Moo's Tennis Blog, WTA

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