With the Fed out of the way on Monday, the top three seeds are in action in Dubai Tuesday. And Vasek Pospisil will take on Alexandr Dolgopolov.
There are the top players, who pick and choose their schedules carefully and build in some rest time. And then, there’s Klara Zakopalova. Continue reading
No change in the top 10, although four (Nadal, Ferrer, Gasquet and Tsonga) did play.
Another joint event on the pro tours, this time in Acapulco.
Federer already on court in Dubai Monday (and the Djoker in doubles).
And Canadian Vasek Pospisil is back – also in doubles in Acapulco
Some movement in the top 10 as Germany’s Angelique Kerber moves up two spots to No. 6 (her career best is No. 5), while Simona Halep reaches a career high.
With Dubai done, and the Rio dubs won, only one match on the WTA Tour today.
Thankfully, Aleksandr Dolgopolov got in the way of a trite Nadal-Ferrer final. Something different, for fun.
Tamira Paszek of Austria (whose father is a Canadian citizen), proved to be the Canuck-crusher by beating both Wozniak and Dabrowski in Surprise, Arizona.
Serena Williams always looks good. But at the Australian Open, she looked fierce.
Not sure we’ve ever seen her looking quite this cut.
An intriguing first-round match at the Australian Open, when 16-year-old up-and-comer Belinda Bencic of Switzerland met 43-year-old Kimiko Date-Krumm of Japan.
This just in: Rafa is scary on clay. But tonight, he got scared on clay.