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Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko continued to build for her Paris tennis title defence with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Zarina Diyas yesterday at the Stuttgart Grand Prix. The Latvian was joined in the quarter-finals at the Porsche Arena by fifth seed
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STUTTGART, Germany – Jelena Ostapenko's clay court season got off to a victorious start as she proved too good for qualifier Zarina Diyas at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, the No.4 seed winning through 6-3, 6-0. The French Open champion's game was by
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Jelena Ostapenko is the essence of grit. Can she win the French Open again? It is difficult to say so now. Certainly having already won in Paris can help her. But her season, until now has been negative. The only time she showed her potential was at
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"I always need a few weeks to switch form hardcourt to the clay," the winner, who was a French Open quarter-finalist in 2015, said. "I am just try to east into it, it's always difficult for me." American CoCo Vandeweghe extended her unexpected run of
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STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - World number three Garbine Muguruza was forced to retire with a back injury during her round of 16 match against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the Stuttgart Open on Thursday. Russian Pavlyuchenkova won the first set 7-5
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STUTTGART, Germany – Jelena Ostapenko's clay court season got off to a victorious start as she proved too good for qualifier Zarina Diyas at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, the No.4 seed winning through 6-3, 6-0. The French Open champion's game was by
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Jelena Ostapenko admitted she could have played the Miami Open final in a better way. The Latvian lost to Sloane Stephens 7-6, 6-1, and in the press conference, she spoke about playing in the final: 'I had a little bit more pressure than the other  - - -
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Jelena Ostapenko, 20, and Elina Svitolina traveled a long way from their tennis roots to meet Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. You see, Ostapenko hails from Latvia (5,262 miles from sunny South Florida) and Svitolina was born in the  - -
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Thursday's last-four match was the second time world number 12 Stephens has defeated Belarusian wildcard Azarenka this month, having won in straight sets in the second round at Indian Wells. Three-time Miami Open winner Azarenka, 28, comfortably won  - -
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After years of hearing the field in women's tennis was thin compared to the men's game, it seems the shoe is on the other foot. The immediate effect of this topsy-turvy world is that, at least for the French Open, most of the intrigue is sure to come
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Jelena Ostapenko winning the French Open, Karolina Pliskova having been the new no. 1, now Simona Halep has taken her number one spot. Carolina Garcia skipped doubles and concentrated on her singles game, winning at the Asian Swing has put Cibulkova at
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Stuttgart's 28 players include four of the tour's current Top 5: Simona Halep, Garbiñe Muguruza, Elina Svitolina, and Jelena Ostapenko. The second four seeds—Karolina Pliskova, Caroline Garcia, Sloane Stephens, and Petra Kvitova—aren't too shabby
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Motion pictures: Jelena Ostapenko's WTA photo shoot. Agility - Jelena Ostapenko. 1 / 7. Agility - Jelena Ostapenko. Agility - Jelena Ostapenko. Attitude - Jelena Ostapenko. Backhand - Jelena Ostapenko. Celebration - Jelena Ostapenko. Forehand - Jelena
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She made it to the third round at Indian Wells before losing to sister Venus and was ousted in the opening round of the Miami Open. Last year's winner, Jelena Ostapenko, has climbed her way to No. 5 in the WTA rankings. The player she defeated, Simona
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Monte Carlo: Reigning Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki says she believes she can go "all the way" at next month's French Open, but is wary of a possible early clash with the returning Serena Williams. The Dane edged out Simona Halep in a