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Defending champion Jelena Ostapenko and seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams went out of the French Open in the first round on Sunday. Latvian fifth seed Ostapenko was stunned by Ukrainian Kateryna Kozlova, who came through 7-5 6-3. -
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RIGA, Latvia — Make it big for Latvia and they do not wait long to mark the occasion. Last June in Paris, the unseeded Jelena Ostapenko, barely 20 years old, aimed fearlessly for the lines at the French Open and hit just enough of them to win not only
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PARIS — Simona Halep threw her racket on the red clay, its redemptive work done for the day, and thrust her arms high overhead as she beamed on a court that has brought her plenty of heartache. In the stands, Darren Cahill, Halep's normally ... - -
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__. 7:30 p.m.. French Open defending champion Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia has lost in the first round. The fifth-seeded Ostapenko, who upset Simona Halep in last year's final, lost 7-5, 6-3 against Kateryna Kozlova of Ukraine on Court Philippe Chatrier.
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PARIS — Anabel Medina Garrigues guided Jelena Ostapenko through a fairy-tale run to the French Open title last year. She is back at Roland Garros this year hoping to find a happy ending for herself. Medina Garrigues, who ended her coaching
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She finally won her first major. Halep had barely lost her first three major finals, all of them tough three-setters, at the 2014 French Open (to Maria Sharapova), the 2017 French Open (to Jelena Ostapenko) and the 2018 Australian Open (to Caroline
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She is 0-3 in Grand Slam finals, 0-2 in French Open finals. She has lost each in three tight sets: to Maria Sharapova in the 2014 French Open final, to the unseeded Jelena Ostapenko in last year's French Open final and to Caroline Wozniacki in this  - -
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Eurosport. 27/05/2018 at 20:28Updated 27/05/2018 at 21:08. 0; 0. Watch highlights as defending champion Jelena Ostapenko is knocked out of the French Open by Kateryna Kozlova. See moreSee less ...
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PARIS — A year after stunning the tennis world by winning the French Open for the first tour title of her career, Jelena Ostapenko is again in rare company: a first-round loser as the defending champion at a Grand Slam tournament. Ostapenko's high
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The shock defeats of a 20-year-old and 37-year-old gave us the biggest storyline of the first day of the French Open 2018. One was the defending champion who had stunned all winning her first title at a Grand Slam, the other a battle-hardened veteran
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... spoils from the Australian Open final. Halep's French Open win also reversed the toil left over from choking against Jelena Ostapenko last year. Halep was humble after she won, but she fought until the very end. This time Halep believed, despite
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With Ostapenko our point of reference again, the French Open in recent years has produced champions for the first time in their homeland's history. Not only does Latvia now have a grand slam champion to their name, but Schiavone was the first Italian ...
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PARIS -- As last year's French Open winner Jelena Ostapenko settled into her chair for media day Saturday, you couldn't help but notice the beaming smile from cheek to cheek. She was happy to be back here, and "the memories are great," she said.
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Jelena Ostapenko admitted it took a couple of months for last year's French Open triumph to sink in as she prepares to defend her crown at Roland Garros. A huge outsider prior to the start of the 2017 tournament in Paris, Ostapenko produced a stunning  - -
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Jelena Ostapenko splashes out of the French Open this year. She entered as the defending champion in women's singles. Defending French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko sees an early exit this year. After shocking the tennis world in 2017, the young ...