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Court 6 was the place to be for American tennis fans, with three all-U.S. matchups on the schedule. Jessica Pegula defeated Kayla ... The next to advance was Sebastian Korda, the reigning Australian Open boys' singles champion. The 18-year-old went the ...
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Reilly Opelka, the highest-ranked American in the field, will be joined by more than a dozen of his compatriots, including wild cards Donald Young and Sebastian Korda. The 20-year-old Opelka has fallen in qualifying each of the last three years in New
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At least four Americans, Sebastian Korda, Kristie Ahn, Evan King and Ernesto Escobedo, will get thier first taste of Louis Armstrong Stadium when they take the court for their second-round qualifying matches, in which a victory would leave them one win
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Sebastian Baez couldn't have asked for better preparation for the US Open Juniors draw. The No. 2 seed from Argentina arrived Wednesday ... Monaco is now working with juniors through Argentina's tennis federation, and no one is higher on the list than
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Tennis facilities in Serbia have not been on the highest level, especially not for the Davis Cup champion and the land of Novak Djokovic, with only a few Futures events every season and no Challengers or ATP tournaments. Still, young talented players
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Sebastian Korda felt a thrill as he walked into through the halls of the cavernous Nassau Veteran's Coliseum last week and saw the enormous posters paying tribute to the team that once made the arena famous, the New York Islanders.
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3 junior Sebastian Korda. Off six aces and an 85 percent win percent on first serves, Alvarez took the match 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. In the next week's tournament in Edwardsville, Ill., Korda, who is currently ranked 546th on the men's side, got the better of
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Sebastian Korda, Brandon Nakashima, Ernesto Escobedo, Bjorn Fratangelo, Christian Harrison, Evan King and Christopher Eubanks were not as fortunate as they were all eliminated. Varvara Lepchenko, Gail Brodsky and Kristie Ahn were all sent packing on ...
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Danielle Lao, Madison Brengle, Collin Altamarino and Mitchell Krueger also won. US Open qualifying continues on Thursday, where Americans Escobedo, Kristie Ahn, and Sebastian Korda will get to play on the brand new Louis Armstrong Stadium.
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Petr Korda, who recently turned 50, has coached Sebastian since he quit his serious pursuit of ice hockey at age 10. He was swayed to tennis after spending the 2010 United States Open on court with his father as he coached the Czech player Radek ... -
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Sebastian grew up in a sports-obsessed family in Florida, where his Czech parents settled after getting married. Korda's mother, Regina Rajchrtova, was herself a tennis player, ranked as high as No. 26 in the world. And his sisters are now professional
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US Open qualifying kicked off Tuesday and when the draw came out Monday, there were two standout matches and none of them had an American involved. The schedule was capped off with an all-Canadian night match between Eugenie Bouchard and ...
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... 0-4 in Armstrong. Fortunately, that wasn't the case for many other Americans who went 9-7 outside of second largest stadium at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. ... Young Sebastian Korda kicked off the play in Armstrong and fell in
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Promising American junior Sebastian Korda isn't lacking confidence in himself as he always enters a tournament with a mindset that he can win it all. The American defeated Chun Hsin Tseng in this year's Australian Open boys' singles final. The 17-year
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Sebastian Korda will kick off the day's action with Escobedo rounding it out. Among the other notable players in action will be Eugenie Bouchard against Georgian Ekaterine Gogordze on Court 11, Mona Barthel taking on Silvia Soler-Espinosa on Court 15 ...