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Women Richard Perry/The New York Times Paula Ormaechea, with a racket she strung herself, has reached the second round of the United States Open. Richard Perry/The New York Times A busy moment in the racket stringing room at the United States Open,
A tennis player was defaulted from her match at the Citi Open after hitting a line judge in the knee with a ball after losing a point. Olga Puchkova, a Russian who is ranked 88th, was forced to forfeit against Paula Ormaechea of Argentina while
Mona Barthel 6-2, 6-2 in the second round of the Citi Open on Wednesday.
Elena Baltacha defeat ends GB hopes against Argentina Great Britain's hopes of promotion to World Group II in the Fed Cup ended with Elena Baltacha's 5-7 6-3 1-6 defeat to Argentina's Maria Irigoyen. Former British number one Baltacha briefly gained
Johanna Konta will play two singles matches for Great Britain in their Fed Cup play-off in Argentina this weekend. With Heather Watson absent, world number 164 Konta steps in alongside Laura Robson in Buenos Aires. The Australian-born 21-year-old
Heather Watson out of GB team to face Argentina British number two Heather Watson has been ruled out of Great Britain's Fed Cup tie in Argentina next week as she recovers from glandular fever. Team captain Judy Murray has picked Laura Robson, Johanna
Serbian top seed Jelena Jankovic won the US$235,000 WTA tournament in Bogota on Sunday with a routine 6-1, 6-2 dismissal of unseeded Argentine Paula Ormaechea. AFP More News Also See Please wait. " + location.pathname + location.search + " No stories.
The Sports Network Jelena Jankovic rallied for a three-set win over Karin Knapp in the semifinals of the Copa Claro Colsanitas tennis event and will meet Argentina's Paula Ormaechea for the crown. Ormaechea reached her first career WTA final with a 7-
Parque Roca, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, how could we forget you? The rowdy crowd, the thumping steaks, Jamie Murray in a grump with his brother and a weekend of broadcasting via Skype thanks to a breakdown in the international language of
Women Yoan Valat/European Pressphoto Agency Venus Williams has returned to the tour with hopes of earning a spot in the Olympics...Must be time to sing.' Williams said this Monday, in a quiet moment at the French Open , inside a windowless room