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Badosa downs Azarenka in three hour Indian Wells epic

23 year old Paula Badosa became the first Spaniard to win the BNP Paribas Masters, title, the final WTA 1000 event of the 2021 season

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Girl power rules the Open TV figures

The teenaged tussle between new British Grand Slam champion Emma Raducanu and Canada’s Leylah Fernandez at the US Open turned traditional TV viewership figures on their head

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US Open women’s Day 5

A trio of Roland Garros champions reached the fourth round of the US Open on Friday as current Paris holder Barboara Krejcikova, and past champions

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US Open women’s Day 3

Aryna Sabalenka led Top five colleague Elina Svitolina into the US Open third round on Wednesday, with both seeds earning efficient straight-set wins. Second seed

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Players need to step up, get vaxxed: Azarenka

With all fans at the US Open allegedly recipients of at least one COVID vaccination jab, Victoria Azarenka wonders why so many players are not,

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Osaka calms her demons to earn Cincy win

Jittery Naomi Osaka put her recent psychological demons to the side, with the second seed at the Cincinnati Masters calmly dissecting the game of Coco

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Gold medallist Azarenka joins Games pullout parade

Former Olympic mixed doubles gold medallist Victoria Azarenka has become the latest major name to skip the Tokyo Games with the London 2012 winner pulling the

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Grand Slam winners show form in German wins

The seeded Grand Slam champion trio of Angelique Kerber, Victoria Azarenka and Petra Kvitova all surged into the quarter-finals at the new WTA tournament at Bad

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Azarenka ends long quarter-final exile

Victoria Azarenka won a battle of Grand Slam champions on Thursday on the WTA  grass to book her first quarter-final in six years in sweltering 35 Celsius

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Roland Garros Women Day 8

Serena Williams was taken down 6-3, 7-5 by Kazakh spoiler Elena Rybakina on Sunday at the French Open to end another quest for a record 24th