Articles and blogs about the women’s game.

Australian Open R4 preview and prediction: Garcia vs. Keys

January 21, 2018 5

It will be a battle between two women who arguably have the potential to reach No. 1 in the world when Madison Keys and Caroline Garcia collide at the Australian Open on Monday. This marks the third career meeting between the two competitors, and it comes with a spot in the Australian Open quarterfinals at stake. […]

Australian Open R4 preview and prediction: Wozniacki vs. Rybarikova

January 20, 2018 3

Caroline Wozniacki is on her second life in Melbourne. So far, she is making good use of it. One round after after staging a miracle comeback, Wozniacki advanced to the last 16 in far more routine fashion by defeating Kiki Bertens 6-4, 6-3 on Friday. Next up for the Dane is Magdalena Rybarikova. […]

Australian Open R2 preview and prediction: Halep vs. Bouchard

January 17, 2018 2

Simona Halep and Genie Bouchard will be going head-to-head for the fourth time in their careers and for the first time since 2014 when they meet again in the Australian Open second round on Thursday. All three of their previous encounters came four years ago, with Halep getting the job done on two occasions. […]

Wozniacki comes back from the dead to survive at Australian Open

January 17, 2018 6

The world No. 2 apparently has two lives at the Australian Open. She used up one on Wednesday afternoon. Caroline Wozniacki staged a stunning comeback during second-round action in Melbourne, digging out of a 5-1, 40-15, double match point hole in the final set to survive Jana Fett 3-6, 6-2, 7-5 in two hours and 31 minutes. […]

U.S. Open final preview and prediction: Keys vs. Stephens

September 8, 2017 20

It will be an all-American final at the U.S. Open on Saturday. Of course, that much was guaranteed even before Thursday’s semis. All four semifinalists–Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams, Madison Keys, and Coco Vandeweghe–hailed from the host nation. Now two–Stephens and Keys–remain. […]

Party in the U.S.A: All-American women’s semifinals at U.S. Open

September 7, 2017 7

Even with Serena Williams on the sidelines, the American women have positively dominated the 2017 U.S. Open. And that is guaranteed not to change, because two will reach the final and one will win the title. That’s right; all four women in Thursday’s semifinals hail from the host nation.

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