2013 Charleston & Monterrey WTA Singles Results    

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  WTA Apr 1-7: Charleston & Monterrey

Family Circle Cup, Charleston, SC
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n1 S Williams, n9 C Wozniacki
n10 S Stosur, n16 S Stephens

Monterrey Open, Monterrey, MEX
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n6 A Kerber, n11 M Bartoli
n13 M Kirilenko, n17 A Ivanovic

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Charleston:

#24 Jelena Jankovic
5'9½" 130lb RH 2H-BH
Charleston:

#1 Serena Williams
5'9" 150lb RH 2H-BH

    On Sunday at Daniel Island, Charleston, South Carolina, in the final of the Family Circle Cup, the 2012 & 2008 Charleston champion (and last month's champ at Miami), 31 year old top seeded #1 Serena Williams from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, won her third FCC title by defeating the 2007 Charleston champion (and 2013 champ at Bogota), 28 year old 9th seeded #24 (last week, #18 this week, and former #1) Jelena Jankovic of Serbia (residence: Dubai, United Arab Emirates), 3-6, 6-0, 6-2 (JJ is shown during her semifinal victory, Serena is shown holding the glassware after the match).

    Serena's prize is $125,000; Jelena's prize is $65,000.

    Serena struck 2 aces, with 2 double faults, and scored on 5 of the 13 break points she reached against Jelena while totaling 92 points. Jelena hit 5 aces, but with 7 DFs, while converting 2 of her 3 break points against Serena and totaling 72 points.

    At the trophy ceremony, Serena said: "I smiled on the court for the first time in forever, so thank you [Jelena] for making it fun."
    Jelena said: "I had an unbelievable week. Love the sofas here. Congratulations to Serena. Maybe next time she can play worse?"

    At her postmatch press interview, Serena said: "[In the 2nd set] I was just trying to be more consistent. I felt so close in that first set. I felt like I could have been up 3-0. She was playing really, really well, but it was just a shot here, a shot there, and she played really well in the big points...
    "After that I just got really relaxed and was like, 'Serena, you have to chill out and not get crazy and if you win, great. If not, you're trying. She's playing really well. Just try and do the best you can." WTA story

    For the press, Jelena said: "I thought I played pretty well in that first set. I was holding my serve and then waiting for my chance to break. In the second set I had 40-15 in that first game and then again in another couple of games I had 40-15, 40-0. I should have focused and gotten those games.
    "Of course she's going to go up and feel much better and she's again in control. That was unfortunate for me. In the third set I had some chances but I got tired... She was the better one at the end."

    Serena now leads Jelena 6-4 in career matches. Their previous meeting was last year on a chlorophyll court in the 1st round of the London Olympic Games at Wimbledon, when Serena defeated Jelena 6-3, 6-1. Their only prior meeting on clay was in 2010, in the semifinals in Rome, when Jelena defeated Serena 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(5).

    15-time Grand Slam tourney champion Serena is now 49-22 in WTA singles finals, and has a 19-2 singles match record in 2013, losing only to Sloane Stephens and Victoria Azarenka.

    Jelena is now 13-17 in WTA singles finals, and has a 17-6 singles match record this year, winning 14 of her last 17 matches.


    In Mexico on Sunday, in the final of the Abierto Monterrey, the 2011 & 2010 Monterrey champion, 21 year old 5th seeded #25 (career high: #13) Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova from Moscow, Russia, also won the title a third time, by defeating the 2012 Copenhagen and Paris indoor champion, 25 year old top seeded #6 (career high: #5) Angelique Kerber from Kiel, Germany, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.

    Angelique and Anastasia had met only once before, early this year on a Plexicushion hardcourt in the quarterfinals at Brisbane, when Anastasia defeated Angelique 7-6(3), 7-6(3).

    Anastasia, now 15-0 in Monterrey, is now 4-2 in WTA singles finals, and has a 12-7 singles match record this year.

    Angelique is now 2-3 in WTA singles finals, and has a 15-8 singles match record for the season.

WTA SCOREBOARD: Charleston & Monterrey
The Wimbledon Centre Court scoreboard at match point during the 1977 ladies singles semifinal as Virginia Wade defeated Chris Evert, and advanced to defeat Betty Stove in the final, becoming the last British woman to win the singles title at Wimbledon-- a portion of a photo from Virginia's book Courting Triumph, click for book excerpts
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The Family Circle Cup  Charleston, South Carolina

 
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    Charleston: The 56 player main draw for Charleston has 16 seeds, with 8 1st-round byes. There are 8 qualifiers and 5 wild cards in the main draw. Qualifying (2 rounds) is on Saturday & Sunday. Main draw play begins on Monday at 10am.

    The Family Circle Cup, one of the longest-running WTA-only events in the US, was held at Hilton Head until the Family Circle Tennis Center was opened in the spring of 2001. A 32-acre facility with a 10,200 seat stadium, the Family Circle Tennis Center has 13 green clay (Har-Tru) and 4 hard courts, all lighted for night play. A 10,000 square foot clubhouse also serves as the corporate headquarters for the Family Circle Cup. The FCTC was built with public help at a cost of $15 million.

     
     
2013: At the Charleston players party on Sunday night, Sloane Stephens, Andrea Petkovic, 2009 tourney champ Sabine Lisicki, Julia Goerges,
row 2: Tamira Paszek, Andrea Hlavackova, Garbine Muguruza and Madison Keys were amongst the young ladies looking darned good...
Charleston, 1st Round, Mon-Tue 10am
loser's prize: $2,275 US; points: 1
n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n88 Melanie Oudin USA 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 Tue

    Miami semifinalist (and 2007 Charleston champ) Jelena said: "Overall I think it was good match. It was my first, first match on clay. I just came from Miami [where] I was playing a long tournament and took a lot out of me physically, mentally. It was a point for me just to stay positive and just somehow win this match to get through this one.
    "It was difficult and I think Melanie played quite a good match. She was hitting the ball very well and I'm grateful that I was able to pull this out." postmatch interview

n27 s10 Sorana Cirstea ROU d n106 Tatjana Malek GER 6-4, 7-6(5) Mon

Sorana after the match

n28 s11 Julia Goerges GER d n93 Yulia Putintseva KAZ 6-2, 6-3 Tue

    Julia said: "[Yulia] is an excellent player and I didn't give her really a chance to get into the match. And the way I played for the first match I can say I'm pretty pleased with it." postmatch interview

n29 s12 Varvara Lepchenko USA d n55 Christina McHale USA 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 Mon
*n169 q Grace Min USA d n31 s13 Tamira Paszek AUT 6-3, retired Mon
*n133 q Vania King USA d n35 s14 Yaroslava Shvedova KAZ 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 Tue
n37 s15 Sabine Lisicki GER d n60 Anna Tatishvili GEO 6-0, 6-0 Tue
n43 s16 Laura Robson GBR d n115 Estrella Cabeza Candela ESP 6-2, 6-2 Tue
*n70 Silvia Soler-Espinosa ESP d n47 Francesca Schiavone ITA 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(6) Mon
*n104 q Mallory Burdette USA d n48 Kristina Mladenovic FRA 6-1, 1-6, 6-0 Mon
*n101 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni CRO d n59 Romina Oprandi SUI 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 Tue
*n141 q Caroline Garcia FRA d n61 Chanelle Scheepers RSA 7-6(6), 6-4 Mon
n62 Marina Erakovic NZL d n69 Daniela Hantuchova SVK 7-6(2), 6-4 Tue
n63 Anabel Medina Garrigues ESP d n75 Arantxa Rus NED 6-2, 6-2 Mon
n64 Olga Govortsova BLR d n68 Jamie Hampton USA 6-4, 6(3)-7, 6-4 Mon
*n102 Monica Puig PUR d n66 Andrea Hlavackova CZE 6-4, 6-0 Mon
n72 Stefanie Vogele SUI d n118 q Teliana Pereira BRA 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 Mon
*n147 q Jessica Pegula USA d n73 Garbine Muguruza ESP 6(2)-7, 6-4, 7-5 Mon
n76 Madison Keys USA d n119 Alexandra Cadantu ROU 7-6(3), 6-4 Tue

    Madison said: "It's really good when you can get a first round in every tournament, slowly get your ranking up higher and higher, and it would be nice to keep going." postmatch interview

n83 Mathilde Johansson FRA d n94 Melinda Czink HUN 5-7, 6-3, 7-5 Mon
n85 Camila Giorgi ITA d n97 Mandy Minella LUX 6-3, 6-4 Mon
*n131 wc B Mattek-Sands USA d n107 An. Rodionova AUS 6-4, 6(4)-7, 7-6(3) Mon
n123 q Eugenie Bouchard CAN d n146 q Nastassja Burnett ITA 6-2, 6-3 Mon
n162 wc Andrea Petkovic GER d n350 wc Taylor Townsend USA 6-3, 6-0 Mon

Charleston, 2nd Round, Tue-Wed 10am
loser's prize: $4,480 US; points: 40
n1 s1 Serena Williams USA d n85 Camila Giorgi ITA 6-2, 6-3 Tue

 
Serena driving a forehand and Camila ready to swat one

    Serena struck 9 aces, with no double faults; Camila fired 5 aces—but with 12 DFs.

    Serena said: "It was definitely not great for me. I think I played well, but I wasn't, great footing wise, I was just trying to get my stability and, you know, only had one or two days of practice. But it's good. I felt really good. I think I played someone really good today and it's good to get this under my belt." postmatch interview

n9 s2 wc Caroline Wozniacki DEN d n70 Silvia Soler-Espinosa ESP 6-1, 6-1 Wed

Caro lining up a forehand

    Caroline said: "I felt like I served really well today, and returned really well too. Playing your first match of the year on clay, it's always going to be difficult to slide and move unbelievably, but I felt like I did a pretty good job of that out there and I'm pleased with my work." WTA story

n10 s3 Samantha Stosur AUS d n62 Marina Erakovic NZL 6-1, 6-2 Wed

Samantha's forehand drive

    Samantha did not play at Miami due to a calf injury which forced her to withdraw from the Indian Wells quarterfinals. Samantha said: "I'm really pleased with the way I went out there and played today. I went for my serve a lot and whenever I had the opportunity I tried to get the ball off the court. That's why it really worked so well and helped me think out there, 'Okay, this is going well, I've got to keep at it.'"

*n131 wc B Mattek-Sands USA d n16 s4 Sloane Stephens USA 6-2, 6-0 Tue
n18 s5 Venus Williams USA d n102 Monica Puig PUR 6-2, 5-7, 6-3 Wed

    Venus said: "[Monica] really found her rhythm in the second set. She started controlling the points, so in the third set I just tried to play confident and hopefully get some first serves in. But she played really, really well. She should be looking forward to a lot of great wins in the future."

n19 s6 Lucie Safarova CZE d n101 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni CRO 7-5, 6-1 Wed

Lucie driving a backhand

    Lucie said: "It was very quickly on my side by one, and then [Mirjana] just released and started to hit everything so fast, and just going in. So maybe I should have pushed her more at that time, and I let it slip. And then, at 5-4, I catch back my concentration and started to try to do more. Like I said, it went good." postmatch interview

*n72 Stefanie Vogele SUI d n21 s7 Carla Suarez Navarro ESP 6-2, 6-4 Tue
*n147 q Jessica Pegula USA d n23 s8 Mona Barthel GER 7-6(4), 6-1 Tue
n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n141 q Caroline Garcia FRA 5-7, 7-6(10), 6-3 Wed

 
Caroline and Jelena driving backhand and forehand

    Jelena said: "[Caroline] played so well today. She was serving well, hitting the ball great. The credit to her, it was a really great match.
    "I was able to stay strong in that second set and the tie breaker was really crucial. It was like one 12-10 and she had a couple of match points and I made the aces from second serve on the set point and I played pretty brave then.
    "But then in the third I thought I lifted the level of my play... And I'm happy with that because normally you get tired and you play worse and you are not moving and you are not hitting. And I played much better. I started serving much better. I started hitting the ball more aggressively and I finished the match off in a nice way." postmatch interview

n27 s10 Sorana Cirstea ROU d n63 Anabel Medina Garrigues ESP walkover—knee injury
n28 s11 Julia Goerges GER d n64 Olga Govortsova BLR 6-2, 0-6, 6-3 Wed

Julia driving a forehand

n29 s12 Varvara Lepchenko USA d n83 Mathilde Johansson FRA 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 Tue
*n104 q Mallory Burdette USA d n37 s15 Sabine Lisicki GER 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-5 Wed
*n123 q Eugenie Bouchard CAN d n43 s16 Laura Robson GBR 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 Wed
n76 Madison Keys USA d n169 q Grace Min USA 6-4, 6-3 Wed
*n162 wc Andrea Petkovic GER d n133 q Vania King USA 7-5, 6-4 Wed

Charleston, 3rd Round, Thu 11am
loser's prize: $8,645 US; points: 60
Thursday: rain delayed start of play; top half ppd-Fri
n1 s1 Serena Williams USA d n104 q Mallory Burdette USA 6-4, 6-2 ppd-Fri

Serena about to swat a forehand

n9 s2 wc Caroline Wozniacki DEN d n162 wc Andrea Petkovic GER walkover—knee injury
*n123 q Eugenie Bouchard CAN d n10 s3 Samantha Stosur AUS 6-1, 2-0 retired—right calf injury Thu

Genie following a backhand

    Genie said: "I was really excited to get out there, and I felt like I played really well. It's unfortunate that [Samantha] had to retire. I thought she was serving pretty well, but we had some points where she wasn't running for the balls. I thought the court was pretty slippery out there so I kind of didn't run for some of the balls either, but she had like big tape on her leg, and I saw that. It's much better to win with a full match, but I'm excited to be here for [the quarterfinals] tomorrow." WTA story

n18 s5 Venus Williams USA d n29 s12 Varvara Lepchenko USA 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 ppd-Fri

 
Varvara and Venus driving backhands

n19 s6 Lucie Safarova CZE d n27 s10 Sorana Cirstea ROU 6-3, 5-7, 6-1 ppd-Fri
n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n147 q Jessica Pegula USA 6-0, 6-4 Thu

Jelena driving a forehand

    Jelena said: "The court was slow because it was quite humid out there and there [had been] a lot of rain. The balls were quite heavy and the overall play was quite heavy. But I got used to it, adjusted to it quite well, and I think I did a great job during the match today."

*n72 Stefanie Vogele SUI d n28 s11 Julia Goerges GER 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 Thu

Stefanie ready to slice a backhand

n76 Madison Keys USA d n131 wc B Mattek-Sands USA 7-6(4), 6-4 ppd-Fri

Charleston, QFs, Fri 1pm
loser's prize: $16,990 US; points: 120
n1 s1 Serena Williams USA d n19 s6 Lucie Safarova CZE 6-4, 6-1

Serena fielding a forehand

    It was the first time in her career that Serena has had (due to rain on Thursday) to play two singles matches in one day. Serena said: "It's actually not that bad to play two matches in one day. It's not ideal, but I play doubles all the time, and so I looked at it like, 'Okay, I play singles and I play with Venus in doubles the same day.' So really that's how I looked at it." WTA story

Stefanie driving a forehand

*n72 Stefanie Vogele SUI d n9 s2 wc Caroline Wozniacki DEN 3-6, 6-4, 6-3

    It was Stefanie's first win over a top 10 player. Stefanie said: "My plan was to play aggressive and push [Caroline] around. At the beginning of the match I was a little bit nervous. I was trying to play my game, but it didn't work very well in the first set. But then I started to do much better and tried to push myself harder, because she's so good.
    "At the end I was just trying to play aggressive on every point and I'm very happy it worked."

n18 s5 Venus Williams USA d n76 Madison Keys USA 6-4, 6-4

Venus about to swat a forehand

    Comparing her two victories on Friday, Venus said: "Lepchenko is definitely more methodical, heavy spin. She's very strong, and obviously has a lot of confidence, having gotten to the Top 20 and done a lot of things over the last year. It was so different than playing Madison. She plays similar to me. Goes for a lot more, a lot more power. And she can create a lot of shots in the court, too. So they were definitely two polar opposites."

n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n123 q Eugenie Bouchard CAN 6-2, 6-1

   
Genie about to slice a backhand, Jelena driving one,
and Jelena during her post-match press conference after being told that the win was her 500th career match victory

    About her 500th win, Jelena said: "I actually didn't know that... I had no idea how many wins I had. I'm really bad with statistics. I don't follow any of that. But it's pretty nice. It's a great achievement to get my 500th win, and hopefully I can have many more... To have 500 wins you have to have a pretty long career and be pretty consistent."

Charleston, SFs, Sat 1pm
loser's prize: $32,825 US; points: 200
n1 s1 Serena Williams USA d n18 s5 Venus Williams USA 6-1, 6-2

 
Venus serving, and Serena fielding a forehand

    Serena struck 6 aces, with 1 double fault, and totaled 52 points. Venus hit no aces, with 8 DFs, while totaling 30 points.

    About playing her sister, Serena said: "When I'm out there, I'm really just focused on the ball. I don't really focus on anything else, and I just try to go out there and do the best that I can.

    "Venus has had a great week, and honestly, if she hadn't had to play so many matches, it would have been a much tougher match. She'll never admit it, but I don't think she was 100%. But you will never get that out of her." WTA story

    About having (due to rain) to play three matches in two days, Venus said: "It would have been nicer to have more space between the matches, but it did not work out... I had a chance to win the match. We both had racquets. But I didn't take advantage of my chances. I was controlling the points, but then I would miss. I have to improve my game."

n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n72 Stefanie Vogele SUI 6-4, 6(6)-7, 6-2

 
Stefanie contemplating a forehand, and Jelena delivering one

Charleston, Final, Sun 1pm
loser's prize: $65,000 US; points: 320
winner's prize: $125,000 US; points: 470
n1 s1 Serena Williams USA d n24 s9 Jelena Jankovic SRB 3-6, 6-0, 6-2

   
Jelena serving, Serena following a forehand, and after match point

Charleston, Doubles Final, Sun
losers' prize: $21,137 US
winners' prize: $40,000 US
*Lucie Safarova & Kristina Mladenovic d s1 Andrea Hlavackova & Liezel Huber 6-3, 7-6(6)

Charleston, Qual Finals, Sun Mar 31 1pm
losers' prizes: q1 $700 1pt; q2 $1,300 8pts; qualifier 12 points
*n133 Vania King USA d n92 Karolina Pliskova CZE 6-4, 6-2
n104 Mallory Burdette USA d n461 Louisa Chirico USA 6-4, 6-1
*n141 Caroline Garcia FRA d n111 Kristyna Pliskova CZE 6-2, 6-1
*n169 Grace Min USA d n113 Sesil Karatantcheva KAZ 6-1, 6-3
n118 Teliana Pereira BRA d n136 Paula Ormaechea ARG 7-5, 6-2
n123 Eugenie Bouchard CAN d n338 Paula Cristina Goncalves BRA 6-1, 6-0
*n147 Jessica Pegula USA d n129 Michelle Larcher de Brito POR 7-6(4), 6-3
n146 Nastassja Burnett ITA d n283 Petra Rampre SLO 6-3, 4-6, 6-4

Charleston, Withdrawals:
n7 Sara Errani ITA right thigh injury
n32 Elena Vesnina RUS right elbow injury
n39 Heather Watson GBR leg injury
n40 Kaia Kanepi EST right achilles injury
n54 Lucie Hradecka CZE low back injury
n56 Lourdes Dominguez Lino ESP injury
n79 Pauline Parmentier FRA right shoulder injury
n80 Petra Cetkovska CZE left foot injury
n82 Polona Hercog SLO right wrist injury
n99 Ksenia Pervak KAZ right adductor injury

 
Abierto Monterrey,  Monterrey, Mexico

 
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    Monterrey: The main draw for Monterrey has 8 seeds, with no 1st-round byes.
    There are 4 qualifiers in the main draw.
    Qualifying (3 rounds) starts on Saturday, qualifying finals are on Monday.
 

click for broader view   Sierra Madre Tennis Club, Monterrey, MEX
Latitude: 25.644752 Longitude: -100.363042 goto link for World Wind

Venue address: Privada María de los Angeles Nº 617 Colonia del Valle, San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, Mexico, 66220
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2012: On Sunday in Monterrey, Serena Williams (not playing in the tourney due to an ankle injury) and Gisela Dulko met for a photo-op exhibition...
Monterrey, 1st Rd, Mon-Tue 11am, Wed 3pm
loser's prize: $1,800 US; points: 1
n6 s1 Angelique Kerber GER d n254 q Samantha Crawford USA 6-3, 6-3 Tue
*n98 Coco Vandeweghe USA d n11 s2 Marion Bartoli FRA 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 Tue
n13 s3 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n467 wc Ximena Hermosa MEX 7-5, 6-1 Tue
n17 s4 wc Ana Ivanovic SRB d n121 Marta Sirtotkina RUS 6-0, 6-0 Tue
n25 s5 A Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n108 N Bratchikova RUS 6-4, 6-0 Mon-dark-Tue
n30 s6 Yanina Wickmayer BEL d n132 Valeria Savinhyk RUS 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 Mon
n33 s7 Urszula Radwanska POL d n109 Maria Sanchez USA 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 Mon
n50 s8 Ayumi Morita JPN d n90 Jana Cepelova SVK 6-0, 6-1 Tue
n52 Monica Niculescu ROU d n78 Kimiko Date-Krumm JPN 6-2, 2-1 retired Mon
*n81 Lauren Davis USA d n77 Olga Puchkova RUS 6-2 retired Tue
n95 Donna Vekic CRO d n128 Julia Cohen USA 6-0, 6-4 Tue
n112 Galina Voskoboeva KAZ d n114 Eleni Daniilidou GRE 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 Mon
n122 Timea Babos HUN d n439 wc Ana Sofia Sanchez MEX 6-3, 6-3 Mon
*n207 q Alla Kudryavtseva RUS d n138 Eva Birnerova CZE 6-4, 6-3 Tue
*n163 q Tereza Mrdeza CRO d n144 Daria Gavrilova RUS 6-4, 6-2 Tue
*n326 q Jovana Jaksic SRB d n164 Vera Dushevina RUS 4-6, 7-6(4), 7-6(2) Tue

Monterrey, 2nd Round, Wed-Thu 3pm
loser's prize: $3,100 US; points: 30
n6 s1 Angelique Kerber GER d n207 q Alla Kudryavtseva RUS 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 Thu

    Angelique said: "I played well in the first set but then [Alla] started playing better. I was just trying to find my rhythm again in the third set and I'm happy I won the match—that's what counts." WTA story

n13 s3 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n326 q Jovana Jaksic SRB 6-0, 4-6, 6-1 Thu

    Maria said: "It was a tricky one today. I was playing well, but I didn't keep my concentration today. After the first set I became a little bit too relaxed. But even though it went three sets I'm enjoying my game and had fun out there today. I'm happy that in the end it worked out for me."

*n122 Timea Babos HUN d n17 s4 wc Ana Ivanovic SRB 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 Wed
n25 s5 A Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n163 q Tereza Mrdeza CRO 6-1, 6-1 Wed
*n52 Monica Niculescu ROU d n30 s6 Yanina Wickmayer BEL 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 Wed
n33 s7 Urszula Radwanska POL d n95 Donna Vekic CRO 6-4, 6-1 Wed
n50 s8 Ayumi Morita JPN d n112 Galina Voskoboeva KAZ 6-4, 7-6(3) Wed
n81 Lauren Davis USA d n98 Coco Vandeweghe USA 6-4, 7-6(8) Thu

Monterrey, QFs, Fri 3pm
loser's prize: $5,500 US; points: 70
n6 s1 Angelique Kerber GER d n50 s8 Ayumi Morita JPN 6-2, 6-1

    Angelique said: "It wasn't an easy match but I was playing much better than yesterday. My serve was much better than last night and I was feeling really good out there. I'm happy to reach the semis." WTA story

n13 s3 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n33 s7 Urszula Radwanska POL 6-1, 6-4

    About playing top seed Angelique Kerber in the semifinals, Maria said: "Sometimes you get really tough matches. You just have to go out there and play,"

n25 s5 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n81 Lauren Davis USA 6-2, 7-5

    Anastasia said: "It was pretty tough conditions out there with a lot of wind - it wasn't easy to control the ball that well. I started well but I lost a little bit of concentration in the second set. And she was doing very well, running a lot of balls down and getting everything back, so I just had to stay calm and play my game and stay aggressive. I think I did a great job of doing that today."

n52 Monica Niculescu ROU d n122 Timea Babos HUN 7-5, 6-2

    Monica said: "Timea won here last year, she feels good here and the crowd was supporting her. I think I played well in the important moments, though, like at 5-all in the first set and at 4-2 in the second set, and I managed to win today. I'm excited to be in the semifinals."

Monterrey, SFs, Sat 4pm
loser's prize: $10,425 US; points: 130
n6 s1 Angelique Kerber GER d n13 s3 Maria Kirilenko RUS 6-4, 2-6, 6-2
n25 s5 A Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n52 Monica Niculescu ROU 3-6, 6-2, 6-4
Monterrey, Final, Sun 4pm
loser's prize: $20,000 US; points: 200
winner's prize: $40,000 US; points: 280
n25 s5 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n6 s1 Angelique Kerber GER 4-6, 6-2, 6-4

Monterrey, Doubles Final, Sun
loser's prize: $6,000 US
winner's prize: $11,500 US
Kimiko Date-Krumm & Timea Babos d Tamarine Tanasugarn & Eva Birnerova 6-1, 6-4

Monterrey, Qual Finals, Mon Apr 1 11am
losers' prizes: q1 $265 1pt; q2 $460 6pts; q3 $860 10pts; qualifier 16 points
*n207 Alla Kudryavtseva RUS d n150 Stephanie Dubois CAN 6-3, 6-3
n163 Tereza Mrdeza CRO d n415 Allie Will USA 6-1, 6-1
*n326 Jovana Jaksic SRB d n217 Maria Irigoyen ARG 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
n254 Samantha Crawford USA d n514 Alexandra Stevenson USA 0-6, 7-6(5), 6-1

Monterrey, Withdrawals
n3 Victoria Azarenka BLR right ankle injury
n28 Kirsten Flipkens BEL right leg injury
n41 Bojana Jovanovski SRB bilateral wrist injuries
n58 Aleksandra Wozniak CAN right shoulder injury
n149 sr96 Anastasija Sevastova LAT illness
n166 sr Vera Zvonareva RUS right shoulder surgery Feb 12


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