February 23, 2017

Tennis Results – Budapest, Delray Beach, Dubai, Marseille and Rio

 

 

HUNGARIAN LADIES OPEN – BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
$250,000
FEBRUARY 20-26, 2017

RESULTS – FEBRUARY 21, 2017
Women’s
Singles – First Round

[3] J. Goerges (GER) d [Q] A. Kontaveit (EST) 67(3) 63 64
[Q] A. Blinkova (RUS) d N. Broady (GBR) 36 64 63
[Q] T. Korpatsch (GER) d E. Rodina (RUS) 63 63
[WC] F. Stollar (HUN) d D. Kovinic (MNE) 62 76(4)
[Q] A. Sasnovich (BLR) d K. Flipkens (BEL) 46 64 61

Women’s
Doubles – First Round

[1] T. Babos (HUN) / L. Safarova (CZE) d J. Cepelova (SVK) / B. Krejcikova (CZE) 75 63
[3] D. Schuurs (NED) / R. Voracova (CZE) d M. Adamczak (AUS) / N. Melichar (USA) 75 75
A. Rodionova (AUS) / G. Voskoboeva (KAZ) d T. Moore (GBR) / C. Perrin (SUI) 63 64
A. Cadantu (ROU) / N. Geuer (GER) d A. Beck (GER) / C. Witthoeft (GER) 62 62

ORDER OF PLAY – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2017
KÖRMÖCZY COURT start 11:00 am
[Q] I. Shinikova (BUL) vs [5] Y. Wickmayer (BEL)
[3] J. Goerges (GER) vs D. Vekic (CRO)
S. Hsieh (TPE) vs [2] L. Safarova (CZE)
[8] A. Beck (GER) vs [WC] F. Stollar (HUN)

Not Before 5:00 pm
[WC] D. Galfi (HUN) vs [7] O. Dodin (FRA)
[1] T. Babos (HUN) vs [WC] I. Soylu (TUR)

TEMESVÁRI COURT start 11:00 am
D. Allertova (CZE) vs I. Khromacheva (RUS)
[Q] B. Stefkova (CZE) vs I. Falconi (USA)
C. Witthoeft (GER) vs [4] S. Cirstea (ROU)
[6] P. Parmentier (FRA) vs [Q] A. Sasnovich (BLR)

Not Before 3:00 pm
J. Rae (GBR) / A. Smith (GBR) vs A. Krunic (SRB) / N. Stojanovic (SRB)
I. Khromacheva (RUS) / M. Zanevska (BEL) vs [2] M. Irigoyen (ARG) / X. Knoll (SUI)
[WC] A. Blinkova (RUS) / P. Udvardy (HUN) vs [4] S. Hsieh (TPE) / O. Kalashnikova (GEO)

 

Delray Beach Open
Delray Beach, Florida USA
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Hard

RESULTS – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
[1] M. Raonic (CAN) d [Q] T. Smyczek (USA) 61 64
D. Young (USA) d [2] I. Karlovic (CRO) 76(5) 76(3)
[3] J. Sock (USA) d R. Albot (MDA) 64 76(2)
[5] S. Johnson (USA) d [WC] S. Kozlov (USA) 61 64
[Q] S. Darcis (BEL) d [6] B. Tomic (AUS) 36 61 64
[7] J. del Potro (ARG) d K. Anderson (RSA) 64 64
B. Coric (CRO) d S. Giraldo (COL) 62 63
J. Donaldson (USA) d M. Kukushkin (KAZ) 76(5) 36 63
D. Dzumhur (BIH) d K. Kravchuk (RUS) 63 64
G. Garcia-Lopez (ESP) d D. Brown (GER) 63 63
N. Basilashvili (GEO) d [PR] T. Haas (GER) 67(4) 76(8) 62

Doubles – First Round
[2] R. Klaasen (RSA) / R. Ram (USA) d K. Kravchuk (RUS) / D. Sela (ISR) 64 63
[3] T. Huey (PHI) / M. Mirnyi (BLR) d R. Lindstedt (SWE) / M. Venus (NZL) 75 63
J. Erlich (ISR) / S. Lipsky (USA) d [4] O. Marach (AUT) / F. Martin (FRA) 76(5) 76(5)
Y. Lu (TPE) / L. Paes (IND) d [WC] B. Fratangelo (USA) / T. Fritz (USA) 76(7) 63
SCHEDULE – WEDNESDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2017

STADIUM start 11:00 am
R. Albot (MDA) / D. Dzumhur (BIH) vs B. Baker (USA) / N. Mektic (CRO)

Not Before 12:30 pm
G. Garcia-Lopez (ESP) vs [3] J. Sock (USA)

Not Before 2:30 pm
[5] S. Johnson (USA) vs Y. Nishioka (JPN)

Not Before 6:00 pm
[1] M. Raonic (CAN) vs B. Coric (CRO)

Not Before 8:00 pm
[1] B. Bryan (USA) / M. Bryan (USA) vs J. Donaldson (USA) / S. Querrey (USA)

COURT 1 start Not Before 3:00 pm
Y. Lu (TPE) vs [8] K. Edmund (GBR)
[3] T. Huey (PHI) / M. Mirnyi (BLR) vs [PR] T. Haas (GER) / V. Pospisil (CAN)
P. Raja (IND) / D. Sharan (IND) vs [2] R. Klaasen (RSA) / R. Ram (USA)

 

DUBAI DUTY FREE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS – DUBAI, UAE
$2,666,000
17-25 FEBRUARY, 2017

RESULTS – FEBRUARY 21, 2017
Women’s
Singles – Second Round

[1] A. Kerber (GER) d [WC] M. Barthel (GER) 64 63
K. Mladenovic (FRA) d [2] Ka. Pliskova (CZE) 62 64
E. Makarova (RUS) d [3] D. Cibulkova (SVK) 62 46 62
[4] A. Radwanska (POL) d [Q] E. Mertens (BEL) 63 62
K. Bondarenko (UKR) d [5] G. Muguruza (ESP) 41 Retired
[7] E. Svitolina (UKR) d [Q] S. Zheng (CHN) 75 61
[8] E. Vesnina (RUS) d M. Doi (JPN) 62 75
[WC] S. Peng (CHN) d [9] B. Strycova (CZE) 63 62
[10] C. Wozniacki (DEN) d V. Golubic (SUI) 64 62
A. Konjuh (CRO) d [12] S. Stosur (AUS) 64 63
M. Puig (PUR) d [15] C. Garcia (FRA) 61 46 62
L. Davis (USA) d Kr. Pliskova (CZE) 16 61 63
C. Mchale (USA) d N. Osaka (JPN) 63 64
C. Bellis (USA) d L. Siegemund (GER) 75 76(3)
A. Sevastova (LAT) d A. Riske (USA) 64 67(3) 62
Q. Wang (CHN) d [Q] O. Jabeur (TUN) 63 61

Women’s
Doubles – Second Round

[2] E. Makarova (RUS) / E. Vesnina (RUS) d A. Klepac (SLO) / M. Martínez Sánchez (ESP) 63 76(5)
[4] Y. Chan (TPE) / M. Hingis (SUI) d A. Groenefeld (GER) / K. Peschke (CZE) 46 63 14-12
G. Dabrowski (CAN) / J. Ostapenko (LAT) d D. Jurak (CRO) / A. Rodionova (AUS) 76(6) 61
First Round
[5] H. Chan (TPE) / Y. Shvedova (KAZ) d E. Mertens (BEL) / A. Naydenova (BUL) 62 64
[7] A. Spears (USA) / K. Srebotnik (SLO) d L. Kichenok (UKR) / N. Kichenok (UKR) 62 63

ORDER OF PLAY – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2017
CENTRE COURT start 11:00 am
E. Makarova (RUS) vs L. Davis (USA)
Q. Wang (CHN) vs K. Mladenovic (FRA)

Not Before 2:00 pm
C. Mchale (USA) vs [7] E. Svitolina (UKR)
[1] A. Kerber (GER) vs M. Puig (PUR)

Not Before 7:00 pm
C. Bellis (USA) vs [4] A. Radwanska (POL)
K. Bondarenko (UKR) vs [10] C. Wozniacki (DEN)

COURT 1 start 12:00 noon
A. Konjuh (CRO) vs [8] E. Vesnina (RUS)
[WC] S. Peng (CHN) vs A. Sevastova (LAT)
[7] A. Spears (USA) / K. Srebotnik (SLO) vs R. Olaru (ROU) / O. Savchuk (UKR)
K. Bertens (NED) / J. Larsson (SWE) vs [3] S. Mirza (IND) / B. Strycova (CZE)

COURT 3 start 1:00 pm
I. Begu (ROU) / D. Kasatkina (RUS) vs [5] H. Chan (TPE) / Y. Shvedova (KAZ)
[1] C. Garcia (FRA) / K. Mladenovic (FRA) vs V. Golubic (SUI) / Kr. Pliskova (CZE)
M. Minella (LUX) / A. Sevastova (LAT) vs [6] A. Hlavackova (CZE) / S. Peng (CHN)

 

Open 13 Provence
Marseille, France
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Indoor Hard
RESULTS – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
N. Mahut (FRA) d [5] A. Zverev (GER) 76(5) 76(5)
[6] R. Gasquet (FRA) d R. Haase (NED) 67(5) 63 62
[Q] S. Stakhovsky (UKR) d J. Vesely (CZE) 62 64
A. Bedene (GBR) d P. Mathieu (FRA) 36 61 64
J. Struff (GER) d J. Chardy (FRA) 63 75
[Q] N. Gombos (SVK) d [Q] E. Donskoy (RUS) 61 61
[WC] J. Benneteau (FRA) d [WC] D. Shapovalov (CAN) 75 64
I. Marchenko (UKR) d [Q] A. Rublev (RUS) 61 76(6)

Doubles – First Round
[2] M. Pavic (CRO) / A. Peya (AUT) d K. Skupski (GBR) / N. Skupski (GBR) 62 63
J. Cerretani (USA) / P. Oswald (AUT) d [WC] L. Miedler (AUT) / M. Neuchrist (AUT) 76(2) 60
[Alt] M. Chazal (FRA) / D. Guez (FRA) d M. Jaziri (TUN) / A. Sancic (CRO) 67(3) 64 10-6

SCHEDULE – WEDNESDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2017

COURT CENTRAL start 12:00 pm
D. Medvedev (RUS) vs [8] B. Paire (FRA)
Not Before 2:00 pm
[7] G. Simon (FRA) vs [WC] J. Benneteau (FRA)
M. Youzhny (RUS) vs [6] R. Gasquet (FRA)
Not Before 7:00 pm
M. Jaziri (TUN) vs [3] N. Kyrgios (AUS)
[4] L. Pouille (FRA) vs A. Bedene (GBR)

COURT 1 start 12:00 pm
[4] W. Koolhof (NED) / M. Middelkoop (NED) vs J. Brunstrom (SWE) / A. Siljestrom (SWE)
R. Jebavy (CZE) / J. Vesely (CZE) vs J. Chardy (FRA) / J. Eysseric (FRA)
Not Before 5:00 pm
Possible Court Change – [1] J. Benneteau (FRA) / N. Mahut (FRA) vs J. Cerretani (USA) / P. Oswald (AUT)

Rio Open presented by Claro
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Clay

RESULTS – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
T. Bellucci (BRA) d [1] K. Nishikori (JPN) 64 63
[2] D. Thiem (AUT) d [WC] J. Tipsarevic (SRB) 64 75
[4] P. Carreno Busta (ESP) d [WC] J. Souza (BRA) 63 62
[5] A. Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) d S. Robert (FRA) 62 60
A. Dolgopolov (UKR) d [6] D. Ferrer (ESP) 64 64
F. Delbonis (ARG) d [7] P. Lorenzi (ITA) 46 61 64
T. Monteiro (BRA) d G. Elias (POR) 26 76(4) 64
[LL] V. Estrella Burgos (DOM) d G. Pella (ARG) 62 75
H. Zeballos (ARG) d C. Berlocq (ARG) 62 63
F. Fognini (ITA) d [PR] T. Robredo (ESP) 62 64

SCHEDULE – WEDNESDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2017

QUADRA CENTRAL start 4:30 pm
F. Delbonis (ARG) vs D. Schwartzman (ARG)
Not Before 7:00 pm
[5] A. Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) vs F. Fognini (ITA)
D. Lajovic (SRB) vs [2] D. Thiem (AUT)

QUADRA 1 start 4:30 pm
[WC] T. Bellucci (BRA) / T. Monteiro (BRA) vs [4] J. Cabal (COL) / R. Farah (COL)
[WC] F. Neis (BRA) / J. Souza (BRA) vs [2] L. Kubot (POL) / M. Melo (BRA)
[1] J. Murray (GBR) / B. Soares (BRA) vs M. Daniell (NZL) / M. Demoliner (BRA)
[PR] T. Robredo (ESP) / A. Sa (BRA) vs A. Molteni (ARG) / D. Schwartzman (ARG)

QUADRA 2 start 4:30 pm
[Q] N. Kicker (ARG) vs [Q] A. De Greef (BEL)
[3] P. Carreno Busta (ESP) / P. Cuevas (URU) vs S. Gonzalez (MEX) / D. Marrero (ESP)
P. Lorenzi (ITA) / J. Sousa (POR) vs [Q] F. Bagnis (ARG) / G. Elias (POR)

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Tennis Results – Budapest, Delray Beach, Dubai, Marseille and Rio

HUNGARIAN LADIES OPEN – BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
$250,000
FEBRUARY 20-26, 2017

RESULTS – FEBRUARY 20, 2017
Women’s
Singles – First Round

[2] L. Safarova (CZE) d M. Linette (POL) 60 57 76(4)
[6] P. Parmentier (FRA) d K. Kozlova (UKR) 76(3) 76(2)
[8] A. Beck (GER) d J. Cepelova (SVK) 62 62
D. Vekic (CRO) d E. Alexandrova (RUS) 63 75
S. Hsieh (TPE) d S. Sorribes Tormo (ESP) 26 63 61

Women’s
Doubles – First Round

[WC] A. Bukta (HUN) / F. Stollar (HUN) d L. Kuncikova (CZE) / L. Marozava (BLR) 63 64

Women’s
Qualifying Singles – Second Round

Qualifying – [1] A. Kontaveit (EST) d V. Tomova (BUL) 63 63
Qualifying – [12] A. Blinkova (RUS) d [3] A. Bogdan (ROU) 64 63
Qualifying – B. Stefkova (CZE) d [4] M. Zanevska (BEL) 62 63
Qualifying – [6] A. Sasnovich (BLR) d [11] I. Jorovic (SRB) 36 63 64
Qualifying – [9] I. Shinikova (BUL) d T. Smitkova (CZE) 63 64
Qualifying – T. Korpatsch (GER) d J. Fett (CRO) 62 64

ORDER OF PLAY – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2017
KÖRMÖCZY COURT start 10:00 am
N. Broady (GBR) vs [Q] A. Blinkova (RUS)
[3] J. Goerges (GER) vs [Q] A. Kontaveit (EST)
K. Flipkens (BEL) vs [Q] A. Sasnovich (BLR)

Not Before 4:30 pm
[1] T. Babos (HUN) / L. Safarova (CZE) vs J. Cepelova (SVK) / B. Krejcikova (CZE)
D. Kovinic (MNE) vs [WC] F. Stollar (HUN)

TEMESVÁRI COURT start 10:00 am
E. Rodina (RUS) vs [Q] T. Korpatsch (GER)

Not Before 11:00 am
[3] D. Schuurs (NED) / R. Voracova (CZE) vs M. Adamczak (AUS) / N. Melichar (USA)
A. Beck (GER) / C. Witthoeft (GER) vs A. Cadantu (ROU) / N. Geuer (GER)
T. Moore (GBR) / C. Perrin (SUI) vs A. Rodionova (AUS) / G. Voskoboeva (KAZ)

 

Delray Beach Open
Delray Beach, Florida USA
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Hard

RESULTS – MONDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
[4] [WC] S. Querrey (USA) d D. Sela (ISR) 62 21 ret. (back)
[8] K. Edmund (GBR) d A. Mannarino (FRA) 63 60
Y. Lu (TPE) d [WC] B. Fratangelo (USA) 46 75 64
Y. Nishioka (JPN) d [Q] K. Coppejans (BEL) 63 63
T. Fritz (USA) d [Q] A. Santillan (JPN) 64 64

Doubles – First Round
[PR] T. Haas (GER) / V. Pospisil (CAN) d S. Darcis (BEL) / A. Mannarino (FRA) 64 63
P. Raja (IND) / D. Sharan (IND) d [WC] P. Bester (CAN) / P. Polansky (CAN) 64 36 10-4

SCHEDULE – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

STADIUM start 11:00 am
R. Albot (MDA) vs [3] J. Sock (USA)
Not Before 12:30 pm
[1] M. Raonic (CAN) vs [Q] T. Smyczek (USA)
Not Before 2:30 pm
D. Young (USA) vs [2] I. Karlovic (CRO)
Not Before 6:00 pm
N. Basilashvili (GEO) vs [PR] T. Haas (GER)
Not Before 8:00 pm
K. Anderson (RSA) vs [7] J. del Potro (ARG)

COURT 1 start 11:00 am
D. Brown (GER) vs G. Garcia-Lopez (ESP)
[6] B. Tomic (AUS) vs [Q] S. Darcis (BEL)
[5] S. Johnson (USA) vs [WC] S. Kozlov (USA)
Y. Lu (TPE) / L. Paes (IND) vs [WC] B. Fratangelo (USA) / T. Fritz (USA)
J. Erlich (ISR) / S. Lipsky (USA) vs [4] O. Marach (AUT) / F. Martin (FRA)

COURT 4 start 11:00 am
K. Kravchuk (RUS) vs D. Dzumhur (BIH)
S. Giraldo (COL) vs B. Coric (CRO)
J. Donaldson (USA) vs M. Kukushkin (KAZ)
After suitable rest – K. Kravchuk (RUS) / D. Sela (ISR) vs [2] R. Klaasen (RSA) / R. Ram (USA)
[3] T. Huey (PHI) / M. Mirnyi (BLR) vs R. Lindstedt (SWE) / M. Venus (NZL)

 

DUBAI DUTY FREE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS – DUBAI, UAE
$2,666,000
17-25 FEBRUARY, 2017

RESULTS – FEBRUARY 20, 2017
Women’s
Singles – First Round

[10] C. Wozniacki (DEN) d D. Kasatkina (RUS) 62 75
A. Riske (USA) d [11] C. Vandeweghe (USA) 64 64
C. Mchale (USA) d [13] K. Bertens (NED) 67(5) 63 64
C. Bellis (USA) d [17] Y. Putintseva (KAZ) 61 75
M. Puig (PUR) d Y. Shvedova (KAZ) 63 46 64
A. Konjuh (CRO) d S. Zhang (CHN) 60 61
M. Doi (JPN) d M. Brengle (USA) 62 67(4) 63
L. Davis (USA) d [LL] M. Minella (LUX) 26 62 61
K. Bondarenko (UKR) d [Q] A. Sabalenka (BLR) 46 64 63
[Q] E. Mertens (BEL) d T. Pironkova (BUL) 63 62
[WC] S. Peng (CHN) d L. Tsurenko (UKR) 61 61
K. Mladenovic (FRA) d K. Siniakova (CZE) 63 63

Women’s
Doubles – First Round

[6] A. Hlavackova (CZE) / S. Peng (CHN) d C. Liang (CHN) / Z. Yang (CHN) 75 62
V. Golubic (SUI) / Kr. Pliskova (CZE) d R. Atawo (USA) / Y. Xu (CHN) 64 62
A. Groenefeld (GER) / K. Peschke (CZE) d [WC] F. Al Nabhani (OMA) / M. Barthel (GER) 46 61 11-9
R. Olaru (ROU) / O. Savchuk (UKR) d N. Hibino (JPN) / A. Rosolska (POL) 46 76(4) 10-4
A. Klepac (SLO) / M. Martínez Sánchez (ESP) d J. Jankovic (SRB) / A. Pavlyuchenkova (RUS) 64 64

ORDER OF PLAY – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2017
CENTRE COURT start 11:00 am
[3] D. Cibulkova (SVK) vs E. Makarova (RUS)
[Q] E. Mertens (BEL) vs [4] A. Radwanska (POL)
[5] G. Muguruza (ESP) vs K. Bondarenko (UKR)
K. Mladenovic (FRA) vs [2] Ka. Pliskova (CZE)

Not Before 7:00 pm
[1] A. Kerber (GER) vs [WC] M. Barthel (GER)
[Q] S. Zheng (CHN) vs [7] E. Svitolina (UKR)

COURT 1 start 12:00 noon
M. Puig (PUR) vs [15] C. Garcia (FRA)
[12] S. Stosur (AUS) vs A. Konjuh (CRO)

Not Before 4:00 pm
V. Golubic (SUI) vs [10] C. Wozniacki (DEN)
[9] B. Strycova (CZE) vs [WC] S. Peng (CHN)

COURT 2 start 12:00 noon
C. Bellis (USA) vs L. Siegemund (GER)
L. Davis (USA) vs Kr. Pliskova (CZE)

Not Before 4:00 pm
A. Sevastova (LAT) vs A. Riske (USA)

COURT 3 start 12:00 noon
M. Doi (JPN) vs [8] E. Vesnina (RUS)
[Q] O. Jabeur (TUN) vs Q. Wang (CHN)
C. Mchale (USA) vs N. Osaka (JPN)
[4] Y. Chan (TPE) / M. Hingis (SUI) vs A. Groenefeld (GER) / K. Peschke (CZE)

COURT 7 start 12:00 noon
[7] A. Spears (USA) / K. Srebotnik (SLO) vs L. Kichenok (UKR) / N. Kichenok (UKR)
D. Jurak (CRO) / A. Rodionova (AUS) vs G. Dabrowski (CAN) / J. Ostapenko (LAT)
A. Klepac (SLO) / M. Martínez Sánchez (ESP) vs [2] E. Makarova (RUS) / E. Vesnina (RUS)
E. Mertens (BEL) / A. Naydenova (BUL) vs [5] H. Chan (TPE) / Y. Shvedova (KAZ)

Open 13 Provence
Marseille, France
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Indoor Hard

RESULTS – MONDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
[7] G. Simon (FRA) d K. Khachanov (RUS) 46 75 63
M. Youzhny (RUS) d [WC] S. Tsitsipas (GRE) 61 46 75
M. Jaziri (TUN) d A. Kuznetsov (RUS) 63 63

Doubles – First Round
[1] J. Benneteau (FRA) / N. Mahut (FRA) d [PR] J. Melzer (AUT) / L. Pouille (FRA) 67(6) 63 11-9
[WC] N. Kyrgios (AUS) / M. Reid (AUS) d [3] R. Bopanna (IND) / J. Nedunchezhiyan (IND) 64 64
R. Haase (NED) / D. Inglot (GBR) d P. Petzschner (GER) / A. Qureshi (PAK) 76(5) 63

SCHEDULE – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

COURT CENTRAL start 12:00 pm
J. Chardy (FRA) vs J. Struff (GER)
A. Bedene (GBR) vs P. Mathieu (FRA)
[WC] J. Benneteau (FRA) vs [WC] D. Shapovalov (CAN)
Not Before 7:00 pm
R. Haase (NED) vs [6] R. Gasquet (FRA)
[5] A. Zverev (GER) vs N. Mahut (FRA)

COURT 1 start 12:00 pm
[Q] A. Rublev (RUS) vs I. Marchenko (UKR)
[Q] N. Gombos (SVK) vs [Q] E. Donskoy (RUS)
[Q] S. Stakhovsky (UKR) vs J. Vesely (CZE)
Not Before 5:00 pm
Possible Court Change – M. Jaziri (TUN) / A. Sancic (CRO) vs K. Khachanov (RUS) / D. Medvedev (RUS)
K. Skupski (GBR) / N. Skupski (GBR) vs [2] M. Pavic (CRO) / A. Peya (AUT)
[WC] L. Miedler (AUT) / M. Neuchrist (AUT) vs J. Cerretani (USA) / P. Oswald (AUT)

 

Rio Open presented by Claro
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
20-26 February 2017 Surface: Clay

RESULTS – MONDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round
[Q] A. De Greef (BEL) d [3] P. Cuevas (URU) 63 36 75
[Q] R. Carballes Baena (ESP) d [8] J. Sousa (POR) 63 61
[WC] C. Ruud (NOR) d R. Dutra Silva (BRA) 63 64
[Q] N. Kicker (ARG) d [Q] M. Cecchinato (ITA) 75 60
D. Schwartzman (ARG) d R. Olivo (ARG) 62 36 64
D. Lajovic (SRB) d F. Bagnis (ARG) 64 64

Doubles – First Round
N. Monroe (USA) / A. Sitak (NZL) d G. Duran (ARG) / A. Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) 76(5) 76(5)
J. Peralta (CHI) / H. Zeballos (ARG) d [PR] S. Bolelli (ITA) / F. Fognini (ITA) 46 76(2) 10-8

SCHEDULE – TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2017

QUADRA CENTRAL start 4:30 pm
T. Monteiro (BRA) vs G. Elias (POR)
Not Before 7:00 pm
[1] K. Nishikori (JPN) vs T. Bellucci (BRA)
[WC] J. Tipsarevic (SRB) vs [2] D. Thiem (AUT)

QUADRA 1 start 4:30 pm
[PR] T. Robredo (ESP) vs F. Fognini (ITA)
[4] P. Carreno Busta (ESP) vs [WC] J. Souza (BRA)
A. Dolgopolov (UKR) vs [6] D. Ferrer (ESP)

QUADRA 2 start 5:00 pm
[5] A. Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) vs S. Robert (FRA)
C. Berlocq (ARG) vs H. Zeballos (ARG)

QUADRA 5 start 5:00 pm
[7] P. Lorenzi (ITA) vs F. Delbonis (ARG)
G. Pella (ARG) vs G. Melzer (AUT)

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Former Champ Wozniacki and Gold Medalist Puig Advance, While Vandeweghe Loses To Riske in Dubai

Caroline Wozniacki, courtesy of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

(February 20, 2017) Former champion Caroline Wozniacki began the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships winning 6-2, 7-5 over teenager Daria Kasatkina. Although Wozniacki is just off reaching the final of Doha.

 

“Well, obviously seeing the draw, it’s like, well, could have had an easier first round,” said Wozniacki, who won the title in 2011 and has reached the semifinals in her last four apperances in Dubai. “She’s a good young player. She mixes up the pace a lot. She kind of tries to bring you out of your rhythm and she has great hands. I was really pleased with how I was able to just stay focused out there from the beginning. I didn’t really know how I was going to play to start off with. Generally, I was pleased with my game.”

 

Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig who is nursing a sore back, beat Yaroslava Shvedova 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Puig had a medical time out after the second set.

 

“It’s just some lower back soreness,” Puig said. “I came from Doha two days ago, so the balls are a bit different. The court is definitely much different than in Doha. It’s just something that I have to go and get treatment with, but it’s really no big deal.”

 

Eleventh seed CoCo Vandeweghe lost 6-4, 6-4 to Fed cup teammate Alison Riske, and 13th seed Kiki Bertens was also upset, losing 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-4 to Christine McHale. Peng Shuai took full advantage of her wild card, overwhelming Lesia Tsurenko 6-1 6-1 in just 55 minutes, and Elise Mertens became the third qualifier to reach the second round when she defeated Tsvetana Pironkova 6-3 6-2.

 

The top eight seeds received first round byes and will be in action from Tuesday. They include US Open champion and world number two Angelique Kerber, 2017 Brisbane and Doha champion Karolina Pliskova, WTA Finals winner Dominika Cibulkova, French Open champion Garbine Muguruza, and former Dubai winner Agnieszka Radwanska.

 

“There are so many top players competing on Tuesday that not all can be scheduled on Centre Court,” said tournament director Salah Tahlak. “That means spectators will be able to see stars such as Caroline Wozniacki, Olympic gold medal winner Monica Puig and Tunisian qualifier Ons Jabeur free of charge on the outside courts. As an added bonus, they will also be able to catch one of the greatest players of all time, Martina Hingis, in doubles action.”

DUBAI DUTY FREE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS – DUBAI, UAE
$2,666,000
17-25 FEBRUARY, 2017

RESULTS – FEBRUARY 20, 2017
Women’s
Singles – First Round

[10] C. Wozniacki (DEN) d D. Kasatkina (RUS) 62 75
A. Riske (USA) d [11] C. Vandeweghe (USA) 64 64
C. Mchale (USA) d [13] K. Bertens (NED) 67(5) 63 64
C. Bellis (USA) d [17] Y. Putintseva (KAZ) 61 75
M. Puig (PUR) d Y. Shvedova (KAZ) 63 46 64
A. Konjuh (CRO) d S. Zhang (CHN) 60 61
M. Doi (JPN) d M. Brengle (USA) 62 67(4) 63
L. Davis (USA) d [LL] M. Minella (LUX) 26 62 61
K. Bondarenko (UKR) d [Q] A. Sabalenka (BLR) 46 64 63
[Q] E. Mertens (BEL) d T. Pironkova (BUL) 63 62
[WC] S. Peng (CHN) d L. Tsurenko (UKR) 61 61
K. Mladenovic (FRA) d K. Siniakova (CZE) 63 63

Women’s
Doubles – First Round

[6] A. Hlavackova (CZE) / S. Peng (CHN) d C. Liang (CHN) / Z. Yang (CHN) 75 62
V. Golubic (SUI) / Kr. Pliskova (CZE) d R. Atawo (USA) / Y. Xu (CHN) 64 62
A. Groenefeld (GER) / K. Peschke (CZE) d [WC] F. Al Nabhani (OMA) / M. Barthel (GER) 46 61 11-9
R. Olaru (ROU) / O. Savchuk (UKR) d N. Hibino (JPN) / A. Rosolska (POL) 46 76(4) 10-4
A. Klepac (SLO) / M. Martínez Sánchez (ESP) d J. Jankovic (SRB) / A. Pavlyuchenkova (RUS) 64 64

ORDER OF PLAY – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2017
CENTRE COURT start 11:00 am
[3] D. Cibulkova (SVK) vs E. Makarova (RUS)
[Q] E. Mertens (BEL) vs [4] A. Radwanska (POL)
[5] G. Muguruza (ESP) vs K. Bondarenko (UKR)
K. Mladenovic (FRA) vs [2] Ka. Pliskova (CZE)

Not Before 7:00 pm
[1] A. Kerber (GER) vs [WC] M. Barthel (GER)
[Q] S. Zheng (CHN) vs [7] E. Svitolina (UKR)

COURT 1 start 12:00 noon
M. Puig (PUR) vs [15] C. Garcia (FRA)
[12] S. Stosur (AUS) vs A. Konjuh (CRO)

Not Before 4:00 pm
V. Golubic (SUI) vs [10] C. Wozniacki (DEN)
[9] B. Strycova (CZE) vs [WC] S. Peng (CHN)

COURT 2 start 12:00 noon
C. Bellis (USA) vs L. Siegemund (GER)
L. Davis (USA) vs Kr. Pliskova (CZE)

Not Before 4:00 pm
A. Sevastova (LAT) vs A. Riske (USA)

COURT 3 start 12:00 noon
M. Doi (JPN) vs [8] E. Vesnina (RUS)
[Q] O. Jabeur (TUN) vs Q. Wang (CHN)
C. Mchale (USA) vs N. Osaka (JPN)
[4] Y. Chan (TPE) / M. Hingis (SUI) vs A. Groenefeld (GER) / K. Peschke (CZE)

COURT 7 start 12:00 noon
[7] A. Spears (USA) / K. Srebotnik (SLO) vs L. Kichenok (UKR) / N. Kichenok (UKR)
D. Jurak (CRO) / A. Rodionova (AUS) vs G. Dabrowski (CAN) / J. Ostapenko (LAT)
A. Klepac (SLO) / M. Martínez Sánchez (ESP) vs [2] E. Makarova (RUS) / E. Vesnina (RUS)
E. Mertens (BEL) / A. Naydenova (BUL) vs [5] H. Chan (TPE) / Y. Shvedova (KAZ)

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USTA to Host Inaugural All-American College Combine Collegiate Scouting Event for American Juniors

USTA TO HOST INAUGURAL USTA ALL-AMERICAN COLLEGE COMBINE

COLLEGIATE SCOUTING EVENT FOR AMERICAN JUNIORS

 

USTA All-American College Combine and USTA/ITA Collegiate Coaches Workshop

Set for June 14-16 at USTA National Campus in Orlando

 

From the USTA: ORLANDO, Fla., February 20 2017 – The USTA today announced that USTA Player Development will host the inaugural USTA All-American College Combine – the first-ever national collegiate scouting event for American juniors – and USTA/ITA Collegiate Coaches Workshop June 14-16 at the USTA National Campus at Lake Nona in Orlando.

 

The USTA All-American College Combine is designed to give American juniors exposure, knowledge, and data to help their recruitment by college tennis programs around the country. Participants will engage in a number of on- and off-court evaluations over the three days, including tournament match play in front of college tennis coaches. The tournament will be considered a Tennis Recruiting “National Showcase,” so results will count toward each player’s Universal Tennis Rating, and the tournament winners will receive a main draw wild card into a USTA Pro Circuit $15,000 event.

 

Led by USTA Player Development staff and Dr. Mark Kovacs, all data will be collected and a report will be created for each participant. Players from the Team USA National Junior Team will participate in the event.

 

The USTA National Campus will also host a combined USTA/ITA College Coaches Workshop simultaneously with the USTA All-American College Combine, with more than 100 collegiate coaches from NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA and Junior College programs expected to attend. The workshop will offer a variety of coaching education and professional development sessions.

 

“Supporting American juniors and their parents in their quests for college scholarships is a priority for us,” said USTA Collegiate Tennis Director Stephen Amritraj. “The USTA All-American College Combine is a way to provide college coaches a convenient opportunity to evaluate American juniors and hopefully increase the number of Americans on college teams throughout the country.”

 

“Not only is college tennis a viable part of the professional tennis pathway, the majority of the tennis community’s leaders have experienced college tennis,” said Martin Blackman, General Manager, USTA Player Development. “College tennis is an integral part of our tennis ecosystem. It pulls junior players up, it pushes pros out and it cultivates business leaders with an affinity for our great sport. We recognize that college tennis coaches are recruiting in a global market, but as the National Federation we need to create as many developmental opportunities as possible for junior players who aspire to play varsity college tennis.”

 

2017 USTA All-American College Combine

USTA National Campus, Orlando, Fla.

June 14-16, 2017

 

The USTA All-American College Combine is the latest initiative through which the USTA aims to help American juniors maximize their exposure as they work to earn college scholarships. The USTA also provides exclusive opportunities for American collegians to earn pro wild cards through collegiate competition, compete on the USTA Collegiate National Team, achieve grants for playing in professional tournaments and enroll in Professional Tennis Management programs at select colleges.

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Tsonga, Dolgopolov and Harrison Win ATP World Tour Titles

(February 19, 2017) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won his 13th career title on the ATP World Tour on Sunday, coming back to stop third seed David Goffin of Belgium 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in the final of the World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.

The sixth seed, now ranked at No. 14 is the first Frenchman since Michael Llodra in 2008 to win the title.

“I’m really happy. The last couple of months I put in a lot of effort to come back to this level,” Tsonga said. “It’s a huge reward for me and it gives me new expectations for the rest of the year.”

The victory for the 31-year-old 2008 Australian Open finalist Tsonga was his  401st match win.

David Goffin

“It was a great week in the end,” Goffin said. “There was a lot of emotion this week and I won a lot of matches. I was a bit tired today. I started the final really well, but in the end Jo played better than me, especially in the third set. Of course I’m disappointed, but I played some good tennis and will be in the Top 10 on Monday.”

The 26-year-old Goffin will be the first Belgian to move into the Top Ten when the ranking come out on Monday.

Alexandr Dolgopolov

Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine upset top seed and world No. 5 Kei Nishikori of Japan 7-6(5), 6-4 to win the Argentina Open. It’s Dolgopolov’s third tournament win, with his last title victory coming at the 2012 Washington, DC event.

 

The Ukranian did not drop a set all week beating the second and fourth seeds on the way to the final. Dolgopolov came into Buenos Aires having lost 10 of his last 11 matches tour matches.
“I think you can call it a perfect week,’ said the winner. “I didn’t lose a set here and beat Kei for the first time. The fans were really supporting me and I felt very welcome here.”

Kei Nishikori

“I’m happy to be in the final,” said Nishikori. “Unfortunately I lost today, but Alex played better than me. I didn’t play badly, so hopefully I can keep this level going.”

 

Ryan Harrison

American Ryan Harrison won his first ATP World tour event by capturing the Memphis Open by beating Nikoloz Basilashvili of the Republic of Georgia 6-1, 6-4 in the final.

The 24-year-old is the second first-time winner this year on the men’s tennis tour, joining Sydney champion Gilles Muller.

Harrison won the event without losing a set.

“It’s always going to be special, but it’s even better here in front of a group of people that drove up from your hometown and have known you since you were five years old,” said the winner. “To do it in front of friends and family and people that saw the work I was putting in and my dedication, it definitely makes it more special.

“This was the first place I saw a professional tennis match, driving up from Shreveport. I will always remember Memphis. All those emotions were coming out there at the end. You have dreams and aspirations in life and for me it’s trying to be as great as I can in tennis. For me to come back here and win this title when I had thought it was impossible, it’s amazing.”

“In the first set, I could not find any rhythm, Nikoloz Basilashvili said. “I was not going for my shots and playing very defensive. Ryan was serving really well on the break points. I had a lot of chances in the second set, but the energy wasn’t great today. It hurts so much, but you have to learn from this for the next matches.”

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United States Moves into Fed Cup Semis with 4-0 Win Over Germany

 

(February 12, 2017) The United States moved into its first Fed cup semifinal since 2010 by besting Germany 4-0 at the Royal Lahaina Resort in Maui on Sunday.

Rain shortened play on Saturday with the U.S. up 1-0. Prior to play on Sunday, CoCo Vandeweghe won her second match when Julia Goerges retired with a right knee injury, with the American up 6-3, 3-1 when the match was called for rain.

Vandeweghe began the day coming back to beat Andrea Petkovic for the first time 3-6, 6-4, 6-0, capturing the last 10 games after taking a medical time out for heat illness. This clinched the tie for the U.S.

 

“I just think at 4-2 I had 15-40 and I was playing well.” Petkovic said. “I think she served really well in the decisive moments there. She had four first serves and then I played a bad game at 4-3.
 

“I think in tennis it can change so quickly.

 

“Then she was just serving really well in the third set. I never really got any rhythm to begin with. It was difficult for me to find my way or grind my way back into the match then in the third set.”

 

“It’s really a team effort,” Vandeweghe said of the win. “It’s a home tie for a reason. I think that was a big motivating factor for me to come out there and represent my country. I don’t really need much of a reason more to give everything I have out there on the court.

 

“That was kind of it.”

 

She gave credit to the Maui crowd – “ It’s no secret I was feeling like crap out there. I definitely needed a big pick-me-up. I definitely feed off the crowd and my teammates. This is one of the few times we do have teammates.

 

“I think that is definitely what pushed me through the hump for sure.”

 

Singles match D was skipped and in the doubles rubber, the Germany team had to retire, down 1-4 when Laura Siegemund injured her elbow.

 

The U.S. will host the Czech Republic the weekend of April 22-23 at a place to be announced.

 

U.S. Captain Kathy Rinaldi, making her debut as captain this weekend, spoke about the next tie: “Obviously Czech Republic is a very strong, tough team. They have many, many great players. One of our players knows one well.

 

“So, you know, yes. We’re going to enjoy this one. We’re going to look forward to playing them at home and have the home court advantage.

 

“Again, we’ll put together a strong team. I believe in all our American players. They’re doing great. They started off 2017 extremely strong.

 

“Yeah, we’re going to go for it.”

 

 

FINAL RESULTS

 

Saturday, 11:00 a.m. HST      

Singles A:

Alison Riske (USA) def. Andrea Petkovic (GER) 7-6(10), 6-2

Sunday, 10:00 a.m. HST  

Singles B:

Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Julia Goerges (GER) 6-3, 3-1, ret.

Singles C:

Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Andrea Petkovic (GER) 3-6, 6-4, 6-0

Singles D:

Alison Riske (USA) vs. Julia Goerges (GER) not played

Doubles:

Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Shelby Rogers (USA) def.

Laura Siegemund/Carina Witthoeft (GER)   4-1, ret.

 

 

WORLD GROUP FIRST ROUND RESULTS

United States def. Germany, 4-0

Czech Republic def. Spain, 3-2

Belarus def. Netherlands, 4-1

Switzerland def. France, 4-1

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Alexander Zverev Doubles Up in Montpellier Winning Singles and Doubles Titles

Alexander Zverev

 

(February 12, 2017) Nineteen-year-old Alexander Zverev defeated two-time defending champion Frenchmen Richard Gasquet 7-6(4), 6-3 to win the Open Sud de France in Mopntpellier on Sunday for his second career ATP World Tour title.

Zverev teamed up with his brother Mischa to also win the doubles title. The brothers Zverev defeated Fabrice Martin and Daniel Nestor 6-4, 6-7(3), 10-7 to win their first team title together.

“I’m very happy to win my first title of the year,” Alexander said. Obviously it was a very tough tournament, only one straight-sets match in the whole tournament, today, and it was not an easy one. I think it was a high-level match and I’m happy to get the win.”

 

“It’s great to win singles and doubles. I’m very happy with the way we played. We only dropped one set in the tournament. I think it was a very successful tournament for the Zverevs.”
Alexander becomes the first player to win singles and doubles titles at the same tournament since Lleyton Hewitt did it in Newport in 2014.

 

“It was an amazing week,” said older brother Mischa. “Congrats to my brother, winning singles and doubles for the first time. It’s always special playing doubles with him, especially playing well and winning. I’m really happy. I didn’t expect it.”

 

It’s also the first time a pair of brothers won a doubles title after one of them had won the singles title since Andy Murray did the double with Jamie Murray in Tokyo six years ago.

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Grigor Dimitrov Wins Home Title in Sofia

Grigor Dimitrov

(February 12, 2017) Hometown hero made good in Sofia Bulgaria on Sunday as third seed Grigor Dimitrov raised his 2017 record to 14-1 beating second seed David Goffin 7-5, 6-4 to raise the Sofia Open trophy for his sixth career ATP World Tour and second of the year. The 25-year-old won last month’s tennis tournament in Brisbane.

“This is my most prestigious title,” said the winner. “Winning it at home is a tremendous success for me. I will treasure this title for the rest of my life. It’s something amazing for me.”

“The crowd has been absolutely magnificent throughout the week. I’m more than thankful for their support.”

“Without you (the Bulgarian fans), I could never win this tournament,” Dimitrov said in an on-court interview.

“This title means a lot to me. Today, after the last point, I felt again like a kid playing in front of a home crowd.”

The Belgian Goffin, ranked No. 11 in the world, is now 0-3 against the Bulgarian.

Dimitrov has seen a resurgence this year, reaching the Australian Open semifinals and winning two tournaments this year. His ranking fell to No. 40 last summer. His ranking will jump up to No. 13 on Monday. His highest career ranking was No. 8.

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Victor Estrella Burgos Three-Peats at Ecuador Open

(February 12, 2017) Victor Estrella Burgos saved a match point to win his third straight Ecuador Open by beating the third seed, Italy’s Paolo Lorenzi 6-7(2), 7-5, 7-6(6) on the clay in Quito.

The Dominican tennis player, ranked at 156 in the world, becomes the lowest-ranked singles champion on the ATP World Tour since No. 192 Florian Mayer won in Halle last June.

Estrella Burgos knocked out top seed Ivo Karlovic and fourth seed Thomaz Bellucci to get to the final.

 

“It’s a great achievement for me to win three titles here,” Estrella Burgos said. “The recipe for my success here will be revealed when I retire [laughing], but for sure I’ll come back here next year. I’ll play in Quito every year until I retire.”

“Without any doubt, this final has been the toughest. Paolo doesn’t give away anything because he is a great fighter.”
“I love playing here and I’m sure I’ll be back next year,” said the losing finalist. I loved the crowd and how they welcomed and supported me during the whole week. I am thankful. I’m leaving with an ATP final and that’s very important to me.”

 

The 36-year-old Dominican becomes the first player in ATP World Tour history to win at least three titles at one event and none anywhere else. He also joins a select group of nine active players to have completed a “three-peat” at a tournament, which includes Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Davis Ferrer, Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori, Milos Raonic, and John Isner.

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United States Host Germany in Fed Cup First Round in Maui

Team USA, (Left to right) CoCo Vandeweghe, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Alison Riske, Shelby Rogers, Captain Kathy Rinaldi at the 2017 Fed Cup tie between the United States and Germany in Maui, HI on February 7.

 

 

(February 10, 2017) The United States takes on Germany in the first round of World Group this weekend in Maui. Day one’s schedule includes two singles matches featuring each country’s No. 1 player against the other country’s No. 2 player. Sunday’s schedule features two “reverse singles” matches, where the No. 1 players square off and then the No. 2 players meet, followed by the doubles match.

 

The Royal Lahaina Resort hosts the tie which will lead off with world No. 40 Alison Riske taking on world No. 51 Andrea Petkovic.

 

Riske is playing in her first Fed Cup tie since 2015 and is competing in her second Fed Cup singles match, holding an 0-1 record. Riske peaked at a career-high No. 38 in the world this January after a strong start to 2017, highlighted by reaching her fifth career WTA singles final in Shenzhen and advancing to the third round of the Australian Open. Petkovic is competing in her 14th Fed Cup tie and holds a 12-6 Fed Cup singles record. She peaked at No. 9 in the world in October 2011 when she reached the quarterfinals of three different Grand Slams (Australian Open, French Open, and the US Open). She also advanced to the semifinals of the 2014 French Open. Riske and Petkovic have never faced each other in WTA competition.

 

The second match-up on Saturday will feature the United States’ top player Coco Vandeweghe against German Julia Goerges. Vandeweghe and Goerges have met three times on the WTA Tour, with Goerges holding a 2-1 record over Vandeweghe. Goerges won the last two meetings at the 2015 French Open (in three sets) and in Brussels in 2013. Vandeweghe defeated Goerges in Tokyo in 2010. Vandeweghe is ranked a career-high No. 20 in the world after advancing to the semifinals of the 2017 Australian Open—her career-best Grand Slam result. In Australia, she upset three seeded players, including then-world No. 1 Angelique Kerber, before falling to Venus Williams in the semifinals. Vandeweghe has played in four Fed Cup ties for the U.S., holding a 1-3 record in singles and a 3-0 record in doubles. Goerges is ranked No. 57 in the world and peaked at a career-high No. 15 in the world in April 2012. She holds two WTA titles and advanced to four additional finals. She is playing in her 14th Fed Cup tie and holds a 4-6 singles record in Fed Cup play.

 

Kathy Rinaldi will be making her debut as Fed Cup Captain in this match-up.Rinaldi was named the 19th U.S. Fed Cup Captain on December 8, succeeding Mary Joe Fernandez after eight years at the post. Rinaldi currently serves as Lead National Coach, Team USA – Pro Women for USTA Player Development, focused on helping American pros achieve Top-100 rankings. She has coached the U.S. to multiple junior international team competition titles and coached the U.S. women in the Pan-American Games in 2015. Rinaldi, 49, was ranked as high as No. 7 in the world in singles (May 1986) and No. 13 in the world in doubles (February 1993).

 

The winner of this matchup will advance to face either the Czech Republic or Spain in the World Group Semifinals, held April 22-23, for a chance to compete for the 2017 Fed Cup title. The losing nation will compete in the World Group Playoffs in April to remain in the World Group.

 

Order of Play

Saturday, 11:00 a.m. HST      

Singles A: Alison Riske (USA) vs. Andrea Petkovic (GER)

Singles B: Coco Vandeweghe (USA) vs. Julia Goerges (GER)

 

Sunday, 10:00 a.m. HST  

Singles C: Coco Vandeweghe (USA) vs. Andrea Petkovic (GER)

Singles D: Alison Riske (USA) vs. Julia Goerges (GER)

Doubles:Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Coco Vandeweghe (USA) vs. Laura Siegemund/Carina Witthoeft (GER)

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