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US OPEN SERIES
New Haven, CT
August 17-25, 2018
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46 Record(s) Found.
Puig, Sabalenka power through to semi-finals
Puerto Rico's Monica Puig pulls off the biggest upset of the tournament against No.2 seed Caroline Garcia, with Aryna Sabalenka also advancing to the last four.
Goerges building on Grand Slam breakthrough
Julia Goerges' builds on a breakthrough 2018 to dispose of Ekaterina Makarova for the first time to reach the semi-finals in New Haven.
Semi-final spots up for grabs on Day 6
French No.2 seed Caroline Garcia and three-time champion Petra Kvitova headline women's quarter-finals day at the Connecticut Open
Kvitova surges in quarter-finals
Three-time champion Petra Kvitova casts aside a second-set stumble to set clash with Carla Suarez Navarro
Sabalenka sees off defending champion
Free-swinging Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka is through to the quarter-finals after a high-intensity victory over Australian Daria Gavrilova
Davenport: Every kid deserves the opportunity
Former world No.1 Lindsay Davenport derives as much pleasure now giving back to the sport as she did chasing the silverware.
Garcia, Goerges triumph in Tuesday night thrillers
Second seed Caroline Garcia has survived a huge scare to reach the Connecticut Open quarter-finals on Tuesday night, while fifth seed Julia Goerges also scraped through in three.
Three-time champion eyes quarters on Day 4
Czech third seed Petra Kvitova, defending champion Daria Gavrilova and Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig headline Wednesday's play in New Haven.
Family matters for top French hope
Caroline Garcia is one spot shy of a career-high world No.5 and the results speak for themselves - this is a parent-coach dynamic getting plenty right
Kontaveit books clash with Olympic gold medalist
Estonian world No.28 Anett Kontaveit recovers from slow start to set clash with Puerto Rico's Monica Puig.
46 Record(s) Found.