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August 17-25, 2018
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45 Record(s) Found.
Sabalenka secures maiden tour title
It is fourth time lucky for Aryna Sabalenka with the Belarusian sweeping past Carla Suarez Navarro in the Connecticut Open final on Saturday.
Czechs land first doubles crown together
Top seeds Andrea Sestini Hlavackova and Barbora Strycova are the 2018 Connecticut Open doubles champions after stifling the comeback of Laura Siegemund and Su-wei Hsieh on Saturday.
Pursuit of perfection never fades
If there is competition involved, former world No.1 John McEnroe is one man still hell-bent on victory.
Final preview: Sabalenka faces Suarez Navarro
The contrasts make for a compelling title match as heavy-hitting Belarusian, Aryna Sabalenka, meets the experienced and crafty campaigner, Carla Suarez Navarro.
Suarez Navarro reaches New Haven final
Carla Suarez Navarro will face Aryna Sabalanka for the 2018 Connecticut Open title after her opponent, Monica Puig, retired hurt on Thursday night.
Sabalenka soars into New Haven final
Aryna Sabalenka proves she is a name for the future as she denies the last-remaining seed to reach her fourth career final.
Haas, Blake find new doors thrown open
While many struggle to find their calling after hanging up the racket, Tommy Haas and James Blake are making the most of their new lives
Last four standing square off for finals berths
It’s women’s semi-finals at the Connecticut Open with the last-standing seed squaring off against a rising star, and a former top-tenner meeting an Olympic gold medalist.
Suarez Navarro completes semi-final line-up
Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro reaches first semi-final of 2018 after Petra Kvitova is forced to retire with a shoulder injury.
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.
45 Record(s) Found.