Kerber second to Halep in WTA rankings
Germany's Angelique Kerber moved up to second place in the latest WTA rankings released Monday behind injured world number one Simona Halep.
Goodbye from Wimbledon
The 2018 Championships is the story of the vicissitudes of life occurring also in sports. Angelique Kerber resurfaced from a slump in 2017 to win her third major title. Novak Djokovic had dropped from the top spot in rankings because of injury and surgery; such that when he lost to Italian Marco Ceccinatto in Paris,…
Serena wins, through to semi-finals
Serena Williams survived a stiff challenge by Italian Camila Giorgi and won 3/6; 6/3; 6/4 to reach her 11th semi-final in Wimbledon. Angelique Kerber of Germany prevailed...
Federer, Serena, others through to quarter-finals
Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber advanced to the quarter-finals with straight set victories, while seventh-seeded Karolina Pliskova suffered an upset loss to Kiki Bertens of Netherlands.
Halep to face Wozniacki for title, Cilic through to final
Simona Halep of Romania defeated the 2016 champion Angelique Kerber, 6/3; 4/6; 9/7 and will face the second seed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark, who defeated Elise Mertens of Belgium 6/3; 7/6(2) in the finals on Sunday. In the men’s title chase, Marin Cilic of Croatia defeated Kyle Edmund of Great Britain 6/2; 7/6; 6/2 After…
Halep, Federer, Chung through to semi-finals
Even when he is out of the tournament, Rafael Nadal has relevance as his exit throws up Roger Federer as favourite to defend the title he won last year.
Chung stuns Djokovic, Kerber halts Hsieh
The second week kicked off with epic battles that pitted Europe and Asia. The results were evenly shared. Hyeon Chung offered the people of South Korea cause for jubilation as he continued his conquering ways by defeating Novak Djokovic 7/6(7); 7/5; 7/6(3). In the other inter-continental clash, Germany’s Angelique Kerber found a way to survive…
Kerber crushes Sharapova in ex-champs showdown at Ope
Angelique Kerber crushed Maria Sharapova in straight sets in a battle of former champions at the Australian Open on Saturday.
Unbeaten Kerber looks to extend winning streak
Former world number one Angelique Kerber says she is looking for more confidence-boosting matches ahead of next week's Australian Open after knocking Venus Williams out of the Sydney International.