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Photos Du Jour: On To The Next One

Whether it's the next round, the next tournament or the next point, the WTA stars can't be held down - they've got too much ambition. The best pics from Day 4...

Published May 28, 2014 12:10

After some early nerves, Anna Schmiedlova began opening her shoulders and hitting lights out...
After some early nerves, Anna Schmiedlova began opening her shoulders and hitting lights out...
And after three tough sets, the Slovakian teenager had upset No.29 seed Venus Williams, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
And after three tough sets, the Slovakian teenager had upset No.29 seed Venus Williams, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Garbiñe Muguruza followed her lead, though in much simpler fashion, taking out another big favorite.
Garbiñe Muguruza followed her lead, though in much simpler fashion, taking out another big favorite.
Muguruza stunned No.1 seed and two-time French Open champion Serena Williams in 64 minutes, 6-2, 6-2.
Muguruza stunned No.1 seed and two-time French Open champion Serena Williams in 64 minutes, 6-2, 6-2.
It was just the fourth time ever that the Williams sisters lost on the same day at a Grand Slam.
It was just the fourth time ever that the Williams sisters lost on the same day at a Grand Slam.
Daniela Hantuchova, the No.31 seed, won - and is now the most seasoned veteran remaining in the draw.
Daniela Hantuchova, the No.31 seed, won - and is now the most seasoned veteran remaining in the draw.
Not all the top seeds fell though - No.8 seed Angelique Kerber won through in straight sets...
Not all the top seeds fell though - No.8 seed Angelique Kerber won through in straight sets...
And No.7 seed Maria Sharapova battled past Tsvetana Pironkova, one of the tour's giant-killers.
And No.7 seed Maria Sharapova battled past Tsvetana Pironkova, one of the tour's giant-killers.
Johanna Larsson pulled off a stunner on the outside courts against the No.12 seed, Flavia Pennetta.
Johanna Larsson pulled off a stunner on the outside courts against the No.12 seed, Flavia Pennetta.
But Eugenie Bouchard kept winning, her winning streak now at seven in a row... can she make it eight?
But Eugenie Bouchard kept winning, her winning streak now at seven in a row... can she make it eight?
  • After some early nerves, Anna Schmiedlova began opening her shoulders and hitting lights out...
  • And after three tough sets, the Slovakian teenager had upset No.29 seed Venus Williams, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
  • Garbiñe Muguruza followed her lead, though in much simpler fashion, taking out another big favorite.
  • Muguruza stunned No.1 seed and two-time French Open champion Serena Williams in 64 minutes, 6-2, 6-2.
  • It was just the fourth time ever that the Williams sisters lost on the same day at a Grand Slam.
  • Daniela Hantuchova, the No.31 seed, won - and is now the most seasoned veteran remaining in the draw.
  • Not all the top seeds fell though - No.8 seed Angelique Kerber won through in straight sets...
  • And No.7 seed Maria Sharapova battled past Tsvetana Pironkova, one of the tour's giant-killers.
  • Johanna Larsson pulled off a stunner on the outside courts against the No.12 seed, Flavia Pennetta.
  • But Eugenie Bouchard kept winning, her winning streak now at seven in a row... can she make it eight?
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