Olga Danilovic, Moscow River Cup
July 30, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic came down from Cloud 9 to discuss winning her maiden WTA title at the Moscow River Cup, how she nearly missed out on making her main draw debut, and being at the forefront of the game's next generation.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 29, 2018
Olga Danilovic, de 17 años, se adjudicó el título de la Moscow River Cup por su primer título de WTA, después de una victoria en tres sets sobre su compatriota Anastasia Potapova, de 17 años, que le permitió convertirse en la primera lucky loser en levantar un trofeo de la WTA.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 29, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic clinched the Moscow River Cup title for her first WTA singles championship, after a three-set win over fellow 17-year-old Anastasia Potapova let her become the first-ever lucky loser to hoist a WTA singles trophy.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 28, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic outlasted No.5 seed Aliaksandra Sasnovich to move into the first WTA final of her career at the Moscow River Cup.
Anastasia Potapova (© Moscow River Cup)
July 28, 2018
17-year-old wild card Anastasia Potapova moved into her maiden WTA final at the Moscow River Cup after Tamara Zidansek retired in the final set.
Anastasia Potapova (Getty Images)
July 27, 2018
17-year-old wild card Anastasia Potapova reached the first WTA semifinal of her career with a comeback victory over compatriot Valentyna Ivakhnenko.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 27, 2018
Olga Danilovic, de 17 años, avanzó a las semifinales de la Moscow River Cup, ganando la mayor victoria de su joven carrera con una derrota en dos sets ante la cabeza de serie No.1 y No. 10 del mundo, Julia Goerges.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 27, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic moved into the Moscow River Cup semifinals, picking up the biggest win of her young career with a straight-set upset of top seed and World No.10 Julia Goerges.
July 25, 2018
Alizé Cornet, Pauline Parmentier and Natalia Vikhlyantseva teamed up with “A Jersey For Life” to surprise the young patients of a Moscow area children’s hospital.
Julia Goerges, Moscow River Cup, Moscow International
July 25, 2018
Top seed Julia Goerges saved a set point to outlast hometown favorite Natalia Vikhlyantseva and advance into the Moscow River Cup quarterfinals in straight sets.
Anastasia Potapova (Getty Images)
July 25, 2018
17-year-old Anastasia Potapova claimed one of the biggest wins of her young career to reach the quarterfinals at the Moscow River Cup 2018.
Daria Kasatkina (Moscow River Cup)
July 24, 2018
La segunda cabeza de serie, Daria Kasatkina, fue rápida y eficiente en su primer partido en la Moscow River Cup 2018, perdiendo solo cuatro juegos contra una joven rusa.