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|Bethanie Mattek-Sands picks up her first top-10 win in two years at Miami Open|
Bethanie Mattek-Sands needed a wild-card invitation just to be able to play in the Miami Open.
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Grand Slam 2010 Australian Open Roger Federer 2009 Wimbledon Championships 2008 French Open Marion Bartoli Tennis 2009 French Open
|Krystyna Pliskova upsets Vinci to reach 2nd round in Dubai|
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Krystyna Pliskova of the Czech Republic came from a set down to upset 16th-seeded Roberta Vinci of Italy 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 at the Dubai Tennis Championships on Sunday.The 58th-ranked Pliskova, who played under the watchful eye of her twin sister, second-seeded Karolina Pliskova, was facing defeat as Vinci served for the match at 6-3, 5-4.But Pliskova won the next four games, and then broke Vinci's serve in the sixth game of the third set to secure the victory.
-2 points by Boston Herald | United Arab Emirates Elena Dementieva Dubai 2009 French Open Roberta Vinci 2010 Australian Open Abu Dhabi Flavia Pennetta
|Wawrinka: How I won the US Open|
With his index finger pointing to his temple, it was a gesture that came to define the 2016 US Open.
-1 points by CNN | Roger Federer Grand Slam US Open Andy Murray Tennis 2009 French Open Juan Martín del Potro Novak Djokovic
|Stan Wawrinka joins the elite club — even if he won’t admit it|
If this had been a rather lackluster U.S. Open marked primarily by the absence of marquee value through the late rounds of the tournament, Sunday’s men’s final produced 3 hours, 55 minutes of glittering tennis. And it was Stan Wawrinka, who does not possess either the name recognition or cachet of Big Four charter members...
4 points by New York Post | 2008 ATP Tour Roger Federer Rafael Nadal 2009 French Open Novak Djokovic Andy Murray 2010 ATP World Tour 2006 ATP Tour