Aryna Sabalenka reacts after winning her Abu Dhabi Open quarter-final match against Elena Rybakina (unseen) on Monday. Courtesy: WTA twitter
No.1 seed Sofia Kenin of the US opened her season by beating Yang Zhaoxuan 7-6 (4), 6-2 in the first round of the Abu Dhabi Open on Thursday. The American hit 11 aces against Yang to set up a second-round match against Kirsten Flipkens,
Aryna Sabalenka notched her 14th consecutive match-wins after ousting Maria Sakkari to enter the 2021 season’s first WTA singles final at the Abu Dhabi WTA Women’s Tennis Open. Reaching her third final in as many tournaments, world number 10 Sabalenka says she’ll do
Top seed Sofia Kenin of the United States moved into the third round of the Abu Dhabi WTA Women’s Tennis Open on Friday afternoon after Belgium’s Kirsten Flipkens had to retire due to a left ankle injury which occurred during the match.
Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin came back from match point down to beat Yulia Putintseva and reach the quarter-finals of the Abu Dhabi Open on Saturday. Kenin posted 57 unforced errors to Putintseva’s 43 but still prevailed 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 over the 13th-seeded
The Cricket South Africa on Sunday informed that the Proteas team members have tested negative for the novel coronavirus in the first round of testing conducted upon their arrival in Karachi.
Hayward, meanwhile, took the overall honours in the 10km run with a time of 47:28, finishing a minute and 37 seconds ahead of Helen Boland of Ireland (49:05), while Kahli Johnson of the UK was third overall with a time of 49:10.
The UAE-based GPX Racing has become only the second Emirati team to take outright victory at the Hankook 24H DUBAI after a commanding performance at the Dubai Autodrome on Saturday.