Thursday, 22/2/2018 | 4:27 UTC+0
  • Watson Shocks Wozniacki; Konta Upset in Mexico

    We have a Brit in the semi-finals of the WTA International in Monterrey, Mexico this week, but perhaps not the one that most of us were expecting: Heather Watson defeated second seed Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets to secure her place in the final, while fourth seed Johanna Konta was put to the sword by

    Read more
  • Broady Marches On in Kuala Lumpur

    Naomi Broady continued her excellent form in 2016 at the WTA International in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia overnight with a straight sets victory over Chinese qualifier Zhaoxuan Yang. The Brit will now face third seed Sabine Lisicki in the quarter-finals. Fighting through the heat in KL 💪💪 bmwmalaysianopen #toohot #toohumid #winnerwinnerchickendinner… — Naomi Broady (@NaomiBroady)

    Read more
  • Konta and Watson Through to Monterrey Quarters

    British Numbers One and Two both secured contrasting straight sets victories at the WTA International in Monterrey, Mexico yesterday evening. Johanna Konta and Heather Watson reach Monterrey Open quarter-finals — Sky Sports Tennis (@SkySportsTennis) March 3, 2016 For once, it was Watson who got the job done in simpler fashion than Konta, who

    Read more
  • Naomi Broady Wins in Three Sets – Again

    Naomi Broady extended her three-set win record in 2016 to 78% – winning 7 out of 9 – after a well fought 6-3 3-6 6-3 victory over Czech Klara Koukalova in the first round of the WTA International event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Naomi Broady has hit 55 aces in 4 WTA matches in 2016,

    Read more
  • Watson and Konta Through in Monterrey

    British Numbers One and Two successfully navigated their first round matches at the WTA International in Monterrey, Mexico overnight, with Watson coming from a break down the decider to clinch the match in dramatic fashion. Watson was the first to complete her match and the Brit took 7 out of the 12 breaks of serve

    Read more
  • Bedene1
    Bedene and Konta Beaten in Acapulco Last 16

    It was a disappointing day for Brits in Acapulco, Mexico as both Aljaz Bedene and Johanna Konta crashed out of their respective ATP 500 and WTA International events in Central America, both players losing in three tight sets to lower ranked opposition. British Number Two Aljaz Bedene was up against Dutchman Robin Haase. The pair

    Read more
  • Watson Pegged Back and Defeated in Mexico

    Heather Watson secured the first set against Christina McHale at the WTA International in Acapulco, Mexico yesterday, but was unable to stay mentally strong, collapsing in the second set before losing a deciding set tiebreak to crash out of the competition in the first round. Heather Watson was ranked at #84 on # WTA.With the

    Read more
  • Konta Survives Kontaveit Comeback in Acapulco

    4th seed and British Number One Johanna Konta survived a scare in the first round of the WTA International in Acapulco, Mexico early this morning to secure a 6-3 3-6 6-4 victory in a topsy turvy match against Anett Kontaveit of Estonia which had 11 breaks of serve. New world No.26 @JoKonta91 starts with a

    Read more
  • Broady Edged Out in Final Qualifying Round in Doha

    Naomi Broady navigated her first qualifying round match but was unable to jump the second hurdle after the newly top 100-ranked Brit feel in straight sets to Elena Vesnina in the final qualifying round of the WTA Premier 5 event in Doha, Qatar, earlier this morning. The Brit’s seeding had projected her to qualifying, and

    Read more
  • Webley-Smith Beaten in QR1 in Taiwan

    Despite winning 100% of the break points she was offered, Emily Webley-Smith was unable to come away with a victory at the WTA International in Kaohsiung, Taiwan last night, losing out 7-5 7-5 to eighth seed Sherazad Reix of France in a tight encounter. Webley-Smith broke five times out of five but was broken herself

    Read more
© Copyright 2015 — Britennis. All Rights Reserved