URSZULA RADWANSKA

  • Sloane Stephens eases to round three at Flushing Meadows August 29, 2013

    New York: Sloane Stephens' second-round match at the US Open did not get started until nearly midnight, and the 15th-seeded American made sure she got off the court in a hurry. Stephens needed only 58 minutes to reach the third round at Flushing Meadows for the second time by beating 38th-ranked...
  • Flavia Pennetta, Yanina Wickmayer advance at Rogers Cup August 6, 2013

    Toronto: Flavia Pennetta and Yanina Wickmayer advanced to the second round of the Rogers Cup on Monday. Pennetta defeated Urszula Radwanska 63, 36, 62, and Wickmayer ousted American Bethanie MattekSands 64, 26, 64. MattekSands replaced Britain's Laura Robson, who pulled out because of a right wrist injury. Known for colorful outfits,...
  • Dominika Cibulkova reaches semifinals at Stanford July 27, 2013

    Stanford: Dominika Cibulkova credits her new mental approach to the game as helping her move into the Bank of the West semifinals with a 75, 63 win over Urszula Radwanska on Friday. "When things get tight, I start to think more," the thirdseeded Cibulkova said. Cibulkova won her first four games and...
  • Serena on the verge of becoming oldest No. 1 February 15, 2013

    Doha: Serena Williams moved with a victory of becoming the oldest topranked women's player, sweeping aside Urszula Radwanska 60, 63 on Thursday to reach the Qatar Open quarterfinals. If the 31yearold Williams reaches the semifinals by beating seventhseeded Petra Kvitova she will return to No. 1 for the first time...
  • Wozniacki easy winner to open Sydney International January 6, 2013

    Sydney: Former No.1 Caroline Wozniacki cruised to a 61, 62 win over Poland's Urszula Radwanska on Sunday to open the Sydney International. After starting the season with an upset firstround loss to qualifier Ksenia Pervak at the Brisbane International, the seventhseeded Wozniacki needed just 26 minutes to win the first...
  • Kim Clijsters withdraws from Unicef Open June 23, 2012

    Den Bosch, Netherlands: Kim Clijsters withdrew from the Unicef Open before the semifinals on Friday because of a stomach muscle strain, saying she did not want to jeopardise playing in her last Wimbledon before retirement. Clijsters' physiotherapist, Sam Versleghers, said the 29yearold Belgian felt the injury on Thursday during her tough...