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Romania's Cirstea advances to French Open women's singles third round

Romanian tennis player Sorana Cirstea advanced to the third round of the women's singles event at the French Open after beating Italian Martina Trevisan 6-4 3-6 6-4 on Wednesday in Paris. Cirstea, 31, world number 54, got a near win at the end of a match that lasted two hours and 37 minutes. Her best result in Paris remains the 2009 women's singles quarter-finals.

Djokovic continues his pursuit of a ninth championship at Melbourne tomorrow morning

The organizers decided that Djokovic, against the qualifier from Russia, will play the last match of the day again at the Rod Laver Arena.
This was also the case in the previous two matches, against Milo Raoni and Aleksandar Zverev, which gave him more time for rest and recuperation, considering the abdominal injury he is suffering from the match of the third round.

Romania's Halep to play Australia's Cabrera in 2021 Australian Open first round

Romanian tennis player Simona Halep will play Australian Lizette Cabrera in the first round of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, which will start on Monday in Melbourne, according to the draw on Friday. 2020 semi-finalist Halep, 29, will meet for the first time wildcard Cabrera, 23, world number 140.

Nike Met Young Tennis Players with their Idols

The Nike sportswear brand's YouTube channel has released a series of videos in which young girls send touching letters to their favourite athletes. United by a common passion - tennis - Vanessa, Zoe, Madison, Catherine and Keiko share what they have learned from their idols and how much they recognize themselves in the end and even meet in person.

Romania's Halep - July 2019 player of the month

Romanian tennis player Simona Halep was voted the July player of the month, in a poll on the WTA website, after winning the 2019 Wimbledon Open women's singles trophy. Halep topped the monthly poll, surpassing US Serena Williams, the player she defeated in the Wimbledon final, as well as Anastasija Sevastova and Jil Teichmann.

Grigor Dimitrov Down with 4 More Places in the World Rankings

He will begin the new week as the 57th rocket in the world, writes NOVA TV. 

Grigor Dimitrov retreated with four more positions in the world rankings and will start the new week as the 57th rocket in the world. The best Bulgarian tennis player dropped out last week at the start in Atlanta, where he lost against  World No. 405 Kevin King.

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