Miami Open updates 28-03-2019 @7 AM IST

Tennis Simona Halep reached the semifinals of Miami Open as she beat Wang 6-4,7-5.She is one win away from reclaiming world no.1 ranking.Halep will face Karolina Pliskova in the semifinal.On men's side,Roger Federer eased past Danil Medvedev 6-4,6-2 to set up quarterfinal clash with 6th seed Kevin Anderson.Meanwhile defending champion John

Women’s Tennis Azarenka to play Kvitova

Victoria Azarenka scored 6-4 6-1 win over Russian qualifier Margarita Gasparyan. Azarenka, is former Australian Open champion, Jelena Ostapenko won a match against Kristina Mladenovic 6-1 0-6 6-0. It was Ostapenko's first win of 2018 after three defeats Ostapenko will now face Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who won 7-5 7-6 (4) over

Men’s Tennis-Hopman Cup

Alexander Zverev and Angelique Kerber took Germany closer to  Hopman Cup final by winning their singles matches against  French duo in Perth Wednesday. The German  beat France 2-1. Kerber had was a set down before he beat feisty Alize Cornet, while Zverev squandered a second-set match point before defeating Lucas Pouille . In

Women’s Tennis-Wozniacki wins in Auckland-

Caroline Wozniacki began her campaign for her Australian Open title  with a comprehensive 6-3,6-2 win over Laura Siegmund in the  round one of the WTA Auckland Classic Wednesday. The 28-year-old Dane said "she was looking forward to see Williams in the QF .

TENNIS ACADEMIES IN MUMBAI- ALL YOU WANT TO KNOW..

LAWN TENNIS FACILITIES IN MUMBAI , INDIA Tennis has always been a much loved sport.And for all the tennis enthusiasts in the city who are not members of sports clubs but would love to play the sport,below are some of the public courts in Mumbai. 1.NSCI,Worli National Sports Club of India was set up

Tennis: Nozomi Okuhara wins Hong Kong Open

Japan's Nozomi Okuhara said her triumph over a determined Ratchnok Intanon in Sunday's Hong Kong Open final is a massive confidence boost ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. Both players were hungry for the win, drawing level 13 times in the second game before the Thai, a former world champion, 21-19, 24-22 in