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"The 21-year-old from Ukraine, who sent shockwaves through the Summer Olympics earlier this month by upsetting the world’s top-ranked player, Serena Williams, is on her way to the final at the Connecticut Open. While Svitolina is 4-0 in WTA finals, Saturday’s draw against either top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska or two-time defending Connecticut Open champion Petra Kvitova will be her first in a premier event. Svitolina’s victory ended the surprising run of Larsson, who joined Virgine Razzano as only the second lucky loser to reach a WTA semifinal this year. The last lucky loser to reach a WTA singles final was CoCo Vandeweghe in 2012 at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, Calif., and not since American Andrea Jaeger in Las Vegas in 1980 has a lucky loser ever won a singles title. [...] with the help of seven-time Grand Slam champion Justine Henin, who won in New Haven back in 2006, Svitolina is on the brink of a title.", www.ctpost.com
"Johanna Larsson, who lost in qualifying but took a spot in the main draw at the Connecticut Open tennis tournament when Svetlana Kuznetsova withdrew with a shoulder injury, gained a place in Friday’s semifinals after a gritty 7-6 (9), 6-1 victory over No. 2 seed Roberta Vinci Thursday on Stadium Court. “It was a tough match and I was battling some tendon pain in my foot,” Vinci said. In the second set, Larsson broke Vinci’s serve four times — with Vinci double faulting on match point — to roll to the victory. “I was playing quite solid and she was making more mistakes,” said Svitolina, who defeated Serena Williams in straight sets in the Olympics. FEATURED MATCHES — Lucky loser Larsson looks for a ticket to Saturday’s finals when she faces Elina Svitolina in a semifinal match today at 1 p.m. on Stadium Court. [...] the marquee match will be two-time defending champion Petra Kvitova taking on top-seeded and No. 4 WTA", www.ctpost.com
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