Madrid: ATP Masters/WTA premier

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We are getting slack in here. Wta main draw started Saturday and ATP started yesterday. Stosur will play safarova again in the second round, Kyrgios to face Wawrinka in the second round if he wins his opener. Gavrilova won her opening match. Kerber out already.
 

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ATP

Date: Saturday April 30 2016 to Sunday May 8 2016
Draw: http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/scores/current/madrid/1536/draws
Withdrawals:
  • Marin Cilic - replaced by Albert Ramos-Vinolas
  • Tommy Haas - replaced by Vasek Pospisil
  • John Isner - replaced by Teymuraz Gabashvili
  • Martin Klizan - replaced by Borna Coric
  • Andreas Seppi - replaced by Andrey Kuznetsov
WTA

Date: Saturday April 30 2016 to Sunday May 8 2016
Draw: http://www.wtatennis.com/singles-draws/tournamentId/1479/type/LS/title/mutua-madrid-open
Withdrawals:
  • Belina Bencic - replaced by Yulia Putinseva
  • Flavia Pennetta - replaced by Danka Kovinic
  • Yulia Putinseva - replaced by Heather Watson
  • Maria Sharapova - replaced by Anna-Lena Friedsam
  • Serena Williams - replaced by Laura Robson
  • Venus Williams - replaced by Christina McHale
  • Caroline Wozniacki - replaced by Dominika Cibulkova
 
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We are getting slack in here. Wta main draw started Saturday and ATP started yesterday. Stosur will play safarova again in the second round, Kyrgios to face Wawrinka in the second round if he wins his opener. Gavrilova won her opening match. Kerber out already.
I'll take the blame, haha.

Pretty brutal for sam and safarova to have to play the day after the prague final and then play each other a couple days after.
 

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been waiting for this :)

My girl, Schmieds (schmiedlova), almost, took a set of Muguruza. She was only 2 points away. But sadly, she lost again 6-2, 7-5. but if she performs like that against a bottom 50 player, then we all have hope.

Stosur got Šafářová, again. unlucky. it will be very tough to get a win, when your h2h record is 11-3 or something like that.

Dasha has a break or 2 on Svitolina. 5-1 in the first. good win first up v Watson.
 

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Stepanek shocks the Popsicle. The Worm still has the moves :p

Bernie gone 1 and done (again) to Fabio.

Nick wins. (w/o drama?)

Delpo in a huuuuge upset over Munich runner-up, Thiem.

The February champ, Cuevas defeats Munich champ, Kohlschrieber.
 

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6-2, 6-4 is actually a good scoreline for Bernie against Fognini on clay. Frankly couldn't care less if he holds his racket the other way in all his matches on clay, he's that bad on the stuff
Could actually make his matches more watchable.
 
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