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Category: Premier M and 5

Mladenovic – Bajin has a 10-2 record in 1 month

Kiki Mladenovic’s 10 wins w Sascha Bajin in 1 month: Istanbul Open R1 Dayana Yastremska 63 64, R2 Kateryna Kozlova 61 62, Mutua Madrid Open, Q Ivana Jorovic 76 64, Q Laura Siegemund 76 61, R1 Barbora Strýcová 63 61, Internazionali Di Tennis BNL, Foro Italico, Roma Q Fiona Ferro 76 62, Q Amanda Anisimova . . .

The link between Madrid and Beijing…

Mutua Madrid Open (6years) + China Open (5years) have the longest active streak with European champions among WTA Premier mandatory tournaments! In 2013 was last time when a non-European won in Mutua Madrid Open and China Open (Serena Williams)  

The link between Madrid and Paris…

Since its inauguration as WTA Premier Mandatory tournament,only players w at least 5 singles Grand Slam titles have been capable to win Mutua Madrid Open & Roland Garros in the same year! ( Serena Williams in’13 & Maria Sharapova in’14).   

Madrid Open: Latest double bagel for Simona Halep

Simona Halep advanced into the quarterfinal after beating Viktoria Kuzmova 6-0, 6-0 in 44 minutes. It was Simona Halep‘s 5th double bagel matches in her professional career. All of these matches she won against European, right-handed players between 2008-2019. Here is the list about these 5 lopsided matches:  

Karolina Pliskova’s & Ashleigh Barty’s WTA tournament similarities

Karolina Pliskova’s and Ashleigh Barty’s WTA careers and tournament history show some similarities:

Back-to-back first-timers at BNP Paribas Open

This is the 1st time in this century that second straight years BNP Paribas Open celebrated first-time Masters winners on both women’s and men’s singles! In 2018: Naomi Osaka and Juan Martin del Potro in 2019 Bianca Andreescu and Dominic Thiem

Bianca Andreescu’s multiple record-breaking through

Bianca Andreescu became – the 1st woman who was born in 2000s and won a Premier Mandatory tournament… – the 1st  Canadian who won a Premier Mandatory final in singles… – 1st  Canadian who advanced into the final in BNP Paribas Open and the 1st who won this tournament… She is the youngest champ of BNP . . .

Seeing the future of tennis? Alias the torch is in good hands…

Belinda Bencic made a huge upset defeating Serena Williams in the semifinal at Rogers Cup in Toronto