Latest Tennis Results – Full main draw singles results from ATP & WTA Rome plus the upcoming order of play
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ATP Rome Results & Quick Hits
Cameron Norrie was the only one of the British male contingent to advance on a packed day of action on Monday, weathering the grinding tactics from John Millman. For Kyle Edmund, a fifth straight loss on the surface he favours is disappointing, especially as it is the second loss from a commanding set and break up.
The ATP #NextGen stars took to the stage with ATP Race to Milan contenders Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov mixing things up, although the younger Candian gave Borna Coric a scare, while Shapovalov eased into the second round.
Home crowd support was in force as Monte Carlo champion Fabio Fognini easily dispatched Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, as he continues his return from knee surgery last year, using his protected ranking.
Tuesday will see the 2017 champion Alexander Zverev take on Rome’s Rising Star Matteo Berrettini once more (he defeated the Italian last year in the second round on the way to a second straight Rome final).
Stan Wawrinka is now just 3 wins short of 500 career ‘W’s as he faces David Goffin next.
All eyes were on Serena Williams as the four-time champion took to the court for the first time since withdrawing from her third-round match in Miami with a knee injury. With her sister Venus coming through a tough match-up against Elise Mertens to set up a sisters’ second round clash.
Johanna Konta joined British No. 2 Cameron Norrie in the second round with a déjà vu encounter with Alison Riske, where she delivered the exact same score-line win she did last week in Madrid. For her efforts, she will face Roland Garros 2018 runner-up Sloane Stephens next.
Two-time champion Elina Svitolina is looking to ‘three-peat’ but coming off injury, she has a really tough task in facing Victoria Azarenka on Tuesday
Another tough match-up to watch out for is Aryna Sabalenka, who had an early exit in Madrid and could be in trouble against Alizé Cornet.
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