Latest Tennis Results – Full main draw singles results from ATP & WTA tournaments this week, plus our quick hits of the day’s action.
Tournament Results & Quick Hits – WTA Doha
Despite looking very solid in her first set against CiCi Bellis, Simona Halep had to withdraw from the semi-final after being troubled by her foot. She came into the tournament having been unavailable to play for Romania in the Davis Cup having not fully recovered from the injury she sustained in the first round of the Australian Open.
Garbiñe Muguruza had to mount a real come-back from a set down against Caroline Garcia – she had been set to meet Halep in the semi-final and gets a walk-over.
Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber put on quite a show as Wozniacki had to battle past the German. It was a tense first set, before Kerber looked to have the momentum, but Wozniacki outlasted her.
Petra Kvitova’s path to the semi-final was made easier as Julia Goerges retired at the start of the second set.
WTA Doha $3,173,000
G Muguruza  (ESP)
36 61 64
C Garcia  (FRA)
S Halep  (ROU)
C Bellis [Q] (USA)
C Wozniacki  (DEN)
76(4) 16 63
A Kerber  (GER)
P Kvitova  (CZE)
62 21 RET
J Goerges  (GER)
ORDER OF PLAY – SATURDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2018
CENTRE COURT Starting at: 5:00 pm
Gabriela DABROWSKI (CAN) Jelena OSTAPENKO (LAT) vs Barbora KREJCIKOVA (CZE)
Katerina SINIAKOVA (CZE)
Not Before 7:00 pm
Caroline WOZNIACKI (DEN)  vs Petra KVITOVA (CZE) 
Monique ADAMCZAK (AUS) Lyudmyla KICHENOK (UKR) vs Andreja KLEPAC (SLO)/María José MARTÍNEZ SÁNCHEZ (ESP)
Things did not go all Roger Federer’s way as he bid to regain the World No. 1 ranking. Home hope Robin Haase took the first set, but Federer recovered to dominate the second and third set to make a little piece of history.
With his win – the new rankings on Monday breaks a few new records – the longest period between stints at No. 1, the oldest player to occupy the top spot, and the longest duration between first and last days at the top of the rankings.
ATP Rotterdam €1,996,245
D Goffin  (BEL)
T Berdych  (CZE)
G Dimitrov  (BUL)
A Rublev (RUS)
R Federer [1/WC] (SUI)
46 61 61
R Haase (NED)
A Seppi [LL] (ITA)
76(4) 46 63
D Medvedev [Q] (RUS)
ORDER OF PLAY – Saturday, 17 February 2018
CENTRE COURT Matches Start At: 1:00 pm
Jean-Julien ROJER (NED) Horia TECAU (ROU)  vs Oliver MARACH (AUT) Mate PAVIC (CRO) 
Not Before 3:00 pm
David GOFFIN (BEL)  vs Grigor DIMITROV (BUL) 
Not Before 7:30 pm
[WC] Roger FEDERER (SUI)  vs [LL] Andreas SEPPI (ITA)
Ivan DODIG (CRO) Rajeev RAM (USA) vs Pierre-Hugues HERBERT (FRA) Nicolas MAHUT (FRA) 
Tournament Results & Quick Hits – ATP Buenos Aires
It will be the top seed Dominic Thiem against consummate showman Gael Monfils for a spot in the finals. Thiem has dominated the previous meetings over the flamboyant Frenchman as the Austrian attempts to be the first top seed to win the Buenos Aires title since Rafael Nadal (2015).
A familiar name to Brits, Aljaz Bedene is excelling this week on clay – a surface that suits him well. He has taken out the No. 3 seed (Albert Ramos-Vinolas) and the immensely popular No. 5 seed here Diego Schwartzman. He goes into bat against another home hope in Federico Delbonis, who is aiming for career win No. 100.
ATP Buenos Aires $648,180
F Delbonis (ARG)
G Garcia-Lopez (ESP)
A Bedene (SLO)
D Schwartzman  (ARG)
G Monfils (FRA)
64 36 63
L Mayer (ARG)
D Thiem  (AUT)
G Pella (ARG)
ORDER OF PLAY – Saturday, 17 February 2018
COURT GUILLERMO VILAS Matches Start At: 12:00 noon
Andres MOLTENI (ARG) Horacio ZEBALLOS (ARG)  vs [WC] Guillermo DURAN (ARG) Maximo GONZALEZ (ARG)
Not Before 2:00 pm
Aljaz BEDENE (SLO) vs Federico DELBONIS (ARG)
Not Before 3:30 pm
Dominic THIEM (AUT)  vs Gael MONFILS (FRA)
Juan Sebastian CABAL (COL) Robert FARAH (COL)  vs Diego SCHWARTZMAN (ARG) Dominic THIEM (AUT)
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