Apr 10, 2013
Lincoln Daily News
Once-mighty Belgium courts trouble in Fed Cup
Not so long ago, Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin were dominating women's tennis and turning little Belgium into a force.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Even without gravel to slide on, Belgium is slip-sliding out of Fed Cup contention
Belgium looks destined to sink to the third division of the Fed Cup with its top player uncertain to play, the No.
The Miami Herald
Ivanovic ousted in Monterrey
Former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic was upended by defending champion Timea Babos in Wednesday's second round at the $235,000 Monterrey Open.
Babos, Wickmayer advance in Monterrey
Reigning champion Timea Babos and sixth- seeded Yanina Wickmayer of Belgium each won their first-round matches at the $235,000 Monterrey Open on Monday.
The New York Times
Straight Sets: Flipkens's Turnaround Vaults Her Into Top 25
And it is not only in the person of Yanina Wickmayer, a United States Open semifinalist four years ago who is piling up wins and achieving firsts almost every week.