Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Singles - Second Round
(3) Aleksandra Wozniak (CAN) d. Olga Govortsova (BLR) 64 64
Stefanie Voegele (SUI) d. (6) Ekatarina Makarova (RUS) 63 36 62
Sania Mirza (IND) d. (11) Anne Keothavong (GBR) 61 76(5)
(WC) Naomi Cavaday (GBR) d. (12) Tamarine Tanasugarn (THA) 76(5) 26 64
Suspended due to rain
Julia Goerges (GER) leads (8) Sara Errani (ITA) 20
(16) Melinda Czink (HUN) leads Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (CZE) 62 23
Maria Sharapova (RUS) leads Alexa Glatch (USA) 63 54
Urszula Radwanska (POL) leads Petra Cetkovska (CZE) 63 44
Singles - First Round
(15) Aravane Rezai (FRA) d. (LL) Mariana Duque Marino (COL) 64 61
Alla Kudryavtseva (RUS) d. (Q) Naomi Broady (GBR) 57 76(4) 64
(Q) Chanelle Scheepers (RSA) d. Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ) 67(5) 76(7) 63
(Q) Lilia Osterloh (USA) d. Maria Elena Camerin (ITA) 67(4) 75 63
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