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Sharapova cruises into 2017 Tianjin Open quarterfinals with another straight sets win

2017/10/12 | 15:15

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WAAR-DUHOK:   Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova entered the quarterfinals round of the 2017 Tianjin Open tournament in China following her straight sets victory over Poland’s Magda Linette in the second round match on Thursday.

The match, which lasted for one hour and 39 minutes ended with the Russian player’s victory over her Polish opponent.

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