Things are wrapping up at the William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center and the coronation of a men’s and women’s champion is only one day away.
The ATP and WTA hardcourt event is on the verge of its conclusion after four exciting semifinal matches on Saturday between Kaia Kanepi and Daria Saville, as well as Liudmila Samsonova and Xiyu Wang on the women’s side. And on the men’s side, the matches included Nick Kyrgios and Mikael Ymer, and finally Andrey Rublev and Yoshihito Nishioka.
Here’s how the semifinals turned out for the women’s and men’s singles, as well as what we can expect for Sunday’s final:
Who won the Citi Open women’s semifinals?
The women’s semifinals took place on Saturday, Aug. 6 and resulted in wins for World No. 37 Kaia Kanepi and World No. 60 Liudmila Samsonova.
For the first semifinal, Estonian tennis star Kaia Kanepi battled Australia’s…