The Women’s Draw: The Cincinnati Masters

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas defeat American big hitters to reach Cincinnati Open semifinals

The Cincinnati Masters, the second Major of the year, is shaping up to be a classic. Two of the biggest matches were played in the men’s draw, with big names looking to get a leg up on their competition to advance to the Open de España.

The men’s draw was an entirely different story. Two men from the same seed fell early, leaving the Americans with a short stretch that could leave them short of the semis.

However, there were more upsets in the women’s draw, as three of the top seeds lost early rounds to slip out of the tournament.

If there are a few upsets in the men’s draw, there were even more in the women’s. In fact, four of the Top 8 played their way out of the tournament in the round of 16, which is a sign of how tough conditions the tournament has been.

What’s more, the Top 4 players in the women’s draw were all American, including two Top 10 players, including a Top 11. As always, the women’s draw has been tough, with many players making quick exits out of the tournament.

The final pair in the women’s draw (3rd place vs. 4th, plus #1 vs. #7), with the draw being made by the International Table Tennis Federation for the women’s table tennis singles event at the 2018 Rio Olympics.

American men’s team, led by three-time champion John Isner and James Blake, will be facing Croatia’s Mate Ortega and his sister, Alena.

Isner has been a fixture in Cincinnati the last two years, winning the USA Open in 2016 and 2017 and the USA Masters in 2014. He hasn’t played in Cincinnati since August of 2015, and he won a Challenger title in 2016, and an ATP title in 2014.

Isner is one of the few players that can win a Grand Slam match on a tour event and still make it back to the last 16. During his time in Cincinnati, he won his match against Juan Monaco at the US Open to get back to the draw, and his victory against

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