SVITOLINA BEATS WOZNIACKI 6-4, 6-0 FOR ROGERS TITLE

TORONTO (AP) - Sleep-deprived and physically drained, Elina Svitolina could have been excused for a flat performance Sunday.Instead she fought through the...

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