CINCINNATI: Top seed Ashleigh Barty brushed aside Maria Sharapova in straight sets in her Cincinnati WTA opener, while Simona Halep also reached the third round.Australia’s Barty, 23, won the battle of former number one players in just over 90 minutes.The reigning Roland Garros champion beat five-time Grand Slam winner Sharapova, who was Cincinnati champion in 2011, for the second time this season after a win at the Australian Open.It was B... (Date:08/16/2019 04:28) Read full article >>

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