Angelique Kerber hat bei den WTA-Finals in Singapur ihre zweite Partie verloren. It is rare that a world number one goes under the radar at Wimbledon and it has been even more strange in the case of Angelique Kerber, beaten finalist at the. Angelique Kerber scheitert in Wimbledon an Muguruza - und verliert damit Platz Eins in der Weltrangliste.
Datenbank - TennisDie Jährige verlor im Halbfinale des WTA-Turniers im chinesischen Wuhan gegen Garbine Muguruza (Spanien/Nr. 5) mit , (). Für Kerber war es die. Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 9; Siege Angelique Kerber: 4; Siege Garbine Muguruza: 5; Satzverhältnis: Letzte Spiele. Hopman Cup - Gruppe A. Angelique Kerber und Garbine Muguruza starten ohne Matchpraxis in die US Open Die beiden ehemaligen Major-Siegerinnen gehen.
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However, they lost to the No. Muguruza started her year at Brisbane International, when she already had to retire in her first match of the tournament due to plantar fasciitis.
At the Dubai Tennis Championships, Muguruza suffered another early loss as she fell to eventual semi-finalist Elina Svitolina.
Next she played in Indian Wells Open , where she lost in her opening match against Christina McHale after receiving first round bye.
At the Miami Open , she was close to being defeated in the opening match against Dominika Cibulkova but survived in the final set.
She reached the fourth round but lost to the Indian Wells and eventual champion Victoria Azarenka in two tiebreakers.
She kicked off the clay court season by participating the Fed Cup against Italy. She scored wins against Francesca Schiavone and No. She then played in Stuttgart Open.
At the Madrid Open , she lost in the second round against Irina-Camelia Begu , despite serving for the match. She then went on to reach her first WTA semifinals of the season in Rome , after defeating top ten opponent Timea Bacsinszky in quarterfinals, but lost to Madison Keys in straight sets.
At the French Open , Muguruza turned her season around, unexpectedly capturing her first major title. She lost the first set against Anna Karolina Schmiedlova in her first round match but won in three sets.
After that she easily reached her second major final without losing a set in the next five matches, including wins over former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in the fourth round, surprise quarterfinalist Shelby Rogers , and former runner-up Sam Stosur in the semi-finals.
With the title she rose to a career high No. Muguruza started off the grass season by playing in her home tournament the Mallorca Open , where she was the No.
However, she suffered a first-round exit to former Wimbledon semifinalist Kirsten Flipkens in straight sets, marking the third tournament of the year where she lost in her first match played and her second consecutive loss to Flipkens on grass.
Muguruza returned to grass for Wimbledon as the second favorite with the chance to usurp the top ranking from Williams while being heralded as the leader of the next generation, following Williams' recent slump in tournament finals.
Unable to defend her finalist points from the previous year, Muguruza regressed to world No. At the Rio Olympic Games, Muguruza arrived as one of the favorite players to win in the women's singles tennis event.
She defeated Andreea Mitu of Romania and Nao Hibino of Japan to progress to the third round. However, she was defeated comprehensively by the eventual gold medalist Monica Puig of Puerto Rico.
Muguruza did not have much success during the US Open series, either. At the US Open , she suffered another second-round loss, this time to Anastasija Sevastova.
She did not fare well during the Asian Swing, with early round losses at the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, the Wuhan Open in Wuhan, and the China Open in Beijing.
The loss in Beijing was significant, because Muguruza was the defending champion, and she therefore dropped in ranking after the tournament.
However, she still qualified for the WTA Finals. Muguruza was defeated in the round robin stage, her only win coming from a three-set match against Svetlana Kuznetsova.
She ended the season ranked No. Muguruza started the season at the Brisbane International , being the No. She made a run to the semifinals after three-set wins over Sam Stosur and Daria Kasatkina , and a straight sets win over Svetlana Kuznetsova.
She then lost to CoCo Vandeweghe in straight sets. Muguruza then played the Fed Cup quarterfinals, where she beat Barbora Strycova in three sets before losing to Karolina Pliskova.
Spain ended up losing the tie 2—3. She then retired in her first match at Dubai against Kateryna Bondarenko , due to injury.
At Indian Wells , Muguruza advanced to the quarterfinals, beating Kirsten Flipkens, year-old Kayla Day , and Elina Svitolina en route.
She then lost to world No. At Miami , she reached the fourth round and retired against Caroline Wozniacki after losing the first set due to illness.
Muguruza suffered early losses at the start of the clay season, losing in her opening matches in Stuttgart and Madrid to Anett Kontaveit and Timea Bacsinszky respectively.
She bounced back in Rome by reaching the semifinals, before she had to retire against Elina Svitolina in the first set due to a neck injury.
Muguruza entered the French Open as the defending champion, where she reached the fourth round, losing to home favourite Kristina Mladenovic in three sets.
In that game against Mladenovic, Muguruza had to face an extremely unfavorable crowd as well, almost bordering on unsportmanship-like behavior, since most of her unforced errors were celebrated not only by Mladenovic but by the crowd too.
As she left the court and was receiving an ovation from the crowd, she was seen shaking her head and demanding the crowd not to applaud, since they wanted her to lose.
In the following press conference, when asked about the pressure she suffered from the crowd, she started to cry and had to quit the press conference for about five minutes before she came to resume her thoughts on the match.
This prompted a huge reaction in the Spanish sporting press, with some making the comment that "The Suzanne Lenglen Court looked more like the Stade de France, and it was as if there was a football game going on and not a tennis match".
Prior to Wimbledon, Muguruza began her grass court season at the Birmingham Classic where she beat Elizaveta Kulichkova , Alison Riske and CoCo Vandeweghe before losing in the semi-finals to eventual runner-up Ashleigh Barty.
She then faced the previous year's runner-up and world No. There, she defeated 10th seed Venus Williams in straight sets, clinching her second major title, and became the first ever player to defeat both Williams sisters in major singles finals.
Muguruza started her hard court summer in Stanford, beating Kayla Day and Ana Konjuh before losing in the semifinals to Madison Keys.
She next travelled to Toronto for the Rogers Cup , and recorded wins over Kirsten Flipkens and Ashleigh Barty. Muguruza lost in the quarterfinals to Elina Svitolina.
Muguruza's next tournament was the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati. She won two tough three set matches against Madison Keys and Svetlana Kuznetsova to make it to the semifinals.
This time Muguruza turned the tables and won in two sets. In the final she played Simona Halep, dropping only one game in 57 minutes to capture the fifth title of her career.
This also marked the first time in which she won multiple titles in one season. Muguruza entered the US Open as a contender for the No.
Despite the loss, Muguruza rose to the No. In Tokyo she lost to Caroline Wozniacki in the semifinals, winning only two games. With Simona Halep advancing to the final of the event, Muguruza ultimately lost the No.
Shortly after, she was named WTA Player of the Year. Muguruza then faced Williams for a place in the semifinals but ended up losing in straight sets.
This loss ended Muguruza's chances of gaining the year-end No. Muguruza started the season at the Brisbane International , where she was the top seed.
Muguruza had served for the match in the second set, and the retirement marked the third straight year she had succumbed to injuries at Brisbane.
After beating Kiki Bertens in the second round, Muguruza withdrew from the tournament due to continued physical problems.
At the Australian Open , Muguruza was the third seed, and was also in contention for the No.