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Biofile Marta Kostyuk Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: WTA no. 39. DOB: June 28, 2002 In: Kyiv, Ukraine First Memory Of Tennis: My mom (Talina) feeding balls to me and I’m not being happy because she’s feeding them wrong [laughs]. And I was missing them. That’s why I was missing them. Of course it’s not true but this was […] Continue to read full article...

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By Scoop Malinowski After Emma Raducanu won the 2021 US Open as a qualifier, smoking through ten matches all in straight sets, tennis observers now must always be on alert for the next potential Emma who could shock the world with a Raducanuesque against all odds triumph. Marta Kostyuk won her first title this year […] Continue to read full article...

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Wilson Celebrates 45 Years Of US Open Partnership

CHICAGO (Aug. 24, 2023) — Wilson Sporting Goods Co. today announces its programming around the US Open, including exclusive product drops, athlete appearances, local givebacks and more… “With so many notable relationships across the sports landscape, Wilson is truly the ball for all regardless of sport,” says Jason Collins, Global General Manager of Wilson Racquet Sports. “One of […] Continue to read full article...

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Meet Marta Kostyuk

  The fifteen-year-old wonder has emerged as a star in Melbourne by winning two rounds of the Australian Open. After beating 25 seed Shuai Peng and Olga Rogowska both in straight sets, Marta Kostyuk will now meet fellow Ukrainian - and the favorite to win the entire tournament, Elina Svitolina in the third round. Here are a few snippets from Kostyuk's press conference yesterday... Q. What do you think makes you such a great player so young? What's been the key to your success? MARTA KOSTYUK: Well, I heard a lot of times that I'm talented, and I know that, but I know that only talent will not help me to play good. So I can say that I'm working pretty hard. My preseason was quite long and very tough mentally, because I didn't play tournaments for two months. I was only practicing. So it was tough. But it was worth it. So, yeah. Continue to read full article...


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