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$100.000 Charleston, SC (USA)

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Surface: Clay - Outdoor

Last Years Winners


2017 ($60k) : (1)Madison Brengle (USA) d. Danielle Rose Collins (USA) 46 62 63
2018 ($80k) : (2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. (1)Madison Brengle (USA) 60 64

2019 Draws

Singles Qualifying Draw


(1)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) v BYE
(13)Cori Gauff (USA) d. Emerald Able (USA) 61 60

(2)Deniz Khazaniuk (ISR) v BYE
(14)Nastja Kolar (SLO) d. (wc)Anna Ross (USA) 62 61

(3)Abbie Myers (AUS) d. Erin Routliffe (NZL) 64 61
(15)Gaia Sanesi (ITA) d. Salome Devidze (GEO) 61 61

(4)Louisa Chirico (USA) d. Rhiann Newborn (USA) 67(3) 60 10-3
(12)Gabriela Talaba (ROU) d. Alexandra Perper (MDA) 64 63

Ingrid Neel (USA) d. (5)Victoria Rodriguez (MEX) 26 64 10-5
(11)Belinda Woolcock (AUS) d. Rosalyn Small (USA) 60 60

(6)Mari Osaka (JPN) d. Joelle Kissell (USA) 61 62
(16)Sanaz Marand (USA) d. Nadja Gilchrist (USA) 63 61

(7)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) d. Shanetta Wilkins (USA) 60 60
(9)Sophie Chang (USA) d. Pamela Montez (USA) 57 63 10-8

(8)Kayla Day (USA) d. Chloe Beck (USA) 62 61
Jennifer Elie (USA) d. (10)Leylah Annie Fernandez (CAN) 36 75 10-6

Qualifying Round

(13)Cori Gauff (USA) d. (1)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) 61 63
(2)Deniz Khazaniuk (ISR) d. (14)Nastja Kolar (SLO) 75 36 11-9
(15)Gaia Sanesi (ITA) d. (3)Abbie Myers (AUS) 63 64
(4)Louisa Chirico (USA) d. (12)Gabriela Talaba (ROU) 63 61
(11)Belinda Woolcock (AUS) d. Ingrid Neel (USA) 63 63
(6)Mari Osaka (JPN) d. (16)Sanaz Marand (USA) 75 64
(9)Sophie Chang (USA) d. (7)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) 57 60 12-10
(8)Kayla Day (USA) d. Jennifer Elie (USA) 61 60

Singles Main Draw

(Q)Deniz Khazaniuk (ISR) d. (1)Madison Brengle (USA) 75 76(5)
(Q)Louisa Chirico (USA) d. Caroline Dolehide (USA) 60 64
Whitney Osuigwe (USA) d. (Q)Sophie Chang (USA) 61 64
(5)Lauren Davis (USA) d. Lizette Cabrera (AUS) 62 67(8) 62

(3)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. Sesil Karatantcheva (BUL) 75 61
Robin Anderson (USA) d. (Q)Gaia Sanesi (ITA) 64 63
(Q)Belinda Woolcock (AUS) d. (wc)Rasheeda McAdoo (USA) 62 76(1)
(7)Kaja Juvan (SLO) d. (LL)Abbie Myers (AUS) 63 60

(wc)Emma Navarro (USA) d. (8)Allie Kiick (USA) 63 60
(wc)Ann Li (USA) d. (SR)Lucie Hradecka (CZE) 61 60
(wc)Alycia Parks (USA) d. Ellen Perez (AUS) 64 06 62
(4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) d. Asia Muhammad (USA) 63 16 75

(Q)Cori Gauff (USA) d. Kimberly Birrell (AUS) 64 63
Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR) d. (Q)Mari Osaka (JPN) 16 75 63
(Q)Kayla Day (USA) d. Claire Liu (USA) 76(4) 64
(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. Katherine Sebov (CAN) 64 46 62

Second Round

(Q)Louisa Chirico (USA) d. (Q)Deniz Khazaniuk (ISR) 36 75 62
Whitney Osuigwe (USA) d. (5)Lauren Davis (USA) 26 63 63

(3)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. Robin Anderson (USA) 64 75
(7)Kaja Juvan (SLO) d. (Q)Belinda Woolcock (AUS) 64 64

(wc)Emma Navarro (USA) d. (wc)Ann Li (USA) 63 64
(4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) d. (wc)Alycia Parks (USA) 62 64

(Q)Cori Gauff (USA) d. Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR) 64 61
(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. (Q)Kayla Day (USA) 64 62

Quarterfinal

Whitney Osuigwe (USA) d. (Q)Louisa Chirico (USA) 60 64
(7)Kaja Juvan (SLO) d. (3)Nicole Gibbs (USA) 61 64

(wc)Emma Navarro (USA) d. (4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) 64 64
(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. (Q)Cori Gauff (USA) 60 26 61

Semifinal

Whitney Osuigwe (USA) d. (7)Kaja Juvan (SLO) 26 62 64
(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. (wc)Emma Navarro (USA) 61 64

Final

(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) d. Whitney Osuigwe (USA) 64 64

Doubles Main Draw

(1)Muhammad/Townsend (USA/USA) d. Beck/Navarro (USA/USA) 62 64
Liu/Sebov (USA/CAN) d. Khazaniuk/Vickery (ISR/USA) 21 Ret.
Day/Kalinina (USA/UKR) d. (3)Chang/Mueller (USA/USA) 36 76(7) 10-8
Gauff/McAdoo (USA/USA) d. Perper/Talaba (MDA/OU) 61 63

Brengle/Davis (USA/USA) d. (wc)Kissell/Newborn (USA/USA) 63 26 10-4
Marand/Rodriguez (USA/MEX) d. (4)Cabrera/Chirico (AUS/USA) 36 63 10-8
Kiick/Routliffe (USA/NZL) d. (wc)Pate/Ross (USA/USA) 64 64
(2)Neel/Perez (USA/AUS) d. (wc)Billman/Maheshwari (USA/USA) 61 61

Quarterfinal

(1)Muhammad/Townsend (USA/USA) d. Liu/Sebov (USA/CAN) 64 46 10-1
Gauff/McAdoo (USA/USA) d. Day/Kalinina (USA/UKR) 61 76(5)

Brengle/Davis (USA/USA) d. Marand/Rodriguez (USA/MEX) 62 36 10-7
Kiick/Routliffe (USA/NZL) d. (2)Neel/Perez (USA/AUS) 67(2) 62 10-2

Semifinal

(1)Muhammad/Townsend (USA/USA) d. Gauff/McAdoo (USA/USA) 63 61
Brengle/Davis (USA/USA) d. Kiick/Routliffe (USA/NZL) 57 63 10-8

Final

(1)Muhammad/Townsend (USA/USA) d. Brengle/Davis (USA/USA) 62 62
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2018 | Apr 29

MAIN DRAW DIRECT ACCEPTANCE

1 Taylor TOWNSEND (USA) 80 1
2 Madison BRENGLE (USA) 96 1
3 Nicole GIBBS (USA) 113 1
4 Anhelina KALININA (UKR) 123 6 1
5 Astra SHARMA (AUS) 138 6 1
6 Allie KIICK (USA) 139 1
7 Sachia VICKERY (USA) 148 1
8 Lucie HRADECKA (CZE) 152 S 47 1
9 Veronica CEPEDE ROYG (PAR) 157 1 1
10 Lauren DAVIS (USA) 159 1
11 Kaja JUVAN (SLO) 160 4 1
12 Kimberly BIRRELL (AUS) 161 8 1
13 Claire LIU (USA) 163 1
14 Whitney OSUIGWE (USA) 179 1
15 Caroline DOLEHIDE (USA) 180 1
16 Sofya ZHUK (RUS) 185 22 1
17 Sesil KARATANTCHEVA (BUL) 191 1
18 Robin ANDERSON (USA) 200 1
19 (Special Exempt, if needed)
20 (Special Exempt, if needed)

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

Miss Small playing her match in the prime time slot on Center Court. As she should... This should probably propel her to win 2 games tonight against Woolcock.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

:speakles: What strange scheduling.

Meanwhile, Chirico lost the first set in a tb to Newborn but so far she's been cruising in the 2nd. Please get this one, Louisa.
I KNOW!!! I was checking livescores, and was like....OMG Lou! This would be a bad loss. But looks like she's recovered and started playing better
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

"The Brengle Ranking Inflation Clay Series"

I wish there were more South American players that could actually prevent people like Brengle or Townsend lingering around and winning these big ass clay ITFs that they have no business winning.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

"The Brengle Ranking Inflation Clay Series"

I wish there were more South American players that could actually prevent people like Brengle or Townsend lingering around and winning these big ass clay ITFs that they have no business winning.
If they have no business winning them, then they won't win them. There are 30 other women in the draw to take them out, if they are better. Brengle/Townsend are interesting examples of girls being not good enough to make a living on WTA level, but also too good to just play ITF. So what do they do?! They play where they can make money, without having to spend an arm/leg to do so. And that is mostly American ITF's. We might not agree with it, but they aren't doing anything wrong. If the system is set up this way, they are taking advantage, no harm done. But girls like Whitney Osuigwe took both of them out last week... other girls are good enough to do it this week as well.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

Singles Main Draw

(1)Madison Brengle (USA) v Q
Caroline Dolehide (USA) v Q
Whitney Osuigwe (USA) v Q
(5)Lauren Davis (USA) v Lizette Cabrera (AUS)

(3)Nicole Gibbs (USA) v Sesil Karatantcheva (BUL)
Robin Anderson (USA) v Q
(wc)Rasheeda McAdoo (USA) v Q
(7)Kaja Juvan (SLO) v Kimberly Birrell (AUS)

(8)Allie Kiick (USA) v (wc)Emma Navarro (USA)
(SR)Lucie Hradecka (CZE) v (wc)Ann Li (USA)
(wc)Alycia Parks (USA) v Ellen Perez (AUS)
(4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) v Asia Muhammad (USA)

(6)Sachia Vickery (USA) v Q
Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR) v Q
Claire Liu (USA) v Q
(2)Taylor Townsend (USA) v Katherine Sebov (CAN)
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

If they have no business winning them, then they won't win them. There are 30 other women in the draw to take them out, if they are better. Brengle/Townsend are interesting examples of girls being not good enough to make a living on WTA level, but also too good to just play ITF. So what do they do?! They play where they can make money, without having to spend an arm/leg to do so. And that is mostly American ITF's. We might not agree with it, but they aren't doing anything wrong. If the system is set up this way, they are taking advantage, no harm done. But girls like Whitney Osuigwe took both of them out last week... other girls are good enough to do it this week as well.
The other 30 girls are equally bad or worse. I pointed out there are no South American claycourters here who would spice up the field and actually help reduce the chances of hoggers like Brengle or Townsend. They are too good for ITFs only because there is too little actual competition in these draws.

That said Juvan gets an F for losing to Brengle last week, while being one of the few capable claycourters at these tourneys.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Draws)

So happy for Jen :cheer:
She was down 3-6 1-5 to win it 7-5 10-6 in the end against an upcoming player. Maybe this win was what she needed to get going again. Probably playing against Day for a spot in the MD.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

The other 30 girls are equally bad or worse. I pointed out there are no South American claycourters here who would spice up the field and actually help reduce the chances of hoggers like Brengle or Townsend. They are too good for ITFs only because there is too little actual competition in these draws.

That said Juvan gets an F for losing to Brengle last week, while being one of the few capable claycourters at these tourneys.
Seems like you are just mad for no reason, and for that, I can not help you. Mad because there is no competition at ITF level?? Ok..... Don't watch I guess.....
Many in the draw use ITF's as a stepping stone to bigger and better things.... for instance Osuigwe and Juvan. Until they get to WTA level.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Draws)

This QD :sobbing:

One of the weakest I have seen at this level in quite some time.. I think :unsure:

Two BYEs and Rosalyn Small is also in :unsure: For a $100k....
This is really crazy that they couldn't fill a $100K qualie draw...even girls with no ranking were getting in
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Draws)

This is really crazy that they couldn't fill a $100K qualie draw...even girls with no ranking were getting in
It's especially weird when they had two tournaments within driving distance last week, both with full draws and pretty full qualifying draws. I wonder if players assumed that they wouldn't get in with the new system and didn't show up? Still very strange.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Qualifying Draw)

"The Brengle Ranking Inflation Clay Series"

I wish there were more South American players that could actually prevent people like Brengle or Townsend lingering around and winning these big ass clay ITFs that they have no business winning.
Taylor has been to the 3rd round of Roland Garros, it's not fair to say she doesn't deserve to win a clay challenger. I don't see any South American players with better clay credentials lurking on the ITF tour.
 

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Re: W100 Charleston, SC (USA) 2019 | Apr 29 (Draws)

Vickery retired in her doubles match and withdrew from singles. Birrell is playing (Q)Gauff. Myers is taking on (7)Juvan.
 
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