Sunday, September 26, 2021

Wang, entered in Berkeley, falls in $115K Columbus final

   No. 2 seed Nuria Parrizas Diaz of Spain defeated No. 2 seed Wang Xinyu of China 7-6 (2), 6-3 today to win the $115,000 Tennis Ohio Championships in Columbus.
   Wang, who turned 20 today, is entered in next week's $60,000 Berkeley Challenger
   Parrizas Diaz, 30, claimed her seventh singles title of the year, including three straight in $25,000 tournaments in February and March. Wang fell to 0-2 in singles finals in 2021.
   Parrizas Diaz jumped 14 places to a career-high No. 72 with the title. Wang improved 13 spots to a career-high No. 116.
   Berkeley Women's Challenger — Qualifying in the $60,000 tournament at the Berkeley Tennis Club will begin Monday at 10 a.m.
   The draw features current University of California, Berkeley players Haley Giavara and Valentina Ivanov, former Bears All-American Maegan Manasse, Saint Mary's standout Mariia Kozyreva and ex-Gael Hind Abdelouahid.
   Here are the qualifying draw and Monday's schedule.   
   College — The Cal women won three titles in the Cal Fall Invitational at the Hellman Tennis Complex.  Jessica Alsola of Fresno, Calif., claimed the top-flight singles championship. In doubles, Giavara and Ivanov took the top-flight crown, and Erin Richardson and Makenna Thiel, from Piedmont in the East Bay, captured the Gold title.

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