(Cincinnati) Three Canadians will compete in the Western and Southern Open, the Cincinnati Masters 1000 Series, on Tuesday.
The sixth seed, Ontarian Denis Shapovalov, will enter the tournament. After earning a pass in the first round, the Israel native, 10NS In the world, he will face Frenchman Benoit Pierre early in the evening.
Quebec’s Felix Auger-Aliassime, who passed the first round in singles on Monday, will start the doubles championship with New Zealander Marcus Daniel. American duo Steve Johnson and Austin Krajesek will face each other in Game Three of the day on Court 8.
Finally, Ottoman Gabriela Dabrowski and Brazilian Luisa Stefani, who won the National Bank Open title last weekend, will face Kazakhes Anna Danilina and Yaroslava Shvedova to start the day on Court No. 11. Dabrowski and Stephanie are sixth in the Women’s Championship. doubles.
Bianca Andreescu, seeded seventh in seventh, will kick off her tournament on Wednesday. A pass holder in the first round, Andreescu will face the Czech Karolina Mochova or the British Johanna Konta. The two women will begin Tuesday’s activities at the Fourth Court starting at 11 a.m.
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