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American Roundup: Ann Li captures first WTA title at the Tenerife Ladies Open
A handful of Americans made deep runs around the globe last week.
Published Oct 26, 2021
1. Ann Li
Champion, Tenerife Ladies Open
In a strong performance, Ann Li won the Tenerife Ladies Open in Spain. Only dropping one set in the first round during the week, the American earned the title in fairly dominating fashion. Li defeated Camila Osorio, 6-1, 6-4, in the final, earning the 21-year-old her first official WTA title.
2. Jenson Brooksby
Semifinalist, European Open
The world No. 70 completed a strong semifinal run in Antwerp, dropping zero sets on his way to his third tour-level semifinal of the year. The American's breakout season has landed him a spot in the Next Gen ATP Finals.
3. Madison Brengle
Champion, USTA Pro Circuit ITF World Tennis Tour W80 (Macon, Ga.)
It wasn't easy, but Madison Brengle pulled off the title win in Georgia. The No. 1 dropped three sets in five matches during her time at the tournament. But in the end, Brengle was able to reach the final and take down the No. 2 seed Zarina Diyas.
4. Brandon Nakashima
Quarterfinalist, European Open
Brandon Nakashima put on a show during his time in Antwerp. The American battled through the qualifying rounds at the European Open and managed to post an upset win over Alex de Minaur en route to the quarterfinals. Nakashima is having a strong season overall, previously reaching the finals of Los Cabos and Atlanta.