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Tennis: a week after her coronation in Miami, Danielle Collins continues in Charleston

A week after winning the first WTA 1000 tournament of her career in Miami, the American Danielle Collins continued by winning the WTA 500 tournament in Charleston on Sunday, dispatching the Russian Daria Kasatkina in two sets 6-2, 6-1 .

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Tennis: a week after her coronation in Miami, Danielle Collins continues in Charleston

A week after winning the first WTA 1000 tournament of her career in Miami, the American Danielle Collins continued by winning the WTA 500 tournament in Charleston on Sunday, dispatching the Russian Daria Kasatkina in two sets 6-2, 6-1 .

Aged 30, the 22nd player in the world, who announced that she would retire at the end of the season, will make another jump in the WTA rankings.

His coronation in Miami had made him gain 31 places; her success on the American clay court of Charleston should bring her to 15th place in the world in the next issue of the WTA rankings on Monday. From Miami to Charleston, Collins is now 13 matches unbeaten in 19 days.

Serena Williams was the last player to have won Miami then Charleston in the same year, in 2013. Since the start of the season, Collins has 22 victories (for 7 defeats), doing as well as the Polish Iga Swiatek (world No. 1) and the Kazakh Elena Rybakina (N.4).

But the American, who explained that she suffered from endometriosis and rheumatoid arthritis, decided that 2024 would be her last season.

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