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Topic - Varvara Lepchenko
Defending U.S. Open champion Sam Stosur cruised into the fourth round of the U.S. Open, where she will face a teenager who has defeated former Grand Slam winners in her last two matches.
U.S. Olympian Varvara Lepchenko cruised to a 6-3, 6-1 win over NCAA champion Nicole Gibbs in a first-round match Monday at the Mercury Insurance Open.
For some, being an American citizen is a birthright. For others, the American dream is many years in the making.
After playing in this week's Citi Open and the Mercury Insurance Open in San Diego, Sloane Stephens will return home to finally celebrate her high school graduation.
"It's a very big deal for me," she said. "I've been living here almost 11 years. I would love to represent this country. A lot of people helped me out, and that's where I feel like I belong. I can't wait for that to happen. I will be so honored to represent the United States."
Since Lepchenko is uncertain how long her hip will take to heal, she said she may take a few days off to see how it feels before she makes plans for the rest of the summer.