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2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships Results

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Full results from the 2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Greensboro, N.C. …

Women’s Final Results
Gold: Alysa Liu — 235.52

Silver: Mariah Bell — 225.21
Bronze: Bradie Tennell — 220.86
4. Karen Chen — 193.65
5. Amber Glenn — 186.57
6. Starr Andrews — 181.78
7. Sierra Venetta — 176.37
8. Courtney Hicks — 175.28
9. Gabriella Izzo — 174.41
10. Rena Ikenishi — 171.81
11. Maxine Marie Bautista — 171.46
12. Gracie Gold — 161.75
13. Emily Zhang — 158.36
14. Paige Rydberg — 150.12
15. Sarah Jung — 149.38
16. Alex Evans — 142.70
17. Caitlin Ha — 139.37
18. Alyssa Rich — 138.54

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Men’s Final Results
Gold: Nathan Chen — 330.17

Silver: Jason Brown — 292.88
Bronze. Tomoki Hiwatashi — 278.08
4. Vincent Zhou — 275.23
5. Andrew Torgashev — 260.64
6. Aleksei Krasnozhon — 241.32
7. Camden Pulkinen — 236.08
8. Dinh Tran — 220.88
9. Sean Rabbitt — 213.46
10. Yaroslav Paniot — 209.79
11. Ryan Dunk — 199.45
12. William Hubbart — 195.87
13. Jimmy Ma — 193.85
14. Jordan Moeller — 191.25
15. Joonsoo Kim — 177.03
WD. Emmanuel Savary

Pairs’ Final Results
Gold: Alexa Scimeca Knierim/Christopher Knierim — 216.15

Silver: Jessica Calalang/Brian Johnson — 213.57
Bronze: Tarah Kayne/Danny O’Shea — 204.07

4. Ashley Cain-Gribble/Timothy LeDuc — 197.12
5. Haven Denney/Brandon Frazier — 186.25
6. Audrey Lu/Misha Mitrofanov — 181.49
7. Olivia Serafini/Mervin Tran — 171.21
8. Jessica Pfund/Joshua Santillan — 165.93
9. Nica Digerness/Danny Neudecker — 164.12
10. Laiken Lockley/Keenan Prochnow — 147.07
11. Maria Mokhova/Ivan Mokhov — 143.29
12. Allison Timlen/Justin Highgate-Brutman — 135.10

Ice Dance Final Results
Gold: Madison Chock/Evan Bates — 221.86

Silver: Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue — 217.19
Bronze: Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc Baker — 201.16
4. Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko — 194.16
5. Caroline Green/Michael Parsons — 180.25
6. Lorraine McNamara/Quinn Carpenter — 173.67
7. Eva Pate/Logan Bye — 155.82
8. Livvy Shilling/Alexander Petrov — 133.93
9. Bailey Melton/Ryan O’Donnell — 96.02

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2020 French Open women’s singles draw, results

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If Serena Williams is to win a record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title at the French Open, she may have to go through her older sister in the fourth round.

Williams, the sixth seed, could play Venus Williams in the round of 16 at Roland Garros, which begins Sunday.

Serena opens against countrywoman Kristie Ahn, whom she beat in the first round at the U.S. Open. Serena could then get her U.S. Open quarterfinal opponent, fellow mom Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria, in the second round.

If Venus is to reach the fourth round, she must potentially get past U.S. Open runner-up Victoria Azarenka in the second round. Azarenka beat Serena in the U.S. Open semifinals, ending the American’s latest bid to tie Margaret Court‘s major titles record.

Venus lost in the French Open first round the last two years.

The French Open top seed is 2018 champion Simona Halep, who could play 2019 semifinalist Amanda Anisimova in the third round.

Coco Gauff, the rising 16-year-old American, gets 2019 semifinalist Jo Konta of Great Britain in the first round in the same quarter of the draw as Halep.

The field lacks defending champion Ash Barty of Australia, not traveling due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Also out: U.S. Open winner Naomi Osaka, citing a sore hamstring and tight turnaround from prevailing in New York two weeks ago.

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2020 French Open men’s singles draw, results

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Rafael Nadal was put into the same half of the French Open draw as fellow 2018 and 2019 finalist Dominic Thiem of Austria, with top-ranked Novak Djokovic catching a break.

Nadal, trying to tie Roger Federer‘s male record 20 Grand Slam singles titles, could play sixth-seeded German Alexander Zverev in the quarterfinals before a potential clash with Thiem, who just won the U.S. Open.

Djokovic, who is undefeated in 2020 save being defaulted out of the U.S. Open, could play No. 7 seed Matteo Berrettini of Italy in the quarterfinals before a possible semifinal with Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Medvedev is the fourth seed but is 0-3 at the French Open. Another possible Djokovic semifinal opponent is fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, who reached the fourth round last year.

The most anticipated first-round matchup is between three-time major champion Andy Murray and 2015 French Open champion Stan Wawrinka. In Murray’s most recent French Open match, he lost in five sets to Wawrinka in the 2017 semifinals.

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