Konta, Vesnina a study in perseverance

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KEY BISCAYNE – The No. 14 seed won at Indian Wells. The No. 10 seed won in Miami.

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The WTA Tour is wide open right now, and Elena Vesnina and Johanna Konta both seized the day on this American spring hard-court swing.

Read my piece in the New York Times on how Konta went from struggling to No. 7 in the world in less than two years.

 

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