Los Angeles Times

Andreescu's big win feels so good

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - Her thigh was cramping and her strength was ebbing. Bianca Andreescu had squandered a match point in the ninth game of the third set of her BNP Paribas Open semifinal against Elina Svitolina on Friday night, and then a second and a third chance eluded her in the 10th game. By the time that game went to deuce for the fourth time, pain had become as menacing a foe for the 18-year-old Canadian as was the persistent

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times3 min read
Former Rams Assistant Zac Taylor Still Is Trying To Win Over The Bengals As Coach
ATLANTA - The NFL's grand Sean McVay experiment is nearly to the season's midpoint, and the results are mixed. The Green Bay Packers and the Cincinnati Bengals hired young McVay disciples. Neither had experience as a head coach. Matt LaFleur, 39, has
Los Angeles Times2 min read
MLB Commissioner Manfred Says The Ball Isn't Different During The Playoffs
HOUSTON - All regular season long, Major League Baseball faced questions about the baseballs used because they were flying farther than ever. The evidence was there. More home runs were hit than ever before and studies illustrated details supporting
Los Angeles Times4 min readPsychology
Commentary: Why People Find It So Hard To Resist Taking Bad Advice
When my doctor ordered a CT scan I didn't need, I found myself in an uncomfortable position. As a physician myself, I quickly realized the scan was unnecessary and preferred not to expose myself to ionizing radiation, which can increase the risk for