BRUSSELS, Belgium – Estonian Kaia Kanepi has produced some of her better tennis of the last two months, despite falling to home country favorite Yanina Wickmayer in the opening round of the Brussels Open. Kanepi fell to the seventh seeded Belgian 1-6 6-4 5-7 in the final match of the day on Tuesday. The only reason that the two high caliber players met in the first round was due to Kanepi being a late entry into the tournament, only deciding to enter after early exits in her two previous tournaments. Such was the lateness of the entry she needed to go through qualify...
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