Pegula - who was joined on court by her pet dog during the trophy presentation - now holds a 3-1 head-to-head record over Giorgi and goes one better than her losing effort in the Quebec final previous year.
The 79th-ranked Pegula, whose parents own the NFL's Buffalo Bills and NHL's Buffalo Sabres, advanced by beating qualifier Anna Kalinskaya of Russian Federation 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 on Saturday.
Caty McNally, left, slaps hands with Cori Gauff as they play the women's doubles final against Fanny Stollar, of Hungary, and Maria Sanchez at the Citi Open tennis tournament, Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019, in Washington.
Medvedev only lost one service point before the first-set tie-break, which he had led 4-1 and 5-2 before Kyrgios stormed back to win it.
Andy Murray and brother Jamie were knocked out in the doubles quarterfinals, outlasted by the third-seeded team of Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus 6-7 (3), 7-6 (6), 10-7 on Friday. Gauf said she learned a lot from Wimbledon as a player and a person.
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China hit back at what it called these "groundless attacks and slanders" in a statement from its embassy in Canberra. Esper said China has more than 80% of its missile inventory with a range of 500-5,500 kilometers.
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He was also part of the side which was humiliated by Liverpool in the Champions League Semifinal at Anfield. The 27-year-old has endured a turbulent time in Barcelona since leaving Liverpool back in 2018.
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Five years later, she became a senior editor for the publishing company Random House in its NY headquarters. Throughout her career Morrison wrote books focused away from what she called "the white gaze".
Sakkari upset top seed Svitolina 1-6 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 at the WTA Premier event, saving four match points in San Jose.
"Once you're in a certain position for a long time, you really crave for more", Tsitsipas said. "It was definitely a big change", Gauf said.
McNally, a 17-year-old American who made only her fourth WTA appearance in singles, took her first three tour match wins to reach the semi-finals, where she lost 7-6 (7/5), 6-2 on Saturday to Italy's Camila Giorgi.
Gauff did herself no favours, smacking her 33rd unforced error on match point having also given Diyas 16 break points, five of which she was able to convert. Before their final match, Coco Gauff and McNally eliminated the third-seeded pair of the tournament in the semifinals.