Egypt’s world No. 3 Nour El Tayeb leads the $51,250 Cleveland Classic draw this week, January 31-February 4, at the Cleveland Racquet Club in Ohio.
The ninth staging of the event draws three of the world’s top ten players, with England’s world No. 9 Alison Waters and world No. 10 Tesni Evans entering the field as the three and two seeds, respectively.
El Tayeb is seeded to meet Waters, a two-time finalist in 2016 and 2017 in the semifinals, with a seeded final against Evans. Evans will open her campaign either against Cornell graduate Danielle Letourneau or Harvard graduate Haley Mendez–the only American in the twenty-four-player draw.
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