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Women’s sports are taking the reigns tighter than ever before. And Jessica Pegula can’t help but show her gratitude for the incredible accomplishments of Danielle Collins, Nelly Korda, and Caitlin Clark. Pegula, who is well known for her own skill on the tennis court, expressed her excitement about the trio’s achievements mentioning a week where women’s sports have grabbed center stage.

Apart from Danielle Collins’ Charleston Open victory, women’s sport has recently witnessed basketball player Caitlin Clark’s amazing record in Iowa. Not only that, golf star Nelly Korda’s victory in four straight tournaments in Las Vegas grabbed much attention in the sporting community as well. Referring to this, Pegula shared her heartfelt message about the ruling women of sports.

Jessica Pegula rejoices in the record-breaking performance of women in sports


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The World No. 5 tennis player, Jessica Pegula, suffered a defeat in the semifinals of the Charleston Open against Daria Kasatkina. However, with her true sportsmanship spirit, Pegula showcased a side of sports where the major attraction in the last week was the female players. She took to X and wrote, “I feel like it’s Danielle Collins, Nelly Korda, and Caitlin Clark’s world right now because that’s my whole timeline. What a fun time for women’s sports.”

Pegula has always been vocal about her support for women athletes and frequently praises them for changing the direction of sports. Playfully drawing attention to the legendary performances of these stars, Jessica Pegula mentioned that her social media timeline is brimming with their achievements.

Danielle Collins, with her incredible skills, has started the season with two major victories—one at the Charleston Open and the other in Miami. With this, she is among the top 4 players in the WTA ranking, moving steadily to the WTA final race. However, she is not the only one ruling the sporting world right now. Nelly Korda had her 12th career victory at the T-Mobile Match Play at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas. She became the first woman to win four straight tournaments since 2008.

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Pegula’s attention was also on another star of the week, Caitlin Clark. The 22-year-old, with her prowess on the basketball court, has recently scored over 3900 points, more than any male or female college athlete has ever achieved in the past. Following her last Sunday match, she bid farewell to her four-year journey in the women’s basketball program at her school. Jessica Pegula has previously acknowledged her support for Clark a few days ago, saying that she has been closely following her match.

Pegula has been glad to see more of women’s basketball than men’s

Women’s college basketball player Caitlin Clark has been making headlines lately. Besides attracting record crowds to watch women’s college basketball, Clark is becoming more well-known among other athletes. One such athlete is Jessica Pegula, who recently declared her admiration for the player. “I’ve definitely paid a lot more attention since Caitlin Clark. So I’ve been following a lot more,” Pegula said during the Charleston Open tournament.


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“I feel like I have been hearing it a lot more. And it seems like I truthfully have just heard a lot more about it than the men’s side, which I think is really cool,” she further added. After closely following her match, Clark’s victory has further amazed the 30-year-old America. Jessica Pegula’s remarks call for a future where women in athletics continue to break down more barriers!

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