Sloane Stephens vs. Magdalena Frech | 2022 Parma Round 1 | WTA Match Highlights

Sloane stephens vs. Magdalena frech | 2022 parma round 1 | wta match highlights

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Watch the Match Highlights from Sloane Stephens vs. Magdalena Frech at the 2022 Parma Ladies Open in Italy.

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