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She has never been a direct entrant to a grand slam main draw, she is yet to play a tour-level three set match and she has not even won a match at a WTA tour event.

Yet sometimes a special player comes along and renders convention irrelevant.

Is yet an adverb and Yet a conjunction in the passage above?

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anonymousIs yet an adverb and Yet a conjunction in the passage above?

Yes.

CJ

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anonymousshe is yet to play

It's "she has yet to play", not "is". It's "three-set match". There is a comma missing before "and".