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  • Maria Sharapova wins Tianjin Open

    Maria Sharapova has won her first title since returning from a doping ban after defeating young Belarusian talent Aryna Sabalenka 7-5 7-6 in a topsy turvy final. Sharapova recovered from 1-4 in the first set and 1-5 in the second… Read More ›

  • Mladenovic leads weak field in Moscow

    The draw for the VTB Kremlin Cup has been made in Moscow with nobody inside the the top 12 participating in the WTA Premier event. With 8 of the top 10 heading to Singapore and injuries to Svetlana Kuznetsova and… Read More ›

  • How to enter the Wimbledon 2018 ballot

    Envelopes at the ready, it’s time to send your application off for the Wimbledon ballot!

  • Heather Watson reminds us how hard tour life can be

    The British number 2 criticised her lack of support following a defeat in qualifying at the Beijing Open.

  • Seventh time lucky for Wozniacki as she claims Toray Pan Pacific Open title

    Caroline Wozniacki successfully defended her Toray Pan Pacific Open title by defeating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in straight sets, confirming the Dane’s qualification to the end of season finals in Singapore.

  • Shuai Zhang wins second Guangzhou Open title

    China’s Shuai Zhang has won her second Guangzhou Open title, defeating Aleksandra Krunic in three sets in the final.

  • Are Britain’s 2011 stars about to realise their potential?

    In 2011, George Morgan, Liam Broady, Oli Golding and Kyle Edmund were flying the flag for Britain in junior boys’ tennis. While Edmund has become a challenger on the ATP tour, we take a look at the other three and see whether their moment in the spotlight could still yet happen.

  • Victoria Azarenka receives wildcard to Luxembourg Open

    Victoria Azarenka has been offered a wild card to the Luxembourg Open, in what could see her return to the WTA tour after withdrawing from the US Open.

  • Zarina Diyas completes injury return with Japan Women’s Open title

    Zarina Diyas has been crowned Japan Women’s Open Champion, defeating Japanese qualifier Miyu Kato 6-2 7-5 in the final in Tokyo.

  • Why the WTA should be involved with the Next Gen tournament

    As we approach the end of the season, all eyes are on the ATP tour and it’s Next Gen finals. But why aren’t the WTA getting involved with a similar set up? The talent is there and interest in women’s tennis is starting to eclipse the men’s so there’d definitely be appetite for it. Here’s why the WTA should have a presence at the Next Gen finals.