Naomi Osaka tops Serena Williams as world’s highest-earning female athlete

Osaka tops Serena as top money earner

Fed Cup finals indefinitely postponed over coronavirus concerns

Fed Cup Postponed

2020 BNP Paribas Open – Statement Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

BNP Paribas Open is taking action to continue prioritizing the health and safety of the fans, athletes, and everyone involved with the tournament.

Could this be the first of many?

The women’s Kunming Open tennis tournament scheduled to begin in April in China’s Anning city has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, the WTA Tour said on Tuesday. The April 27-May 3 clay court event, which features 32 singles players and 16 doubles teams, is the second 125K series tournament to be cancelled because [see more]

Maria says goodbye to tennis

I remember this as if it were yesterday. She had a fantastic tournament and defeated Serena Williams in the final. She was just 17 years old and on top of the tennis world. Maria Sharapova has announced that she is retiring from tennis with immediate effect. The 32-year-old Russian enjoyed a glittering career that saw [see more]

Kvitova on Madrid challenge: ‘It’s almost like a Grand Slam

MADRID, Spain – In a season marked by the success of the younger generation of WTA stars, 29-year-old World No.2 Petra Kvitova has been holding it down for the veterans. In a season that has already seen three teenage champions, as well as the tour’s biggest titles won by players aged 22-and-under, Kvitova is doing [see more]

Qualifier Teichmann wins Prague Open

PRAGUE (AP) — Swiss qualifier Jil Teichmann rallied in the decisive set to defeat Karolina Muchova 7-6 (5), 3-6, 6-4 in the Prague Open final on Saturday for her first WTA title. The 21-year-old Teichmann was 2-0 down, and broken again by her 22-year-old Czech opponent for 3-2, but came back once more before converting [see more]

Konta in tears but progress evident

  From ESPN Johanna Konta broke down in tears after her Australian Open ended with a quarterfinal demolition by Serena Williams. Konta looked set to test the American following her superb run in form, but the British No. 1 was outclassed Wednesday on Rod Laver Arena, as she went down 6-2, 6-3. It is a mark of [see more]