The Progress Tour Women’s Championships was due to feature Heather Watson, Katie Boulter, Harriet Dart, Katie Swan and Jodie Burrage.
The 40-year-old tennis veteran speaks out about her plans for the rest of 2020 amid the threat posed by COVID-19.
The world No.5 has spoken out about her current plans to return to the sport and playing in New York isn't part of it.
The former world No.1 says she knows players who will not be attending the New York major under the current circumstances.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion will start her return to competitive tennis in Lexington.
The 25-year-old tennis star speaks out about her chances of winning a major title in the future.
The world No.25 has been forced to delete photos from her social media accounts after a gesture to support anti-racism backfired.
Big blow dealt to the WTA calendar as Chinese Authorities cancel all international events in China for 2020, including the WTA Finals in Shenzhen.
The world No.24 has questioned a statement from her ex-coach concerning the reason behind his departure.
Ukraine's top tennis player says she still has many questions concerning the upcoming resumption of the WTA Tour.
Madison Keys is happy tennis is returning ahead of next week's team exhibition in Charleston.
The Canadian believes the USTA has come up with 'the best plan' to ensure player safety at the major event.
Serena Williams has announced she will play the US Open when tennis resumes in August.
News sources in Romania have said the former world No.1 will not be travelling to New York.
25 years after first turning pro back in 1995 the American isn’t done with the sport just yet.
The coach of the 23-time Grand Slam champion speaks to UbiTennis about her recent disappointments in the majors and the reasons behind them.
A tweet from a player reveals the new draft calendar. Likely new start on 3 August, possibly in Palermo. Five very important events for the WTA...
The Russian player has questioned the lack of top performers on the women's tour.
The 50-year-old still believes it was Carlos Ramos who was at fault and he 'did nothing wrong.'
The French Open champion speaks out about the possibility of her travelling to America later in the season.