The French Open champion speaks out about the possibility of her travelling to America later in the season.
The three-time grand slam finalist didn't chose the likely candidates such as Serena Williams or Maria Sharapova when asked about her most difficult rival.
The world No.2 is expecting a tough time when she returns to action following the lengthy suspension of the sport due to COVID-19.
The world No.4 explains why she personally doesn't want equal pay on the tour, but criticises those who worry that women players might do so in...
The world No.12 speaks out about the unusual circumstances she was playing in earlier this week as she sheds light on a recent injury issue she...
The tennis star has been branded a 'hero' for children in Canada by one of her country's sporting icons.
A wildcard at Santa Croce due to a weird homonymy bungle. A Country Club final with Botswana at stake, and yet never visited. The sportsmanship of...
Ubitennis speaks with one of the top coaches on the WTA Tour about his plans for a one-off tournament that will feature a series of top...
How a run-in with musical royalty spurred the former world No.1 to change her ways.
The 23-time grand slam champion has said she is 'feeling better than ever' and is relishing her return to the sport.
A former top 20 WTA star has described the 49-year-old as 'not a great coach, but a great businessman.'
The reigning French Open is considering participating in a new initiative currently being drawn up by Tennis Australia.
The former Australian Open semi-finals speaks out about how the pain related to the autoimmune condition has affected her.
The former world No.1 has pledged her full backing behind the event amid ongoing concerns about if it will be able to take place in Tokyo.
The rising star has opened up about her mental demons in a piece she wrote for Beyond The Racquet.
The latest suspension has raised further doubts about the prospect of the US Open taking place as planned with Canadian tennis officials bracing themselves for a...
The former world No.1 has shed light on a foot injury that had recently sidelined her from the tour.
The world No.2 sees a silver lining to what is currently a bleak situation in the world due to covid-19.
Anastasya Pavlyuchenkova said that she would be ready to play in November and December, if the season is extended once the WTA circuit resumes after the...
The world No.14 also comments on the decision to move the French Open to September.