David Witt has spoken out about the ending of his 11-year partnership with the former world No.1 for the first time.
World Number 1 player Simona Halep was voted 2018 WTA Fan Favourite player for the second consecutive year. Halep is just the fourth player to be...
After her latest triumph on the junior tour, Gauff has set out an ambitious goal for the new year.
The seven-time grand slam champion will embark upon the new season without a familiar face in her team.
The five-time grand slam champion has discussed her future in the sport.
The BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells has been voted as the best tournament in the WTA Premier Mandatory category for the fifth year in a...
The Croatian No.1 shared her views about the next generation of women's tennis as she reviews her 2018 season.
The two-time grand slam champion has hit back at an article suggesting that she had criticised former world No.1 Serena Williams.
Donna Vekic will be looking to continue her 2018 momentum as she looks to break her slam duck in 2019.
Ubitennis.net reviews a memorable 2018 WTA season highlighted by Simona Halep’s first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros, Naomi Osaka’s breakthrough at the US Open, the...
The 23-time grand slam champion will play at the exhibition event in the lead up to her 2019 season.
Swiss 39-year-old player Patty Schnyder announced her retirement from professional tennis for the second time on her official Twitter. Schnyder played her farewell match on 21st...
Next year’s Shenzhen Open will feature a high-quality field which includes former Grand Slam champions Maria Sharapova and Jelena Ostapenko and former top 10 player Caroline...
Simona Halep has made Wimbledon her goal for 2019 as she aims to start the season without a coach.
Angelique Kerber spoke at a Generali event in Cologne about her new coach Rainer Schuttler and how she believes he is the right man for the...
Agnieszka Radwanska's legacy is more than what it seems as she announced her retirement from Tennis.
Former doubles world number one, Lucie Safarova has announced that the Australian Open will be her last tournament of her career.
Darren Cahill has announced that he will not coach Simona Halep next season after wanting to spend more time with family.
After a roller coaster end to 2018, the world No.2 is hoping for success on the clay next year.
The 29-year-old has turned to the Belgian coach for help ahead of the new season.