Marta Kostyuk has dedicated her first WTA trophy to those who are ‘fighting and dying’ in her home country of Ukraine after winning the inaugural Austin...
Donna Vekic is into her first quarter-final at the Australian Open with help from a former champion.
The former top 25 player has hit out at Rublev who has branded the ban as 'complete discrimination.'
Donna Vekic held her nerve superbly to overcome Kaia Kanepi 5-7 7-6(2) 6-4 in an absorbing third-round encounter at the 2021 Australian Open. The Croatian, 24,...
Tsvetana Pironkova extended her remarkable run at the 2020 US Open (her first event in three years) with a 6-4 6-1 win over Donna Vekic.
Donna Vekic sensationally crashed out of the Palermo Ladies Open after slipping to a surprise 6-2 6-4 defeat to World No.156 Elisabetta Cocciaretto. The Croatian, 24,...
The world No.24 has questioned a statement from her ex-coach concerning the reason behind his departure.
Belinda Bencic beat her good friend Donna Vekic in straight sets to advance to her first-ever Grand Slam semi-final at US Open 2019.
Johanna Konta beat Donna Vekic for the fourth time in seven meetings to advance to her fourth Grand Slam quarter-final.
Naomi Osaka battled back from a seemingly impossible position in the decider to edge out Donna Vekic and reach the semi-finals in Stuttgart.
Johanna Konta led by example with a battling display to see off Greek No.1 Maria Sakkari and secure victory for Great Britain.
Donna Vekic continued her superb start to the year with a 6-2 6-0 demolition of Aliaksandra Sasnovich.
The Croatian No.1 shared her views about the next generation of women's tennis as she reviews her 2018 season.
Donna Vekic will be looking to continue her 2018 momentum as she looks to break her slam duck in 2019.
The unseeded Croat took advantage of an error-stricken performance from her opponent as Naomi Osaka learned who she will play next in Tokyo.
The early exits of nine of the top ten Ladies' seeds make more sense when you look at the reasons why.
Sloane Stephens exited Wimbledon 2018 at the first hurdle as she lost in straight sets to World No.55 Donna Vekic.
Donna Vekic talked about how close she feels to big victories, her love of Wimbledon, her coaching team and her career so far.
Johanna Konta overcame the challenge of 2017 champion Donna Vekic to set up a final against Ashleigh Barty, who beat Naomi Osaka.
Maria Sharapova edged past Donna Vekic 7-5 6-4 in a high-quality match and will now play Karolina Pliskova in round three.