Iga Swiatek is on a 28 match winning streak heading into Roland Garros.
From Swiatek’s winning run to Jabeur’s success on the clay, here are the key things to watch out for in this year’s tournament.
Iga Swiatek leads the WTA rankings heading into Roland Garros after her latest win in Rome.
The Czech also opens up about her difficult start to the year where she has won just two matches.
After clinching her 24th win in a row, Swiatek has shed some light on the work she has been doing away from the spotlight.
The Tunisian equals her best ranking and is vying for the top 5. The American rises to No. 11
While Iga Swiatek prepares for Rome, the title in Madrid is in the balance.
The world No.1 has now won four titles in a row and has become the first first WTA player this year to reach a key milestone.
Iga Swiatek won her 21st consecutive match in Stuttgart.
Iga Swiatek is ready to tackle the clay court season after winning the sunshine double and becoming the new world number one.
There has been a lot of significant changes in the rankings over recent days.
The Pole has become only the third player in history to win three straight WTA 1000 events within the same season.
The Miami final will see the future world No.1 battle it out against a past world No.1.
The Pole is the first player to reach the semi-finals in both Indian Wells and Miami within the same year since Karolina Pliskova in 2017.
The Pole is set to become the youngest player to debut at world No.1 on the WTA Tour since Caroline Wozniacki back in 2010.
Poland’s soon to be first-ever world No.1 reflects on her milestone achievement.
Exiting the sport on her own terms, Barty's legacy is one which could inspire the next generation.
Maria Sakkari edged past Paula Badosa to reach her first WTA1000 final where she will face Iga Swiatek on Sunday.
The world No.4 believes her run in Indian Wells this year has been aided by a change in her mindset during matches.
Danielle Collins comprehensively beat Iga Swiatek to reach the Australian Open final.