VIDEO: Things good very heated in the media room on Tuesday.
Johanna Konta earned her second top-ten win in a row by beating Petra Kvitova to advance to the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
Johanna Konta raised her game at exactly the right time to overcome the stern challenge provided by Sloane Stephens at Wimbledon.
Kiki Bertens dug in and battled back from match point down to beat Taylor Townsend in three sets at Wimbledon.
Ons Jabeur and Alize Cornet will meet in the quarter-finals of the Nature Valley International after an extraordinary sequence of events.
Johanna Konta is looking on the positives as she looks to continue her momentum on the grass courts in the next month.
Johanna Konta talked about the reasons why everything is going so well for her after she hammered Sloane Stephens at the French Open.
Johanna Konta beat Donna Vekic for the fourth time in seven meetings to advance to her fourth Grand Slam quarter-final.
Johanna Konta edged world n.4 Kiki Bertens while Karolina Pliskova scored a straight-set victory against Maria Sakkari
Victoria Azarenka, Johanna Konta, Maria Sakkari and Kristina Mladenovic have made significant strides at the Italian Open.
Johanna Konta advanced to her first semi-final in Rome by beating Vondrousova in three sets, while Pliskova beat Azarenka.
Simona Halep suffered a shock early loss in Rome when she was defeated in three sets by Marketa Vondrousova, while Madison Keys also lost.
Great Britain beat Serbia 2-0 in the Play-Off after Konta overcame illness to beat Krunic and Boutler earned a classy win over Jorovic.
Johanna Konta hung on to secure a tense three-set win over Anna Bondar that booked Great Britain's place in the play-off against Serbia.
Johanna Konta led by example with a battling display to see off Greek No.1 Maria Sakkari and secure victory for Great Britain.
Great Britain beat Slovenia 3-0 in the Fed Cup after Katie Boulter won in straight sets to get them off to a perfect start.
Daria Kasatkina overcame Britain's Johanna Konta in straight sets to reach the final in Moscow for the second consecutive year.
Johanna Konta produced one of her best performances of 2018 to beat Elise Mertens 6-3 7-5 and advance to the second round of the Kremlin Cup.
The former top 10 player dropped only two games during her first round match, but admitted that it was harder than it looked.
Johanna Konta maintained her fine form by coming back from a set down to beat Jelena Ostapenko 6-7(6) 6-1 6-2 in Montreal.