2020 was shaping up to be a fascinating year on the WTA Tour before the pandemic changed everything.
The world No.5 has returned back to the winner's circle after failing to win a match at her two previous tournaments.
The world No.7 is out to make a statement in Dubai this week.
Ubitennis looks at the biggest movers in the ATP and WTA rankings following the conclusion of the Australian Open.
James Beck reflects on the rise of the new Australian Open champion.
There is a new superstar in American tennis and she means business.
Sofia Kenin won her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open with a surprise three-set win over Garbine Muguruza.
Garbine Muguruza goes for her third Major, against a Slam final debutante.
Sofia Kenin stunned an erratic Ash Barty to reach her first grand slam final at the Australian Open.
Karolina Pliskova raised her game when it mattered to claim victory over Halep and earn a semi-final clash with Barty at the 2019 WTA Finals.
Ash Barty praised her serving performance as she reached the quarter-finals in Wuhan.
Madison Keys and Elina Svitolina are all set for another intriguing encounter at the US Open after straight-set victories.
Madison Keys set up a intriguing final against Svetlana Kuznetsova with an excellent straight-sets win over Sofia Kenin in the semi-finals.
Elina Svitolina suffered her fifth loss in seven matches since her return to the WTA tour following a knee injury when she lost to Alize Cornet.
Life on the tour isn't a walk in the park for the 37-year-old, but her legacy is already having a positive impact on some.
Sofia Kenin is looking to take the WTA by storm as she aims for grand slam success.