2020 was shaping up to be a fascinating year on the WTA Tour before the pandemic changed everything.
Big blow dealt to the WTA calendar as Chinese Authorities cancel all international events in China for 2020, including the WTA Finals in Shenzhen.
On the surface, tennis appears to be a frontrunner in the representation of gay athletes with the likes of Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova. However,...
Full details concerning the remainder of the 2020 season has been confirmed by the two governing bodies.
A tweet from a player reveals the new draft calendar. Likely new start on 3 August, possibly in Palermo. Five very important events for the WTA...
All pro tennis events until the end of July have been officially canceled or postponed. Hall of Fame Ceremony cancelled as well. A new update will...
It has been confirmed that players will have to meet certain eligibility standards in order to qualify for the financing.
The ITF, ATP and WTA have released a joint initiative in hope to financially support lower-ranked players.
The governing body of women's tennis has issued an update about the future of the tour.
There should be unity when it comes to a global pandemic that threatens the sport, but this has failed to happen once again.
Player's will not be accepting pens to sign autographs as part of a series of measures aimed at minimising the threat from Coronavirus.
No tennis player have tested positive for the virus, but the world of tennis could face multiple challenges over the coming months.
Garbine Muguruza, Eugenie Bouchard and Madison Keys continued their excellent starts to 2020 in Shenzhen, Auckland and Brisbane.
Barty advanced to the semi-finals of the WTA Finals with a straight-sets win over Kvitova, while Bencic progressed when Bertens retired.
Elina Svitolina beat Simona Halep in straight sets in confident style to book her place in the semi-finals at the WTA Finals in Shenzhen.
Belinda Bencic withstood a second-set fightback from Petra Kvitova to earn a vital win that keeps her in the running at the 2019 WTA Finals.
Kim Clijsters will not have any restriction in the number of wildcards she receives. But she also deserves more in her upcoming third stint on the...
Simona Halep continued her impressive progress at Wimbledon 2019 with a comfortable straight-sets win over teen sensation Cori Gauff.
Simona Halep showed she is a dangerous player in the Wimbledon draw with an emphatic straight-sets win over Victoria Azarenka.
Karolina Pliskova maintained her superb form with a comfortable straight sets victory over Kerber in the Nature Valley International final.