May 10th, 2016
Petra Kvitova, Simona Halep, Venus Williams and Roberta Vinci are in action Wednesday in Rome.
May 8th, 2016
The WTA tour is an absolute car crash right now in terms of illnesses, injuries, tournament pull-outs, and no one being anywhere near No. 1 Serena Williams in the rankings, despite the American winning no titles thus far in 2016.
May 4th, 2016
Just one Top 20 player reached the Madrid quarterfinals.
April 23rd, 2016
Two Germans collide in the Stuttgart final.
April 22nd, 2016
Three of the Top 7 players on the WTA are in the Stuttgart semifinals.
April 21st, 2016
Simona Halep has now lost three of her last four matches.
April 17th, 2016
Lots of floaters in the draw and tough opening-round match-ups including (1) Radwanska vs. Petkovic, (8) Safarova vs. Pliskova in an all-Czech, (6) Vinci vs. Makarova, (3) Muguruza vs. Lisicki, and (2) Kerber vs. the riser Beck in an all-German…
March 21st, 2016
As Ray Moore might say, ‘There are a lot of attractive ladies out there — umm, competitively attractive…oh crap, I’ve done it again.
March 15th, 2016
Four of the Top 10 are playing in the women’s quarterfinals tomorrow at Indian Wells.
March 8th, 2016
What, too early for Maria jokes?
February 20th, 2016
Pulling from the tournament were Roger Federer (knee surgery) and Janko Tipsarevic…The absent Federer is the two-time defending champ, beating Djokovic in last year’s final…Federer and Djokovic have won the last seven titles between them…Djokovic (2013,’11-09) is the lone former champ in the field.
February 18th, 2016
History has already been made in Dubai this week as for the first time ever at a WTA event no seeds won a match.
February 13th, 2016
American Taylor Fritz received a special exempt into the main draw after his run in Memphis…Other interesting starts for Del Potro vs. American Denis Kudla, with the winner likely meeting (3) Karlovic, and (2) Tomic vs. the hot-handed net-crushing Rampras…
January 20th, 2016
“It was unreal,” said the 21-year-old recent Russian-turned-Australian.
January 18th, 2016
“After Auckland everyone was like ‘Oh, we can support Sloane again because she’s playing good and she’s looking good and we need to get back on that bandwagon because we kind of abandoned her,’” said Stephens, who has 36 unforced errors, or two per game, over two sets. “And then you lose and they go back to ‘She doesn’t work hard, she’s not committed, she doesn’t love the game.’