June 20th, 2023
Arguably the top two Wimbledon favorites cruised in their grass openers.
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February 19th, 2023
Iga Swiatek heads a star-studded Dubai field that features 26 of the Top 30 players.
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March 8th, 2022
The first women’s Masters kicks off tomorrow in the desert.
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September 1st, 2021
Coco Gauff gets primetime billing Wednesday night at the US Open.
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November 8th, 2020
Linz marks just the fifth women’s tour event since the US Open finished.
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August 24th, 2020
Serena Wiliams opens play Monday!
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April 24th, 2019
In her clay debut, Naomi Osaka will try to avenge a Miami loss to Su-Wei Hsieh.
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June 30th, 2018
The Group of Death contains two former No. 1s, a No. 2, and last year’s US Open semifinalist and quarterfinalist among other floaters…Tough starts for (5) Svitolina vs. the grasscourt title-winner Maria, (21) Sevastova vs. Giorgi, (32) Radwanska vs. Safarova 2nd rd., and (2) Wozniacki vs. Makarova 2nd rd…(25) Serena’s early path is former world No. 1 junior Arantxa Rus, a qualifier/wildcard, then (5) Svitolina, then (10) Keys.
December 1st, 2013
Vera Zvonareva hopes to return to tennis in about a month.
June 22nd, 2012
We’re searching for new storylines for the 2012 version of Wimbledon, but it’s looking a lot like the same-old same-old between the “old guard” of the Williams sisters, Sharapova, Clijsters, etc. Isn’t this around the time of year that Justine Henin makes a comeback? Martina Hingis in doubles? Yawn…we need some shake-ups in women’s tennis. Was 2011 just a fluke for Petra Kvitova, who could not claim a grasscourt title coming into the All England Club this year?
April 2nd, 2012
“We didn’t announce Maria (had entered) because we knew she wasn’t going to play, and we didn’t want to disappoint the fans (again),” Family Circle Cup General Manager Bob Moran told the Charleston Post and Courier. “Sharapova officially withdrew on Friday…We knew she never had any intention of playing this year.”
January 13th, 2012
Women’s Australian Open preview: Will Serena Williams walk away with another title?
October 26th, 2011
Vera Zvonareva says she loves going to school.
October 26th, 2011
In her tenth try, Sam Stosur finally beats Maria Sharapova.
September 5th, 2011
“I think there’s a healthy jealousy going on right now, which is good,” Roddick said of the American success. “It’s only good to help. If Donald Young sees Ryan Harrison play well in the summer, he’s going to not want to fall behind. I think that’s what you saw with that golden generation is that they were able to push each other.”