September 10, 2017
16-year-old Amanda Anisimova triumphed in the girls' singles final at the US Open, beating 13-year-old fellow American Cori Gauff in straight sets.
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Six women will break new ground this fortnight as they make their Grand Slam main draw debut in Paris - get to know them here at wtatennis.com!
Amanda Anisimova, French Open, Roland Garros
Amanda Anisimova will make her Grand Slam main draw debut at Roland Garros after a stellar surge on the ITF Circuit helped the 15-year-old clinch the USTA Wildcard Play-off. Learn more about the confident American teen ahead of her first round match on Sunday.
Francesca Schiavone
With this week's WTA rankings used to determine the French Open entry list, former champion Francesca Schiavone headlines the week's biggest movers and shakers.
Ashleigh Barty
Former World No.7 Belinda Bencic and doubles No.1 Bethanie Mattek-Sands feature among the list of Miami Open main draw wildcards. Check out the full list right here on wtatennis.com!
Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Vania King and Lauren Davis are among the players to receive a wildcard into the US Open main draw. Who else is in? Find out here at wtatennis.com.
Rebeka Masarova
No.12 seed Rebeka Masarova knocked out the Top 2 seeds to win her first junior Grand Slam title over American Amanda Anisimova in the Roland Garros girl's singles event.