Magdalena Rybarikova (Getty)
October 10, 2017
La cabeza de serie No.1 Magdalena Rybarikova abrió su campaña en el Upper Austria Ladies Linz con una victoria en dos sets ante Richel Hogenkamp.
Garbiñe Muguruza (Getty)
September 22, 2017
All the key facts and talking points as this week's three tournaments in Tokyo, Seoul and Guangzhou come to a climax.
Richel Hogenkamp, KEB Hana Bank-Incheon Airport Korea Open, Seoul
September 20, 2017
Richel Hogenkamp se clasificó su primer cuartos de final de la WTA desde 2013 con una victoria consecutiva sobre Denisa Allertova, mientras que la tailandesa Luksika Kumkhum terminó una mala racha de tres años de no alcanzar los cuartos de final en el KEB Hana Bank-Incheon Airport Korea Open.
Richel Hogenkamp, KEB Hana Bank-Incheon Airport Korea Open, Seoul
September 20, 2017
Richel Hogenkamp made her way into her first WTA quarterfinal since 2013 with a straight set win over Denisa Allertova, while Thai qualifier Luksika Kumkhum ended a three-year quarterfinal drought of her own at the KEB Hana Bank-Incheon Airport Korea Open.
Jelena Ostapenko with the Roland Garros trophy (Getty)
French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko is on the brink of the Top 10, while Simona Halep returns to No.2 and Elina Svitolina sets another career high.
Marketa Vondrousova won in Biel/Bienne (Getty)
Czech teen Marketa Vondrousova is on a wave of confidence since winning her maiden title in Biel/Bienne; how will she fare in her first Grand Slam main draw alongside fellow dangerous qualifiers like Sara Errani and Bethanie Mattek-Sands?
Karolina Pliskova, Lucie Hradecka
Both Fed Cup semis came down to the wire, but the Czechs held firm to beat the Swiss; a tough and talented French team awaits.
Amelie Mauresmo, Kristina Mladenovic
WTA Insider David Kane | With a whopping 10 Fed Cup World Group ties on the menu, which feature the most intriguing match-ups?
Caroline Garcia
Karolina Pliskova, Kiki Bertens and Caroline Garcia all scored some huge wins to send their countries into the Fed Cup semifinals. Here's how the World Group stands after the dust settles.
Monica Niculescu
Monica Niculescu earned a historic win for Romania following Simona Halep's surprise loss, while Richel Hogenkamp edged past Svetlana Kuznetsova to make Fed Cup history.
Angelique Kerber
After a rollercoaster first month of WTA play Down Under, players have scattered across the globe to compete for their countries in Fed Cup. Here's who is in action and what they had to say.
Maria Sharapova
She wasn't as fast as Petra Kvitova was the day before, but Maria Sharapova still won pretty quickly at Wimbledon on Wednesday, cruising into the third round in 65 minutes.