September 13, 2017
Freak or unique? WTA Insider highlights 27 rare feats from the final Slam of the season.
September 7, 2017
Nineteen years after she made her Top 5 debut in 1998, Venus Williams is set to return to the Top 5 after the US Open. But what about a charge towards No.1? WTA Insider breaks down the ranking projections.
Sloane Stephens, US Open, comeback
September 5, 2017
Sloane Stephens is into the third straight semifinal of her incredible comeback after nearly a year off following a foot surgery. WTA Insider investigates the data behind the young American's return to form ahead of her second Grand Slam semi.
Sloane Stephens, US Open, Madison Keys, Venus Williams, CoCo Vandeweghe, American tennis, usta
September 5, 2017
For the first time in 15 years, four American women feature in the last eight of their home Grand Slam. Might we see an all-American semifinal slate? WTA Insider breaks out the history books, and breaks down the numbers.
Naomi Osaka, US Open, Daria Kasatkina, Jelena Ostapenko, Elina Svitolina, Madison Keys
September 1, 2017
Nearly one-third of the final 32 at the 2017 US Open features women aged 22 and under battling for a spot in the second week, including Naomi Osaka, Daria Kasatkina, and Sofia Kenin, who takes on childhood idol Maria Sharapova on Friday.
Venus Williams, US Open, wta stats
August 27, 2017
A record number of Americans lead a diverse US Open field, with 34 different countries represented, 12 teenage phenoms, and 8 women gunning for the No.1 ranking. WTA Insider digs into the numbers.
CiCi Bellis, Catherine Bellis, Rogers Cup, Toronto, Bank of the West Classic, Stanford
August 9, 2017
As American teenager CiCi Bellis earned her second Top 10 win of 2017 at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, WTA Insider takes a look at the numbers behind her rapid rise up the rankings.
Julia Goerges, Rogers Cup, Toronto, Ace Leaders
August 7, 2017
Big-serving Julia Goerges moves in front of WTA World No.1 Karolina Pliskova for most aces hit in 2017; how many has the German struck so far this season? Find out here courtesy of WTA Insider.
Magdalena Rybarikova, Wimbledon, The Championships
Magdalena Rybarikova's decisive win over CoCo Vandeweghe guaranteed a 17th straight major tournament to feature a player making their first-ever Grand Slam semifinal. Check out the full list of "surprise" semifinalists right here on wtatennis.com.
Martina Hingis, Venus Williams, US Open, 1997
The announced absence of Roger Federer marks the first time neither he nor 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams will be at a major tournament since the 1997 US Open; check out how much has changed since then right here on wtatennis.com!