Catch-up on all the action from the last big clay court event before the French Open with the return of the WTA Diary.
WTA Staff

Every week there's a lot happening on the WTA - on the court, off the court, by the numbers, even a few tweets... catch up on it all in this week's WTA Diary.

Back In The Swing Of Things
After her blip in Madrid, Simona Halep got her French Open preparations back on track with a quick-fire win over Alison Riske on Wednesday. Ana Ivanovic, meanwhile, was unable to join her fellow seed in the third round, losing a three-hour thriller to qualifier Daria Gavrilova.

Coaching Corner
There was a familiar face in Riske's box against Halep.

Emoj-ional Sport
Who says tennis players take themselves too seriously?

Learn From the Best
Ever wanted to have a tennis lesson with Serena Williams? Well, now's your chance... 

Weird American
Talking of Serena, she came out with an early contender for quote of the week:

"I always loved coming to Europe. I think the first trip I ever made to Europe was to Paris many years ago. I love visiting, even I love Rome, Germany, all places I have been really. I have never wanted to just be within the United States. In that sense, I am a 'weird' American, one who loves to go around the world and travel to different countries."

Sveta Talks
Svetlana Kuznetsova has always been one of the game's deeper thinkers. After her run to the final in Madrid, she opened up about retirement, Roger and completion.

With the French Open fast approaching, the USTA have announced the recipient of its wildcard.

Top 10 Mainstay
Agnieszka Radwanska's 187-week stay in the Top 10 came to an end on Monday. Which current member has been in the Top 10 the longest?

Mother's Intuition
Maria Sharapova always comes across as a well-rounded individual, with a bevy of interests away from the court. And it's all thanks to her mother.

Catching Up With Steffi
And finally, espnW has been shooting the breeze with 22-time Grand Slam singles champ Steffi Graf.