Margarita Gasparyan - US Open 2018 - Jimmie48/WTA
April 1, 2019
Tashkent champion Margarita Gasparyan takes on wildcard Victoria Rodriguez, while former Wimbledon semifinalist Magdalena Rybarikova and 2012 victor Timea Babos are also in first-round action at the Abierto GNP Seguros. Scroll down for full order of play.
Oceane Dodin
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Play is underway at the Coupe Banque Nationale in Québec City, but before the players took to the court they were challenged to a round of trivia at the player party!
Alexandra Panova
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Alexandra Panova
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Margarita Gasparyan
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Teliana Pereira
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PTT Thailand Open
The WTA stars took some time out for a very meaningful visit at the PTT Thailand Open, welcoming local orphans for lunch. See all of the best pictures right here.
Serena Williams
Smiles, supercoaches, trophies, action shots, even some multiple exposures - see 20 of the most iconic pics from this year's Australian Open, right here on wtatennis.com.
Caroline Garcia
Every day we'll be bringing you a daily notebook - food for thought on the first Grand Slam event of the year. Today, Chris Oddo describes a power surge in the lower echelons of the rankings.
Maria Sharapova
With her back against the wall, she just hit harder and harder - Maria Sharapova saved two match points to win an absolute epic and stay alive at the Australian Open.