There's some tennis royalty in the doubles semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open - the eight players left have won a combined total of 41 Grand Slams. Who has the most?
On a day where two of the top teams were ousted, Martina Hingis and Flavia Pennetta battled three tough sets to stay alive in the Australian Open doubles event.
WTA Rising Star Zheng Saisai scored her biggest win, while Martina Hingis and Flavia Pennetta were ousted - but they're still in the running for Singapore...
With a huge crosscourt backhand return winner on match point - the same shot that won her Wimbledon - Petra Kvitova capped a dream week at the Connecticut Open.
From the player party to special visits with Xerox and a Swedish pop idol rocking center court, the WTA stars had a blast all week off the match courts in Bastad.
Mona Barthel and Caroline Wozniacki were the last ones standing at the conclusion of the WTA events in Bastad and Istanbul, respectively.
In a week where none of the seeds made the quarterfinals - the first time that has happened on the WTA in more than five years - it was Mona Barthel who emerged victorious.
Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik cruised into the second round of the doubles at Roland Garros, but three seeded teams were beaten.
Former Top 20 players Anabel Medina Garrigues, Julia Goerges and Tamarine Tanasugarn were among the WTA stars hitting the seaside for some tree planting at the PTT Pattaya Open last week.
The WTA stars glammed up for the PTT Pattaya Open player party, with Sabine Lisicki and Sorana Cirstea among those stepping out. That and more off-court pictures from Thailand right here!
There were some beautiful views in Bastad this past week, but the backdrops in Bad Gastein were gorgeous - and for a pair of Austrian veterans, the week finished like a fairytale. Check it out...
It has always been her best tournament, but this time there was absolutely no one better. Austrian No.1 Yvonne Meusburger conquered the NÜRNBERGER Gastein Ladies for her first WTA title.