May 3, 2019
Petra Kvitova is the defending Mutua Madrid Open champion, picking up the crown for the third time in 2018. Check out the previous singles winners.
May 20, 2018
A decade of winners from the Internationaux de Strasbourg.
January 1, 2017
Speaking with wtatennis.com in the fall of 2015, former No.15 Aravane Rezai had embarked on what she called a second career, feeling at peace with the past as she headed towards a promising future.
Who was the very first Madrid champion? Who won the only blue clay tournament? And who announced their retirement at the tournament? Relive seven years of Madrid action - right here!
WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen | The tennis media looks back at the year that was as the game's best settle into a well-deserved off-season.
From rekindling former magic to finding your feet on clay and adjusting to your opponent on the fly, for some it's just a matter of time. Here are some of the WTA stars in their own words...
Victoria Azarenka had to wait until Day 4 of the tournament to play but when she finally did, there was no stopping her. Petra Kvitova regrouped to beat a former Top 15 player - who was it?
Daniela Hantuchova and Julia Goerges were among the winners as main draw action began, while Aravane Rezai and two of America's best were duking it out in the qualies. See the pics now!
Who smells the new tennis balls, who doesn't feel fulfilled, reactions to the Serena stunner...