Katerina Siniakova - The Bronx 2019 - Jimmie48/WTA
August 22, 2019
Fifth seed Katerina Siniakova saved two match points in a thrilling escape against wildcard Bernarda Pera to make the semifinals of the NYJTL Bronx Open.
Katerina Siniakova - The Bronx 2019 - Jimmie48/WTA
August 22, 2019
The NYJTL Bronx Open quarterfinals find fifth seed Katerina Siniakova taking on Bernarda Pera, the last American standing, while top seed Wang Qiang, Wimbledon quarterfinalist Karolina Muchova and Washington runner-up Camila Giorgi are also in action. Scroll down for full order of play.
Bernarda Pera (Getty)
August 20, 2019
American wildcard Bernarda Pera pulled off a three-set upset over No.3 seed Barbora Strycova to reach the elite eight at the NYJTL Bronx Open.
Bernarda Pera (Tournament)
August 20, 2019
Camila Giorgi, Bernarda Pera and Alizé Cornet are among those taking to the court at the NYJTL Bronx Open on Tuesday.
Katarzyna Kawa (Baltic Open)
July 27, 2019
Anastasija Sevastova, Anastasia Potapova, Bernarda Pera and Katarzyna Kawa do battle to reach Sunday's final at the Baltic Open.
Bernarda Pera, 2019 Jurmala (© Baltic Open)
July 25, 2019
Bernarda Pera ended the six-match winning streak of Elena Rybakina to move into the last eight at the Baltic Open.
Bernarda Pera, Baltic Open, Jurmala
July 23, 2019
Bernarda Pera played clutch tennis to dispatch 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko at the inaugural Baltic Open in straight sets.
Elena Rybakina - Bucharest 2019 - BRD Bucharest Open
July 22, 2019
First-time titlists Elena Rybakina and Fiona Ferro hit new career highs after capturing the Bucharest and Lausanne trophies respectively, while Elise Mertens returns to the Top 20.
Bernarda Pera, Lausanne 2019 (Getty)
July 17, 2019
Unseeded Bernarda Pera never lost serve en route to a second round upset of No.2 seed Caroline Garcia at the Ladies' Open Lausanne.
Timea Bacsinszky - Roland Garros 2019 - Jimmie48/WTA
May 22, 2019
Two-time semifinalist Timea Bacsinszky led the way into the second round of Roland Garros qualifying, while 15-year-old Cori Gauff became the youngest player to win a Grand Slam match in 24 years and 33-year-old Romina Oprandi made another dazzling comeback.
Maria Sakkari - Rabat 2019 - WTA Rabat/Mehdi Benzaïd
May 6, 2019
J&T Banka Prague Open champion Jil Teichmann and runner-up Karolina Muchova both gatecrash the Top 100 in style this week, while Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Meryem champion Maria Sakkari's first title also gives her a boost.
Qualifier Jil Teichmann was a shock champion in Prague: having never previously reached a WTA quarterfinal, the 21-year-old ended the week with her first trophy - and a place in the Top 100 at World No.87 (J&T Banka Prague Open/Pavel Lebeda)
May 6, 2019
Maria Sakkari returns to the Top 50 after picking up her first trophy at the Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, while Jil Teichmann gatecrashes the Top 100 after qualifying and winning the J&T Banka Prague Open.