Victoria Azarenka overturned a double-break final-set deficit to score her third Top 10 win of 2019 in the second round of Rome, saving one match point down 2-5 to oust defending champion Elina Svitolina 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 (Jimmie48/WTA)
May 15, 2019
Sixteen players in eighteen WTA Tour main draw matches this season have saved at least one match point and gone on to victory. Relive their Houdini-like triumphs here.
Polona Hercog was the champion at the Samsung Open in Lugano (tournament)
April 15, 2019
For the first time in WTA history, the first 18 titles of the season have been won by 18 different players - with 13 of those finals going to three sets. Look back on the roll of honor here.
Bianca Andreescu - Getty
April 10, 2019
In a new interview with CBC, Canadian breakthrough star Bianca Andreescu opened up about the secrets behind her spectacular March success, getting a taste for the WTA Tour and resetting her goals for the future.
April 6, 2019
She's a household name after a Sunshine Swing to remember, and Bianca Andreescu earned your votes as the March Breakthrough of the Month.
Miami semifinalist Anett Kontaveit's new career high of World No.14 makes the 23-year-old the best-ranked Estonian in history, beating Kaia Kanepi's previous national record by one spot (Jimmie48/WTA)
April 1, 2019
All the biggest movers in the WTA Rankings on April 1, 2019.
Ashleigh Barty - Miami 2019 - Getty
April 1, 2019
Miami Open champion Ashleigh Barty continues to hit milestones in 2019, semifinalist Anett Kontaveit has become the highest-ranked Estonian player ever and quarterfinalists Wang Qiang and Marketa Vondrousova vault to new career peaks.
Bianca Andreescu - Miami 2019 - Jimmie48/WTA
March 27, 2019
Indian Wells champion Bianca Andreescu has pulled out of next week's Volvo Car Open with a shoulder injury, while Elina Svitolina announced that she will be taking time off to rest her knee.
Next, Andreescu avenged one of just three previous losses in 2019, defeating No.32 seed Sofia Kenin - who had beaten her in the Acapulco semifinals a month ago - 6-3, 6-3 (Getty)
March 26, 2019
March 2019 saw Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu shock the BNP Paribas Open field to capture her first ever title as a wildcard ranked World No.60 - and then back it up with a run to the Miami Open fourth round. Look back on the 18-year-old's magnificent month here.
Bianca Andreescu, Miami Open, Miami
March 25, 2019
Bianca Andreescu looked back on her breakthrough Sunshine Swing, reflected on how she'll recover from a physical four weeks at the BNP Paribas Open and Miami Open, and how what she plans to buy with some of her prize money.
Anett Kontaveit, Miami Open, Miami
March 25, 2019
Anett Kontaveit snapped Bianca Andreescu's 10-match winning streak after the Canadian was forced to retire due to injury in the fourth round of the Miami Open at the Hard Rock Stadium.
Hsieh Su-wei beat the double Grand Slam champion 4-6, 7-6, 6-3 (Jimmie48/WTA)
March 24, 2019
The best of the action from Saturday's play at the Miami Open.
Bianca Andreescu, Miami 2019 (©Jimmie48/WTA)
March 24, 2019
For the second time in the span of a week, Bianca Andreescu recorded a three-set victory against Angelique Kerber and reached the fourth round of the Miami Open.