May 4, 2017
Catch up with WTA Charities' community outreach activities last week in Biel/Bienne and Bogota, where dozens of children got the experience of a lifetime.
April 17, 2017
Check out the photos as Belinda Bencic and Martina Hingis kicked off the inaugural Ladies Open Biel Bienne with a clinic at Kids' Day.
A breakdown of the withdrawals, retirements, and medical timeouts happening in the 14th week of the 2017 WTA season.
Looking back at the Top 5 moments from the first quarter of 2017, catch up with the newest faces to make waves on the WTA tour, including a pair of maiden title winners.
With this week's WTA rankings used to determine the French Open entry list, former champion Francesca Schiavone headlines the week's biggest movers and shakers.
Teen qualifier Marketa Vondrousova captured her maiden WTA title at the inaugural Ladies Open Biel Bienne, edging past fellow first-time finalist Anett Kontaveit.
Before winning the inaugural Ladies Open Biel Bienne, Hsieh Su-Wei and Monica Niculescu went head-to-head on an egg hunt. Check out who won!
17-year-old Marketa Vondrousova turned the tables on top seed Barbora Strycova to reach her first WTA final alongside fellow debutante Anett Kontaveit, who survived a thriller.
17-year-old Czech qualifier Marketa Vondrousova put together a commanding performance to stun Kristyna Pliskova and reach the first WTA semifinals of her career at the Ladies Open Biel Bienne.
Top seed Barbora Strycova is into her second semifinal of the season at the Ladies Open Biel Bienne after moving past Julia Goerges, who was forced to retire in the third set.
After reaching the quarterfinals of the Ladies Open Biel Bienne, top seed Barbora Strycova traded in her racquet for a spatula during a special cooking demonstration in Switzerland.
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