January 19, 2017
The player party, early upsets and the tournament's second French champion highlighted the Internationaux de Strasbourg.
Catch-up on all the action from the last big clay court event before the French Open with the return of the WTA Diary.
From tennis on an aircraft carrier to Kids Day and Easter Egg hunts, it's already been baskets of fun at the Family Circle Cup. See a dozen of the best pics right here.
A world class field descended on Seoul for the $500,000 Kia Korea Open - check out 10 of the best action shots from the week so far right here, right now!
From the player party to Peng Shuai's big welcome back to Asia and a very special visit for Daniela Hantuchova, the memories just keep coming in Hong Kong...
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.
A slew of underdogs rose up against the seeded players at the Collector Swedish Open this week - and with one match left there are just two WTA stars left standing...
Chanelle Scheepers defeated Jana Cepelova in Bastad to reach her first WTA final in nearly three years.
Top seed Serena Williams wasted little time booking her place in the third round of Wimbledon, brushing aside Chanelle Scheepers in just 49 minutes.
Jelena Jankovic defeated Lara Arruabarrena in the quarterfinals of the Claro Open Colsanitas in a battle between the last two champions at the clay court event.
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