In 2009, WTA World No.1 Dinara Safina proved too strong for Caroline Wozniacki, running out a 6-2, 6-4 winner. (Getty)
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.
Dinara Safina
Former No.1 Dinara Safina hung up her racquets back in 2011, but the Russian legend is back on the tennis court and taking on a new coaching role in New York City.
Venus Williams, Serena Williams
With the Olympic tennis event in Rio already underway, here are the five things that Steffi Graf, Serena Williams and more have loved the most about their Olympic experiences.
Elena Dementieva, Dinara Safina
The Beijing Olympics saw tennis' eternal bridesmaids finally take centre stage as Russia completed a clean sweep of the medals.
Dinara Safina, Marat Safin
WTA Insider David Kane | Former No.1 and proud sister Dinara Safina spoke about brother Marat's ITHF induction and the past, present, and future of tennis in Russia.
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With the 2016 Olympics in Rio right around the corner, take a look back at 28 years' worth of the best Olympic tennis moments - from the first gold medalist to one of the youngest champions ever.
Garbiñe Muguruza
WTA Insider | Ahead of the Mutua Madrid Open, Courtney Nguyen is joined by René Denfeld to preview the draw and who has the edge in Spain.
Petra Kvitova
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!
Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Dinara Safina, Caroline Wozniacki
The first Mutua Madrid Open final saw a reigning World No.1 and a future World No.1 go to battle - who won? And which two-time Oscar winner was at the trophy ceremony?
Mutua Madrid Open
The biggest WTA stars, including Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova, were joined by top ATP World Tour stars at the Mutua Madrid Open player party. All the best pics here!
Dinara Safina
Dinara Safina, who experienced almost all of her biggest career moments at the Mutua Madrid Open, will now resume her relationship with the Premier Mandatory-level tournament.
Yvonne Meusburger, Iveta Melzer, Catalina Castaño
Dinara Safina, Elena Baltacha and Li Na were joined by seven other WTA stars who said goodbye in 2014. Well, one will be back for one last hoorah Down Under...