21-year-old Scottish No.1 Maia Lumsden also received a wildcard into Nottingham, winning a round over Tara Moore before also falling to Caroline Garcia (Getty)
June 14, 2019
Twenty-six players have made their WTA main draw debut this season so far. Find out more about them here.
Aliona Bolsova - Charleston 2019 - Jimmie48/WTA
May 24, 2019
Former junior and college standout Aliona Bolsova, two-time WTA quarterfinalist Elena Rybakina and 31-year-old Giulia Gatto-Monticone are among the eight players who will compete in a Grand Slam main draw for the first time at Roland Garros 2019.
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.
Victoria Azarenka fought off jetlag to make the Stuttgart quarterfinals and re-enter the Top 50 (Getty)
May 1, 2019
Stuttgart quarterfinalist Victoria Azarenka and Istanbul finalist Marketa Vondrousova are among the players making moves in this week's WTA Rankings.
Marketa Vondrousova - Istanbul 2019 - Istanbul Cup
April 29, 2019
Istanbul runner-up Marketa Vondrousova has broken the Top 40 for the first time, an emotional journey across the world into the Stuttgart quarterfinals sees Victoria Azarenka return to the Top 50 and champions Petra Kvitova and Petra Martic also get boosts in the latest edition of the WTA Rankings.
Wang Xiyu - US Open 2018 - Getty
January 8, 2019
US Open junior champion Wang Xiyu and Wimbledon junior champion Iga Swiatek both made winning starts to their first senior Grand Slam qualifying campaigns in Australian Open qualifying - but 2018 headliners Lauren Davis, Jana Fett and Denisa Allertova fell at the first hurdle.