Jelena Ostapenko - Luxembourg 2019 - Fernand Konnen/BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open
October 18, 2019
A resurgent Jelena Ostapenko takes on Antonia Lottner as quarterfinal action at the BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open gets under way, while defending champion Julia Goerges resumes a long rivalry against 2017 runner-up Monica Puig and eighth seed Anna Blinkova faces Margarita Gasparyan in an all-Russian derby. Scroll down for full order of play.
Denisa Allertova scored her first WTA main draw win since Nottingham 2018 in dramatic style in round one of Luxembourg, saving one match point on an overrule in the deciding tiebreak before overcoming Mandy Minella 6-7(7), 7-6(5), 7-6(6) (Luxembourg Open)
October 15, 2019
Forty-five players in 58 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.
Having had no home champions since 1998, Japan got two in as many weeks in September 2019, with Naomi Osaka picking up her first home title in Osaka, the city of her birth, without dropping a set (Getty)
September 22, 2019
Naomi Osaka became the first Japanese winner of the Toray Pan Pacific Open in 24 years - one week after Nao Hibino picked up her second title at the 2019 Hana-Cupid Japan Women's Open. Take a look back at the last 25 players to win WTA titles on home soil.
Sofia Kenin (Guangzhou 2019 - Elizabeth Bai)
September 20, 2019
Sofia Kenin will go for her third WTA singles title of the year when she faces former World No.4 Samantha Stosur in the final of the Guangzhou International Women's Open.
Elina Svitolina - Guangzhou 2019 - Elizabeth Bai
September 17, 2019
Top seed Elina Svitolina bounced back from a slow start to defeat Dalila Jakupovic in straight sets in the first round of the Guangzhou International Women's Open, while wildcard Peng Shuai dethroned defending champion Wang Qiang and Katarina Zavatska won the longest WTA main draw match of the year so far with an epic upset of Fiona Ferro.
Laura Siegemund - Hiroshima 2019 - Japan Women's Open
September 10, 2019
Eighth seed Laura Siegemund faces Bucharest finalist Patricia Maria Tig for the second time this year at the Hana-Cupid Japan Women's Open, while Hsieh Su-Wei continues her title defense against Priscilla Hon as second-round action gets under way. Scroll down for full order of play.
Paula Badosa 2019 Karlsruhe (Tournament)
August 1, 2019
Paula Badosa eased to a straight-sets victory over No.4 seed Laura Siegemund as upsets dominated the last-16 card.
Patricia Maria Tig, Bucharest 2019 (BRD Bucharest Open)
July 20, 2019
Unranked Patricia Maria Tig, playing her first WTA event in nearly two years, advanced to her second career WTA final with a win over No.6 seed Laura Siegemund in Bucharest.
Laura Siegemund, Bucharest 2019 (BRD Bucharest Open)
July 19, 2019
Germany's Laura Siegemund downed former champion Irina-Camelia Begu in straight sets to reach the semifinals of the BRD Bucharest Open.
Irina-Camelia Begu - Roland Garros 2019 - Getty
July 17, 2019
2017 champion Irina-Camelia Begu takes on rising teenager Kaja Juvan at the BRD Bucharest Open, while Viktoria Kuzmova and Laura Siegemund are also in action.
Laura Siegemund - Stuttgart 2019 - Getty
July 15, 2019
Sixth seed Laura Siegemund fought back from a set and a double break down to overcome Anhelina Kalinina in a first-round marathon at the BRD Bucharest Open.
Tamara Zidansek - Roland Garros 2019 - Getty
July 15, 2019
Tamara Zidansek and Kaja Juvan meet in a clash of rising young Slovenians as first-round action at the BRD Bucharest Open gets under way, while Viktoria Kuzmova and Aliona Bolsova are also in action. Scroll down for full order of play.