Simona Halep, Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros 2019 - Getty
May 24, 2019
Sightseeing, scooters and squad selfies were all in order as the cast of the WTA Tour arrived in Paris to prepare for the second major of the year. Elsewhere, a former French Open champion had big news to share.
Madison Keys (Jimmie48 Photography/WTA)
May 21, 2019
WTA players of the past and present took to social media to support Madison Keys and Fearlessly Girl's initiative of the inaugural Kinder Girl World Day, which encourages young women to speak out about online abuse and bullying.
May 21, 2019
Madison Keys will not be silent. In a new blog in partnership with the Women's Sports Foundation, the American explains why we need Kinder Girl World Day and encourages young women to speak out about online abuse and bullying.
Madison Keys (Jimmie48 Photography/WTA)
May 13, 2019
Former Rome finalist Madison Keys kicked off her 2019 campaign with a solid victory over Polona Hercog to move into the second round at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia.
Australia's Ashleigh Barty celebrates beating Madison Keys in straight sets (Getty)
April 15, 2019
France host Romania and Australia host Belarus in this week's Fed Cup semifinals, while the World Group play-offs find the Czech Republic battling Canada and Latvia taking on Germany.
Polona Hercog was the champion at the Samsung Open in Lugano (tournament)
April 15, 2019
For the first time in WTA history, the first 18 titles of the season have been won by 18 different players - with 13 of those finals going to three sets. Look back on the roll of honor here.
Eleanor Adams, Madison Keys, Bob Moran (Volvo Car Open)
April 13, 2019
Charleston champion Madison Keys was honored at the Volvo Car Open with the “Player Who Makes a Difference” award in recognition for her anti-bullying efforts.
Petra Kvitova, 2018 Nature Valley Classic (Getty)
April 12, 2019
Former Birmingham champions Petra Kvitova and Madison Keys will join top-ranked Brit Johanna Konta at the Nature Valley Classic in June, the first Premier-level grass-court event of the 2019 season.
April 8, 2019
Volvo Car Open champion Madison Keys and her coach Juan Todero join the WTA Insider Podcast to reflect on a resurgent week in Charleston.
Victoria Azarenka made the first final of her comeback from maternity leave in Monterrey, rising seven places to World No.60 as a result (Abierto GNP Seguros)
April 8, 2019
All the biggest movers in the WTA Rankings of April 8, 2019.
Madison Keys - Charleston 2019 - Volvo Car Open/Alice Keeney
April 8, 2019
In a week of rebounds on the WTA Rankings, Madison Keys, Petra Martic and Victoria Azarenka are all moving in the right direction again.
Madison Keys, 2019 Volvo Car Open (WTA/Jimmie48)
April 7, 2019
Madison Keys earned her first title in over a year and a half, defeating former champion Caroline Wozniacki for her maiden clay-court crown at the Volvo Car Open.