Mallory Burdette
WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen | Mallory Burdette may have hung up her racquets last year at 23, but she has bigger goals in sight.
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...
Mallory Burdette
Promising young American Mallory Burdette has had to retire from her professional tennis career because of an ongoing shoulder injury that has kept her out for more than a year now.
Mirjana Lucic-Baroni
From motivated rising stars to inspired veterans, there has been some very big hitting on the courts of Québec City this week - see all of the best action shots from the tournament, right here!
Jamie Hampton
American rising stars Jamie Hampton and Mallory Burdette had a very special afternoon at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, bringing joy to the kids - and having a lot of fun themselves too.
Sorana Cirstea
It was a mixed day for seeds at the Bank Of The West Classic on Monday, with No.5 seed Sorana Cirstea moving on in straight sets but No.8 seed Magdalena Rybarikova falling. Who beat her?
The fans flocked to the outside courts at the All-England Club on a packed day of play - at the same time, all eyes were on Centre Court as Britain's No.1 player was rising up against the elite.
Kristina Mladenovic
From rekindling former magic to finding your feet on clay and adjusting to your opponent on the fly, for some it's just a matter of time. Here are some of the WTA stars in their own words...
Mallory Burdette
Mallory Burdette bided her time before starting her professional career and is reaping the rewards of her extra education on and off the court.
Serena Williams
A French teenager stands in the way of Serena Williams making it 26 wins in a row. Also, Agnieszka Radwanska goes against a rising American.
Agnieszka Radwanska
Agnieszka Radwanska's game shone as brightly as her new blonde locks as she took on Shahar Peer in the first round of Roland Garros on Monday. She might go back to the dark side soon, though.
Monica Puig
It didn't take long for the first big upset at the French Open, as the No.11 seed, Nadia Petrova, was sent packing in a thriller at the hands of Puerto Rican teenager Monica Puig on Sunday.