Alison Van Uytvanck - St Petersburg 2019 - Getty
February 17, 2019
Alison Van Uytvanck faces a tough road to defend her Hungarian Ladies Open title with Vera Zvonareva and Olga Danilovic looming, while former World No.20 Ana Konjuh makes her return from injury in a draw abounding with young talent. Scroll down for full draw.
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.
November 25, 2018
From Naomi Osaka to Dayana Yastremska, relive the eight debut title winners of the year.
Olga Danilovic, Moscow River Cup
November 14, 2018
We're counting down the Top 5 WTA matches of 2018: at No.3 is Olga Danilovic's epic win over fellow 17-year-old Anastasia Potapova at the Moscow River Cup, making her the first player born in the 2000s to win a WTA title.
Dalila Jakupovic (+170, 239 to 69): At the age of 27, the Slovenian's career blossomed with a maiden semifinal in Bogota, a Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros and quarterfinals in Nottingham, Birmingham and Tashkent (Getty)
November 6, 2018
Check out the 15 players in the 2018 year-end Top 100 who improved their position by the greatest amount since their 2017 year-end placement - plus two honorable mentions.
Anett Kontaveit, Aryna Sabalenka - Wuhan 2018 - Getty
October 1, 2018
Wuhan champion Aryna Sabalenka and runner-up Anett Kontaveit have both scaled new ranking heights, while 17-year-olds Anastasia Potapova and Olga Danilovic have gatecrashed the Top 100 - and further down, there are big leaps for Margarita Gasparyan and Wang Xiyu.
Irina-Camelia Begu (Getty Images)
September 23, 2018
Top seed and 2012 champion Irina-Camelia Begu stares down a field rich with tournament veterans and ascendant teenagers at the 2018 Tashkent Open.
Olga Danilovic, US Open
August 23, 2018
Moscow River Cup finalists Olga Danilovic and Anastasia Potapova each kept their hopes of maiden US Open main draw appearances and Top 100 debuts alive on Wednesday, winning their opening qualifying clashes in straight sets.
Olga Danilovic, Moscow River Cup
July 30, 2018
Olga Danilovic, de 17 años, bajó de las nubles para hablar sobre ganar su primer título de la WTA en la Moscow River Cup, cómo casi se perdió su debut en el cuadro principal, y estando a la vanguardia de la siguiente generación del juego.
Olga Danilovic, Moscow River Cup
July 30, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic came down from Cloud 9 to discuss winning her maiden WTA title at the Moscow River Cup, how she nearly missed out on making her main draw debut, and being at the forefront of the game's next generation.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 29, 2018
Olga Danilovic, de 17 años, se adjudicó el título de la Moscow River Cup por su primer título de WTA, después de una victoria en tres sets sobre su compatriota Anastasia Potapova, de 17 años, que le permitió convertirse en la primera lucky loser en levantar un trofeo de la WTA.
Olga Danilovic (© Moscow River Cup)
July 29, 2018
17-year-old Olga Danilovic clinched the Moscow River Cup title for her first WTA singles championship, after a three-set win over fellow 17-year-old Anastasia Potapova let her become the first-ever lucky loser to hoist a WTA singles trophy.