August 5, 2019
Romanian Patricia Maria Tig announced her return to tennis in a big way in Bucharest, and a hot shot from the semifinals earned your votes for the crown of July's Shot of the Month presented by Cambridge Global Payments.
Washington champion Jessica Pegula, pictured with her very good girl Maddie, rises to a new career high of No.55 with her first trophy (Mike Lawrence @CitiOpen)
August 5, 2019
Jessica Pegula and Zheng Saisai both lifted their first WTA trophies last week in Washington and San Jose respectively, and are among the players receiving boosts in the latest WTA Rankings.
Zheng Saisai - San Jose 2019 - Getty
August 5, 2019
San Jose champion Zheng Saisai and Washington champion Jessica Pegula both hit career highs after collecting their first WTA titles last week, while Karlsruhe 125K champion Patricia Maria Tig's return from maternity leave continues to impress.
Patricia Maria Tig, Karlsruhe 2019 (Liqui Moly Open Karlsruhe)
August 5, 2019
Unseeded Patricia Maria Tig captured the first WTA 125 trophy of her comeback so far, rallying past No.2 seed Alison van Uytvanck to win the Liqui Moly Open Karlsruhe.
Alison Van Uytvanck - Karlsruhe 2019 - Liqui Moly Open/Marvin Ibo Güngör
August 2, 2019
Second seed Alison Van Uytvanck and Bucharest finalist Patricia Maria Tig both turned in impressively dominant performances to lead the way into the Liqui Moly Open semifinals.
Jasmine Paolini - Karlsruhe 2019 - Liqui Moly Open/Marvin Ibo Güngör
July 31, 2019
Jasmine Paolini reached her second quarterfinal in a row after Tereza Martincova retired trailing in the final set at the Liqui Moly Open, while Patricia Maria Tig came through an all-Romanian derby against Elena-Gabriela Ruse.
Anastasia Potapova (Jimmie48/WTA)
July 26, 2019
No.6 seed Anastasia Potapova is another step closer to her third career WTA singles final after overcoming Patricia Maria Tig in the Baltic Open quarterfinals.
Elena Rybakina - Bucharest 2019 - BRD Bucharest Open
July 22, 2019
First-time titlists Elena Rybakina and Fiona Ferro hit new career highs after capturing the Bucharest and Lausanne trophies respectively, while Elise Mertens returns to the Top 20.
Elena Rybakina - Bucharest 2019 - BRD Bucharest Open
July 21, 2019
20-year-old Elena Rybakina collected her first WTA Tour trophy at the BRD Bucharest Open with a straight-sets defeat of home hope Patricia Maria Tig.
Patricia Maria Tig, 2019 Bucharest (© BRD Bucharest Open)
July 21, 2019
Patricia Maria Tig and Elena Rybakina each go for their first-ever WTA singles title in the BRD Bucharest Open final on Sunday.
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.
Patricia Maria Tig, Bucharest 2019 (BRD Bucharest Open)
July 18, 2019
Qualifier Patricia Maria Tig earned a stunning win over No.1 seed and defending champion Anastasija Sevastova to advance to the quarterfinals of the BRD Bucharest Open.