Donna Vekic also captured her second win from match point down in 2019 in the first round of Toronto, facing triple match point as Madison Keys served for the win at 5-4 in the second set but coming back to triumph 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(5) (Jimmie48/WTA)
August 6, 2019
Thirty-two players in 37 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.
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.
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.
Kiki Bertens, Palermo 2019 (Ladies Open Palermo)
July 27, 2019
Top seed Kiki Bertens withstood a second-set challenge from Paula Badosa before reaching her fourth final of the season at the Ladies' Open Palermo.
Liudmila Samsonova (Palermo Ladies Open)
July 27, 2019
Kiki Bertens, Paula Badosa, Liudmila Samsonova and Jil Teichmann fight it out on Saturday to reach the Palermo Ladies Open final.
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.
Cori Gauff - Wimbledon 2018 - Getty
June 25, 2019
15-year-old wildcard Cori Gauff scored her maiden Top 100 victory with an upset of top seed Aliona Bolsova as Wimbledon 2019 qualifying kicked off, while Kaja Juvan, Liang En-Shuo and Catherine McNally also notched up wins for a surging teenage troupe.