Timea Bacsinszky - Limoges 2018 - Engie Open de Limoges
November 6, 2018
Timea Bacsinszky's return to form continued with a dominant straight-sets win over Alizé Cornet in the first round of the Engie Open de Limoges, while defending champion Monica Niculescu got off to a good start against Viktoriya Tomova.
Tereza Smitkova
The Czech Republic's Tereza Smitkova, who burst into prominence at Wimbledon this year, captured the biggest title of her career at the Open GDF SUEZ de Limoges.
Karolina Pliskova
A first-time WTA titlist was crowned in Tianjin, there was a repeat winner in Osaka, and one of the WTA's recent success stories captured Linz.
Zarina Diyas, Samantha Stosur
Sam Stosur edged Zarina Diyas to win the Japan Women's Open Tennis title. She's never conquered any other city more than once - she's now done it three times in Osaka.
Shuko Aoyama, Renata Voracova
Shuko Aoyama and Renata Voracova recovered from a disastrous start to upset former doubles No.1s Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond in the second round of Wimbledon.
Klara Zakopalova
There wasn't much separating Klara Zakopalova and Flavia Pennetta - a close head-to-head, great showings at Wimbledon, born a day apart, even - but this time, Zakopalova got the victory.
Karolina Pliskova
From early round upsets to an all-Spanish team coming out on top, the best action in Katowice wasn't restricted to the singles court - see some of the best doubles pics right here.
Sara Errani
Sara Errani did not drop a set all week en route to her fourth title of the season at the XXV Italiacom Open.
Sara Errani
Sara Errani won the XXV Italiacom Open. She is the first Italian to win four WTA titles in a year.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova edged Laura Robson in the semifinals of the XXV Italiacom Open.