August 23, 2018
Puerto Rico’s golden girl Monica Puig had a dream week at the Central American and Caribbean Games - and it’s elevated her into the Connecticut Open quarterfinals.
Your favorite WTA stars have begun touching down in Rio de Janeiro ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games; what do they think of the city?
WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen | Dropping in on the Middle East Swing, Episode 18 analyzes some of the surprising results and an even more surprising generation of successful Italians.
Seven days after Belinda Bencic's ascension to the elite, Roberta Vinci hopped aboard the Top 10 bus too. Fellow Italian Sara Errani was also upwardly mobile following her Dubai breakthrough.
Find out who made the biggest ranking jumps and where your favorite players are headed this week after a pair of Italians dominated in Rio and Dubai.
Former French Open champion Francesca Schiavone came alive on the clay courts of Rio, recovering from a set down to defeat Shelby Rogers for her seventh career title.
Francesca Schiavone and Shelby Rogers emerge from a quartet of resurgent forces in the semis to face off in the Rio Open Final, plus a wrap of the doubles final.
Sorana Cirstea and Francesca Schiavone survived a rainy quarterfinals afternoon to book their spots in the semifinals at the Rio Open.
Some of the biggest stars in women's tennis - past, present and future - headed to Brazil for the Rio Open this week.
Brazilian qualifier Paula Gonçalves kept hope alive for a home champion at the Rio Open, stunning No.2 seed Johanna Larsson in straight sets.
Former World No.21 Sorana Cirstea hit another milestone in her comeback from a shoulder injury, reaching her first WTA quarterfinal since 2014 at the Rio Open.
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