Timea Babos (© Taiwan Open)
February 4, 2018
La cabeza de serie No. 4, Timea Babos, capturó su tercera final de individuales WTA en el Abierto de Taiwán, con una victoria en dos sets sobre Kateryna Kozlova, quien estaba disputando la primera final de su carrera.
Timea Babos (© Taiwan Open)
February 4, 2018
No.4 seed Timea Babos captured her third WTA singles championship at the Taiwan Open, with a straight-set victory over Kateryna Kozlova, who was contesting her first career final.
Timea Babos (© Taiwan Open)
February 3, 2018
No.4 seed Timea Babos and unseeded Kateryna Kozlova will face off in the Taiwan Open final, to try to claim their first singles title of 2018.
Timea Babos (© Taiwan Open)
February 2, 2018
Australian Open women's doubles champion Timea Babos is the top seed remaining at the Taiwan Open.
Eugenie Bouchard (Getty Images)
February 1, 2018
Eugenie Bouchard moved into the quarterfinals in Taipei City with a straight-set win over Ana Bogdan. Also, No.7 seed Magda Linette took out Johanna Larsson in a three-hour-plus barnburner.
Eugenie Bouchard in Rogers Cup action in 2016 (Getty)
January 31, 2018
Wildcard Eugenie Bouchard is in action on Thursday at the Taiwan Open.
Nao Hibino (Getty)
January 30, 2018
WTA World No.93 Nao Hibino upset No.3 seed Samantha Stosur, winning through in straight sets.
Yulia Putintseva, Taipei City
January 29, 2018
La cabeza de serie No.5, Yulia Putintseva, comenzó su participación en el Abierto de Taiwán con una victoria en dos sets sobre la jugadora japonesa de la previa Junri Namigata.
Yulia Putintseva, Taipei City
January 29, 2018
No.5 seed Yulia Putintseva kicked off play at the Taiwan Open with a straight-set victory over Japanese qualifier Junri Namigata.
Ons Jabeur
January 31, 2017
WTA players have been taking time out of their packed schedules in Taipei this week to meet some of the local young people, visiting a hospital and running training sessions.
January 19, 2017
No.1 seed Elina Svitolina made her way to the Taiwan Open quarterfinals after edging past Czech qualifier Lucie Hradecka in a tight straight sets.
Misaki Doi
January 19, 2017
No.6 seed Misaki Doi survived a rollercoaster encounter against her countrywoman Nao Hibino to record the first win of the tournament at the Taiwan Open.