Caroline Wozniacki, Volvo Car Open (Chris Smith)
April 3, 2019
No.5 seed Caroline Wozniacki scored a straight sets win over Germany's Laura Siegemund in her first match at the Volvo Car Open.
Jessica Pegula (WTA)
April 3, 2019
After years of struggling with injuries, a healthy Jessica Pegula has burst into the WTA’s Top 100 for the first time. In an exclusive interview with wtatennis.com, Pegula revealed the key to coming back stronger in 2019.
Jelena Ostapenko, 2019 Volvo Car Open (Mic Smith Photography)
April 3, 2019
Former Volvo Car Open finalist and No.10 seed Jelena Ostapenko fought back from match point down and a huge final-set deficit to eke out a second-round win over Charleston native Shelby Rogers.
Aryna Sabalenka, 2019 Volvo Car Open (WTA/Jimmie48)
April 3, 2019
No.3 seed Aryna Sabalenka fended off a stern challenge from qualifier Kateryna Kozlova to reach the third round of the Volvo Car Open.
Kiki Bertens, Charleston 2019 (Volvo Car Open)
April 3, 2019
No.2 seed and defending champion Kiki Bertens dropped just three games against Italy's Martina Trevisan to kick off her title defense at the Volvo Car Open.
Madison Keys, 2019 Volvo Car Open (WTA/Jimmie48)
April 3, 2019
Former finalist Madison Keys plays the evening session on a star-studded Wednesday at the Volvo Car Open.
Sloane Stephens, 2019 Volvo Car Open (WTA/Jimmie48)
April 2, 2019
Top seed and 2016 champion Sloane Stephens came back from set point down in the first set to grind through a challenging two-set encounter with Sara Sorribes Tormo at the Volvo Car Open.
Danielle Collins (Jimmie48 Photography/WTA)
April 2, 2019
The top seeds at the Volvo Car Open in Charleston had a lot to say during WTA All-Access Hour - check out the best quotes from Caroline Wozniacki, Danielle Collins, Kiki Bertens and more.
Julia Goerges (Jimmie48 Photography/WTA)
April 2, 2019
Last year’s Charleston finalist Julia Goerges spoke with press at the Volvo Car Open All-Access Hour, and reflected on how a major change of perspective helped turn around her career.
April 2, 2019
Andrea Petkovic explains why she's a different player and person now compared to when she won the Volvo Car Open in 2014.
April 2, 2019
World No.6 Kiki Bertens' phenomenal rise began at the Volvo Car Open 12 months ago. The defending champion is a different player now, but clay will always be her home.
Shelby Rogers (Mic Smith Photography/WTA)
April 1, 2019
Charleston native Shelby Rogers returned to action for the first time after 13 months sidelined with a knee injury, and recorded an emotional victory at the Volvo Car Open.