Petra Kvitova US Open 2018 Getty
August 30, 2018
Petra Kvitova survived a first-set lapse to claim a 7-5, 6-3 victory over Wang Yafan.
July 27, 2018
La serie editorial el Club de las 100 Club rinde homenaje a las nuevas jugadoras que hicieron su debut en el Top 100 en 2018. En una entrevista exclusiva con wtatennis.com, la china Wang Yafan habla de su resultado en Miami y cómo lo mantiene todo en perspectiva.
Peng Shuai (Getty Images)
May 2, 2018
Peng Shuai moved into the last eight in Anning with a 5-7, 6-4, 63 victory over WTA World No.794 Yang Zhaoxuan.
Wang Yafan
May 1, 2018
No.2 seed Wang Yafan was given a huge scare by Danielle Lao but had the resources to win a match that lasted nearly three hours.
Taylor Townsend
April 23, 2018
Taylor Townsend is closing in on her best ever ranking while Wang Yafan has reached hers, despite losing in the final of Zhengzhou.
Peng Shuai won the Jiangxi Open in Nanchang (Jiangxi Open)
July 29, 2017
No.2 seed Peng Shuai and unseeded Japanese Nao Hibino will each play for their second career title in the final of the Jiangxi Open.
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The Tianjin Open is underway, but what have Agnieszka Radwanska, Monica Puig and Shuai Zhang been up to away from the tennis courts?
Petra Kvitova
Petra Kvitova won 10 of the last 12 games under the roof to wrap up victory against Chinese qualifier Wang Yafan in Beijing on Tuesday. Standing between her and a place in the quarterfinals will be reigning champion Garbiñe Muguruza.
Petra Kvitova
Wuhan champion Petra Kvitova opens her China Open account on Day 4, along with Simona Halep. Chris Oddo previews Tuesday's key matchups in Beijing right here at wtatennis.com.
Alexandra Dulgheru, Caroline Wozniacki
When Alexandra Dulgheru got tough, Caroline Wozniacki got going - and at the end of the day the former World No.1 captured her first WTA title of the season.
Luksika Kumkhum
No.2 seed Luksika Kumkhum beat Chan Hao-Ching in her OEC Taipei WTA Challenger opener. No.3 sed Zheng Saisai and No.4 seed Alla Kudryavtseva also advanced.
Sharon Fichman
Sharon Fichman and Wang Yafan each needed three sets on Monday to reach the second round of the Yinzhou Bank International Women's Tennis Open.