Keys unlocks breakthrough Dubai quarter-final spot
Madison Keys broke personal ground on Wednesday, reaching the WTA Dubai quarter-finals for the first time with a 6-2, 6-1 defeat of Victoria Azarenka. The
Raducanu to test-drive another coach
Emma Raducanu will start 2023 with another coach in her box, with British media reporting that the former US Open winner will now be guided
Pliskova takes a do-over; rehires former coach
Karolina Pliskova may be making up for the error of her ways by hiring back the coach she split with less than six months ago.
Iga insistent: Ukraine-Russia relations now a player sore point
Poland’s Iga Swiatek – like her countrymen – has long been a public supporter of Ukraine during the current Russian invasion. And the WTA No.
Azarenka of Belarus belted out of USO exhibition
Victoria Azarenka will no longer compete in Wednesday’s fundraising exhibition for Ukraine after anger from Ukrainian players finally reached the attention of US Open organisers.
Raducanu ready for another bite of the Big Apple
Emma Raducanu’s hunger for a second US Open title is matched by her yearning for breakfast once she arrived in the city. “I’ve really been craving
Raducanu queen of the Grand Slam champion jungle
Emma Raducanu knocked off Victoria Azarenka 6-0, 6-2 on Wednesday to add the two-time Cincinnati Masters winner to her victim’s list this week at the
Roland Garros Women’s Day 6
US Open finalist Leylah Fernandez achieved her best clay result since her junior days with a place in the fourth round at Roland Garros on
Melbourne memories: Tweenies, tantrums and triumphs
A week is a long time in professional sport, but before we forget and move on to California and Indian Wells, this week’s Sunday Serve
Badosa downs Azarenka in three hour Indian Wells epic
23 year old Paula Badosa became the first Spaniard to win the BNP Paribas Masters, title, the final WTA 1000 event of the 2021 season