2017 midseason review: Rafael Nadal

2017 midseason review: Rafael Nadal

By Tevon King
The 15-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal has improved his tennis significantly in 2017 after suffering a torrid past couple of years. The Spaniard is currently in pole position to claim the world number one ranking from Andy Murray....
2017 midseason review: Venus Williams

2017 midseason review: Venus Williams

By Tevon King
Seven-time Grand Slam singles champion Venus Williams is currently the top American in the WTA rankings at nine, after her younger sister Serena is currently pregnant. Williams has reached two Grand Slam finals in 2017 but she will be hoping to get her hands on one for the first time since Wimbledon 2008....
2017 midseason review: Kristina Mladenovic

2017 midseason review: Kristina Mladenovic

By Pavitra Ganesan
2017 thus far has been a season of many firsts for Kristina Mladenovic. The Frenchwoman found a spark following a disappointing Australian Open to go on to win her maiden WTA title. She continued her fine form and her consistency helped her break into the top 20 for the first time in her career....

2017 midseason review: Garbiñe Muguruza

Since winning her first Grand Slam singles title at the French Open last year. Garbiñe Muguruza struggled to adapt to the pressures of becoming a Grand Slam champion. The Spaniard did not reach a single final, only 13 months later she achieved that. The former world number two advanced to her first final since winning the French Open in Paris, defeating Serena Williams. Muguruza created more tennis history as she became the first player to defeat both Williams sisters in a Grand Slam final as she defeated five-time champion Venus Williams to clinch a second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. Muguruza joins Victoria Azarenka, Angelique Kerber, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Petra Kvitova amongst the active players on the WTA tour who have managed to win two Grand Slam singles title. Only Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova have claimed more. It will be interesting to see if Muguruza can kick on...
2017 midseason review: Angelique Kerber

2017 midseason review: Angelique Kerber ByTevon King

Former world number one Angelique Kerber has struggled to replicate the dizzy heights of her 2016 season, where she won two Grand Slam singles titles, and she is currently ranked at three in the world. The German will be hoping for a better North American hard court season....
WTA Washington: Sloane Stephens, Simona Halep handed wildcards

WTA Washington: Sloane Stephens, Simona Halep handed wildcards ByOliver Dickson Jefford

Stephens, a former Citi Open winner, will be looking to continue her comeback from injury, whilst Halep will be looking to keep up her recent good form as she makes her tournament debut....
ATP Washington: Grigor Dimitrov, Milos Raonic receive wildcards

ATP Washington: Grigor Dimitrov, Milos Raonic receive wildcards ByOliver Dickson Jefford

Raonic and Dimitrov, both top-ten players, will be looking to get their hard court summers off to a good start in the US Capitol....
Who will finish 2017 as the year-end number one?

Who will finish 2017 as the year-end number one? ByPete Borkowski

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are quickly turning the competition for the 2017 top spot into a two-horse race. Can anyone stop the legends from adding to their legacies?...
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Can Victoria Azarenka become a Grand Slam contender once again?

Can Victoria Azarenka become a Grand Slam contender once again? ByOliver Dickson Jefford

A former world number one, Victoria Azarenka is twice an Australian Open winner. Four and a half years after her second triumph in Melbourne, can the Belorussian move on from injury issues and motherhood to challenge for the biggest titles in tennis once again?...
2017 midseason review: Zhang Shuai

2017 midseason review: Zhang Shuai

By Don Han
Zhang Shuai had a disappointing seven months in 2017 thus far, but she would be looking to bounce back from all her losses in the latter part of the year, aiming to produce some good results on the hard courts in the US and Asia....
2017 midseason review: Jelena Ostapenko

2017 midseason review: Jelena Ostapenko

By Oliver Dickson Jefford
Ostapenko stunned the tennis world earlier this year following her incredible French Open triumph, and has also built up a very solid season aside from her success in Paris....
2017 midseason review: Andy Murray

2017 midseason review: Andy Murray

By Oliver Dickson Jefford
Murray, the world number one, has had a mixed season to date, with an ATP title and a Grand Slam semifinal mixed in with early exits and injury issues....
Roger Federer's road back to number one

Roger Federer's road back to number one ByPete Borkowski

For the first time in years, Roger Federer has a real opportunity to reclaim the world number one ranking, which he last held in 2012. And he could do it very soon....
2017 midseason review: Svetlana Kuznetsova

2017 midseason review: Svetlana Kuznetsova ByDon Han

Svetlana Kuznetsova continues to look for her first title of the year, but she still managed to produce some consistent performances to keep her Top 10 ranking safe after the first six months of 2017....
2017 midseason review: Caroline Wozniacki

2017 midseason review: Caroline Wozniacki

A former world number one, Wozniacki has continued her late-2016 momentum throughout the season, reaching the top ten, though is still hunting for a first title of the season after...
US Open prize money to exceed $50.4 million

US Open prize money to exceed $50.4 million

The richest purse in tennis history will be at the 2017 US Open Championships in September. The men's and women's singles champions will gain a tasty $3.7 million for their...
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