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Despite falling early in New Haven, it seems inevitable that WTA Rising Star Simona Halep is going to win a Grand Slam soon - can she break through at the US Open?
Petra Kvitova dropped just three games in the second round of New Haven. Meanwhile, Magdalena Rybarikova stunned World No.2 Simona Halep.
Lucie Safarova has set a new career-high after a sizzling summer - how high is she now? Also watch video of the hard work she's been putting in on the practice court...
Simona Halep, Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Kvitova and Eugenie Bouchard - they're the Top 4 seeds in New Haven, but they have something else in common. What is it?
Alison Riske's defeat of World No.12 Flavia Pennetta at the Connecticut Open was the second-best win of her career and put her into her second quarterfinal of 2014.
Former WTA star Marion Bartoli is engaging in various physical activities for charity as part of Virgin's Strive Challenge 2014.
Itaú, the largest privately owned bank in Latin America, has signed on as presenting sponsor in Miami from 2015 to 2019. The tournament will now be called the Miami Open presented by Itaú.
The Aces For Humanity Change Makers have been serving up aces to help those who are suffering or in need around the world. Samantha Stosur's closing in on 100...
All week on wtatennis.com we'll be looking at some of the biggest contenders for the US Open, which kicks off in less than a week. First up: Maria Sharapova.
Serena Williams and Roger Federer will both be chasing their 18th Grand Slam title at the US Open. But there's another big parallel between the two legends...
Four-time Connecticut Open champion Caroline Wozniacki continued her impressive summer with a three set victory in first round play on Monday.
Victoria Azarenka, Caroline Wozniacki and more take on the "ALS Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise money and awareness for ALS research.
Eugenie Bouchard ended a three-match skid with a first round win over Bojana Jovanovski. Next up for the WTA Rising Star is former US Open champion Samantha Stosur.
Eugenie Bouchard ended a three match skid with a first round win over Bojana Jovanovski. Next up for the WTA Rising Star is former US Open champion Samantha Stosur.
Take a look back at the Western & Southern Open final between Serena Williams and Ana Ivanovic but this time from a statistical perspective, all courtesy of Craig O'Shannessy and SAP.
German star Sabine Lisicki has the fastest serve of this year and of all time from data collected by IDS.
CSHJeff picked seven of the eight quarterfinalists, three of the four semifinalists and the champion correctly at the Western & Southern Open.
Serena Williams beat Ana Ivanovic to win her first Western & Southern Open title and take a step closer to the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.
WTA Rising Star Eugenie Bouchard talked about her goals for the Connecticut Open while Flavia Pennetta was among the winners on Day 1 of the Premier-level event.
Simona Halep, Caroline Wozniacki and Petra Kvitova helped Connecticut Open Tournament Director Anne Worcester take the Ice Bucket Challenge. What happens next?