July 31, 1989 - Tom Hanks was on the case with a slobbery new partner, Prince was partying in Gotham City and one of the all-time greats was coming into the world.
WTA Rising Star Simona Halep will pass Li Na in two weeks on Monday, August 11, to become the new World No.2. Who are some other famous names to get to No.2?
Li Na, No.2 on the WTA Rankings and No.3 on the Road To Singapore leaderboard, will unfortunately miss all of her scheduled stops this summer - including the US Open.
Svetlana Kuznetsova joined two other Russians in the Washington DC quarterfinals by holding off Kirsten Flipkens on Thursday.
Angelique Kerber didn't win a game in the second set, but managed to beat CoCo Vandeweghe to reach the quarterfinals of the Bank of the West Classic.
Now fully recovered from the foot injury that ruined the start of 2014, Victoria Azarenka is relishing being back on court and competing again.
Former World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki announced Thursday morning she will be running the 2014 New York City Marathon.
Asia continues to have a huge influence on the WTA, and vice-versa. What are the latest examples of that trend?
Rafael Nadal withdrew Wednesday from U.S. Open tuneups in Toronto and Cincinnati because of a right wrist injury, putting in doubt his status for a title defense at the year's last Grand Slam tournament.
Sabine Lisicki broke Venus Williams' record for fastest recorded serve, but the American is focused on playing smarter -- not bigger, writes Jim Caple.
The WTA says Sabine Lisicki has hit the fastest serve in the history of the women's tennis tour, reaching 131 mph (211 kph).
Tommy Haas has officially withdrawn from the U.S. Open because of surgery on his right shoulder, opening up a spot on the main draw for Marcos Baghdatis.
For now, the questions surrounding Serena Williams' mysterious illness will be put on hold, but another concern looms for the world No. 1: confidence.
Serena Williams said Monday that she feels fine and is ready to play again after a disturbing performance that scared even her during a doubles match at Wimbledon four weeks ago.
Top-seeded Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic lost to France's Kristina Mladenovic in the first round of the Citi Open on Tuesday.