A very aggressive Zheng Jie hit 34 winners to take out No.1 seed Caroline Wozniacki at the Brussels Open on Wednesday. Kaia Kanepi also took out one of the favorites - who did she beat?
Two more seeds went down at the Internationaux de Strasbourg, but No.3 seed Alizé Cornet and No.7 seed Chanelle Scheepers set up a quarterfinal showdown.
Almost exactly a year after stunning Serena Williams at Roland Garros, Virginie Razzano pulled off another big upset on another center court on home turf at the Internationaux de Strasbourg.
It may not have been a WTA-level tournament, but a win is a win - and after everything she's been through, Alisa Kleybanova's victory at an ITF Women's Circuit event last week was a big one.
Surgery, finding her range again in Fed Cup and on the ITF Circuit - it was all worth it. Elena Baltacha made a winning return to WTA-level competition at the Brussels Open on Monday.
Every week, wtatennis.com will be serving up a summary of stats in WTA Odds N' Ends.
Rafael Nadal will overtake David Ferrer for No. 4 in the Emirates ATP Rankings on Monday. The result has huge implications for Roland Garros, as Nadal will be seeded fourth, guaranteeing the Spaniard cannot meet World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, No. 2 Andy Murray and No. 3 Roger Federer before the semi-finals.
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