After winning her opening match at the BNP Paribas Open on Saturday, Maria Sharapova got a nice surprise in the press room - some props from a fellow WTA legend.
Why did Maria Sharapova really start playing tennis? What one shot in her career does Petra Kvitova remember the most? Here they are in their own words...
Agnieszka Radwanska and Caroline Wozniacki both advanced to the fourth round at the BNP Paribas Open. One of them didn't even drop a game - which one was it?
Simona Halep battled back from a break down twice in the third set to edge Lucie Safarova. Next up for the Romanian is Eugenie Bouchard, who upset Sara Errani.
Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina's BNP Paribas Open title defense continued Sunday. No.1 seeds Hsieh Su-Wei and Peng Shuai also moved on.
Belarus, India, Argentina, Germany - it doesn't matter where you're from, International Women's Day is a big thing. And the WTA stars took to Twitter to celebrate...
Former World No.1 and WTA Championships Ambassador Chris Evert drew quite the crowd at Indian Wells on Saturday. Alexandra Willis joined the queue.
The Rogers Cup, a Premier-level event that attracts a Grand Slam-quality field year after year, is running a special promotion for this year's tournament in honor of Eugenie Bouchard's birthday.
We at wtatennis.com asked you to vote for your favorite Shot Of The Month, and you picked Angelique Kerber's massive backhand winner after a marathon rally against Jelena Jankovic. Watch it here!
Diana Ospina and Ashley Weinhold have participated in various charitable functions in their roles as Athletes For Hope members.
Caroline Wozniacki seeks to continue her good form at the BNP Paribas Open. Fellow former Indian Wells winner Jelena Jankovic also is in action.