Sure, Roger and Rafa dominated the headlines this week, but believe it or not, much more went down.
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Marin Cilic has failed to recover from injury and will miss Croatia's Davis Cup tie against Serbia next weekend.
Rafael Nadal lifted his first title in nearly nine months Sunday after defeating Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1 at the Argentina Open.
The comic book world collided with women's tennis at the Abierto Monterrey Afirme as the WTA stars transformed into superheroes - and supervillains. Pics and video here!
Ana Ivanovic and Jovana Jaksic rallied on 3D urban street art, played the drums, met their fans and more at the Abierto Monterrey Afirme. See video and pics right here!
They're from two different tennis generations - one an accomplished veteran, the other a WTA Rising Star. But on Monday they gave us a glimpse into the same will to just never back down.
As impressive as the recent evolution of her game has been, Caroline Wozniacki is savvy enough to realize not to forget what took her to the top in the first place.
How does Agnieszka Radwanska inspire you? Tell us in 100 words or less. We'll publish 10 of the best submissions on wtatennis.com this Friday, which is her birthday!
Monica Puig, Latin America's No.1 player, had the thrill of a lifetime in Monterrey, meeting Puerto Rican Latin pop star Chayanne - and it turns out he's just as big a fan of hers.
Cast your vote now for February's WTA Player of the Month - Andrea Petkovic, Simona Halep or Lucie Safarova?
Cast your vote now for February's WTA Rising Star of the Month - Karolina Pliskova, Garbiñe Muguruza or Anna Schmiedlova?
Qualifier Elizaveta Kulichkova caused the first significant upset of this year's BMW Malaysian Open, knocking out No.7 seed Bojana Jovanovski in straight sets.
Chris Oddo mulls over the possible permutations of the Premier Mandatory double-header, as well as the Road To Singapore story so far for wtafinals.com.
Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza will team up for the upcoming Premier Mandatory tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami.
Team USA’s Davis Cup preparations took a slight backseat as Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Donald Young and the coaching staff crowded around Coach Jim Courier’s mobile device to watch the son of the current United States Tennis Association Head of Men’s Tennis in action at the Honda Classic.
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