WTA

Olga Danilovic first player born in 2000s to win a WTA title

The 17 year old Serb is the youngest winner of a WTA title since 2015. She is also the first 'lucky loser' to win a WTA title, after being granted a place in the main draw despite losing the final round of...

Petra Kvitova and Maria Sharapova knocked out in first round

Kvitova has now gone out before the quarter-finals in five of her six Grand Slam appearances since returning to action after the stabbing that left her with severe lacerations to her playing hand in 2016. Sharapova,...

Rafael Nadal wins 11th French Open

Nadal, 32, won 6-4 6-3 6-2 to earn his 17th Grand Slam, three adrift of Roger Federer's all-time men's record. The victory means the past six Grand Slam titles have been won by either Nadal or Federer with the next...

GB ease through against Portugal

Great Britain have made a winning start to their Fed Cup campaign after overcoming Portugal in Tallinn on Wednesday. Heather Watson and Johanna Konta, who is 21.00 to win the French Open, claimed...

Record-breaker Serena Williams keen to keep winning

Serena Williams isn't going to set herself any Grand Slam targets after beating Steffi Graf's haul of Open-era titles. The American surpassed Graf when she defeated older sister Venus in straight...

Temperament pleases record-seeking Serena Williams

Serena Williams felt she had controlled her temper well after easing past ninth seed Johanna Konta to reach the Australian Open semi-finals. The American, 35, is hoping to leave Melbourne this...

Johanna Konta relishing Serena Williams challenge

Johanna Konta admits it will be an 'incredible honour' when she takes on Serena Williams in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. The British number one booked her place in the last eight with...

Johanna Konta keen to keep improving

Johanna Konta says her main focus is to continue improving after booking her place in the second round of the Australian Open. The British number one beat Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens 7-5 6-2 on Tuesday...

Serena Williams not thinking of breaking records, just winning

Serena Williams says she won't be thinking about surpassing Steffi Graf's Grand Slam record when she bids for Australian Open glory in Melbourne. The American, now 36, equalled Graf's Open-era record...

Maria Sharapova excited for return

Maria Sharapova has confirmed she will make her return to action at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart on April 26 following a 15-month suspension for doping. The 29-year-old was initially handed a...

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