Tag Archives: WTA

2017 WTA Connecticut Open Preview

Connecticut Open

The 2017 Connecticut Open is the final WTA Tour stop before the U.S. Open. The women’s U.S. Open will be very open, as in wide open.

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2017 WTA Western & Southern Open Preview

Southern

The 2017 Western and Southern Open in Mason, Ohio, just outside of Cincinnati, knew that Serena Williams would not compete in this year’s event.

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2017 WTA Rogers Cup Preview

Connecticut Open

The 2017 edition of the Rogers Cup is filled with interesting storylines, since Serena Williams will be absent for this tournament.

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2017 WTA Citi Open Preview

Citi Open

The 2017 version of the Citi Open holds some very intriguing storylines.  The WTA event is not as large as the ATP event in what is a shared-tour stop.

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2017 WTA Bank of the West Classic Preview

West Classic

The 2017 Bank of the West Classic has a loaded field. This is the much bigger women’s tennis event next week, compared to the tournament in Washington, D.C.

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2017 WTA Ericsson Open Preview

ericsson open

The 2017 tennis season owns well-defined periods of play but there is the jumbled two-week period after Wimbledon where hardcourt and clay events compete.

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2017 WTA JiangXi Women’s Tennis Open Preview

JiangXi

The 2017 JiangXi Women’s Tennis Open will feature a lot of Chinese players. Which one will break through, and will players who come to the tournament outside of Asia be able to stand in the way of a Chinese player before the final?

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2017 WTA Bucharest Open Preview

Bucharest Open

The 2017 BRD Bucharest Open is one of a handful of unique events on tour every tennis season. It is a clay event played outside the clay season’s natural footprint.

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2017 WTA Swiss Open Preview

swiss open

The 2017 Swiss Open – also known as the Ladies’ Championship Gstaad – is about to commence. Let's take a closer look at the tournament.

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WTA Wimbledon: What We Learned In The First Week

wimbledon

The Wimbledon women’s singles tournament is halfway over, as The Championships take a break on the traditional Middle Sunday. What are the four biggest takeaways to keep in mind after one week of play, heading into the second week on Monday, July 10? Anyone Can Win There are 16 women left in a field which started at 128. Yes, some …

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