WTA Insider breaks down the 2018 US Open draw, where three pre-tournament favorites all landed in the top half of the draw.
Before making your fantasy picks for New York, check out the expert picks from Pam Shriver, former WTA Doubles World No.1 and prolific Grand Slam winner, who also rose as high as No.3 in singles and was runner-up to Chris Evert at the US Open in 1978.
Aryna Sabalenka discusses her big week in New Haven, and reveals how learning from a “crazy” match was the key to unlocking her maiden WTA title.
In her exclusive column for wtatennis.com, Martina Navratilova argues that the No.17 seed is a big threat to claim a record-breaking 24th Grand Slam, despite a tricky summer.
Cincinnati champion Kiki Bertens cracks the Top 8 in the Porsche Race to Singapore after winning her biggest career title, while the doubles Race saw another ticket punched on Monday.
Kiki, do you love hardcourts? The 2018 Western & Southern Open champion joins the WTA Insider Podcast to reflect on her astounding summer hardcourt season.
Playing together for the first time in seven years, Lucie Hradecka and Ekaterina Makarova won their first title as a team at the Western & Southern Open with a straight-sets final defeat of Elise Mertens and Demi Schuurs.