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WTA Future Stars Junior Race To Singapore: Singapore U14 Qualifiers

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WTA Future Stars Junior Race To Singapore: Korea Qualifiers

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Aryna Sabalenka powered through Anett Kontaveit in straight sets to lift the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open trophy.

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Before making your fantasy picks for Beijing, check out the expert picks from Tamarine Tanasugarn, former World No.19 who became Thailand’s first Grand Slam quarterfinalist at Wimbledon in 2008, and won four WTA singles titles and eight doubles titles, as well as two silver medals at the Asian Games.

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World No.1 Simona Halep was forced to retire from her first round match at the China Open after the first set against Ons Jabeur due to a continuing back injury.

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Defending champion Caroline Garcia outlasted wildcard Wang Yafan in over three hours to reach the second round of the China Open.

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Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber dropped just four games in defeating France's Kristina Mladenovic to reach the second round of the China Open.

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On the eve of the China Open, WTA Insider breaks down the numbers for the 18 women who can still qualify for the WTA Finals.

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The WTA announced today that the doubles teams of Andrea Sestini Hlavackova/Barbora Strycova and Elise Mertens/Demi Schuurs have qualified for the 2018 WTA Finals.

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Singapore will be hosting the WTA Future Stars event for the last time, here is what you can expect from the final edition.

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