Johanna Konta missed out on becoming the first British woman to break into the Women's Tennis Association's top 10 rankings for nearly 32 years on Friday night.
British number one Johanna Konta picked up where she left off as she eased past Shelby Rogers in the first round of the Rogers Cup in Montreal.
Katie Swan will become the youngest-ever British player in Fed Cup history after Australian Open semi-finalist Johanna Konta withdrew from this week's pool matches in Israel.
Johanna Konta has been handed a potential lifeline in her bid to reach the WTA Finals in Singapore next week after Serena Williams withdrew through injury. The British No 1 missed out on automatic qualification.