Venus Williams added another milestone to her legendary career Tuesday, winning her 700th match by defeating Julia Goerges in straight sets 6-4, 6-3 at the Wuhan Open. The WTA's official Twitter account noted Williams became the ninth player in the 700 club. Show More Summary
Sean Randall previews the fall season.
Venus Williams made history in Wuhan today.
Adrian Mannarino was the highest-seeded player to progress on Tuesday at the Shenzhen Open, as we got our first look at some of the genuine competitors for the tournament title. The Frenchman, seeded fifth at the competition, made light work of his compatriot Lucas Pouille, running out a 6-0, 6-3 victor. Show More Summary
A mysterious death is by far the most tragic incident associated with the WTA Tour's Wuhan Open. However, it's one of many strange and unfortunate occurrences to mar the tournament in only its second year. Last week, Robin Llyr Evans,...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal has vowed to put 'a tough year' laced with anxiety behind him as he prepares for a return to Grand Slam winning ways in 2016. Nadal has failed to win a Granf Slam title this year.
Maria Sharapova's return from injury after an almost three-month absence was cut short on Monday after the world number three suffered a wrist injury versus Barbora Strycova in the Wuhan Open in China.
Heather Watson saved four match points but was unable to prevent world No 25 Jelena Jankovic winning in three sets in the Wuhan Open first round. Her loss means Johanna Konta is new British No 1.
Maria Sharapova has a new injury.
Rafael Nadal opens up about his 2015 problems.
John Millman and Austin Krajicek were the first two winners in Round 1 at the Shenzhen Open, as the tournament started in earnest on Monday. Millman progressed at the expense of Ernests Gulbis in the final match of the day, with theShow More Summary
Late September is sending the ATP and WTA tours to the Far East where Agnieszka Radwanska has the early jump in winning a title. More of the other big stars will slowly trickle their ways into selected mid-major draws and two Masters 1000 opportunities. There was resilience but also disappointment for veterans who are entering their 30s. Show More Summary
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Gilles Simon 7-6(5) 1-6 6-2 in an all-French final at the Moselle Open to claim his 12th ATP title on Sunday. The third seed eventually had too much power over his opponent.
Johanna Konta continued her impressive run of form by knocking out world No 17 Andrea Petkovic in the first round of the Wuhan Open. Konta beat the German 6-4, 7-5 at the WTA Premier event.
Raonic hadn't lost his serve all week until the second set of the final. "It would be special [to qualify for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals again], especially with the health issues I've had," said Raonic after moving to the 12th spot in the 2015-only points standings. "It is something that will require a lot of winning the rest of this year, but I believe I can do it."
Eugenie Bouchard's locker room incident that left her with a concussion also forced her to withdraw from the U.S. Open and Tokyo Open. Now, that concussion could have a lasting impact on Bouchard's career. Ranked as high as No. 5, No. Show More Summary
A Roger Federer fan who was in a coma for 11 years woke up to find his idol about to embark on a run to another Grand Slam final. Jesus Aparicio was in a car crash when out with friends to celebrate his 18th birthday and went into a coma in December 2004. Show More Summary
The Swiss had beaten Radwanska in their most previous meeting, and came into the final with Top 10 wins over Garbine Muguruza and Caroline Wozniacki under her belt, but it meant little against the steady, controlling game of Radwanska, who hit almost twice the winners to unforced errors during the contest.
The ATP opens play in Asia next week.
Maria Sharapova leads the field at Wuhan.