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2014 WTA Finals: Final Grades for Every Player

It was nothing less than expected. Serena Williams, qualifying for the 2014 WTA Finals in first place, lifted another title in Singapore. Having endured a lesson at the hands of Simona Halep at the round-robin stage, Williams hit back...Show More Summary

2014 ATP BNP Paribas Masters: Predictions for the Top Stars in Paris

The BNP Paribas Masters began in Paris on Sunday, with the 16 seeded players in action from Tuesday after being given a first-round bye. The tournament, above all, has two over-riding narratives. The first, of course, is Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer’s ongoing battle to end the year as No. Show More Summary

2014 WTA Finals: Winners and Losers from Singapore

Women's tennis showcased spectacular drama at Singapore's 2014 WTA Finals. The eight top players in the world battled out two well-balanced groups of competitive stars, and it led to fascinating elimination matches on Friday. SimonaShow More Summary

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Updated Race to London Rankings, Points, Qualifiers

Andy Murray's nail-biting victory over Tommy Robredo in the Valencia Open final all but guaranteed his place at the ATP Tour Finals, but there's still all to play for in the Race to London. With No. 3 Rafael Nadal confirming his season...Show More Summary

Serena Williams Celebrates WTA Finals by Doing Major Handstands Under Trophy

Serena Williams claimed her fifth WTA Finals title with a victory over Simona Halep in Singapore and celebrated by showing that she is pretty good at handstands. The American ends the year as world No. 1 at the age of 33 and is clearly pretty agile, too, judging by her Instagram pictures. [ Instagram ] Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com

Rafael Nadal Right to Put Health First by Ending 2014 Season

Rafael Nadal announced on Friday that he will end his 2014 season early in order to treat a back injury and appendicitis which have affected his form over recent weeks. Per the Telegraph's tennis correspondent Simon Briggs, Nadal said: "I'm not going to play Paris and London, I'm not enough competitive. Show More Summary

Roger Federer's Play at Swiss Indoors Basel 2014 Proves He Should End Year No. 1

In a development that would have been shocking a few months ago, Roger Federer has a chance to be the No. 1 player in the world at the end of the season. Finishing the year on top of the rankings is not something new for the 33-year-old veteran, who has accomplished the feat five times (2004-2007, 2009). Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal out of 2014 Paris Masters: Latest Details, Reaction and More

Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the 2014 Paris Masters due to "personal reasons," it was confirmed on Friday. The 28-year-old is set to miss the last tournament of the regular season and is yet to confirm his participation in next week's...Show More Summary

What Serena Williams' Rout over Eugenie Bouchard Says About the 2015 Season

Serena Williams' rout over Eugenie Bouchard in the WTA Championships serves as a forecast for 2015. Williams defeated Bouchard, 6-1, 6-1. The loss sent the Canadian home with an 0-3 record in her first appearance at the year-end championships. Show More Summary

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic Becomes a Father to Boy Named Stefan

Novak Djokovic has become a father, the world's top-ranked tennis player confirmed on Twitter on Wednesday. The Serbian's wife, Jelena, gave birth to a baby boy named Stefan. Stefan, our baby angel was born! I am so proud of my beautiful wife Jelena! Thank you so much for your love and support. Show More Summary

Swiss Indoors Basel 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer head a very strong field at the 2014 Swiss Indoors Basel, which started on Monday, as the pair continue their preparations for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London next month. Federer is the...Show More Summary

WTA Tour Finals Championships 2014 Results: Daily Scores, Groups, Draw Schedule

The season-ending WTA Tour Finals Championships kicked off Monday in Singapore with the world's top women's tennis players fighting it out for glory. The top eight players of the season qualified for the event with Serena Williams leading...Show More Summary

Valencia Open 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

The 2014 Valencia Open 500 is one of just three tournaments standing between fans and the ATP World Tour Finals in London, and with three tickets still available for the marquee event at the O2 Arena, every single match will count for...Show More Summary

2014 WTA Finals: Each Contender's Key to Winning in Singapore

The stars have arrived, the groups have been drawn and the WTA Finals in Singapore is underway. Only three of the eight women to feature this year have won the tournament before (Serena Williams (4), Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova),...Show More Summary

2014 ATP World Tour Finals: Breaking Down the Race to London as It Heats Up

The ATP Race to London has watched the best 11 players in men’s tennis battle for eight slots to qualify for November’s year-end World Tour Finals. And while the final picture of contestants is becoming clearer, there is plenty of madness...Show More Summary

2014 WTA Finals: Odds for Each Contender to Win in Singapore

The refreshing air which gripped the WTA season in January was replaced by the scent of normal service come July. The recently retired Li Na charmed the Australian Open as Serena Williams captured Grand Slam title No. 18 at the U.S.Show More Summary

Serena Williams Responds to Shamil Tarpischev's Insensitive Comments

After the head of the Russian Tennis Federation, Shamil Tarpischev, called Serena and Venus Williams "brothers," the WTA quickly reacted by suspending him for a year and fining him $25,000. And as Serena Williams told The AssociatedShow More Summary

WTA Fines, Suspends Shamil Tarpischev for Comments About Williams Sisters

The Women's Tennis Association announced on Friday they will fine and suspend Shamil Tarpischev, the head of the Russian Tennis Federation, for making misogynistic comments about Venus and Serena Williams. As reported by Tennisinfoblog.com,...Show More Summary

The Bouchard Blues

2 months agoSports / Tennis : Concrete Elbow

“Why did I even play this tournament?”—Eugenie Bouchard, to her coach Nick Saviano after losing the first set of her second round-robin match at the WTA Finals to Ana Ivanovic, 6-1. Ivanovic’s 6-1, 6-3 win over Bouchard today in Singapore...Show More Summary

Lights Out!

2 months agoSports / Tennis : Concrete Elbow

The question for the WTA as the WTA Finals get underway in its new home of Singapore is:  What could be done to keep the tournament from degenerating into a Singabore? After all, world No. 1 Serena Williams has dominated this event, winning 26 of the 31 matches she’s played in the season-ending, round-robin shootout. Show More Summary

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