Beware the upset. In a French Open first round that saw two of the top-five seeded players in the women's draw—No. 3 Angelique Kerber and No. 5 Victoria Azarenka—and men's No. 10 seed Marin Cilic lose in the first round, nobody seems...Show More Summary
After some big upsets in both draws in Round 1, it's clear we can't overlook any matchups at the French Open. Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka were the big losers on Day 3, but there were plenty of more vulnerable stars on Day 4 with nine of the top 10 seeds in action between the men's and women's draws. Show More Summary
Serena Williams made a blistering start to the defence of her French Open title and saw potential rivals Victoria Azarenka and Angelique Kerber fall at the first hurdle.
Angelique Kerber, the third seed in the women's bracket, fell in the opening round at Roland Garros on Tuesday. The third day of the 2016 French Open went off without a slew of rain delays or light delays and postponed matches, the first day of this year's tournament to do so. Show More Summary
Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka became the latest top-10 players on the women's side to see their 2016 French Open runs come to an early end during Tuesday's action. Top seed and defending champion Serena Williams managed to avoid...Show More Summary
"But I started to feel a sharp pain in my right knee. I've had an injury there before, a while ago, but it hasn't been a problem until today. At first it was on and off and I was able to win the tiebreak, but then it got worse as the match went on, and unfortunately there was nothing I could do."
Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber became the first big casualty of the French Open when she was beaten by Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens in the first round.
PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the French Open (all times local): ___ 12:55 p.m. Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber has lost in the first round at the French Open. The third-seeded Kerber was beaten 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 by 58th-ranked Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands. It’s the second time in three years that the Australian […]
Half of the world's top 30 women will play in Birmingham at the Aegon Classic this summer. The pre-Wimbledon tournament has announced the strongest field in its 35-year history.
It didn't take long for the upsets to start pouring in at the 2016 Madrid Open. Top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska, second-seeded Angelique Kerber and seventh-seeded Roberta Vinci found themselves one-and-done in Madrid on Sunday, all in...Show More Summary
Top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska and Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber were upset in the opening round of the Madrid Masters on Sunday.
Two Germans collide in the Stuttgart final.
Defending champion Angelique Kerber faces Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic in the Porsche Grand Prix semifinals, and top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska plays qualifier Laura Siegemund.
Three of the Top 7 players on the WTA are in the Stuttgart semifinals.
Defending champion Angelique Kerber dug deep and came from behind to defeat fellow German Annika Beck 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart on Wednesday.
John Isner and Jack Sock meet in Houston in battle of top two American men.
In-form Victoria Azarenka battled past an ailing but determined second seed Angelique Kerber to set up a Miami Open final showdown against Svetlana Kuznetsova with a 6-2, 7-5 victory.
The stars came out Sunday at the 2016 Miami Open, with Novak Djokovic, Angelique Kerber, Garbine Muguruza and Tomas Berdych among those in action in Key Biscayne, Florida. The tournament now shifts to the fourth round, and the updated...Show More Summary
Angelique Kerber's dream of winning a Grand Slam tournament came true in January, when she upset Serena Williams in the Australian Open final. But Kerber didn't realize the title would bring with it constant demands from sponsors, tournament promoters and the media. "The pressure is much different...
Angelique Kerber played her first official WTA match as a Grand Slam champion in Doha earlier this week, and a fan expecting a spectacular show could be forgiven for asking for her money back. Kerber, the top seed, lost to Zheng Saisai of China—a woman ranked 71 spots below her, at No. Show More Summary