By the time Angelique Kerber played Victória Azárenka in Doha in February, 2015, her career was in trouble. Kerber, who had finished 2014 ranked ninth in the world, had lost in the first round of the Australian Open, lost playing the annual team Fed Cup, lost in Dubai. Show More Summary
Two-time Grand Slam champion Victoria Azarenka received some exciting news while sidelined from an injury suffered at the French Open in May. A former world No. 1, Azarenka has not played since losing in the first round at Roland Garros but announced Friday that she is pregnant. She and her boyfriend are expecting to be parents […]
Victoria Azarenka won't be back on the tennis circuit this season.
She posted a lovely letter on Twitter to share the news.
Sixth-ranked women's tennis player Victoria Azarenka announced Friday that she is pregnant and expecting her first child. The two-time Australian Open champion revealed the news on Twitter: The 26-year-old native of Belarus did not participate at Wimbledon due to a knee injury, and she will now miss both the Olympics and the U.S. Show More Summary
Victoria Azarenka has been forced to withdraw from Wimbledon due to a knee injury. Azarenka has not played since she retired in the deciding set of her first-round match against Karin Knapp.
Wozniacki returns from a foot injury...Wildcards were awarded to Pliskova and Brits Robson and Freya Christie...The slew of tournament withdrawals included former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka, Madison Keys, Petra Cetkovska, Irina Falconi, Monica Niculescu and Lesia Tsurenko...
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.
PARIS MATCH POINTS: Eugenie Bouchard, a 6-2, 6-2 winner over Germany's Laura Siegemund on Tuesday, says she has beaten an eating disorder brought on by 'a lot of nerves'.
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
A right knee injury ended Victoria Azarenka's French Open, further clearing the path for Serena Williams/
Victoria Azarenka could face rival Serena Williams in the quarterfinals.
The two-time Australian Open champion was set to meet American Louisa Chirico in the third round but the latter has now been given a walkover.
The seeds continue to fall at the WTA Madrid event after Wednesday exits from Petra Kvitova and Victoria Azarenka.
Serena Williams remains the No. 1 player on the WTA Tour. However, this year, the most dominant player is Victoria Azarenka. She's lost just one match this year and won three WTA titles. That's three more titles than Williams. She's also on a 16-match winning streak. Show More Summary
Laura Robson, who used her protected ranking of 58 to enter the main draw, lost 6-4 6-2 to world No 5 Victoria Azarenka. Johanna Konta and Heather Watson also lost on Sunday.
The halcyon days of Russian Fed Cup are no more. With no players in the Top 30 representing, the Russians are pounded into zonal play by former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka, who won her first two singles matches before Belarus' No. 100-ranked Aliaksandra Sasnovich beat Russia's Margarita Gasparyan to put Belarus into World Group I for 2017. Show More Summary
Watching Victoria Azarenka play like the No. 1 player in the WTA is a study in fierceness. She is locked into each point, moving into position to unload with her heavy, screeching groundstrokes. Every ball gets branded with her intensity, and she’s dictating her offense like a runaway locomotive. Show More Summary