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10th of October 2020 - Iga Swiatek has won the French Open - More to follow.
21st of September 2020 -
Simona Halep has won her first Internazionali BNL d'Italia title in Rome, Italy, defeating defending champion Karolina Pliskova 6-0 2-1.
Karolina was forced to retire in the second set with a left thigh injury. Simona has finished runner-up on two previous occasions.
16th of September 2020 - Tsvetana Pironkova has been given a wildcard into the main draw of the French Open that has been re-scheduled to start on Monday 21st of September and finish on Sunday 11th of October 2020 due to the Coronavirus. This is what she said on her Instagram account.
“A big thank you to the @fftennis and @rolandgarros for serving me the amazing opportunity to play directly in to the MD of this year’s event!
It is truly an honour and a pure joy to be able to go back to this sacret courts!
A special thank you to the Bulgarian Tennis Federation and Mr. Stefan Tsvetkov for all the help support on this matter”.
Followed by an image of her, click here to see it.
12th of September 2020 - Naomi Osaka won the 2020 US Open defeating Victoria Azarenka 1-6 6-3 6-3 on the Arthur Ashe Stadium in front of "NO FANS" due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Naomi wore 7 face masks throughout her 7 matches in the tournament each displaying the name of a Black victim of alleged police or racial violence in the US. In her first round match the mask displayed the name Breonna Taylor. 2nd round match - Elijah McClain. 3rd round match - Ahmaud Arbery. 4th round match - Trayvon Martin. Before her quarter-finals match with Shelby Rogers read more >>
3rd of August 2020 - The WTA tour has re-started with Donna Vekic of Croatia winning the first main draw match against her Dutch opponent Arantxa Rus at the Palermo Open on the island of Sicily in Italy. Donna won 6-1 6-2.
There has been no professional tennis since March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. After the match Donna Tweeted two pictures of herself saying “So good to be back” – To see the images click here
Women's Rankings (Top 20) - As of the 16/09/2020 - See more >
- Ashleigh Barty (World Number One)
- Simona Halep
- Naomi Osaka
- Sofia Kenin
- Elina Svitolina
- Karolina Pliskova
- Bianca Andreescu
- Petra Kvitova
- Kiki Bertens
- Serena Williams
- Selina Bencic
- Aryna Sabalenka
- Johanna Konta
- Victoria Azarenka
- Garbine Muguruza
- Madison Keys
- Iga Swiatek
- Petra Martic
- Elena Rybakina
- Marketa Vondrousova
Upcoming and Present Tournaments
Sofia Kenin Australian Open
Iga Swiatek French Open
Simona Halep Wimbledon
Naomi Osaka US Open
What others have said about their favourite tennis player. (Below).
Angelique Kerber - Angie has a core set of principles that she adheres too. She is strong, tough defensively, and has a fighting spirit that others simply don't possess. In recent years, she has added some aggressive play, which has dictated the outcome of many matches, and won her many CHAMPIONSHIPS. She has achieved top ten status for the past 5 years, and is currently at number 2 in the World, with her eyes on number 1.
Angie has provided spectators with some of the best tennis matches and rivalries in Womens Tennis. All that, and she's "drop dead gorgeous " to boot! Win or lose, the spectators get much more value for their money, when they see Angie play. She's on my "BUCKET LIST" of people to meet.
Garbine Muguruza - She has an all round versatile game. Great footwork and now seems to have a passion to win more than ever. I also like her height, wingspan and volleys at net and elsewhere have improved. I'm backing her to be numero uno soon. Cheers!
Julia Goerges - She is so pretty fantastic when she plays, the way she maneuvers the return, and how she places it right where she wants it, so impressive in every tennis match that I have seen so far in her ten years of professional tennis, amazing and wonderful, love to watch her every time she plays, wherever that might be!
Maria Sharapova is a fighter in and off of courts, her spirit is just inspiring.