A Women's Tennis Website
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Welcome to Women's Tennis by Wayne
Due to his passion for women’s tennis, Wayne Jackson has set up “Women's Tennis by Wayne” for everyone who is a fan and follows the exciting sport of women’s tennis.
On this website you can see the latest women's tennis news, the latest rankings, active and upcoming tournaments, results, statistics/information on all the female tennis players. You can also watch videos, view pictures, check the players social media posts, see who's dating who as well as have your say on anything related to women’s tennis.
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Since setting up the website in 2016 the website has gone from strength to strength, gaining mass traffic globally! Read more >
The latest news - All news
13th of March 2019. Indian Wells, California, USA - Elina Svitolina claimed an epic win over Ashleigh Barty in the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open. The match went on for three sets and took three hours and 12 minutes. Read more >
24th of February 2019 - Alison Van Uytvanck won the Hungarian Open defeating Marketa Vondrousova 1-6 7-5 6-2.
23rd of February 2019 - Belinda Bencic has won the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships; she beat Petra Kvitova in the final 6-3 1-6 6-2 to claim her first WTA title since 2015. (Her third career WTA title).
21st February 2019 - Belinda Bencic has knocked former World No.1 Simona Halep out of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships to reach the semi-finals. The match went to three sets with the final result being 4-6 6-4 6-2.
19th of February 2019 – Naomi Osaka has been knocked out of the Dubai Tennis Championships in the second round to Kristina Mladenovic read more >
18th of February 2019 - Serena Williams is back in the top 10 of the WTA rankings for the first time since returning from maternity leave. She is now world No.10.
16th of February 2019 - Elise Mertens came back from a set and a break down to defeat world No.3 Simona Halep at the Qatar Total Open to win her first title of the season and the biggest title of her career. The result was 3-6 6-4 6-3.
11th of February 2019 – Naomi Osaka has split with coach Sascha Bajin. She announced the news on the Twitter, saying “Hey everyone, I will no longer be working together with Sascha. I thank him for his work and wish him all the best in the future” Read more >
3rd of February 2019 - Dayana Yastremska has won the Hua Hin, Thailand Open by beating Ajla Tomljanovic 6-2 2-6 7-6 (7-3 tie-break).
3rd of February 2019 - Kiki Bertens has won the St. Petersburg Open, she beat Donna Vekic 7-6 (7-2 tie-break) 6-4. This was Kiki’s first title of 2019 and eighth in total.
30th of January 2019 - Maria Sharapova has pulled out of the St. Petersburg Open tournament due to a right shoulder injury. Read more >
28th of January 2019 - Maria Sharapova has beat Daria Gavrilova 6-0 6-4 in her first match since the Australian Open. The match was played in her home country of Russia at the St. Petersburg Open. This was the first time that Maria had ever played in the tournament. Read more >
26th of January 2019 - Melbourne, Australia. Naomi Osaka has won the Australian Open defeating Petra Kvitova in three sets. 7-6 (7-2) 5-7 6-4. As a result of Naomi winning the tournament she will become the number one player in the world when the new rankings are out on Monday. Read full story >
Women's Rankings (Top 20) - As of 18/03/2019 - See more >
- Naomi Osaka (World Number One)
- Petra Kvitova
- Simona Halep
- Angelique Kerber
- Elina Svitolina
- Sloane Stephens
- Karolina Pliskova
- Kiki Bertens
- Aryna Sabalenka
- Serena Williams
- Ashleigh Barty
- Anastasija Sevastova
- Caroline Wozniacki
- Elise Mertens
- Julia Goerges
- Madison Keys
- Garbine Muguruza
- Qiang Wang
- Anett Kontaveit
- Belinda Bencic
Upcoming and Present Tournaments
Current tournament(s) being played and upcoming tournaments - See all >
- Miami Open presented by Itau, Miami, Florida. United States of America. 19th - 30th March 2019.
- Monterrey Abierto GNP Seguros. Mexico. 1st - 7th of April 2019.
- Charleston, Volvo Car Open, United States of America. 1st - 7th of April 2019.
- Bogota, Claro Open Colsanitas, Colombia. 8th - 14th of April 2019.
- Lugano, Samsung Open presented by Corner. Switzerland. 8th - 14th of April 2019.
- TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Cup, Turkey. 22nd - 28th of April 2019.
- Stuttgart, Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. Germany. 22nd - 28th of April 2019.
- Prague, J&T Banka Prague Open. Czech Republic. 29th of April - 4th of May 2019.
- Rabat, Grand Prix De SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Morocco Open. 29th of April - 4th of May 2019.
- Madrid, Mutua Madrid Open, Spain. 4th - 11th of May 2019.
- Internazionali BNL d'Italia, Rome, Italy. 13th - 19th of May 2019.
- Strasbourg, Internationaux de Strasbourg, France. 19th - 25th of May 2019.
- NÜRNBERGER VERSICHERUNGSCUP 2019, Germany. 19th - 25th of May 2019.
- French Open, Paris, Championnats Internationaux de France. 26th of May - 8th of June 2019.
- S-HERTOGENBOSCH Libema Open, Netherlands. 10th - 16th of June 2019.
- Nottingham, Nature Valley Open. England. 10th - 16th of June 2019.
- Mallorca Open, Spain. 17th - 23rd of June 2019.
- Birmingham, Nature Valley Classic. England. 17th - 23rd of June 2019.
- Eastbourne, Nature Valley International. England. 23rd - 29th of June 2019.
- Wimbledon, The Championships. England. 1st of July - 13th of July 2019. (Grand Slam).
- Ladies Championship Gstaad by Ixion Services 2019, Switzerland. 15th - 21st of July 2019.
- Bucharest Open, Romania. 15th - 21st of July 2019.
- Moscow River Cup, Russia. 22nd - 28th of July 2019.
- Palermo Ladies Open, Italy. 22nd - 28th of July 2019.
- Citi Open, Washington DC. United States. 29th of July -4th of August 2019.
- San Jose Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. California, United States of America. 29th of July - 4th of August 2019.
- Toronto, Coupe Rogers présentée par Banque Nationale. Canada. 5th - 11th of August 2019.
Naomi Osaka Australian Open
Simona Halep French Open
Angelique Kerber Wimbledon
Naomi Osaka US Open
What others have said about their favourite player.
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.