Create FREE Listings Fast & Easy

Get Your FREE Listing
 
img-banner
meta image
No.1 on the countdown is perhaps the biggest upset ever, as unseeded Jelena Ostapenko came of age at Roland Garros, stunning Simona Halep for her first Grand Slam title. WHAT HAPPENED: It was a classic “David vs. Goliath,” only if David traded his
meta image
Starting this week, VAVEL USA's Don Han will be counting down the top 5 biggest WTA surprises of 2017. At the top of our list: Jelena Ostapenko's breakthrough year which saw her claim her maiden Grand Slam trophy at the French Open while also making
meta image
Dec 11 (Gracenote) - Standings from the WTA Tour singles Points 1 (1) Simona Halep(Romania) 6175 2 (2) Garbine Muguruza Blanco(Spain) 6135 3 (3) Caroline Wozniacki(Denmark) 6015 4 (4) Karolina Pliskova(Czech Republic) 5730 5 (5) Venus Williams(U.S
meta image
Winning the French Open turned Jelena Ostapenko into a sensation in Latvia - and the WTA star is getting a unique honor back home: her very own postage stamp. Ostapenko is the first Latvian sportsperson to be honored in what is to be a series, per
meta image
Simona Halep hopes 2018 will be the year she finally overcomes her French Open hoodoo to claim a maiden grand slam title. Paris has been the scene of Halep's best performances in majors in recent years, but they have always ended in disappointment. On
meta image
The nine biggest tournaments had nine different winners—Serena Williams at the Australian Open, Elena Vesnina at Indian Wells, Johanna Konta at Miami, Simona Halep at Madrid, Jelena Ostapenko at the French Open, Garbine Muguruza at SW19, Sloane
meta image
The shot of 2017 was undoubtedly the screaming backhand winner that Jelena Ostanpenko belted past Simona Halep to win the French Open. In Paris, Ostapenko was like a comet that had landed on the tennis world. She was unseeded, 20 years old, and had
meta image
Barty posted wins over Pliskova, Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza, French Open winner Jelena Ostapenko, top English player Johanna Konta and Kerber in 2017. In the doubles, she and Dellacqua qualified for the season-ending championships in Singapore
meta image
“This will be my first visit to Sydney and I am very much looking forward to playing there,” said Nishikori. “I have heard great things about the tournament and think it will be the perfect place to return to tennis, and to prepare for the Australian
meta image
... Slam winner Venus Williams, reigning Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko and US Open titlist Sloane Stephens in the women's draw, as well as defending Sydney International champion Johanna Konta. The champion in Sydney in 2015, and twice a
meta image
PARIS — Skipping the usual base stations, Jelena Ostapenko climbed straight to one of tennis's major summits on Saturday, winning her first WTA Tour title at the French Open. Her stunning run in Paris — capped by a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 comeback win over  -
meta image
However, the French woman would struggle to find much more resistance despite a sterling effort in defence. With two and three-quarter hours on the clock, Halep served out to love for an emotional victory. Considering the constraints [back pain] under
meta image
PARIS -- When Serena Williams announced she was pregnant and when Maria Sharapova was not given a wild card into the French Open, it didn't take a genius to suggest that Simona Halep, the 2014 runner-up, would be the most likely to take the trophy  - -
meta image
Living example for all young generations of dedication, desire to win, concentration. Three finals and three heavy defeats, Australian Open, Wimbledon and WTA Finals. What matters, seeing her fly on tennis courts is always a miracle. Commendable
meta image
French Open favorite Simona Halep was defeated in Saturday's final at Roland Garros by Jelena Ostapenko, an unheralded, largely unknown player who began the tournament as a little-known 19-year-old without a single tour title to her name and finished  - - -