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  1. Bacsinszky, Gauff progress in Roland Garros qualifying, Oprandi victorious on return
  2. Garcia pulls double duty to reach Strasbourg QF
  3. Putintseva battles past Barthel to reach Nurnberg quarters
  4. Kostyuk zips past Zheng to make maiden quarterfinal in Strasbourg
  5. Surging Sabalenka stops Siegemund to reach Strasbourg QF
  6. Social buzz: WTA stars stand up in support of Kinder Girl World Day
  7. Court Simonne Mathieu unveiled ahead of 2019 French Open
  8. Roland Garros 2019: Kerber says career Grand Slam would be 'amazing'
  9. It Takes a Journey: Madison Keys makes impact with Kinder Girl World Day - 'It can st
  10. Social buzz: Venus joins Wimbledon roof party
  11. WTA Rankings 2019 update: Champion Pliskova rises after Rome
  12. Sabalenka storms through Strasbourg opener
  13. Champions Corner: Karolina Pliskova flips the script in Rome - 'It's a miracle for me
  14. Top seed Putintseva wins Nurnberg opener after Jakupovic retirement
  15. Azarenka and Barty blast to Rome doubles title
  16. Gladiator Pliskova powers to Rome crown, conquers Konta
  17. Rome 2019: Final Countdown
  18. Pliskova ends Sakkari run, faces Konta in Rome final
  19. Battling Konta snaps Bertens' streak to reach Rome final
  20. Social buzz: Stephens and Kenin roaming in Rome
  21. Anastasia Rodionova picks up awards at college graduation
  22. Sakkari stops Mladenovic to complete Rome semifinal lineup
  23. Resurgent Konta celebrates birthday with Vondrousova win to reach Rome semis
  24. Pliskova ousts Azarenka to enter Rome semifinals
  25. Naomi Osaka withdraws from Rome with injury ahead of quarterfinal clash with Kiki Ber
  26. Rome 2019: Friday's Order of Play and Match Points
  27. Pliskova aces Kenin challenge, books Azarenka showdown in Rome
  28. Vondrousova downs Halep again to advance in Rome
  29. Muguruza climbs past Collins in Rome to set Azarenka clash
  30. Osaka soars past Cibulkova to reach last 16 in Rome
  31. Maria Sharapova pulls out of French Open 2019
  32. Rome 2019: Thursday's Order of Play
  33. Social Buzz: Here’s what ‘It Takes’ to succeed on the WTA
  34. Parry, Gauff among youth-oriented Roland Garros 2019 wildcards
  35. April 2019 Player of the Month: Petra Kvitova
  36. Serena withdraws from Rome, Venus into third round
  37. Maria Sakkari reflects on Rabat and her lucky bird: 'It was an emotional week'
  38. Azarenka books Svitolina clash in Rome second round
  39. Social buzz: Pasta, pizza and plenty of sight-seeing for Bencic
  40. No.1 Scenarios: Osaka tries to hold off Halep for No.1 and top seed in Paris
  41. Serena conquers Peterson in Rome, possible Venus clash looms
  42. Muguruza slides by Zheng in Rome opener
  43. WTA Rankings 2019 update: Simona Halep steps it up
  44. Rome 2019: What is the prize money for the Italian Open?
  45. Simona Halep after Madrid loss: 'I think I played wrong and I'm upset about that'
  46. Champions Corner: Bertens from the brink of retirement to World No.4 - 'I came a long
  47. Brilliant Bertens triumphs over Halep to claim Madrid Open crown
  48. Hsieh and Strycova masterful in Madrid doubles triumph
  49. Madrid 2019: Final Countdown
  50. Bertens stumps Stephens to make second straight Madrid final
  51. Halep solves Bencic puzzle, returns to Madrid final
  52. Belinda Bencic learning to love clay: 'Sometimes I figure it out, sometimes not'
  53. Bertens grounds Kvitova in Madrid Open rematch
  54. Naomi Osaka after Bencic loss: 'Today, it was a drama, so much drama in my head'
  55. Vote: April 2019 Shot of the Month
  56. Vote: April 2019 Player of the Month
  57. Halep halts Barty to reach Madrid semifinals
  58. Stellar Kvitova outplays Garcia to return to Madrid Open quarterfinals
  59. Stat Corner: How Simona Halep played the perfect match in the most dominant win of he
  60. Bencic cruises through Kozlova clash, books Osaka rematch in Madrid
  61. Battling Barty protects winning streak from Putintseva in Madrid, sets up Halep clash
  62. Halep motors into Madrid quarterfinals
  63. Of Bags and Bentleys: Sasnovich on settled ground after hiring Platenik, return to cl
  64. Julia Boserup, Arantxa Parra Santonja retire from tennis
  65. Viktoria Kuzmova speaks softly, carries a big stick - 'I can play against anyone'
  66. Kerber out of Madrid with right ankle injury
  67. Truffle shuffle: Jill Craybas' move from tennis to chocolate
  68. Halep quells Konta in Madrid second-round victory
  69. Serena wows fans with stunning dress at Met Gala
  70. Barty blasts past Collins to reach Madrid third round
  71. Naomi Osaka talks Met Gala, Rihanna, and her love for BTS
  72. Stephens outlasts Azarenka in Madrid
  73. Bertens brushes past Ostapenko in Madrid
  74. No.1 Scenarios: Simona Halep, Angelique Kerber bid to unseat Naomi Osaka in Madrid
  75. Sascha Bajin and Kristina Mladenovic discuss new partnership: 'We book our flights fo
  76. Marta Kostyuk: 'I was the first who broke through and I was the first who fell'
  77. Martic moves past Muguruza in Madrid first round
  78. Parmentier holds off battling Svitolina in Madrid
  79. Muguruza receives check for charity Room To Read
  80. Sloane Stephens on hiring Groeneveld, loving clay, and THAT Game of Thrones episode
  81. Defending champ Kvitova eases past Kenin in Madrid first round clash
  82. Karolina Pliskova promotes Conchita Martinez to full-time coach - 'I think the best w
  83. Sakkari slides past Konta to claim first WTA crown in Rabat
  84. Teichmann triumphs in Prague for first WTA title
  85. Barty bests Gavrilova in all-Aussie Madrid opener
  86. Social buzz: Happy Halep and smiles all round on clay
  87. Dmitry Tursunov on Aryna Sabalenka's sophomore season: 'It's growing pains'
  88. Rabat 2019: Final countdown
  89. Wim Fissette on Azarenka's surge: In Stuttgart 'I saw the old Vika back'
  90. Madrid Draw Analysis: Kvitova bids for history, Osaka, Halep, Pliskova fight fitness
  91. Teichmann stuns Strycova to reach first-ever final in Prague
  92. Madrid Open 2019 Draw: Osaka opens against Cibulkova, Kerber and Muguruza set for ear
  93. Dropshot queen Muchova makes maiden Prague final over Pera
  94. Madrid 2019: What is the prize money?
  95. Stephens hires longtime Sharapova coach Groeneveld ahead of Madrid
  96. Sakkari knocks out defending champ Mertens, books Rabat semifinal
  97. Konta disarms Hsieh, books first clay semifinal in Rabat
  98. Sharapova forced out of Rome with shoulder injury, Andreescu to miss Madrid
  99. Strycova stops Siniakova in all-Czech Prague quarterfinal
  100. Pera stuns Wang to make Prague semis
  101. Navratilova: Kvitova is the one to beat in Madrid
  102. Supreme Siniakova storms past Cepelova into Prague quarters
  103. 'I'll probably play Paris' - Safarova still looking ahead after home farewell in Prag
  104. Hsieh sways Arruabarrena match around to make Rabat quarters
  105. Time for spring chicken with Magda Linette's Moroccan tagine
  106. Wimbledon enhancements announced for 2019 event and beyond
  107. Defending champ Mertens kicks off Rabat with Flipkens win
  108. Kuznetsova stings Buzarnescu in Prague first round
  109. Potapova scores stunning Sevastova upset in Prague
  110. Hsieh outlasts Gavrilova in Rabat opener
  111. Stephens announces engagement to soccer star Altidore
  112. Porsche Race to Shenzhen Update: Kvitova lengthens lead at top spot
  113. Van Uytvanck seals second round spot in Rabat
  114. Zidansek puts Putintseva to the sword in Rabat upset
  115. Naomi Osaka 'excited' by return to Birmingham in 2019
  116. WTA Rankings Update 2019: Vondrousova hits career high, Azarenka returns to Top 50
  117. Champions Corner: Kvitova races away in Stuttgart - 'I'm proud of the consistency I h
  118. 'I believed my best years were ahead' - Comeback queen Martic enjoys Istanbul triumph
  119. Zheng beats Zhang in all-Chinese Anning final
  120. Martic marvels in Vondrousova comeback to score first title in Istanbul
  121. Commanding Kvitova claims second title of season at Stuttgart
  122. Istanbul 2019: Final Countdown
  123. Stuttgart 2019: Final Countdown
  124. Coaching Dossier: Nigel Sears - 'Excellence is perseverance in disguise'
  125. Vondrousova blitzes Strycova in all-Czech Istanbul SF
  126. Osaka withdraws from Stuttgart with abdominal injury
  127. USPS gives ‘Little Mo’ its stamp of approval
  128. Bouchard splits with coach Joyce
  129. Zhang survives Liang test to progress to Anning final
  130. Naomi Osaka hits back, preaches perspective after Stuttgart run
  131. Kontaveit moves into Stuttgart semis over injured Azarenka
  132. Martic grinds past Mladenovic in longest match of the year in Istanbul
  133. Blistering Bertens quells Kerber to reach Stuttgart semifinals
  134. Osaka rallies to stun Vekic in Stuttgart
  135. Kvitova holds off Sevastova to reach Stuttgart semis
  136. Strycova turns tables to deny Rybakina in Istanbul quarters
  137. Victoria Azarenka reveals the 'defining moment' of her season
  138. Kerber claims all-German clash against Petkovic in Stuttgart
  139. Sevastova seals Siegemund win, spot in Stuttgart QF
  140. Vondrousova vaults past Kuznetsova into Istanbul quarterfinals
  141. Hsieh Su-Wei relaxed, refreshed, and ready for another Osaka showdown
  142. Pavlyuchenkova outlasts injured Goerges in Stuttgart
  143. Azarenka takes honors as Zvonareva rivalry resumes in Stuttgart
  144. Mladenovic serves up Yastremska upset in Istanbul
  145. Raina dims Stosur's sunshine in Anning marathon upset
  146. Petkovic on Kerber: 'I always knew she was going to win Wimbledon'
  147. Istanbul 2019: Wednesday's Order of Play and Match Points
  148. Bertens bests Friedsam to claim first win in Stuttgart
  149. Kasatkina putting 'disaster' start behind her: 'I'm not panicking'
  150. Kerber in pursuit of Career Slam at Roland Garros: 'It is the greatest challenge'
  151. Osaka, Halep, Kvitova battle it out for No.1 in Stuttgart
  152. Martic rallies past Zidansek in Istanbul opener
  153. Cadantu grafts past Peng in Anning, defending champion Khromacheva retires
  154. Former champs Parmentier, Buyukakcay looming in Istanbul 2019 draw
  155. Stephens, Kenin seal U.S. Fed Cup win over Switzerland
  156. Spain returns to World Group behind Suárez Navarro heroics
  157. Konta, Boulter pick up Fed Cup wins to send Great Britain past Kazakhstan
  158. Halep grinds past Garcia in nearly three-hour Fed Cup epic
  159. Stuttgart 2019 Draw: No.1 seed Osaka lands in tough quarter
  160. Azarenka, Barty cruise to send Fed Cup SF to doubles
  161. Golubic shocks, Stephens wins; Swiss and USA even in Fed Cup
  162. Putintseva dashes British dreams, levels tie in Fed Cup thriller
  163. Suárez Navarro rescues Spain, levels tie against Belgium
  164. Halep gets Romania off to winning start in Fed Cup semis
  165. Brilliant Barty draws Australia level with Belarus in Fed Cup SF
  166. Germany opens large lead on Latvia as Fed Cup weekend gets underway
  167. 'Dasha, sausage...agedashi tofu' - Gavrilova pranks Stosur with funny Fed Cup intervi
  168. Sharapova out of Stuttgart: ‘I’m just not ready to compete at the highest level’
  169. Evert: Osaka is 'a potential champion for years to come'
  170. Halep’s strength makes Romania Fed Cup favorites to beat France – Benneteau
  171. Clay Court Power Rankings: Charleston champ Keys surges up, Halep and Bertens hold fi
  172. Beyond Svitolina: Behind the scenes of Ukraine's surge in tennis talent
  173. Social buzz: Osaka putting in practice, Konta, Safarova and more have Fed Cup fun
  174. Who's Playing Where: Osaka, Halep, Kvitova lead Top 20 into battle on clay
  175. ‘It’s like I’m two different people’ – Sabalenka opens up on her fiery character
  176. ‘Let’s keep it down’ – Resurgent Bencic wants to maintain low expectations
  177. 'The match with Halep gave me so much' - Miami epic inspires Hercog to Lugano crown
  178. Mladenovic officially adds former Osaka coach Sascha Bajin to team
  179. Porsche Race to Shenzhen Update: Top 20 hold position, new champions move in
  180. WTA Rankings 2019 Update: Kuznetsova back into Top 100, Anisimova climbs
  181. 'It's a huge deal' - Anisimova revels in first WTA title after Bogota epic
  182. Anisimova fights past Sharma to claim first title in Bogota
  183. Hercog halts Swiatek to lift third trophy in Lugano
  184. Sharma stuns Arruabarrena to book first WTA final in Bogota
  185. Anisimova digs deep to reach Bogota final, outlasts Haddad Maia
  186. Swiatek soars into first WTA final in Lugano
  187. Hercog slides past Ferro into first Lugano final
  188. Anisimova outlasts Osorio Serrano in teenage Bogota battle
  189. Sharma slides past Errani to reach first semifinal in Bogota
  190. Kvitova and Keys join Konta as early Birmingham entries
  191. Pliskova withstands Kuznetsova in epic Lugano quarterfinal
  192. Swiatek swishes past Lapko to make maiden SF in Lugano
  193. Fed Cup 2019: Who's playing where next weekend?
  194. Bogota 2019: Friday's Order of Play and Match Points
  195. Lugano 2019: Friday's Order of Play and Match Points
  196. Arruabarrena battles back into Bogota quarterfinals
  197. Kuznetsova grounds Bacsinszky in Lugano second round
  198. Swiatek sinks Kuzmova for first WTA QF in Lugano
  199. ‘My next goal is to win a Grand Slam’ – Kenin plots route to become WTA World No.1
  200. Bogota 2019: Thursday's Order of Play and Match Points
  201. Haddad Maia stuns defending champion Schimedlova in Bogota Haddad Maia stuns defendin
  202. Hercog clears Cirstea hurdle, survives showers in Lugano
  203. Unraveling Athena: Tennis greats feature in new film
  204. Julie Heldman grapples with her place in WTA history in new book - 'We really were ou
  205. Ahn saves match points to overcome Ostapenko in Bogota shocker
  206. Arruabarrena fights past Babos in Bogota opener
  207. Lottner stuns Bencic in Lugano
  208. Hercog stuns Suárez-Navarro to make Lugano progress
  209. Anisimova rallies past Lisicki in Bogota debut
  210. Haddad Maia sinks Siegemund, sets up Schmiedlova clash in Bogota
  211. Champions Corner: Madison Keys comes to terms on clay - 'I've held a little bit of a
  212. Porsche Race to Shenzhen Update: Sliding into the clay season
  213. WTA Rankings Update 2019: Keys returns to Top 15, Azarenka on the rebound
  214. Muguruza defends Monterrey title as injured Azarenka retires
  215. Keys conquers Wozniacki to claim Charleston championship
  216. Azarenka downs Kerber to reach Monterrey final
  217. Muguruza motors into second straight Monterrey final
  218. Keys fends off Puig, rain to move into Charleston final
  219. Wozniacki beats Martic to reach first final of season in Charleston
  220. Monica Puig finds her zen in Charleston: ‘I feel more at peace on court’
  221. March 2019 Shot of the Month: Kirsten Flipkens
  222. Charleston 2019: Saturday's Order of Play and Match Points
  223. Monterrey 2019: Saturday's Order of Play and Match Points
  224. Monica Puig finds traction with new coaching team in Charleston
  225. Sloane Stephens finds her fight in Charleston: 'I was tired of losing! It sucks'
  226. Naomi Osaka signs deal with Nike, meets LeBron James
  227. Sakkari ends Bertens’ title defense in Charleston upset
  228. Osaka, Halep, Serena, and defending champion Svitolina headline Rome entries
  229. Pavlyuchenkova powers past Jorovic in Monterrey double bagel
  230. Keys maneuvers past Maria into Charleston third round
  231. Flipkens flies past Jakupovic into Monterrey quarterfinals
  232. 'I cried like crazy after the match': Sabalenka take lessons learned into clay season
  233. Wozniacki makes winning return to Charleston
  234. Ostapenko outlasts Rogers in Charleston comeback win
  235. Sabalenka overcomes Kozlova in Charleston second round
  236. Vote: March 2019 Player of the Month
  237. Wozniacki, Keys, Bertens, Goerges and BJK create buzz for Equal Pay Day
  238. Kerber grounds Kucova to kick off Monterrey campaign
  239. How Andrea Petkovic found inspiration in NFL quarterback Tom Brady - 'Tennis is a too
  240. Evolution of Prize Money: Fighting for equal pay
  241. Social buzz: Liverpool fan Wozniacki in dreamland
  242. ‘I couldn’t have written it any better’: Shelby Rogers’s ‘storybook’ Charleston comeb
  243. Flipkens flies past Danilovic into Monterrey second round
  244. Bencic slides past Aiava in Charleston opening round
  245. Kenin comeback lassoes Lisicki to kick off Charleston
  246. WTA Rankings Update 2019: Barty breaks Top 10, Kontaveit sets Estonian record
  247. Mertens & Sabalenka win 10th straight match to claim Miami title and Sunshine Double
  248. Kerber, Muguruza, Azarenka highlight star-studded 2019 Monterrey draw
  249. Pliskova plans clay court recharge after 'best ever' start to 2019
  250. Stephens, Bertens headline former champs in Volvo Car Open draw