Thanks to Ons Jabeur, Arab and African Girls Don’t Have to Be “the First”

Jabeur made history last Sunday. Here’s what it means for the growth of the sport. By: Alexandra Cadet In a...

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Ash Barty, Alysa Liu, and the Beauty of the Happy Retirement

Liu and Barty shockingly retired from their respective sports. Here’s why that’s actually a good thing. By Alexandra Cadet (WRITER’S...

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What You May Have Missed On This Year’s WTA Tour

Let’s unpack what’s happened––and look forward to what’s ahead––in the tennis world. By Alexandra Cadet With all of the chaos...

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Four Thoughts We Have About the Australian Open So Far

Another year, another climactic showdown in Melbourne.  By Alexandra Cadet The 2022 WTA Tour may have started fairly recently, but...

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The WTA Reaches a Thrilling Conclusion on the Court and Promises Big Changes off of It

Muguruza, Krejčíková, and Siniaková ended up victorious in the Finals, and the WTA makes a stand for the safety of...

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Russia Wins Big in Prague, Lifts The Billie Jean King Cup for the Fifth Time Ever

The current champions defeated Switzerland in the Final to cap off an exciting tournament. By Alexandra Cadet The 2021 Billie...

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Five WTA Players to Watch This Season

Keep an eye out for these players during the WTA’s slate of fall tournaments. By Alexandra Cadet The Indian Wells...

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Ash Barty Wins Wimbledon Title

It is only the second grand slam victory for the world number one. By Savannah Moore Ash Barty remains very...

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Barbora Krejčíková Wins Big at the 2021 French Open

A surprising group of contenders rise to the top at Roland Garros. By Savannah Moore Several stars made early exits...

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WTA European Tournaments: The Mutua Madrid Open and L’Open 35 de Saint-Malo

Two tournaments for two different stages of WTA stars. By Ashton Kowalski The Mutua Madrid Open kicked off on Thursday,...

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