Great Britain is proud: Konta shocks Halep in Wuhan

The Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open has had a fair share of upsets and injury withdrawals of big WTA names, but the greatest shock was made by British Johanna Konta on Wednesday, when she sent home...

Johanna Konta makes history for Great Britain, Zhang Shuai’s dream run is still on!

British world No.47 Johanna Konta made her first ever Grand Slam quarterfinals with a close 4-6 6-4 8-6 victory over seed No.21 Ekaterina Makarova on Monday in Melbourne, the win also being the first Australian Open...

Angerlique Kerber and Johanna Konta make the Aussie Open semifinals

Angelique Kerber has finally managed to beat Victoria Azarenka, getting past the Belarusian former world #1 for the first time in Melbourne on Wednesday. The seventh try finally proved to be Kerber’s time as the...

My Top 5 talking points from Melbourne 2016 – The Australian Open

Sportswriter and broadcaster David Fearnhead, Women's Tennis Blog's long-time contributor, shares his Top 5 talking points from the Australian Open 2016. Well, the first Grand Slam of the year has delivered. Seeds tumbles in shock upsets,...

Johanna Konta throwback photo: Big blue eyes of the future tennis star

Johanna Konta celebrates her 25th birthday today and it is my pleasure to join the celebration by featuring this lovely baby photo of the highest-ranked British player. Look at those blue eyes! Johanna Konta was born in...

Photos from the Aegon International – Round 2 complete

After plenty of rain in Eastbourne on Monday, it was all blue skies and sunshine at the 2016 Aegon International on Tuesday and the tournament’s second round wrapped up. Unfortunately, the event has already said...

Photos from the Aegon International – Quarterfinals are (almost) set

The third round of the 2016 Aegon International in Eastbourne completed on Wednesday and the final Wimbledon lead-up tournament is quickly heading towards its exciting conclusion. Wednesday had plenty of reasons for the local fans...

Konta defeats Puig for first Wimbledon win

World No.19 Johanna Konta is the first British woman seeded at Wimbledon since 1984, but besides making history for her country, the 25-year-old today made history for her tennis career, winning a main-draw match at SW19 for the...

Bank of the West Classic: Quarterfinals – Ups-Downs & Contrasts

Our contributor Karen Helf is in Stanford this week and we're glad to feature her reports straight from the WTA grounds of the Bank of the West Classic. Friday, July 22nd was another day of...

Johanna Konta serves her way into first WTA final

Saturday afternoon at the Bank of the West Classic, Johanna Konta (GBR) defeated Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) 6-4, 6-2, earning her place in the Sunday's singles final. This match was all about Konta’s serve and steady...
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