Social buzz: Christmas in the WTA world

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WTA players are sharing their Christmas tree snaps on social media and wishing their followers a happy holiday season. Agnieszka Radwanska is enjoying her first Christmas with son Jakub, Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki hugged...

Julia Goerges ends her pro tennis career

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Julia Goerges of Germany has announced her retirement from tennis. The former world No.9 broke the news on Facebook: I always knew how I would feel when it is time to say goodbye to you, and...

Rome PHOTOS: Vika arrives in Rome, first round kicks off

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Main-draw action started on Monday at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia. Our photographer Jimmie48 attended a half of today's first-round matches and caught up with a number of top players who are awaiting their openers...

This is what Asics-sponsored WTA players will wear at US Open and Roland Garros

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Caroline Garcia, Iga Swiatek and Zhang Shuai will all wear apparel from Asics' Fall 2020 tennis collection and the Gel Resolution 8 tennis shoes at the upcoming US Open, as well as at the...

Babolat equips players with new Pure Drive tennis racquet in time for the US Open

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So many tennis players are resuming the season with new racquets. After Serena Williams' unveiling of the Wilson Blade SW102 Autograph and Naomi Osaka's limited-edition Yonex EZONE, Babolat-sponsored WTA stars are showing their new...

Rain pushes Svitolina vs. Kvitova Berlin final to Friday, Goerges withdraws injured

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Wednesday at the Bett1 Aces was all about bad luck, just as the entire 2020 season so far -- first it was announced that Julia Goerges won't be able to play the second part...

Goerges retires against Sevastova, Kvitova beats Petkovic at Bett1 Aces in Berlin

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The Bett1 Aces tournament kicked off in Berlin on Monday and the bad luck of the 2020 season also transferred to the WTA field at this unique exhibition played at two surfaces, as the...

Mid-July’s Berlin exhibition to allow up to 800 tennis fans in the stands

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Organizers of the mid-July's Bett1 Aces exhibition in Berlin have decided to allow up to 800 spectators per day, with strict hygiene and social distancing measures in place. The unique event will be played at...

Svitolina, Bertens, Goerges, Petkovic to play in Berlin in July

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After an eleven-year absence, tennis was supposed to return to Berlin this June, as the Premier-level Bett1 Open was added to the WTA schedule in 2020. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic forced all tournaments...

Julia Goerges presents new Asics outfit

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Had there not been for the COVID-19 pandemic, the French Open would've been in full swing now. Despite the lengthy hiatus in the tennis season, most sportswear companies have released new collections in time...