Laura Robson makes WTA tour comeback in Eastbourne

After being forced to stay away from WTA tour competition for 17 months, Britain’s Laura Robson has returned to top-flight tennis competition at the 2015 AEGON International in Eastbourne on Saturday. Robson went into almost...

Australian Open PHOTOS: Second-round WTA action on Day 3

Our Jimmie48 continues to deliver outstanding photos from the Australian Open. His coverage of second-round action on Day 3 included the end of Julia Goerges' 15-match winning streak, which was snapped by Alize Cornet,...

Robson’s and Bouchard’s US Open 2015 clothes

Laura Robson was actually the first player whose US Open apparel Nike showcased this August and the Brit was the first WTA star in the brand's campaign for the final Grand Slam of the...

Laura Robson dating Tom Ford underwear model James Yates

Former WTA world No.27 Laura Robson has officially made public her relationship with James Yates, posting a romantic photo of them together on Instagram on Saturday and thus joining our WTA Players and their...

Laura Robson back on court after thinking she would never recover from injuries

This week, former world No.27 Laura Robson stepped on the court for the first time in over a year, having recovered from her second hip surgery. The Brit posted a clip from her practice session...
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Laura Robson confirms retirement from tennis

Great Britain's Laura Robson hasn't played competitively since April 2019 and now she's officially hanging up her tennis racquet. In December 2020, Robson celebrated a return to the tennis court after her latest in the...

Agnieszka Radwanska pushes through into the second round of the China Open, Samantha Stosur out

Third seed Agnieszka Radwanska advanced into the second round of the China Open in Beijing on Sunday, just like top-seeded Serena Williams and seed No.4 Li Na, while 15th-seed Samatha Stosur suffered an elimination. Radwanska...
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Laura Robson suggests shorter tennis season, calls the sport non-eco-friendly

Speaking at an environmental panel event at Wimbledon, recently-retired Laura Robson noted that the tennis season is too packed, which negatively affects the longevity of players' careers, as well as the environment. The 28-year-old Robson,...
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