Radwanska again in the longest match of the tournament, this time victorious

Agnieszka Radwanska was the protagonist in two longest matches of the 2012 WTA Championships. After defeating defending champion Petra Kvitova at the opening of the $4,900,000 tournament, the Pole toiled for three hours and 12 minutes...

Comparison of January WTA ranking predictions to the 2012 year-end outcome

In January this year, Women's Tennis Blog's faithful contributor John Bolan was brave enough to share with the world his predictions about the 2012 year-end ranking and asked you to join him in foretelling...

Five WTA questions for the upcoming 2013 season

Off-season is a period of reflecting on the season behind us and trying to predict the year ahead based on the information we currently have. Marine of Tennis Notebook poses five big questions for the...

Join John Bolan in his 2013 year-end ranking prediction and win a Top 10 WTA player autograph

Last year our great contributor John Bolan merged his courage and talent for tennis predictions and shared with us as early as in January how he thought the season-ending WTA Top 10 would look...

Statistical approach: Based on the Australian Open past, how will Top 8 WTA seeds perform in 2013?

Omair has been a regular contributor on Women's Tennis Blog, but now he has his own website and in the days leading up to the Australian Open he employed his love of stats to...

Defending champion Radwanska falls in Dubai quarterfinals

Just as we said that the Dubai draw opened up for titleholder Agnieszka Radwanska with withdrawals of Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams, the Pole went out to Petra Kvitova 6-2 6-4 in the quarterfinals, who...

Errani and Kvitova to meet in Dubai final

The fight for the prestigious Dubai title and $442,198 in prize money will feature fifth seed Sara Errani and sixth seed Petra Kvitova. Errani got past her good friend and doubles partner Roberta Vinci, who...

Kvitova ends six-month title drought with Dubai title

Petra Kvitova earned her first WTA title in six months and the tenth in her career by winning the battle against Sara Errani. Before last week's Doha, Kvitova hadn't won back-to-back matches since the 2012...

Niculescu wins in Florianopolis, Pliskova in Kuala Lumpur, Errani in Acapulco

Past week featured three $235,000 WTA events and we got two first-time titlists and one player who defended her title. At the WTA Brasil Tennis Cup in Florianopolis, world No.75 Monica Niculescu survived a triple match...

Kirilenko scores another upset at Indian Wells, awaits Sharapova in the semis

After taking out third seed Agnieszka Radwanska in the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open, Maria Kirilenko upset fifth seed Petra Kvitova in the quarterfinals, switching from Radwanska’s long rallies to Kvitova’s power...
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