Message from the Chairman of the Board

A message from Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, President of Leicester City. Today we share the loss and the pain of relegation together. But we will be back. We began this amazing journey together in 2010 when we came to Leicester City – a much-loved Championship club with great traditions and passionate fans. At the time, we had … Read more

From taking care of plants to conquering tiles

MADRID – Hsieh Su-Wei, one of the game’s most unique and professional shot makers, is back. The 37-year-old from Chinese Taipei has been keeping a low profile since choosing to pause her career after the 2021 season to give her body a well-deserved rest after 20 years of continuous playing in the Hologic WTA tour. … Read more

On her final lap, Strycova finds harmony between parenting and tennis

MADRID – Barbora Strycova steps briskly into the interview area, smiles subtly, almost unconsciously, shifts her rump from right hip to left and executes the appropriate handshake. She and that precious cargo, son Vincent, have been joined at the hip for 19 months. He has blond hair and blue eyes with the sweet and gentle … Read more

The most memorable moment of Petra Kvitova’s World Tennis Championships

When the WTA 1000 class began in 2009, Petra Kvitova was a steady 18-year-old rising prospect who won Hobart at the start of the year for her first singles title. Some of Kvitova’s similar age cohorts such as Victoria Azarenka, Agnieszka Radwanska and Caroline Wozniacki, had already climbed to the 15th spot. In her debut … Read more

Bouchard is still focused on his tennis career

MADRID – It was a routine qualifying win in relative obscurity on Court 3 at the Mutua Madrid Open. But for Eugenie Bouchard, it was a huge leap forward—and, at the same time, a blessed throwback to feeling backward. The 29-year-old Canadian defeated Elisabeth Mandlik 6-3 6-2 in the second round of qualifying on Tuesday. … Read more

Dates, draws, prize money and everything you need to know

The Hologic WTA Tour heads to the Spanish capital next week for the Mutua Madrid Open, the first WTA 1000 event of the clay court season. This year’s event features a larger field and expanded format that includes seven rounds of individual action over 13 days. Here’s what you need to know about the 13th … Read more

Gough and Pegula aren’t afraid of a little trash talk

MIAMI — After winning her second title of the season at the Miami Open on Sunday, Coco Gauff’s first priority was checking out the NCAA women’s basketball championship game. To the 19-year-old’s delight, LSU defeated Iowa to claim the program’s first title. Goff and Pegula won the Miami doubles. Fifth team title “My dad is … Read more

Proving the case of Rybakina and Kvitova

If Elena Rybakina’s runs through the Indian Wells and Miami draws is starting to sound vaguely familiar — that’s because it is. A year ago, the Grand Slam singles champion dusted the court at the BNP Paribas Open, then finished it off with a victory in Miami. This was Iga Suyatek. After 52 weeks, it’s … Read more

Pegula saves fit issues to win a overdue night time mystery in Miami

Miami – No. 3 Jessica Pegula stored two fit issues to advance to the WTA 1000 semi-finals, the place she defeated No. 26 Anastasia Potapova 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(2) within the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. Pegula, a semi-finalist in Miami remaining 12 months, turns into the primary American to achieve back-to-back semifinals in Miami since … Read more