Stosur Back In The Top 100

Samantha Stosur was once ranked as high as number four back in 2011. That was the year following her win of the US Open title.  Stosur has not won a singles title since 2017 and her singles career took a hit because of a wrist injury. Fortunately for the Australian, her doubles career has been…

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Elena Rybakina Vaults Up The Rankings

If you have never heard of her, keep an eye on Elena Rybakina. The twenty-year-old Kazakhstani may just have announced her arrival in Bucharest. She never dropped a set the entire tournament and dismantled the home crowd favorite, Patricia Maria Tig, 6-2, 6-0 to claim the BRD Bucharest Open title as her first career singles…

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Ostapenko’s Ranking Plummets

Mover Of The Week: Jelena Ostapenko What has happened to Jelena Ostapenko’s game? Once ranked as high as number five, the 2017 Roland Garros champion is beginning to realize that she must fix her serve. Her serve has always been a liability; however, she protected it better by being more consistent with her ground strokes….

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