BATTLE IS on for the remaining two WTA Finals spots in Singapore, after Radwanska, Kvitova and Kerber secured their places. But the spotlight in Singapore will be on two of women’s tennis hottest properties, Muguruza and Halep. They are the latest additions to the top-10 elite club and are currently No 2 and No 4 in the overall WTA rankings.
THE BATTLE for the remaining four places for the WTA Finals in Singapore goes down to the wire at the Tianjin Open from today and the Kremlin Cup in Moscow new week. Still in the running are Karolina Pliskova and Flavia Pennetta, who will all start in Tianjin, and Moscow-bound Lucie Safarova, Angelique Kerber and Carla Suarez Navarro. World No 2 Simona Halep, Maria Sharapova (3), Garbine Muguruza (5) and Petra Kvitova (4) have already booked their places.
THE BATTLE for spots for this month’s WTA Finals in Singapore is one of the tightest in recent years, with 11 players battling for the six places that’s up for grabs.
WUHAN — Ana Ivanovic continued her impressive progress through the draw at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open with a straight set victory over Madison Brengle.
AFTER THE first day of competition in the Wuhan Open yesterday, 21 players are in with a chance to fight for the remaining five spots in the WTA Finals in Singapore.
THE WOMEN’S Tennis Association’s ranking of the top eight players for next month’s WTA Finals is often mistaken for those in the leaderboard of its 52-week cumulative total.