Fun in the sun: WTA stars enjoy off-season vibes on the beach
A grueling 2021 season came to an end last week, allowing the game’s top women to take a long overdue vacation. Check out some of the best images from their Instagrams.
The Pole made her major breakthrough at Roland Garros, winning the title in 2020 and reaching the quarters as defending champion in 2021.
The world No. 1, who last played at the US Open, shared the news on social media.
The Norwegian rallied from a set and a break down to score his first win over Rublev in five attempts and book a semifinal clash with defending champion Daniil Medvedev.
Premiering in theaters November 19, the film provides essential context to the family and early career of superstars Venus and Serena.
The former world No. 1 is projected to return to the Top 3 in the WTA rankings for the first time since 2018 after winning eight straight sets in Guadalajara.
The former doubles No. 1 disappeared from social media after detailing a toxic relationship with an ex-Communist Party official, causing fans and fellow players to worry about her whereabouts.