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  • Rankings: Osaka enters top-10

    Madrid : Romania’s Simona Halep continued to lead Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings released on Monday, ahead of Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki.

  • Pliskova stays on top of WTA rankings

    Madrid : Czech tennis player Karolina Pliskova continued to lead the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings released on Monday with 6,751 points.

  • Injured Sharapova out of Wimbledon

    Moscow : Russian Maria Sharapova has announced that she will not be able to take part in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) tournament in Birmingham and the season’s third Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon due to a thigh injury she suffered in Rome.

  • WTA rankings: Serena Williams maintains top spot

    Madrid:) United States tennis player Serena Williams continued to lead the Women’s Tennis Association world rankings released on Monday, with 7,010 points.

  • Serena Williams leads WTA rankings

    Madrid:  American tennis player Serena Williams led the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) world rankings on Monday. German Angelique Kerber came second with 7405 points, followed by Czech Karolina Pliskova with 5640.

  • Maria Sharapova removed from women’s rankings

    Moscow : Suspended Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova was removed from the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) singles rankings, according to a report on the organisation’s website on Monday.

  • Sharapova will know in October if her doping ban goes

    Moscow: Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova will find out in the first week of October if her two-year doping ban will be overturned, the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Tuesday.

  • Novak Djokovic, Serena retain top spot

    London : With 16,790 points, Serbian Novak Djokovic held on to his top rank in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world singles rankings released on Monday.

  • Martina Hingis joins Sania Mirza on World No.1 spot

    Melbourne : More than 15 years after she reigned supreme at the top of the women’s doubles rankings, Swiss tennis great Martina Hingis has reclaimed the World No.1 rank. The 35-year-old has joined doubles partner Sania Mirza as co-World No.1 in the latest Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings released here on Saturday.

  • Sania Mirza

    Sania becoming world number 1 is great achievement in Indian sports history

    New Delhi : All India Tennis Association (AITA) chief Anil Khanna on Monday hailed tennis ace Sania Mirza becoming the world number one in tennis doubles as one of the greatest achievements in Indian sporting history. “Sania becoming the world number one is one of the greatest achievements for any Indian woman sportsperson in the history of Indian sports. It is a matter of great achievement for any Indian sports person,” Khanna said. Sania