Kontaveit wins Kremlin Cup in comeback over Alexandrova
Anett Kontaveit has twice came back from the brink of defeat to beat Ekaterina Alexandrova 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 and win the Kremlin Cup to stay in contention for a place at the WTA Finals
Trailing big, Anett Kontaveit comes up bigger to defeat Ekaterina Alexandrova in Moscow final, and keep WTA Finals hopes alive
The Estonian was down 6-4, 4-0 before a comeback saw her win her third title of 2021.
Daniil Medvedev: "Becoming the No. 1 in the world is still the goal"
The No. 2-ranked Russian is currently 1,800 points behind Novak Djokovic on the ATP rankings.
All-Top 15 final in Antwerp as Jannik Sinner faces Diego Schwartzman
The No. 13-ranked Italian and the No. 14-ranked Argentine will be playing each other for the first time.
Anett Kontaveit, who’s into the Moscow final, has now won 20 of her last 22 matches
She faces Ekaterina Alexandrova in the women's final in Moscow. Marin Cilic plays Aslan Karatsev in the men's.
The Possibility of Unity: Roger Federer reignited Billie Jean King's dream of an ATP-WTA merger
The ATP and the WTA have done collabs over the years. What about a merger? Over the last two years, there’s been more momentum to make that happen than ever.
Ashleigh Barty won't defend WTA Finals title after ending 2021 season
"It was a difficult decision but I need to prioritize my body and my recovery from our 2021 season," the world No. 1 said in a statement. Continuing COVID-19 travel and quarantine restrictions were also factors.
Jenson Brooksby completes Antwerp’s semifinal lineup in setting Schwartzman showdown
Top seed Jannik Sinner will meet No. 7 seed Lloyd Harris in the first final-four clash Saturday at the European Open.
Ekaterina Alexandrova halts Sabalenka to reach Kremlin Cup semifinals; gets Sakkari next in Moscow
Aryna Sabalenka’s first tournament since testing positive for the coronavirus ended after only two matches.
What’s still at stake in 2021? More than you might think
Looking ahead to Novak Djokovic’s return; year-end races to new places—Turin and Guadalajara; and the return of Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup, two old team events that could feel new again.
In Moscow, Aryna Sabalenka reflects on contracting COVID-19 and major semifinal experiences
"The play was very nervous, and I would have gone back to these matches to worry less," the Belarusian said regarding this year's Wimbledon and US Open exits.