Barbora Strycova overcame the rain and an in-form Jelena Jankovic to reach her first quarterfinal at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open.

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Quarterfinal action begins on Thursday in Wuhan with a pair of Top 10 clashes headlining the bill. Chris Oddo previews the matchups right here at wtatennis.com.

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Top-ranked Angelique Kerber has confirmed she will start 2017 at the Brisbane International tournament from Jan. 1 as she prepares to defend her Australian Open title

      
 

 

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Ana Ivanovic reached a major Twitter milestone this morning, becoming the latest WTA star to break the million followers mark. Follow her Twitter journey – as told by her best selfies!

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Johanna Konta keeps her Singapore hopes alive, while Simona Halep is within striking distance of qualifying for the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.

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“There comes a time when silence is betrayal.” Serena Williams took to social media and vowed to speak up on race issues – read her powerful message, right here on wtatennis.com.

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Kristyna Pliskova Into Tashkent QF

September 28, 2016
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Kristyna Pliskova continued to build on a successful September with an upset victory over No.5 seed Kurumi Nara; No.2 seed Kirsten Flipkens won a thriller over Maria Sakkari.

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Agnieszka Radwanska bolstered her case for Singapore with an emphatic win over rival Caroline Wozniacki, advancing into the quarterfinals of the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open.

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A low-ranked South African tennis player has been banned from the sport for life for attempting to fix matches

      
 

 

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South African Joshua Chetty is banned for life from professional tennis after being found guilty of match-fixing offences.

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