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WTA boss says women 'ready, willing' for five sets


Singapore: Women's tennis boss Stacey Allaster Tuesday insisted her players were "ready and willing" to play five sets at Grand Slams after Andy Murray became the latest to call for equal match lengt

Hingis says singles not in comeback plans

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CARLSBAD, United States / California: Former world number one Martina Hingis, due to make her WTA comeback in doubles on Wednesday night, said she isn't considering a singles return.       "Not singl

Azarenka finishes the season as WTA top ranked player

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Victoria Azarenka of Belarus on Monday secured the end of year WTA top ranking, finishing the season 550 points ahead of Russian Maria Sharapova.

US star Serena Williams, who beat Sharapova in Sunday

Sania-Vesnina pair lifts 2nd WTA title together in Charleston


Sania Mirza and her Russian partner Elena Vesnina clinched their second WTA title together, lifting the Family Circle Cup doubles trophy with a straight-set triumph over Americans Bethanie Mattek-Sand

Sania-Edina in doubles QF at Guangzhou WTA event

Continuing her good run at the Guangzhou International Women's Open, Sania Mirza sealed a berth in the doubles quarter-finals along with Edina Gallovits, following a straight-set win over Sally Pears

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