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(Reuters) - Factbox on Iga Swiatek, who defeated Sofia Kenin 6-4 6-1 to win her maiden Grand Slam title at the French Open on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez, the youngest woman left in the French Open draw, will look to continue her fairytale run on the Parisian clay when she takes on two-times Grand Slam champion Petra Kvitova in the third round on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Almost 60 years after Billie Jean King helped the United States win the inaugural Fed Cup, the team event is being re-named in honour of the greatest trailblazer in women's tennis.
LONDON (Reuters) - Women's tennis is very fortunate to have U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka as its new figurehead, according to one of the sport's greatest trailblazers Billie Jean King.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Victoria Azarenka put fellow Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka firmly in her place with an 6-1 6-3 victory in the second round of the U.S. Open on Thursday, further cementing her status as a dangerous floater in the women's draw.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japan's Naomi Osaka showed no signs of discomfort from the injury that forced her to miss a final on Saturday but the former U.S. Open champion had to dig deep to beat compatriot Misaki Doi 6-2 5-7 6-2 in her opener at Flushing Meadows.
(Reuters) - Briton Johanna Konta's decision to appoint Thomas Hogstedt as her coach to replace Dimitri Zavialoff is a "weird choice" as the Swede can be difficult to work with, her former Fed Cup team mate Laura Robson has said.
(Reuters) - Serena Williams said on Saturday the COVID-19 outbreak has not only given her a much needed stretch of downtime with her family, it has also turned her into a bit of a "neurotic" and "a recluse" given her past health scares.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Battling scheduling disruptions, social distancing breaches and unusual expense requests from players in biosecure hubs, the Australian Football League is ploughing on with grim determination to finish its season in the time of COVID-19.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka will play in next month's U.S. Open in New York, the 2018 champion's management team has told Reuters.