Juan Ignacio makes the argument against two-week Masters events.
Tag Archives: WTA
Iga Świątek: Frontrunner or Fighter?
Iga Świątek is a deadly closer once in the lead, but does she struggle to win matches from a deficit?
Iga Świątek’s developing rivalries with Sabalenka, Rybakina, and other power hitters could be an inflection point in the history of women’s tennis.
Hamburg: A Fallen Giant on the Tennis Tour
Hamburg might now be a relatively irrelevant post-Wimbledon clay tournament, but it used to have serious prestige.
What to Look Forward to in February
The Australian Open is over. What should you watch next?
Aryna Sabalenka Has Her Moment
Owen recaps the outstanding Sabalenka-Rybakina final.
Owen recaps the women’s semifinals at the Australian Open.
The Next Phase for Iga Świątek
What did Świątek-Rybakina tell us about the Australian Open and the tour in general?
Diana Shnaider: When Insane Talent is Not Enough
Talent, as important as it is, isn’t enough to be a successful tennis player. You need financial backing as well.
Blink and You’ll Miss It
Though first-round matches are often of little consequence in a tournament, both Pegula and Cristian faced a lot of pressure.