ITALIAN OPEN: WTA predictions are the hardest of guessing games right now, but Petra Kvitova, Karolina Pliskova and more in-form clay-courters could go deep.
MADRID OPEN: Karolina Pliskova is the highest-ranked player in the semifinals, but who has been the best on clay this season?
MADRID OPEN: Simona Halep targets a third straight Mutua Madrid Open crown. But it's a strong draw.
WTA FINALS: Should Simona Halep be world no. 1? It depends whether or not you equate it with "world's best."
WTA INDIAN WELLS: Now the event has reached the second round stage, it's really begun. Here's my draw breakdown and predictions.
Abigail Johnson and Sarah Claire rate the Australian Open performances of several (random) ATP and WTA players.
AUSTRALIAN OPEN JOURNAL: Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev produced a dramatic battle exploding with quality, and other stories.
Serena Williams played a third of the tournaments that Angelique Kerber contested in 2016, and will rise back up in 2017.
Two years. Two WTA Finals champions with a 3-2 win/loss record. Surely the time has come to consider an alternative to the Round Robin format?
Once, early success marked you out for tennis stardom. Now, Garbine Muguruza and Angelique Kerber are suggesting this formula is outdated.