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Wanted: Permanent home for WTA Finals

Women's Tennis Association chief says it will evaluate all options for the Finals beyond 2018, hails Singapore as "great" host so far

Czech player Karolina Pliskova (left) put in a determined effort in her WTA Finals match on Wednesday, but lost in three sets to Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova.


THE Women's Tennis Association (WTA) is looking for a permanent home to stage its prestigious season-ending championships, said the Florida-based organisation's chief executive officer Steve Simon on Wednesday.

The tournament has been held in nine different cities since

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