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SINCE 2014, the world's top female tennis players have come to Singapore each year to compete in the season finale - the BNP Paribas Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Finals presented by SC...

THE southern Chinese city of Shenzhen will host the WTA Finals from 2019 for a decade with record prize money of US$14 million for the season-ending event - a move welcomed by the sport's top...

[MELBOURNE] Australia - The WTA Finals, the elite season-ending event for women's tennis, will leave Singapore after this year and begin a 10-year run in Shenzhen, China, from 2019 through 2028...

THE FINISH LINE

SIX days have passed since Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki won the biggest prize of her professional tennis career in Singapore, and I'm still suffering from a terrible case of tennis...

WTA FINALS SINGAPORE

IT is a Friday evening at the end of the work week and the Racquet Club - the VIP hospitality programme of Singapore's most prestigious tennis tournament - is a hive of activity...

WTA FINALS SINGAPORE

SHERMAN Lim, a client of OCBC Bank, had a rare opportunity to play some tennis with former world No 1 player Martina Navratilova last Saturday at the Singapore Sports Hub.

WTA FINALS SINGAPORE

CAROLINE Wozniacki has faced Venus Williams seven times in the past 10 years before the past weekend, and the Dane was on the losing end each time.

AT 37 years of age, Venus Williams is by far the oldest and most experienced competitor among the eight singles players taking part in this week's BNP Paribas Women's Tennis Association (...

WTA FINALS SINGAPORE

THOSE fortunate enough to be at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Wednesday evening will bear witness to a potentially classic tennis match between two of the sport's most talented players...

WTA FINALS SINGAPORE

KAROLINA Pliskova was probably just being humble when she described her impressive straight sets win over Venus Williams on Sunday as being tougher than it seemed.