Barty looks to kickstart season in Adelaide
Ashleigh Barty plans to use next week's ATP-WTA Adelaide International to put the final polish on her Australian Open preparations after a shock defeat in Brisbane.
Barty beaten in Brisbane, Serena Williams through in Auckland
World number one Ashleigh Barty lost her first match of the year as she was beaten by qualifier Jennifer Brady at the Brisbane International. Australia’s Barty, who had a first-round bye
Osaka returns to top three after seeing off Barty in Beijing
Naomi Osaka's win over world number one Ashleigh Barty in Beijing at the weekend lifted the Japanese player back into the top three in the new WTA rankings released on Monday.
Osaka beats world number one Barty to win China Open
Naomi Osaka won a second tournament on the spin as she fought back from a set down to defeat world number one Ashleigh Barty in the China Open final on Sunday.
Serena rolls ankle and US Open rival as Barty, Pliskova fall
Serena Williams overcame an injury scare to maintain her pursuit of a record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title at the US Open on Sunday while Roland Garros champion Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova crashed out in the last 16.
Osaka halts Coco Gauff’s dream run as first week ends
Naomi Osaka justified her world ranking with her 6/3, 6/0 victory over Cori Gauff in a U.S Open third-round match at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. The 15-year old American sensation ranked 140, entered the draw as a wild card, after her sterling debut at the Championships, Wimbledon
Federer, Barty, Stephen, Johnson advance on American Independence Day
The fourth day of the Championships, Wimbledon featured many Americans in action on their nation’s July 4 Independence Day.
Ashleigh Barty wins French Open title
Ashleigh Barty defeated Marketa Vondrousova of Czech Republic 6/1; 6/3 to win the Suzanne Lenglen trophy. The 23-year-old woman became the first Australian to win at Roland Garros since 1973 when Margaret Smith Court emerged champion.
Rain rescues faltering Djokovic at Roland Garros
Rain came to the rescue of Novak Djokovic on Saturday as the world number one was staring at defeat against Dominic Thiem in the Roland Garros semi-finals. Djokovic, bidding to become just the second man in history to hold all Grand Slam titles at the same time twice, was trailing 1-4 in the final set…