Mumbai Open: WTA 125K event's future under threat after being skipped in 2019, could drop to ITF level
Mumbai Open, played at the $125K level on the women's tour, will not be taking place this year and its status remains under question for the future.
L&T Mumbai Open: Champions Natela Dzalamidze, Veronika Kudermetova rediscover winning formula en-route to second WTA title
Natela Dzalamidze and Veronika Kudermetova stormed to a victory in the L&T Mumbai Open, winning the tournament without dropping a single set along the way to the final.
L&T Mumbai Open: Luksika Kumkhum clinches first WTA title with comeback win over Irina Khromacheva in final
Luksika Kumkhum received $20,000 for her triumph, besides bagging 160 WTA points, while Irina Khromacheva picked up the $11,000 cheque and 95 WTA points.
L&T Mumbai Open: Luksika Kumkhum keeps first WTA title hopes alive with clinical victory against Margarita Gasparyan
Kuksika Kumkhum expertly dispatched big-hitting Russian Margarita Gasparyan on her way to the L&T Mumbai Open final, where she will take on Irina Khromacheva in her bid to win her first title.
L&T Mumbai Open: Japanese-Georgian doubles pair of Nao Hibino, Oksana Kalashnikova bridge linguistic divide through tennis
While on the surface, Nao Hibino and Oksana Kalashnikova may look like they have nothing in common, their differences are what makes them a lethal doubles pair.
L&T Mumbai Open: Ankita Raina runs out of steam against Danka Kovinic as Indian challenge ends in singles
Against Bhosale, Raina played with determination, grit and a bit of luck. Within 16 hours, she was back battling it out on court but perhaps ran out of luck as she lost to Danka Kovinic to end the Indian challenge at the Mumbai Open.
L&T Mumbai Open: Pranjala Yadlapalli ousted after coming within two points of memorable win over Luksika Kumkhum
Despite losing after coming within two points of a well-deserved victory, Pranjala Yadlapalli can take heart from the manner in which she faced a player of Luksika Kumkhum's calibre.
L&T Mumbai Open: India's Karman Kaur Thandi loses in straight sets to top seed Saisai Zheng of China
India No 2 Karman Kaur Thandi made a tame exit from the L&T Mumbai Open as she lost in straight sets to top-seeded Chinese Saisai Zheng in the singles first round at the Cricket Club of India courts on Wednesday.
L&T Mumbai Open: Sachia Vickery calls off season after aggravating knee injury, but promises improvement in 2019
Sachia Vickery has had a 2018 filled with its share of ups and downs, but the American has shown great promise in recent years, and will hope to return to form as soon as possible.
LISTEN: Full script of Episode 73 of Spodcast where we discuss Sourav Ganguly's letter to BCCI, Sabine Lisicki's exit and more
Here's the full script of Episode 73, where we discuss Sourav Ganguly's letter to the BCCI, NorthEast United's win over Delhi Dynamos, Mumbai Open tennis results, Pro Kabaddi League and more
Firstpost Spodcast Episode 73: Sourav Ganguly writes to BCCI, NorthEast United's dominating win and more on our daily podcast
Sourav Ganguly's letter to the BCCI, NorthEast United's win over Delhi Dynamos, Mumbai Open tennis results, Pro Kabaddi League – we discuss these stories and more on Episode 73 of Spodcast.
L&T Mumbai Open: Back on comeback trail, Sabine Lisicki stutters yet again but hopes to 'turn things around one day'
Sabine Lisicki is finding life on the comeback trail, a bit tougher than she expected. She was out for most of 2018 with a shoulder injury and has only played 23 matches so far winning only seven.
L&T Mumbai Open: 'Aggressive' Nao Hibino neutralises Sabine Lisicki's potent serve to enter into second round
After her win over Sabine Lisicki, Nao Hibino said, "I wasn't aggressive enough the last time we played each other. But today, each time I got a chance, I went for the kill."
L&T Mumbai Open: Ex-Wimbledon finalist Sabine Lisicki, third seed Sachia Vickery make early exits from tournament
Third seed Sachia Vickery of the US and former Wimbledon runner-up Sabine Lisicki of Germany made early exits after being beaten in the first round of the USD 125,000 L&T Mumbai Open tennis tournament
Meet Aryna Sabalenka, the 19-year-old rising star from Belarus, who won her first WTA title at Mumbai Open
Aryna Sabalenka won her maiden WTA title at the Mumbai Open. Her power game and determined approach make her one of the rising star to watch out for.