Having been ranked a career-high 12th in 2012, successive ankle and shoulder injuries have set Sabine Lisicki back. She is currently 690th in the world.
Take money from doubles and give it to singles qualifiers, Challengers, suggests Marion Bartoli to help players outside top-100
Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has recommended reducing the doubles events and give that money to lower-levels to bridge pay gap in tennis.
Mary Pierce interview: Pressures of fame difficult to handle for younger players like Naomi Osaka, says former Roland Garros champion
Former Roland Garros and Australian Open champion Mary Pierce touched base on wide range of topics such as level of women's tennis today, the unpredictability, rise of Coco Gauff and return of Kim Clijsters.
US Open 2019: 'Play Serena Williams, not her history,' coach Thomas Drouet tells Wang Qiang ahead of quarter-final match
Her coach compares her to Rafael Nadal, and China's Wang Qiang will need to conjure up a performance worthy of the Spanish star when she tackles 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams in Tuesday's US Open quarter-finals.
French Open 2019: Usual suspects Gael Monfils, Caroline Garcia lead France's bid to end 19-year wait for singles title
The last female Roland Garros champion from France was Mary Pierce, in the year 2000. For the last French male champion you have to go a further 17 years back, to Yannick Noah in 1983
Sharapova's preparation for the grass season finale at Wimbledon has been far from ideal. She has skipped all the tune-up tournaments, and as she returns to the venue where she first won a major, the Russian ace would look to rewind the clock.
Mauresmo, who turns 39 on 5 July, was captain of the Fed Cup team in 2015 and 2016, and led them from the second division to the final of the competition, which they lost to the Czech Republic in Strasbourg.
Bartoli was forced to pull out of an exhibition event at Wimbledon last year because of the virus, which medical experts said was so rare they had no name for it.
Bartoli's comeback is reminiscent of those made by the likes of Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin, and Swiss former World No 1 Martina Hingis.
Jana Novotna will be remembered by most of her mourning colleagues for her open, brave smile. But it is the image of a tearful Novotna, being consoled by the Duchess of Kent, that will remain ever-alive in tennis memory.
Wimbledon 2017: Marion Bartoli reveals she was suffering from swine flu, feared she would die at SW19
Former French Tennis star, Marion Bartoli says 'Dying at Wimbledon will be acceptable' as she returns after life-threatening illness for her commentating job at the Wimbledon.
Karolina Pliskova secured her third title of the season after breaking Wozniacki once in both sets to win the Eastbourne Inernational title.
Through her quest, as interrupted as it has been, Serena Williams has pushed the envelope farther than any woman in tennis.
Former Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli said on Thursday she fears for her life after picking up a mystery virus which has caused dramatic weight loss.
Bartoli retired at 29 after winning the coveted Wimbledon singles title in 2013.
Former men's world number four Forget said the decision announced after a second-round defeat by Romanian Simona Halep at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati sounded too hasty.
After a second round loss to Romanian Simona Halep at the Western and Southern Open, the Frenchwoman walked into the media room and said: "I just can't do it anymore".
The principals who find themselves the subjects of such remarks rarely make it out of the ensuing media circus gracefully, but the Bartolis are proving themselves rare exceptions.
Women’s tennis has become a game played by beautiful people. How does it become a beautiful game, independent of the looks of its players?