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: 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: '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."
Mumbai Open's main draw to start from Tuesday to avoid clash with India-West Indies ODI at Brabourne Stadium
The area of concern for the Mumbai Open organisers seems to have been the fact that the players' lounge is right next to a part of the Brabourne Stadium's east stand.
Mumbai Open: Indian No 3 Pranjala Yadlapalli qualifies for first WTA event after beating Oksana Kalashnikova in straight sets
Indian number 3 Pranjala Yadlapalli beat Georgian opponent Oksana Kalashnikova 6-4. 6-3 in just above an hour to qualify for her first ever WTA event in the Mumbai Open
Mumbai Open: World No 57 Zheng Saisai named top seed; former World No 2 Vera Zvonareva, Sabine Lisicki also in fray
Zheng has two singles and three doubles WTA titles to her credit, while Jakupovic has two WTA doubles titles.
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.
Dalila Jakupovic set herself up in line for a double crown at Mumbai Open by rallying from a set down to overcome her higher-ranked opponent Sabina Sharipova.
The quarter-final appearance at the Mumbai Open and victories over players ranked higher than her are a timely, much-needed boost for Ankita Raina.
Ankita Raina fought tooth and nail against Amandine Hesse but succumbed after an hour, 48 minutes with the French woman winning 6-3, 7-6 (4).
Mumbai Open: Rutuja Bhosale loses to Deniz Khazaniuk, leaving Ankita Raina sole Indian in singles event
An erratic Rutuja Bhosale, blowing hot and cold, went down in straight sets to higher-ranked Israeli opponent and qualifier Deniz Khazaniuk in the singles first round of the $125,000 L&T Mumbai Open in Mumbai on Tuesday as the Indian challenge dwindled in the WTA event.
MSLTA had recently bagged the hosting rights of India's ATP World Tour event, Chennai Open and it was re-branded as Maharashtra Open, to be held in Pune.