Ailing Peng Shuai decides to skip season
Ailing Peng Shuai decides to skip season

Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai became one of the casualties of French Open as the 24th seed managed just 33 minutes of play at Stade Roland Garros here.

French Open 2015 wildcards announced
French Open 2015 wildcards announced

The French Tennis Federation has named eight wildcards apiece for the 2015 French Open men's and women's singles main draw.

Peng Shuai loses to Tsvetana Pironkova in Dubai Open tennis
Peng Shuai loses to Tsvetana Pironkova in Dubai Open tennis

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai lost in a neck-and-neck match against Bulgarian Tsvetana Pironkova in the second round of the women's annual Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships here.

Monica Puig makes Pattaya semis as Russians falter
Monica Puig makes Pattaya semis as Russians falter

Puerto Rico`s Monica Puig confidently dispatched Japan`s Misaki Doi in the WTA Pattaya Open with a straight sets 6-4, 6-2 victory Friday, booking herself a place in the semi-finals.

Evgeniya Rodina trumps Kurumi Nara in second Pattaya upset
Evgeniya Rodina trumps Kurumi Nara in second Pattaya upset

Russia`s Evgeniya Rodina comfortably dispatched Japan`s Kurumi Nara in another surprise upset at Pattaya Thursday to make it through to the third round of the WTA tournament.

Top seed Peng Shuai tumbles out in Pattaya upset
Top seed Peng Shuai tumbles out in Pattaya upset

 China`s top ranked player Peng Shuai tumbled out of the Thailand Pattaya Open in a three set loss to Japan`s Misaki Doi, as two-time champion Vera Zvonareva advanced to the third round also at the expense of a Chinese player.

China`s Peng Shuai lays down marker in Thailand
China`s Peng Shuai lays down marker in Thailand

Top seeded Peng Shuai of China breezed into the second round of Thailand`s Pattaya Open on Tuesday dispatching her Russian opponent with a routine 6-3, 6-2 victory.

Australian Open: Halep joins Sharapova​, Makarova in quarters; Nadal, Berdych, Kyrgios through
Australian Open: Halep joins Sharapova​, Makarova in quarters; Nadal, Berdych, Kyrgios through

Maria Sharapova was all business as she raced into the Australian Open quarter-finals on Sunday to set up a glamour showdown with rising star Eugenie Bouchard.

Maria Sharapova returns to form to reach fourth round
Maria Sharapova returns to form to reach fourth round

Maria Sharapova proved her second-round scare against Alexandra Panova was no more than a blip as she destroyed Zarina Diyas 6-1 6-1 to charge into the Australian Open fourth round on Friday.

Vera Zvonareva ousts Peng Shuai in Shenzhen

Former world number two Vera Zvonareva, who has plummeted to 250 in the rankings, took her first steps in a 2015 comeback attempt by ousting home favourite and number three seed Peng Shuai at the Shenzhen Open on Monday.

Petra Kvitova overcomes Peng Shuai to power through in China
Petra Kvitova overcomes Peng Shuai to power through in China

World number three Petra Kvitova opened her campaign to win a second consecutive tournament in China in commanding style Wednesday as she dumped out home-crowd favourite Peng Shuai in the $5.4 million China Open.

Agnieszka Radwanska off the mark in Seoul title defence
Agnieszka Radwanska off the mark in Seoul title defence

Top seed Agnieszka Radwanska hammered Polona Hercog Tuesday as she set out on a quest to successfully defend a title for the first time at the WTA Korea Open.

Top seed Sabine Lisicki fights back to win Hong Kong Open
Top seed Sabine Lisicki fights back to win Hong Kong Open

Sabine Lisicki justified her top seeding by winning the inaugural WTA Hong Kong Open 7-5, 6-3 against Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic on Sunday.

Peng Shuai will still double up despite singles success
Peng Shuai will still double up despite singles success

Peng Shuai said Thursday she still intends to play a hectic doubles schedule despite making it to the last four of a Grand Slam singles for the first time last week.

China set to crank up the gold medal machine again at Incheon Asian Games
China set to crank up the gold medal machine again at Incheon Asian Games

With huge resources, a Soviet-style sports regime geared to churning out champions and an insatiable desire to win gold, the question is not whether China will top the medal standings at the Incheon Asian Games but by how much.

Peng, Bouchard pull out of Hong Kong Open
Peng, Bouchard pull out of Hong Kong Open

China`s Peng Shuai has pulled out of the Hong Kong Open after her US Open dream ended in agony while Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard has also withdrawn, organisers said Saturday.

Chinese hail Peng Shuai after US Open agony
Chinese hail Peng Shuai after US Open agony

Chinese netizens hailed Peng Shuai as the "pride" of the country after a heat-related illness ended her US Open dream, with fans extolling her journey from childhood heart surgery to Grand Slam semi-final. 

I wanted to quit on court, not locker room, says sick Peng Shuai
I wanted to quit on court, not locker room, says sick Peng Shuai

 Peng Shuai refused to surrender her US Open dream in the locker room Friday, preferring to go down in glory on a packed Arthur Ashe Stadium despite heat illness leaving her a tearful, crumbling wreck.

Carolinec Wozniacki reaches US Open final as Peng quits in tears
Carolinec Wozniacki reaches US Open final as Peng quits in tears

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki booked a return to the US Open final on Friday as China`s Peng Shuai retired from their semi-final a victim of cramps.

Serena Williams eyeing sixth US Open title
Serena Williams eyeing sixth US Open title

All joking aside, if this keeps up Serena Williams won`t need a back-up plan.