Aussie women thriving in Asian doubles events

Four Australian women -- Ellen Perez, Monque Adamczak, Jess Moore and Storm Sanders -- have advanced to semifinals at various WTA events across Asia this week. Melbourne, VIC, 13 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Four Australian women are through to doubles semifinals at WTA tournaments in Asia this week. Ellen Perez and

Stosur, Hives ousted from WTA events

Sam Stosur makes a second-round exit in Nanchang while Zoe Hives pushes Misaki Doi to three sets before her winning streak comes to an end in Hiroshima. Melbourne, VIC, 13 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Zoe Hives’ three-match winning streak ended in Hiroshima on Thursday when the Victorian went down in

Hiroshima: Hon falls to Hsieh in thriller

Priscilla Hon verges on a big upset before top seed Hsieh Su-Wei recovers to beat the Aussie youngster in three sets in the second round of the WTA event in Hiroshima. Hiroshima, Japan, 11 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Priscilla Hon came close to notching a significant victory at the WTA

Wins for Stosur, Tomljanovic, Hives in Asia

Sam Stosur wins an all-Aussie clash in Nanchang, Ajla Tomljanovic sets up a meeting with Kiki Bertens in Zhengzhou and Zoe Hives takes her Hiroshima winning streak to three matches. Melbourne, VIC, 10 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Sam Stosur reached the second round of the WTA hard-court tournament in Nanchang,

Aussies in action, and Asia bound

Several of Australia's women are in action this at tournaments in China and Japan as the WTA tour begins its post-US Open Asian swing. Melbourne, VIC, 10 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Ajla Tomljanovic this week appears at the new WTA Premier-level event in Zhengzhou, China, one of several Aussies in