Biggest movers: Australian women soar in 2019 rankings

Melbourne, VIC, 14 November 2019 | tennis.com.au Ash Barty led the way during an incredible year for Australian women’s tennis, with the world No.1 among 14 women who enjoyed significant rankings rises in 2019. Success stories proliferated the Australian women’s game, with Astra Sharma and Priscilla Hon both making their Fed Cup

Biggest movers: Hives cracks world’s top 150

Zoe Hives' breakout 2019 continues, with the Victorian rising to a career-high ranking of world No.150 in the latest WTA rankings. Melbourne, VIC, 17 September 2019 | tennis.com.au Victorian Zoe Hives notched a new rankings milestone after her strong performance at last week’s WTA tournament in Hiroshima. Hives jumped 13

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

Three Aussies remaining in US Open qualifying

Australians Ellen Perez, Zoe Hives and Akira Santillan will miss out on the US Open main draw after being falling in the second round of qualifying on Thursday. New York, United States, 23 August 2019 | AAP / tennis.com.au Priscilla Hon, Lizette Cabrera and Jaimee Fourlis are the last Australian

US Open: Cabrera, Fourlis, Hon reach qualifying final round

Australians Lizette Cabrera, Jaimee Fourlis and Priscilla Hon each stand just one win away from the US Open main draw. New York, United States, 22 August 2019 | tennis.com.au Australian trio Lizette Cabrera, Jaimee Fourlis and Priscilla Hon are on the brink of qualifying for the US Open after second-round

Popyrin, Millman set for Winston-Salem

Alexei Popyrin and John Millman will play at this week's ATP hard court event in Winston Salem ahead of next week's US Open, while 16 Aussies will contest qualifying at Flushing Meadows. Winston-Salem, United States, 19 August 2019 | tennis.com.au Alexei Popyrin and John Millman will this week out the

Stosur receives US Open wildcard

Sam Stosur, the US Open champion in 2011, has been awarded a main-draw wildcard and will contest her 15th tournament at Flushing Meadows. Melbourne, VIC, 14 August 2019 | AAP / tennis.com.au Former champion Sam Stosur will contest a 15th US Open after being handed a wildcard into tennis’s final