Unpredictability was the common theme as another season comes to a close. But in the end, a familiar face ruled the field again.
When Serena Williams is fit and focused, she can't be beat -- as we saw in a demolition of Simona Halep in the championship of the WTA Finals, giving the world No. 1 a three-peat at this prestigious event.
After humiliating loss to Simona Halep earlier this week, world No. 1 Serena Williams has one thing on her mind for the championship of the WTA Finals: revenge.
Serena Williams should consider herself lucky for still hanging around, but sometimes things just work out.
Simona Halep has risen quickly in 2014, and she's maybe saved her best for last with a thrashing of Serena Williams in the WTA Finals, writes Greg Garber.
It took an astonishing 3 hours, 13 minutes but Caroline Wozniacki finally stopped Maria Sharapova at the WTA Finals.
Serena Williams is no stranger to doubt and drama, but the good news is that she wouldn't have it any other way.
The field for the WTA Finals has been set for some time, but that hasn't stopped the elite eight players from trying to gain some momentum heading into the year-end event.
Year of the retro, eh? Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters were supposed to dominate 2011, but it didn't exactly work out that way.
Kim Clijsters' ascent to the top ranking might be short-lived, but nonetheless, who's equipped to prevent her from Slam supremacy?
Sixteen women play in the WTA Tour's final event, but only two women -- named Williams -- can win.