Sybille Bammer sometimes thinks like a child, and that's OK. Bammer's 5-year-old daughter helps keep things in perspective for the only mom ranked in the top 100 on the WTA Tour.
Tennis' vagabond lifestyle -- among other reasons -- has led to the paucity of women coaches at the top level of the game
From schedule talks with the WTA to the state of American women's tennis, Jane Brown Grimes already has several challenges as the new USTA president.
Bonnie DeSimone gives you the players worth watching in 2007. (And we're not talking about Federer, Nadal or Sharapova.)
A wrist injury has sidelined Kim Clijsters since August. Bonnie DeSimone writes on Clijsters' return and her plans to retire after 2007.
A decision on whether, and how, to expand on-court coaching is expected at the WTA's year-end board meeting. Bonnie DeSimone takes a closer look.
Tennis is a sport where most players are done by the age of 30. Conchita Martinez was the exception. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
From Hingis' comeback to Sharapova's health, Bonnie DeSimone previews the 2006 season on the WTA Tour.
From the grand slam events to the players to watch for in the future, Bonnie DeSimone takes a look back at 2005 on the WTA Tour.
Which ensemble cast will make the curtain call in L.A.? Three of the eight spots are up for grabs.