Venus Williams won the Wuhan Open on Saturday when her Spanish opponent, fifth-seeded Garbine Muguruza, retired with a left ankle injury while trailing 6-3, 3-0.
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Serena Williams is done for the year, which opens a lot of questions as to what the future holds for the world No. 1.
There's no guarantee Serena Williams will bounce back in 2016, and if she doesn't, we'll seriously have to start rethinking her place in tennis' pecking order of all-time greats.
Venus Williams wins four games in a row in deciding set to finally see off British No.1 Johanna Konta at Wuhan Open.
Serena Williams said Thursday she is withdrawing from the season-ending WTA Finals and the China Open to take time to heal after playing through injuries all year.
Johanna Konta becomes just the third British woman to beat a player ranked in the world's top three and will face Venus Williams in the Wuhan Open quarterfinals.
Why is Rafael Nadal so willing to embrace his self-doubt? If anything, it validates how much he's lost mind games to himself this season.
Coming off the worst season of his career, Rafael Nadal says that while things are looking up, he's not sure whether he can win another Grand Slam title.
Rafael Nadal doesn't particularly care for the fall hard-court season, which is going to make getting back on track that much more difficult.
Shocked by her US Open defeat earlier this month, Serena Williams' disappointment has her coach questioning whether she should play the remainder of the season.
What to do with your second serve? For professional tennis players, that decision could very well determine the outcome of matches.
Johanna Konta makes it 20 wins in her last 21 matches as former world No.1 Victoria Azarenka retires at the Wuhan Open.
Playing her first match in nearly three months, Maria Sharapova retired with an arm injury Monday in the third set of her opening match at the Wuhan Open.
Maria Sharapova was hoping for a shot to snag the No. 2 ranking this season, but that consolation prize will likely have to wait another year.
World No.63 wins 19th match in last 20 matches and will now face Victoria Azarenka in the second round in China.
The thing with great tennis players is that they win Grand Slam titles until they don't. Serena Williams can ill afford to lose any focus at this point in her career.
Belgium confirm Ghent as the Davis Cup final venue for Britain clash to leave Andy Murray with questions over his ATP World Tour Finals participation.
Andy Murray said he might skip the prestigious year-enders in London to focus on Great Britain's quest for a Davis Cup, a sentiment that is causing some discontent around the tennis world.
Sure, the Grand Slam season is behind us, but the likes of Roger, Novak and Serena still have a lot to accomplish in 2015.
ATP president Chris Kermode issues warning after British No.1 admits competing at the O2 may make way for Davis Cup final preparation.
Move over, Braveheart, Andy Murray is the top Scottish hero in town. And if you don't believe us, you weren't watching Davis Cup this past weekend.
Yannick Noah, the last Frenchman to win a Grand Slam tournament, was appointed as the new France Davis Cup captain Monday.
Only his Wimbledon win would supersede a Davis Cup victory for Andy Murray according to John Lloyd, a member of Great Britain's last Davis Cup final squad.
British No.1 concerned by the prospect of playing on the 'physically demanding' hard courts of London's O2 Arena before heading to the Belgian clay just days later.
Manchester has beaten out London to be revealed as the greatest sporting city in the UK, according to research from ESPN and the universities of Gloucester and Bath.
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