The WTA Finalists stand in a line with the trophy in the middle.

Photo : @ausopen

There are only a few weeks left in the tennis season and it’s starting to show as a few players showed some signs of exhaustion this week. But that did not stop the ladies of the WTA Tour from showing off in Guadalajara.

Check it out:

Stockholm Syndrome

After losing early in Paris, Félix Auger-Aliassime made the trek north for the Stockholm Open and chronicled his travel experience on social media.

He made it!

Not Bitter

With only a few weeks to go before the WTA Finals, Ons Jabeur was in position to qualify. The only thing that could stop her was two title runs by Anett Kontaveit. The Estonian pulled it off, ending Jabeur’s season early.

Jabeur has been in pretty good humour about it, poking some fun at Kontaveit on Twitter.

And Kontaveit’s response:

Winning in Style

The WTA Finals began this week in Guadalajara and home favourite Giuliana Olmos brought some local flavour to her arrival.

The calm before the storm.

In case Jabeur is wondering, that’s Kontaveit on the far left.

Meanwhile in Turin, the men have a very different vibe going before at the ATP Finals.

Winning in his sleep

Carlos Alcaraz is the overwhelming favourite this week at the NextGen Finals, but this might be a bit much.

He won his group only dropping one set so I guess the extra rest paid off.