All the hard work and points that players have accumulated over the season has led to this moment very moment: the WTA Finals in Shenzhen. The crown jewel of the WTA Tour is in its maiden year in Shenzhen, having previously been held in Singapore and, before that, Istanbul in Turkey.
Up for grabs is the highest prize money in all of tennis and 1,500 valuable ranking points for an undefeated winner – and there is a pair of Canadians attempting to win it all.
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It’s not a stretch to say that 2019 has been the Year of Bianca Andreescu… and now she’s competing at the most prestigious event on tour.
Did anyone think this was possible this time last year?
Sadly Félix Auger-Aliassime’s impressive ATP Tour season came to an end due to an ankle injury, but he’s planning to be ready to cap off the year at Davis Cup later this fall.
Vasek Pospisil is right: Team Canada has a great squad for the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid!
Can’t go wrong with a game of Sudoku!
Nature is so beautiful with the leaves changing colours – of course Gaby Dabrowski captured a couple of key moments from the most picturesque season of the year.
The double specialist will join Bianca in Shenzhen for the doubles competition at the WTA Finals, where she and Xu Yifan are seeded third.
‘Iconic’ would be an understatement.
Simona Halep had a go at Australian football with World No. 1 Ash Barty and her Australian team others during practice.
The caption is priceless.
The defending WTA Finals champion Elina Svitolina is ready to battle the other seven members of the ‘Super 8.’
Naomi Osaka should be the newest Marvel superhero, don’t you think?
Marvel-ous 😉😊 pic.twitter.com/N9SUsUUxLA
— NaomiOsaka大坂なおみ (@Naomi_Osaka_) October 25, 2019
Daniil Medvedev tapped into his inner child while taking a break from the ATP Tour this week. Candy and more candy!
John Isner and his family have a new member! Say hello to John Hobbs Isner – named, obviously, after his dad.
So adorable. 😍
(Feature photo: WTA)