French Open tennis in Paris
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark hits a shot during her French Open quarterfinal match against Italian Francesca Schiavone at Roland Garros in Paris on June 1, 2010. Schiavone defeated Wozniacki 6-2, 6-3. UPI/David Silpa
Victoria Azarenka hit the 50-week mark as the No. 1 ranked women's tennis player Monday.
Serena Williams, slowed momentarily by an ankle injury, didn't lose a game Tuesday in her first-round match at the Australian Open.
Top 10 players Samantha Stosur and Caroline Wozniacki were beaten Monday in first-round matches at the Brisbane International tennis tournament.
Maria Sharapova and Sara Errani lost in the U.S. Open semifinals but gained in the world women's tennis rankings Monday.
Petra Kvitova reached a career-best No. 5 in the world and Vera Zvonareva inched closer to the No. 2 spot Monday in the updated WTA rankings.
Kim Clijsters improved to a world No. 3 ranking in women's tennis as she heads into her defense of the U.S. Open championship.
Top-seeded Carolina Wozniacki rallied for a three-set victory Thursday in second-round action of the Danish Open.
It's Serena Williams and the three surprises headed to the women's Wimbledon singles semifinals.
World No. 1 Serena Williams and third-seeded Carolina Wozniacki advanced with solid straight-set wins Tuesday, the second day of play at Wimbledon.
The Williams sisters are 1-2 in the women's world tennis rankings but several other Top 10 players had their rating positions change Monday.