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The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has named Ryan Sandilands its Asia-Pacific region CEO. Sandilands, who will be based out of a new WTA office in Singapore set to open in January 2014, will be responsible for driving the WTA's growth strategy
Women's tennis boss Stacey Allaster on Tuesday insisted her players were "ready and willing" to play five sets at Grand Slams after Andy Murray became the latest to call for equal match lengths. Allaster, chairman and CEO of the Women's Tennis
Womens tennis chief Stacey Allaster has defended the role of parents in the sport after Bernard Tomics father was charged with assault following an incident in Madrid. Allaster said the Womens Tennis Association (WTA) had zero tolerance to abuse. But
the prosperous Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore, which has never staged a major tennis event but will now have the top eight women in the world each October. If all goes according to plan and contract, this will be the longest run for the year-
China's up to five big WTA events by 2014, and another is possible Chinese tennis is in a boom period and the WTA's leader, Stacey Allaster, couldn't be happier...Tianjin is in the running to the host of the year-end Championships beginning in 2014.
Monterrey, Mexico, Singapore and Tianjin, China - remain in the race for the WTA Championships for 2014 and beyond on Wednesday. WTA Chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster will visit the finalists in the coming weeks, with the announcement of the winning
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark hits a return to Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic during their Istanbul WTA tennis championship match in Istanbul. Grunting tennis players won't be quietening down any time soon, according to Stacey Allaster, the
Players at the WTA Championships in Istanbul say their thoughts are with those affected by Turkey's devastating earthquake. Sunday's quake happened in eastern Turkey, far from the tournament location in the west. Women's Tennis
It's a high-pitched warble and it lingers for almost two seconds...Stacey Allaster, the chairman and chief executive officer of the WTA who was inducted into the Rogers Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday night says the grunting issue is on the WTA radar.
It's been a long and winding road between Stacey Allaster's birth in Windsor to her induction along with tennis personalities Andre Aggasi and Jimmy Connors into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame. Allaster was recently named by Forbes Magazine as one of