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On the eve of the China Open, WTA Insider breaks down the numbers for the 18 women who can still qualify for the WTA Finals.

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The WTA announced today that the doubles teams of Andrea Sestini Hlavackova/Barbora Strycova and Elise Mertens/Demi Schuurs have qualified for the 2018 WTA Finals.

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Singapore will be hosting the WTA Future Stars event for the last time, here is what you can expect from the final edition.

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Karolina Pliskova and Kiki Bertens both claimed titles last week - which leaves the fight for the potential final place in Singapore in the balance as the Asian swing continues on.

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Before making your fantasy picks for Wuhan, check out the expert picks from Mary Pierce, former World No.3 who was singles champion at the Australian Open in 1995 and Roland Garros in 2000 among 18 tour-level singles titles.

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No.3 seed Wang Qiang captured her second career WTA title at the Guangzhou International Women's Open, defeating Yulia Putintseva with the loss of just three games.

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Second-seeded Kiki Bertens captured her third title of 2018 at the KEB Hana Bank Korea Open with a three-set defeat of Ajla Tomljanovic.

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Former World No.1 Garbiñe Muguruza, Jelena Ostapenko, Madison Keys, Ashleigh Barty, and Johanna Konta are among those in action on a jam-packed Monday at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open.

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Former World No.1 Karolina Pliskova outserved US Open champion Naomi Osaka to end her 10-match winning streak in the Toray Pan Pacific Open final, winning her second title of the season.

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WTA Future Stars Junior Race To Singapore: New Zealand Qualifiers

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