She didn’t quite eclipse Annika Sorenstam’s LPGA record 27-under, but South Korea’s So Yeon Ryu shattered the tournament record of 18-under by shooting a four day score of 23-under to win the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open. On day one it was Na Yeon Choi that went out early and threw down the gauntlet with … Continue reading
It was probably bound to happen eventually anyway, but the WTA’s presence in China will grow to 5 events in 2014. Still, I have to think that Li Na’s success at Roland Garros, becoming the first Asian born player to win a tennis Major in singles, lit a flame of tennis interest in a country … Continue reading
Jetstar in the official airline of the WTA in the Asia-Pacific region.