Welcome to Women’s Tennis Blog, a place where you can read daily updates about everything concerning top WTA players: from their matches and results to their private lives, fashion choices, business ventures and appearances at glamorous events.

Women’s tennis has a lot to offer, but it doesn’t receive as much attention as the ATP World Tour, therefore, this blog, launched ten years ago on March 31, 2007, is an additional promoter of female players’ skills.

Besides match updates, tennis fashion and entertainment stories are very popular on Women’s Tennis Blog and our signature sections include:

If you enjoy tournament action photos, we have plenty of those as well, as our photographer Jimmie48 has been traveling around the globe to bring you dynamic courtside coverage. In 2014 we visited 11 WTA events, in 2015 as much as 16, while in 2016 our packed schedule included three Grand Slams. The 2017 is promising to be even better!


The blog has been mentioned/linked by:

– WTA;
– Tennis.com;
– BBC;
– Sports Illustrated;
– The New York Times;
– The Wall Street Journal;
– The Huffington Post;
– VICE Sports;
– Blic.rs;
– Sports.ru;
– Countless big and small sports and entertainment blogs.

For more detailed information about Women’s Tennis Blog, please download our Media Kit.

My name is Marija Zivlak and I’m the main person behind Women’s Tennis Blog. I was born and raised in Novi Sad, while now I live in Belgrade, Serbia. I graduated in English Language and Literature in 2007 and by profession I’m a translator. In addition to being the editor-in-chief of Women’s Tennis Blog, I’m also regularly writing tennis fashion-related articles at the official WTA website.

Besides my love for tennis and languages, I’m also crazy about traveling (both all over Serbia and to foreign countries). The thing I also like is relaxation. 🙂 I enjoy drinking coffee at home, hanging out with friends and eating good food.

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