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Saisai Rules San Jose

Zheng Saisai, the unseeded 25-year-old out of China currently ranked No. 47 in the world, marched through four of the top eight seeds, including No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka in the final 6-3, 7-6(3) , to win her maiden WTA singles title at the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. She becomes the first Chinese singles champion in San Jose.

Results: 53 Record(s) Found.

The 2020 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic Will Not Take Place

Following discussions with the WTA and in light of continued global health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the 2020 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic will not take place, as the health and safety of everyone involved in the event remains our priority. We look forward to welcoming everyone back at next year’s Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, August 2-8, 2021. Read More

Melichar and Peschke Claim Doubles Title

Top seeds Nicole Melichar and Kveta Peschke overcame the Japanese duo of Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara 6-4, 6-4, to win the doubles title at the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. It represents the Czech Peschke's second consecutive doubles win here following her title run last year with Latisha Chan, and the first for the American Melichar. Read More

Zheng and Sabalenka to Meet in Final

The final of the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic is set as No. 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka and unseeded Zheng Saisai will clash on Sunday with a WTA Premier title on the line. Sabalenka is seeking her fourth title overall and second on the year while Zheng will be playing for her maiden WTA singles trophy.​ Read More

Spartan Sakkari Storms Back

Seventh seed Maria Sakkari dug herself out of a deep hole against the reigning WTA Finals champion to book a return trip to the semifinals at the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. The finalist here last year fought back from a set and two breaks down to beat top-seeded Elina Svitolina 1-6, 7-6(3), 6-3. Read More

Anisimova Advances, Ahn Stuns Mertens

Day four of the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic is in the books. Amanda Anisimova and Donna Vekic moved on, while two-time Grand Slam champ Victoria Azarenka was sent packing and No. 3 seed Elise Mertens fell to qualifier Kristie Ahn -- currently ranked No. 178 in the world. Read More

Top Seeds Move On

The top seeds of the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic advanced Wednesday into the quarterfinals while the three wild card runs came to an end. It was an exciting day of tennis featuring the favorites moving through -- let's get you caught up! Read More

Check out our Specialty Cocktails

Guests visiting the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic this week will be able to keep refreshed with a bold lineup of speciality cocktails while enjoying all the exciting action around the tournament grounds! The signature drink list features mimosas, sparkling wine, and sangria. You may have come for the tennis, but you’ll stay for the drinks! Read More

ISDIN Sun Protection Tips

ISDIN is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, and wants players and fans alike to be aware of the dangers of prolonged exposure to the sun. With that in mind, ISDIN presents the keys to being safe under the sun with their top five sun protection tips. Read More

Final Four Qualify for Main Draw

American Kristie Ahn booked the last of four qualifying spots in the main draw of the 2019 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic with a win over compatriot Danielle Lao. Ahn joins top qualifying seed Timea Babos, France's Harmony Tan, and Mayo Hibi of Japan, in locking up spots on Sunday. Read More
Results: 53 Record(s) Found.