Cheers to the young superstars changing the game!!
Canadian teenager Eugenie Bouchard won what is the biggest match of her life to date, ousting Ana Ivanovic. Bouchard was named the WTA Newcomer of the Year after her breakthrough season, the first Canadian since Carling Bassett-Seugso in 1983 to win the award
At 17 Donna Vekic reached her career-high at No. 62 in 2013. After winning her first WTA title last year in Kuala Lumpur she became the first woman under 18 to win a WTA title since 2006. With Madison Keys graduating to her 20s, Vekic is now the only teenager with an ATP or WTA title to his or her name.
Just watch Ana Konjuh's serve and it's hard to quiet those whispers that she will surely win a Slam one day. A former No. 1 junior, she and Bencic dominated the 2013 junior season, as Konjuh scored the two hard-court titles at the Australian Open and U.S. Open.
Packed into Simona Halep's pocket-sized 5'6" frame is giant potential. Quick feet and hands give her a potent combination of elite court movement and defensive shotmaking. She plays like a backboard, continually putting her opponents' best shots back into play. Her anticipation skills are unbridled on the WTA Tour.