It has not exactly worked out as expected in Singapore. At the point when the national government paid about $70 million to secure the WTA Finals for a long time starting in 2014, authorities there were relying on the drawing force of Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Li Na.
Yet, Li, the leap forward Chinese star, resigned suddenly in 2014 preceding notwithstanding playing in the first class Singapore occasion. Sharapova qualified in 2014 and 2015 yet is out of conflict, and out of activity, this season in view of a doping suspension that won’t end until April.
The most recent blow went ahead Monday, when Williams reported that she would miss the WTA Finals for the second in a row year.