Maria Sharapova's odds for the French Open have been slashed and she is now the 6/1 favourite.
The two-time winner has won all three of her games at the Stuttgart Open - her first tennis appearance since her drugs ban.
Dan Evans is out of the Barcelona Open, losing 7-6 6-2 to Austria's Dominic Thiem in the second round.
Earlier in the day, there was a second-round loss for Johanna Konta in Stuttgart.
Elsewhere, Romania have taken an unassailable 3-1 lead in their Fed Cup clash with Great Britain after Begu beat Watson in straight sets.
Andy Murray has exited the Monte Carlo Masters in the third round.
World No. 26 Albert Ramos-Viñolas fought from a set down to beat the World Number One 6-2, 2-6, 5-7.
Murray will try and re-group ahead of the French Open in four weeks time.
Kyle Edmund is out of the Monte Carlo masters after a spirited display against Rafael Nadal.
The Brit went down in the first set 6-0 but fought back to win the second set 7-5.
The Spaniard eventually broke the plucky Brit winning the third set 6-3.
Andy Murray is through to the next round of the Monte Carlo Masters after a routine win.
He beat Gilles Muller 7-5,7-5 in just under two hours.
Fellow Brit Kyle Edmund takes on Rafa Nadal next.
World Number ten Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is out of the Monte Carlo Masters, losing 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 to Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.
It is one of the most picturesque tennis venues in the world, but that will not soften the blow of defeat for Tsonga.
The French Open starts in Roland Garros in just over a months time.
Frenchman Giles Simon has been ruled out of the Davis Cup quarter-final v Great Britain due to injury.
He will be replaced by world number 68 Jeremy Chardy ahead of the weekend's clash.
Of course, GB are also weakened, without the injured Andy Murray.
It's fair to say Jo Konta's thrilled with her win in the Miami Open at Indian Wells.
It's the British number one's third ranking title and biggest to date. Could she be in line for a major in 2017?
We are under way in the Miami Open final with Britain's Konta bidding to win the biggest match of her career to date.
Konta faces the former No.1 Wozniacki and a victory will propel her up to 7th in the rankings.
British tennis star Johanna Konta beat Venus Williams 6-4,7-5 in the Miami Open semi-final.
She faces Caroline Wozniacki in the final and gives herself a chance to win her second title.
Konta has looked up to Venus for her whole career and was delighted to play her again.
"To get the chance to play Venus again and share the court with her, I always enjoy it," Konta told BT Sport.
Johanna Konta's good form continues in the Miami Open at Indian Wells.
The British number one came from a set down to beat Simona Halep and book a place in the semi finals where she will face Venus Williams.
Konta will be eyeing up a third WTA title of her career and her biggest to date. The world number 11 is ranked one place above Williams whilst the other semi final is between Caroline Wozniacki and Karolina Pliskova.
The semi finals take place on Thursday evening BST.
Andy Murray has been ruled out of Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final v France due to an elbow injury.
He also missed the Miami Open with a similar injury.
Dan Evans, Dom Inglot, Kyle Edmund and Andy's brother Jamie will represent Britain in Andy's absence.
There's plenty of action to catch up on from over night, including Johanna Konta's win over Lara Arruabarrena in the last sixteen of the Miami Open.
The British number one wound up an easy winner in the end, winning in straight sets and will now face Simona Halep in the quarter finals.
Controversial Aussie Nick Kyrgios has confirmed he is playing in this year's Queens tournament.
He joins Andy Murray, Rafa Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic in what promises to be an excellent Wimbledon warm-up.
Kyrgios is certainly one of the big characters in the sport, having drawn criticism for his 'sulky' attitude in the past, but he brings a certain charisma to the game and will certainly entertain the crowd.
British Tennis took a huge blow in the Miami as three hopefuls went out in the first round of the Miami Open.
Kyle Edmund was leading before losing 2-6, 7-6, 6-2 to Jared Donaldson.
Dan Evans, 43rd in the world, was given a penalty point for swearing as he lost 7-5, 0-6, 6-3 to Ernesto Escobedo,
Meanwhile, Heather Watson was beaten 7-6, 6-1 by Romanian Patricia Maria Tig.
Andy Murray withdrew from the tournament before it began with an elbow injury, leaving Johanna Konta the only remaining British hope.
We've heard of rain and snow stopping play ... even bad light.
But in Miami, a tennis match was held up because of an iguana. This little fella was a slippery customer as officials tried to eject him from the court!