Both ESPN and WTA tennis have live tickers that display the score results in real time, but the scores only update from game to game. However, ESPN's live feed, CourtCast, allows the viewer to see the scores of individual games as well as which player is serving and which player is receiving. ESPN CourtCast displays every match in a tournament that has been played, every match that is being played, and a full schedule of all the matches to come. ESPN CourtCast also allows fans to chat with each other during the matches and track WTA-related news on Twitter.
WTA's official website doesn't have a live look onto the court, but it does have a more in-depth look at WTA players. The site has comprehensive results for every player in WTA history, while ESPN only provides archived results back to 2007. WTA also provides complete singles and doubles results while ESPN occasionally omits doubles results and results from smaller tournaments. Both sites provide a complete list of the top female players and their world rankings as well as a complete history of all grand-slam title winners.Learn more about Tennis