Ex-women's number one Amelie Mauresmo was on Thursday named director of the French Open, replacing Guy Forget.
Andy Murray backs call for ATP and WTA merger, says 'important to bring more women into decision-making positions'
Andy Murray has backed Roger Federer’s call to merge the men’s and women’s tours, saying that many top male players believe it will be a positive step for tennis.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Novak Djokovic reaffirms stance against mandatory vaccination but says he could change his mind later
In a statement on Tuesday, Djokovic said many tennis players and other athletes have asked him for his opinion on this situation
Coronavirus Outbreak: I am opposed to vaccination, wouldn't want to be forced to take it, reveals Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic faces a dilemma if it becomes compulsory for players to get vaccinated before they can begin competing once the tennis season resumes following the hiatus created by the coronavirus pandemic,
French Open 2019: Usual suspects Gael Monfils, Caroline Garcia lead France's bid to end 19-year wait for singles title
The last female Roland Garros champion from France was Mary Pierce, in the year 2000. For the last French male champion you have to go a further 17 years back, to Yannick Noah in 1983
Australian Open 2019: Lucas Pouille admits he couldn't find a solution to stop 'amazing' Novak Djokovic in semi-final
Lucas Pouille admitted that world number one Novak Djokovic played so well in their Australian Open semi-final Friday that he was powerless to resist.
Australian Open 2019: Novak Djokovic thumps Lucas Pouille in straight sets to set up final against Rafael Nadal
Novak Djokovic on Friday continued his quest for a record seventh Australian Open crown by swatting aside French 28th seed Lucas Pouille 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 to set up a final against Rafael Nadal.
Australian Open 2019: Novak Djokovic expects practice partner Lucas Pouille to be fearless in semi-finals
Novak Djokovic says it will be odd to face practice partner Lucas Pouille in the last-four of the Australian Open on Friday, as the world number one continues his quest for a record seventh title.
Australian Open 2019: Amelie Mauresmo leads rare breed of female coaches making an impact in Melbourne
While Conchita Martinez and Rennae Stubbs have been instrumental in Karolina Pliskova's best run in Melbourne, Amelie Mauresmo has helped Lucas Pouille harness that talent and reach his first ever major semis.
Talking about Andy Murray, Amelie Mauresmo said: “He is not afraid of his own sensitiveness, on the contrary. To me, he has been undervalued as a man, not as a tennis player.”
The 40-year-old Sebastien Grosjean takes the role ceded by Amelie Mauresmo earlier this month after she objected to the competition's new format.
Former world number one Amelie Mauresmo has turned her back on becoming France’s new Davis Cup captain, opting instead to work with French player Lucas Pouille
Sharapova's preparation for the grass season finale at Wimbledon has been far from ideal. She has skipped all the tune-up tournaments, and as she returns to the venue where she first won a major, the Russian ace would look to rewind the clock.
Mauresmo, who turns 39 on 5 July, was captain of the Fed Cup team in 2015 and 2016, and led them from the second division to the final of the competition, which they lost to the Czech Republic in Strasbourg.
Pouille said that he thought it was even less likely that major names like Roger Federer, at age 36, and Rafael Nadal would once again play the event if it was scheduled at the end of a long ATP season.
Britain’s World No 3 Andy Murray has stressed the importance of gender equality in tennis, saying the work ethic required to succeed is the same for both men and women.
e. Murray and del Potro duelled in two epic contests last season: while Murray won gold in Rio, the Argentine beat him in a five-set, five-hour thriller. Their third round is likely to be another class act.
Amelie Mauresmo stepped down Monday as French Fed Cup captain saying that she was pregnant, a day after the team lost in the final to the Czech Republic.
Caroline Garcia stunned 7-6(6), 6-3 to pull France level at 1-1 with Czech Republic in the Fed Cup final after Karolina Pliskova won an epic first singles earlier.