Coco Gauff hailed Roger Federer for his words of wisdom as the 15-year-old US prodigy on Sunday became the youngest champion on the WTA Tour since 2004.
US Open 2019: An interactive timeline of defending champion Naomi Osaka's year since her breakthrough moment at Flushing Meadows
Naomi Osaka has had a year to remember, winning two Grand Slam titles and reaching No 1 in the WTA Rankings, and in this timeline, we take you through the highs and lows of it.
New British No 1 Kyle Edmund wants Andy Murray to recover from injury quickly to win honour 'legitimately'
Edmund, who has not played since January after a hip injury in Melbourne, returns on tour to play the Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells.
Former world number one Novak Djokovic's toughest hurdle when he returns to the ATP Tour after a long injury absence will be a mental one, believes former coach Boris Becker.
Nadal, favoured to win the tournament, had been due to face fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez.
The 36-year-old was sidelined for a significant period in 2016 with a knee injury and upon his return in 2017, Federer competed in just 12 tournaments and the move appears to have paid off.
Rotterdam Open: Stan Wawrinka falls to World 259 Tallon Griekspoor in first round; David Goffin beats Nicolas Mahut
Wawrinka slumped to another surprise defeat by an outsider, after losing in the Australian Open second round to Tennys Sandgren and in the Sofia Open semi-finals to Mirza Basic.
Qatar Open: Petra Kvitova cruises into second round; Johanna Konta exacts revenge over Bernarda Pera
Kvitova — currently ranked 21 in the world as she continues her return to top-class tennis following a horrific knife attack over a year ago — won 6-0, 6-3.
Stan Wawrinka upbeat despite loss in Sofia Open semis, says his knee is getting better with every match
“I am moving well, I am playing well, but it is part of a process… to play more matches, to become more confident,” Stan Wawrinka said.
Rotterdam Open: Roger Federer aims to become oldest World No 1 after announcing participation in ATP Tour event
Roger Federer is 155 points behind old rival Rafael Nadal in the rankings, with 180 points up for grabs for reaching the last four in the Netherlands.
Nadal was forced to pull out of his Australian Open quarter-final against Marin Cilic in the fifth set two weeks ago due to a thigh injury.
Djokovic admitted that he had been deluged with conflicting medical advice but opted for the procedure after rest and recuperation failed to cure his elbow injury.
St Petersburg Ladies' Trophy: Caroline Wozniacki ousted by Daria Kasatkina, Petra Kvitova thumps Jelena Ostapenko
Fresh from her first ever Grand Slam title Wozniacki had raced to the quarter-finals but had been expecting Kasatkina to give her a difficult time.
Roger Federer wins 6th Australian Open title: An interactive look at the numbers behind his 20 Grand Slam trophies
Roger Federer became the first man to win 20 Grand Slam titles when he defeated Marin Cilic in the Australian Open final. Here's a look at the incredible numbers in his record-breaking career.
Davis Cup: No Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal, but plenty at stake as countries start their campaigns this weekend
Just five days after the conclusion of the Australian Open, tennis shifts its attention to the Davis Cup this weekend.
Lleyton Hewitt says controversial Bernard Tomic unlikely to play for Australian Davis Cup team again
The 25-year-old Tomic failed to advance to the main draw of this month's Australian Open after losing in the final round of qualifying.
Roger Federer wins 20th Grand Slam: How the world of sports changed in between his first Major title and now
A look at what the sporting landscape looked like back in July 2003 when Roger Federer won his first Grand Slam and how it has changed since then:
Australian Open 2018: Not humility or fragility, Roger Federer's tears define his strength, reinforce his genius
Roger Federer's tears are an agent of disempowerment that takes the ‘meta’ out of metaphysical and makes him ‘normal’. In other words, one of us.
Australian Open champion Roger Federer trails Rafael Nadal by 155 points; Caroline Wozniacki tops WTA rankings
World No 2 Federer is just 15 points behind World No 1 Rafael Nadal after winning the Australian Open.
Hyeon Chung aims to break into top 10, hopes Australian Open 2018 heroics makes tennis popular in South Korea
Chung, who beat six-time champion Novak Djokovic in the fourth round, was forced to retire from his semis clash with eventual champion Roger Federer.