Fabio Fognini News
Monte Carlo Masters 2022: Stan Wawrinka loses on return after year out injured, Fabio Fognini beats Rinderknech
Wawrinka, who won the Monte Carlo title in 2014, was beaten 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 by Bublik on his return from a left foot injury that forced him to undergo two surgeries last year.
Miami Open: Badosa feeling right at home in win; Fruhvirtova youngest player in fourth round in 18 years
In whatever language, Badosa is through to the fourth round at the Miami Open after rolling past Yulia Putintseva 6-3, 6-2 on Sunday.
Croatia dumped out Italy in the quarter-finals as Olympic men's doubles champions Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic brushed aside Jannik Sinner and Fabio Fognini in a deciding match
The 26-year-old British number one has been one of the most impressive performers on the circuit this year rising to 13th in the rankings released on Monday having begun the year 71st in the world.
Jannik Sinner, ranked 15th, came good in Cincinnati as he defeated Argentine Federico Delbonis 6-2, 7-5.
Fognini finished with 26 winners while between them the pair committed nearly 90 unforced errors. Out of a cumulative total of 25 break points, only nine were converted.
Williams needed three sets to get by Mihaela Buzarnescu in the previous round and she clearly did not want to go the distance again this time, beating Collins 6-4, 6-4.
The Italian teenager will face the 20-time Grand Slam winner for the second time, having impressed against Nadal in last year's French Open quarter-finals despite losing in straight sets.
Rublev clinched his first win against third-seeded Nadal on his first match point with a typically powerful winner on forehand — a weapon Nadal struggled to contain all match.
It is the 13th time Nadal has made the last eight in Australia, moving to joint third on the all-time list behind only Roger Federer (15) and John Newcombe (14).
Australian Open 2021: Rafael Nadal emerges unscathed from 'tough' workout to keep Grand Slam dream alive
World No 2 Rafael Nadal accelerated his pursuit of a record 21st Grand Slam title on Saturday with a testing victory over Cameron Norrie.
Australian Open 2021: Sofia Kenin's title defence ends early; Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas through to third round
Delivering 10 aces, Kanepi powered her way past the No. 4-seeded Kenin, overwhelming the 2020 champion 6-3, 6-2 in just 64 minutes
Australian Open 2021: Italians Fabio Fognini, Salvatore Caruso involved in heated argument during five-set second round thriller
Rather than the traditional polite congratulations, the pair started arguing furiously in Italian, while gesturing and pointing.
Medvedev needed to dig deep against Alexander Zverev, finally coming through 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 on his fourth match point
Zverev had to dig deep for his 6-7 (5/7), 6-3, 7-6 (7/4) win to seal the tie, but gained valuable court time ahead of another crack at a first Grand Slam trophy at the Australian Open starting next week.
In a statement posted on Twitter, the 33-year-old Italian said he had hoped the two-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic will have improved his situation
Coronavirus Outbreak: Novak Djokovic urges tennis world to contribute to relief fund for financially struggling players
The tennis season was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the shutdown will continue at least until mid-July, depriving lower-level players of the chance to earn a living
Davis Cup 2020: Fabio Fognini says it was a 'strange feeling' to play tie with no fans as Italy lead 2-0 against South Korea
Italy’s Fabio Fognini said it was a “strange feeling” playing a Davis Cup tie with no fans, after helping his country into a 2-0 lead against South Korea.
Australian Open 2020: Roger Federer cruises into third round; Fabio Fognini emerges victorious after marathon five-setter
Checkout all the match results of the men's singles fixtures from the third day of the Australian Open 2020.
Australia won the singles and doubles matches to blank Canada, with that moved atop Group F in the new ATP Cup, a 24-team tournament that precedes Australian Open.