World No 12 Petra Kvitova returned to court dressed for Roland Garros but was happy to triumph in the women’s draw at an all-Czech tournament.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Karolina Pliskova, Petra Kvitova to lead teams in fundraiser competition for fight against COVID-19
Pliskova’s team will include her twin-sister Kristyna, 2019 French Open runner-up Marketa Vondrousova, Tereza Martincová and Nikola Bartunkova
Five nations sealed their Davis Cup Finals debuts in the weekend’s qualifiers while heavyweights Germany, Australia, United States and Croatia also booked their places in Madrid.
Maharashtra Open 2020: Jiri Vesely clinches men's singles title as Christopher Rungkat-Andre Goransson lift doubles trophy
Jiri Vesely of Czech Republic produced a dominating show to beat Egor Gerasimov of Belarus and clinch his first ATP Tour singles title in five years at the Tata Open Maharashtra tennis tournament
Maharashtra Open 2020: Czech Republic's Jiri Vesely scripts sensational comeback against Ricardas Berankis to storm into final
Left-handed Vesely eked out a sensational come-from-behind 6-7 (8), 7-6 (3), 7-6 (7) win against the Lithuanian in a match which turned out to be the longest in the history of this tournament.
Maharashtra Open 2020: Jiri Vesely, Ricardas Berankis storm into men's singles semis with come-from-behind victories
Jiri Vesely and second seed Ricardas Berankis stormed into the single semi-finals of the ATP Tata Open Maharashtra after scoring come-from-behind victories on Friday.
Bengaluru Open 2020: Four top-100 players to participate; defending champion Prajnesh Gunneswaran to lead Indian challenge
Defending Bengaluru Open champion Prajnesh Gunneswaran, currently the highest-ranked Indian at 123, will lead the home challenge in company of 2017 winner Sumit Nagal
Tata Open Maharashtra 2020: World No 24 Benoit Paire to return for India's only tournament on ATP Tour
The 30-year-old Paire, who touched a career-high ranking of 18 in 2016 and won two ATP titles in 2018, had reached the quarter-finals in the previous edition
Maharashtra Open 2019: Kevin Anderson earns hardfought straight sets victory; Gilles Simon enters quarter-finals with comeback win
South African Kevin Anderson, 32, served 20 aces against 23-year-old Djere, who is ranked 93rd in the world singles chart, and won both sets in tie-breaks.
Wimbledon 2018: World No 1 Rafael Nadal beats Jiri Vesely to reach quarter-finals; Roger Federer cruises past Adrian Mannarino
Defending champion Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal closed in on a dream Wimbledon final as the sport's two greatest players swept into the last-eight on Monday.
World No 1 Rafael Nadal and second-ranked Roger Federer, with 37 Grand Slam and 177 singles titles in total between them, are no strangers to doubles.
The 19-year-old Alicante-based Australian played his part in an entertaining duel as he chased after everything Rafael Nadal could throw at him but the world number one stuck to his own game plan to chalk up his third successive straight-sets win.
Auckland Classic: David Ferrer cruises past Hyeon Chung to set up semis clash with Juan Martin del Potro
Ferrer, a four-time Auckland champion, disposed of the young Korean in the quarter-final to set up a showdown with Juan Martin del Potro in the semis.
Djokovic, who has struggled this year and suffered a quarter-final exit at the French Open, fell out of the top two spots in the world rankings this month for the first time since March 2011.
Rafael Nadal advanced to the third round on Wednesday as fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro was forced to quit with a left knee injury during their match at the Rome Masters.
Miami Open: Watch a giant iguana halt a match, pose for selfie and run across court to the delight of fans
Tommy Haas' Miami Open match with Jiri Vesely was delicately poised at 3-3 in the third set on Wednesday when a large iguana appeared on top of the scoreboard to catch some of the action.
Nick Kyrgios powered Australia to a 2-0 rubber lead over the Czech Republic after the first day of the Davis Cup World Group tie in Melbourne on Friday.
The Indian Davis Cup team is set for a battle of gigantic proportions as it takes on five-time champions Spain, who have packed the side with world class performers headlined by the legendary Rafael Nadal in their desperation to reclaim a spot in the elite World Group.
Limping out of the tennis courts is not the best advertisement of a player's fitness standards and Saketh Myneni has faced this twice in the last one month.