US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka first in 26 years to come from set down in final to win title, other stats
Naomi Osaka added to her 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open trophies with the three set win against Victoria Azarenka. Check out the stats from the match in Firstpost's stat roundup!
Coronavirus outbreak: Former cricketers Wasim Akram, Darren Gough auction off memorabilia to raise funds for COVID-19 relief
Legendary Pakistani fast bowler Akram and England's former star pacer Gough are among the latest cricketing personalities attempting to combat the challenges posed by the unprecedented global health crisis.
US Open 2019: Emulating past legends, Bianca Andreescu shuts out noise to beat Serena Williams for first Grand Slam title
Bianca Andreescu blocked the noise out at Arthur Ashe Stadium and subdued a fired-up Serena Williams for a stunning victory in the final of the US Open.
US Open 2019: Jamie Murray, Bethanie Mattek-Sands become first mixed-doubles duo to win second consecutive title at Flushing Meadows
Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands beat top seeds Chan Hao-Ching and Michael Venus 6-2, 6-3 in an hour to capture the crown
US Open 2019: Belinda Bencic takes positive outlook after losing semi-final against Bianca Andreescu
Belinda Bencic won't become the first Swiss woman to win a Grand Slam title in 20 years at the US Open, but she adopted a positive outlook after a tough loss.
Sania Mirza eyes January return to competitive tennis, says she has nothing left to prove to critics
Sania Mirza said that if she does make a comeback to tennis, it won't be to prove anything but just for her love for playing tennis and competing
Dubai Tennis Championships: Belinda Bencic’s never-say-die march to the title is great news for the WTA tour
Bencic may have some long shadows around her, but she has shown this week that she’s good enough to jump out of them – and create her own striking identity.
Australian Open 2019 champion Osaka eyes 'Naomi Slam', says she is used to pressure that comes with elite tennis
Newly-minted Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka said she was not satisfied with back-to-back majors and hoped to complete a 'Naomi Slam'.
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.
US Open 2018: From Vijay Amritraj to Leander Paes, how Indians have created a legacy worthy of respect at Flushing Meadows
India's Mahesh Bhupathi, Leander Paes and Sania Mirza all have wins here, with Paes perhaps the most successful of all. A look into how India has performed at the indoor hard-court Grand Slam.
Wherever she is placed in the pecking order, Serena Williams is the woman to beat at every tournament she enters. And 2018 Wimbledon won’t be any different.
Tennis legend Mary Pierce says Roger Federer born with exceptional mind, calls Serena Williams an 'incredible competitor'
Pierce, who won Australian Open (1995) and French Open (2000), said Federer has an array of shots which can't be taught.
Sania Mirza targets medal at Asian Games, says she hopes to return from injury in a couple of months
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza is confident of continuing her Asian Games record with another medal in this year's event – if she recovers from injury in time.
Australian Open 2018: Elina Svitolina downs 15-year-old Marta Kostyuk; Elise Mertens edges past Alize Cornet
Elina Svitolina has ended 15-year-old Marta Kostyuk's strong run at Melbourne Park, while Elise Mertens defeated Alize Cornet to enter the fourth round of the Australian Open.
Australian Open 2018: Meet Marta Kostyuk, the 15-year-old from Ukraine breaking records at Melbourne
Marta Kostyuk, a 15-year-old player from Ukraine, is creating history at the Australian Open. Here's all you need to know about her.
Hopman Cup: Roger Federer pays tribute to Martina Hingis after teaming up with Belinda Bencic to win title
For 36-year-old Federer, it was the second title in Perth, having also been part of Switzerland's previous victory back in 2001, when he teamed with Hingis.
The win gave Switzerland a 1-0 lead in the final, with Federer aiming to add to the title he won in Perth with Martina Hingis in 2001.
Bartoli's comeback is reminiscent of those made by the likes of Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin, and Swiss former World No 1 Martina Hingis.
Sania said she might have to go for a surgery and is looking for a Roger Federer-like comeback.
The last time two players from the same country scooped the awards was in 1998 when Americans Pete Sampras and Lindsay Davenport took the honours.