ATP makes changes to COVID-19-affected schedule, remains hopeful of fans attending season-ending Finals
The season-ending ATP Finals in London are still slated for 15-22 November, without spectators, but the men's tennis body “remains hopeful” that will change and some fans will be allowed to attend.
Alexander Zverev hires David Ferrer as coach for 'trial period', says could not be more excited to work with Spaniard
Zverev made the announcement on social networking platform Instagram, adding that he “could not be more excited to get to work” after teaming up for a “trial period” with 2013 French Open finalist Ferrer.
Novak Djokovic says 'Big Three' rivalry with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal a great promotion for tennis
Novak Djokovic still feels inspired by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the men’s world number one tennis player has said, adding that the rivalry between the so-called ‘Big Three’ is a great promotion for the sport.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Men's tennis will be a lot stronger post-lockdown with fast-maturing youngsters, says Marin Cilic
With a wave of fast-maturing young players ready to challenge the established greats of the game for Grand Slam honours, Marin Cilic says men’s tennis will be stronger than it has been for a decade when the coronavirus shutdown ends.
The extended lockdown of tennis will help Andy Murray’s return from injury but it will be “a big ask” for him to add to his three Grand Slam titles, according to former British number one Greg Rusedski.
Tennis chiefs are committed to merging the Davis Cup and ATP Cup into a single men’s world team event and concrete plans could be in place by June, International Tennis Federation (ITF) President David Haggerty said.
European Open: Comeback man Andy Murray begins campaign with straight-sets win over Kimmer Coppejans
Former world number one Andy Murray began his European Open campaign with a battling 6-4 7-6(4) victory over unseeded Belgian Kimmer Coppejans in Antwerp on Tuesday.
Divij Sharan becomes Asia's highest-ranked doubles player after jumping three places in ATP rankings
Divij Sharan has become not only India's number one but also the top-ranked Asian in the ATP doubles list with a recent three-place jump that took him to number 42 in the world.
This will be the 56th time Roger Federer will feature in a major quarter-final. He will do what he does, in a by now patented — unhurried yet rapid — deluge of shot-making. And like Sumit Nagal, Damir Dzumhur, Daniel Evans and David Goffin thus far in New York, Dimitrov will face the tornado.
US Open 2019: Two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson withdraws due to knee injury; Italy's Paolo Lorenzi to replace him
World number 17 Anderson has not played since his third-round exit at Wimbledon last month. Injury ruled him out of the recent hardcourt events at Washington, Montreal, and Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Masters: Nick Kyrgios slapped with $113,000 fine for explosive meltdown following second-round loss
Controversial Australian star Nick Kyrgios was Thursday fined $113,000 (€101,701) after his explosive Cincinnati Masters meltdown which saw him smash two racquets, launch an abusive tirade at the chair umpire before appearing to spit at the official.
Newport Open: John Isner beats first-time finalist Alexander Bublik in straight games to win fourth title
Isner converted all three of his break points in the game, including on match point when the Kazakh failed in his bid to catch the American with an underarm serve on the final point.
Doubles specialist Rohan Bopanna on Monday said he has no security concerns about playing Davis Cup in Pakistan, where he has always enjoyed "great hospitality."
Wimbledon 2019: Roger Federer sets up 40th clash vs Rafael Nadal in semis; Novak Djokovic to play Roberto Bautista Agut
Eight-time champion Federer racked up his 100th match win at Wimbledon and reached his 13th semi-final with a 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Japan's Kei Nishikori.
Wimbledon 2019 Highlights, Roger Federer vs Kei Nishikori, Men's Quarters: Federer to face Nadal, Djokovic up against Agut in semis
Here's everything you need to know about the Wimbledon men's singles quarter-finals, with players like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in action.
Wimbledon 2019: Persistent Karen Khachanov digs deep to overcome Feliciano Lopez in four sets, marches into third round
Soon after connecting his final backhand of the day that went through Lopez’s outstretched hand, Khachanov immediately apologised before raising his arms in celebration, and even the partisan crowd had to give him his due; this was a hard-earned triumph.
Wimbledon 2019: Nick Kyrgios sets tone for big-ticket clash with Rafael Nadal, says they have mutual respect... but 'that's about it'
Nick Kyrgios set the tone Tuesday for a Wimbledon blockbuster with bitter rival Rafael Nadal by stating: "We have mutual respect -- but that's about it."
Third seed Roger Federer subdued some fierce Stan Wawrinka resistance to beat his fellow Swiss 7-6(4) 4-6 7-6(5) 6-4 and reach the French Open semi-finals on Tuesday.
Federer, Nadal and Djokovic continued their dominance in competitive 2018, but how long can things remain the same?
Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will keep kicking and fighting. That is something that will never change, no matter what anyone else thinks about the truth of age-old proverbs.
Argentina and Britain have been awarded wild cards into the 2019 Davis Cup, the first to be played under a radically changed format, organisers announced Wednesday.