Wimbledon was cancelled this year for the first time since World War II because of the coronavirus pandemic.
French Open 2020: Andy Murray says 'difficult' to be former self but vows to 'keep going ' after Stan Wawrinka rout
Andy Murray suffered his joint-worst defeat at a major in terms of games won, succumbing to 2015 Roland Garros winner Stan Wawrinka 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 in the opening day’s marquee match of French Open.
The former World no 1 was demolished by the 20-year-old Canadian 6-2, 6-3, 6-4 inside Arthur Ashe Stadium in 2hr 8min.
'My dream is winning Wimbledon': World number one Ashleigh Barty driven by goal to conquer All-England Club
Ashleigh Barty has been robbed of the opportunity this year, with Wimbledon being cancelled for the first time since World War II due to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.
Wimbledon to allocate $12.5 million in prize money to 620 players despite cancellation due to COVID-19
Wimbledon officials said 256 players who would have competed in the main draw will each receive 25,000 pounds, while 224 players who would have competed in qualifying will each receive 12,500 pounds.
Roger Federer has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, but has never won an Olympic gold medal in singles.
Tendulkar was playing a forehand in the throwback video and sought tips from Federer, whom he tagged in his tweet.
Will COVID-19-hit season affect legacies of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams?
How will Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic — known as the Big Three of the men’s game — along with Serena Williams, fare whenever they do return to competition?
No major financial impact on British tennis due to cancellation of Wimbledon, says All England club boss Richard Lewis
The US Open is going ahead as scheduled from the end of August while the French Open has moved to the end of September from May and Sally Bolton, who will succeed Lewis, said the AELTC would learn all they can from the tournaments.
'Protocols are in place for reason', Wimbledon chief expresses disappointment over botched Adria Tour
Wimbledon chief said, 'The images were disappointing and I think that ... what needs to come out of it is everybody involved — not just players, but administrators, organisers, entourages — understands that the protocols, rules and regulations are in place for a reason.'
Spanish tennis player Feliciano Lopez expects significant reductions in prize money when ATP, WTA Tours resume
Lopez, who is also tournament director of the Madrid Open, says that even when things return to some kind of normal, prizemoney will be reduced as sponsors try to navigate the economic fallout of the virus.
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic is thinking of skipping the US Open – if it is played – and instead returning to competition on clay ahead of the rescheduled French Open.
Briton Dan Evans says a sports psychologist described him as one of the angriest people he had ever met during his one-year ban from tennis for cocaine use in 2017.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Rafael Nadal not sure about US Open being held in 2020, says it depends on COVID-19, travel
Nadal thinks there are two key requirements for the US Open to happen — and for tennis to resume anywhere: assurances about being protected from the coronavirus and having everyone be able to fly internationally.
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.
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) said four British Tour events would be held between 3-26 July, subject to confirmation of government requirements
Tennis Australia said Friday that the former No. 1-ranked player and long-time administrator had died after a long illness.
WTA chief executive Steve Simon backs idea of merger with ATP, says coronavirus crisis can provide new opportunities
Still, the tours, which have operated independently since the WTA was founded in 1973, are now in an unprecedented position. Never before have both tour chiefs and the biggest stars in the men’s game publicly supported considering such a merger.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Rafael Nadal doesn't think tennis will return this year, says he's worried about Australian Open 2021
Nadal said he had practically written off the remainder of the year and was looking to the Australian Open in January 2021 as the next tournament he will play
Coronavirus Outbreak: American Taylor Fritz ‘in the best shape ever’ but says returning before US Open ‘unrealistic’
Taylor Fritz said that he is in the best shape of his life preparing to come out of quarantine but believes it is unrealistic to expect that to happen before the US Open in August.