Keeping emotions in check: Knowing how to channel aggression on court is what separates the good from the best
Some players have become just as famous for their outbursts on court as they have for their game, perhaps none more so than John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors.
The 22-year-old Ocleppo knocked out 13th seeded Ilya Ivashka of Belarus 7-6(4), 6-7(3), 6-4 in a three-setter that lasted two hours and 40 minutes
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
Elliot Benchetrit said, 'The bananas are very hard to peel here because they don’t have a stem. I asked the ball kid nicely because she had already peeled one for me at the beginning of the match'
Japan Open 2019: Novak Djokovic returns to court after nursing shoulder injury, starts with doubles defeat
Earlier this month, Djokovic was forced to pull out of his US Open fourth-round clash with Stan Wawrinka due to a nagging injury in his left shoulder
Wimbledon 2019: After months of shadow fighting, Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios to engage in real duel
Nadal will do what Nadal does best, hang in there, look for a way through. Meanwhile, Kyrgios could fire a 130-kph ace with as much panache as he would an underarm serve if he sees Nadal lurking too far behind the baseline
Wimbledon 2019: Roger Federer overcomes first-set scare against Lloyd Harris; fifth-seed Dominic Thiem knocked out
Women's world number one Ashleigh Barty and Wimbledon defending champion Angelique Kerber avoided the fate of second seed Naomi Osaka and came through their first round clashes safely
Wimbledon 2019: Rafael Nadal drawn to meet Roger Federer in semi-finals; Novak Djokovic likely to meet Kevin Anderson in last four
Rafael Nadal breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after he was slated to meet eight-time champion Roger Federer in the Wimbledon semi-finals.
With his world number one ranking on the line, the Roger Federer is sparing no effort to make sure he lifts a tenth title at the event on Sunday.
Halle Open: Yuichi Sugita stuns Dominic Thiem; Kei Nishikori knocked out by Karen Khachanov on day of upsets
Japan's Yuichi Sugita shocked Dominic Thiem to send the Austrian out in the second round of the ATP Halle grass court event on Wednesday, 6-2, 7-5,
Italian Open: Stan Wawrinka loses to Steve Johnson on return from injury; Jack Sock beats David Ferrer
Stan Wawrinka sat out the second half of 2017 after a knee operation following a first-round exit at Wimbledon in June.
Jaziri overcame a second-set blip to see off qualifier Tsitsipas 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and reach the third semi-final of his career.
Bautista Agut, playing the event for the sixth straight year, defeated Croatian Borna Coric 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 in just under an hour and three-quarters.
On Sunday, Khachanov edged Pouille in the third set in the Marseille final, but the Frenchman struck back at the Aviation Club in Dubai.
Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin, the duo who faced off in last year's season-ending ATP Finals, both advanced at the Rotterdam Open on Wednesday with straight-sets wins.
Federer lies just 155 points behind the injured Nadal in the standings, with a possible 180 points available for making the last four in Rotterdam.
With Nishikori only just returning from a wrist injury, Japan's challenge in Morioka will be spearheaded by Yuichi Sugita, who won his first ATP tour singles title in Turkey last summer.
Australian Open 2018: Experience reigns supreme as Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Caroline Wozniacki bounce back on Day 3
Experience would not fail Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, nor would it forsake Caroline Wozniacki or Ivo Karlovic, as the three veterans squirmed out of difficult positions to secure progress into the third round of the Australian Open.
Australian Open 2018: Caroline Wozniacki registers easy win; Yuichi Sugita shocks 8th-seeded Jack Sock
Caroline Wozniacki overcame tricky Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu 6-2, 6-3 in the first round of the Australian Open as she aims for her first Grand Slam title.