Tennis

24 September 2017

Wozniacki Revels in Title Defence

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki says she is very happy after managing to defend her Pan Pacific Open title. Wozniacki, who knocked out Garbine Muguruza in the semi-finals, went ...
23 September 2017

Fognini Sets Up Dzumhur Final

Fabio Fognini beat Roberto Bautista Agut on Saturday and will play Damir Dzumhur in the final of the St Petersburg Open. Fognini was tested by Bautista Agut but, after losing ...

23 September 2017

Paire Ends Streak to Make Moselle Final

Benoit Paire will take on qualifier Peter Gojowczyk in Sunday's Moselle Open final after beating Nikoloz Basilashvili on Saturday. Paire has been the nearly man throughout his career losing in ...

23 September 2017

Muguruza Crashes out in Tokyo

World number one Garbine Muguruza has lost in the semi-finals of the Pan Pacific Open to defending champion Caroline Wozniacki. The Spaniard, who was playing her first tournament since moving ...
22 September 2017

Serena Gets Muguruza Backing

Garbine Muguruza is expecting rival Serena Williams to return to tennis "as dangerous as she has always been" next year. The 23-year-old Spaniard has taken full advantage of Williams' time ...
22 September 2017

Djokovic Making Steady Progress

Novak Djokovic is making steady progress from his elbow injury and remains on course to be fit for the start of 2018. Djokovic has not played since being forced to ...
21 September 2017

Strycova Powers Past Konta

British number one Johanna Konta is out of the Pan Pacific Open after a 7-5 7-6 (7-5) loss to Barbora Strycova. Konta was making her first appearance since a shock ...
21 September 2017

Laver Frustrated By Kyrgios

Rod Laver believes his fellow Australian Nick Kyrgios needs to cut out the excuses and start justifying his talent. The 22-year-old has been in and out of the headlines again ...
20 September 2017

Fed on Road to Recovery

Roger Federer has revealed he struggled physically on the back of his quarter-final exit at the US Open. The Swiss crashed out at Flushing Meadows to Juan Martin del Potro ...
20 September 2017

Muguruza Dominates Puig in Tokyo

New world number one Garbine Muguruza beat Monica Puig in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo. The Spaniard overwhelmed the Olympic champion by ...
19 September 2017

Hawk-Eye to Make Step Up

'Hawk-Eye Live' technology is to replace line judges at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, it has been confirmed. The best eight male players of the year aged 21 ...

19 September 2017

Muguruza Wary of Williams

Garbine Muguruza is keen to hold on to the world number one spot for as long as possible but expects a battle with Serena Williams. Muguruza claimed the Wimbledon title ...
18 September 2017

Kerber Secures Osaka Revenge

Angelique Kerber has got revenge on Naomi Osaka after beating her in the first round of the Pan Pacific Open on Monday. The former world number one became only the ...
18 September 2017

Tsonga Prioritising Davis Cup

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has made Davis Cup glory with France his main goal for the rest of the year. The 32-year-old won both of his singles rubbers in the weekend's semi-final ...
17 September 2017

France to Meet Belgium in Davis Cup Final

France and Belgium beat Serbia and Australia respectively to book their place in the final of the Davis Cup. Leading 2-1 overnight, home favourites and nine-time champions France gave the ...
17 September 2017

Agent Lifts Lid on Monfils Return

The agent of Gael Monfils claims he is planning for 2018 despite hoping to return from a knee injury before the end of this year. The 31-year-old Frenchman has dropped ...
17 September 2017

Hingis Details Federer Influence

Roger Federer won his first tournament with help from former doubles partner Martina Hingis, she has revealed in an interview. Federer won his first non-official title in 2001 when partnering ...
16 September 2017

Belgium Will Fight - Van Herck

Belgium captain Johan Van Herck says his team are ready to fight as they trail Australia 2-1 in the Davis Cup semi-final. The tie was level at 1-1 after Friday's ...
16 September 2017

France Takes Lead in Davis Cup Semi

France have opened up a 2-1 lead in their Davis Cup semi-final clash with Serbia thanks to victory in Saturday’s doubles contest. The Serbs took an unlikely 1-0 lead on ...
15 September 2017

Pliskova Sacks Coach Kotyza

Former world number one Karolina Pliskova has parted ways with her coach David Kotyza. Pliskova, who is currently ranked fourth in the world, only appointed her fellow Czech in December ...
15 September 2017

Tsonga Levels Up Davis Cup Tie

France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga romped to victory over Serbia's Laslo Djere to level the Davis Cup semi-final at 1-1 on day one. In the first rubber in Lille on Friday, home ...
15 September 2017

Martinez Axed As Spain Captain

Conchita Martinez has been sacked as captain of Spain's Fed Cup and Davis Cup teams, the country's Tennis Federation has confirmed. The 45-year-old, who had been head of the Fed ...
14 September 2017

Murray Will Be Back Soon - Judy

Judy Murray says her son Andy Murray is "doing everything he can" to return to full fitness as soon as possible. The former world number one was forced to pull ...
14 September 2017

Sharapova Responds to Critics Over Meldonium Ban

Maria Sharapova has dismissed her critics' calls for her to be banned indefnitely from tennis because they "don't have the facts". The former world number one was handed a 15-month ...
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