Former British number one Greg Rusedski has backed Johanna Konta to recover from a loss of form in time to put in a good display at the US Open.
Serena Williams will start her bid for a seventh US Open singles crown against familiar foe Maria Sharapova.
Andy Murray’s decision not to play in the US Open doubles gives a “great message” about his progress towards a singles return, according to former British number one Greg Rusedski.
Andy Murray got back to winning ways with a first-round doubles victory at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati.
Former Australian tennis star and Wimbledon doubles champion Peter McNamara has died at the age of 64.
Sports fans across the country were gripped by a compelling day of sporting drama on a day dubbed ‘Super Sunday’.
Twelve percent of men believe they could win a point off 23-time grand slam winner Serena Williams, a YouGov survey has found.
Novak Djokovic puts his good health and swift injury recovery times down to his plant-based diet – just don’t call him a vegan.
Sir David Attenborough, Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham are among the big names at Wimbledon to watch the men’s semi finals from the royal box on Thursday.
The number of Google searches related to taking up tennis or receiving coaching in the sport has increased sharply during Wimbledon.
Serena Williams is just two matches away from equalling the women’s record for the most grand slam wins.
It was a disappointing day for Britons at Wimbledon after the “MuRena” dream team crashed out – leaving just two virtual unknowns flying the flag.
Wimbledon semi-finalist Roberto Bautista Agut’s Wimbledon success has one downside – it means he will miss his own stag do.
Trophies and memorabilia from Boris Becker’s estate valued at more than £200,000 are being sold to pay off the three-time Wimbledon champion’s debts.
Judy Murray plans to go to the pub if her two sons end up competing against each other at Wimbledon.
The Duchess of Cambridge has joined spectators at Wimbledon to watch players competing during the second day of the world famous tennis championships, Kensington Palace has said.
The Wimbledon debut of a 19-year-old British teenager brought up on a council estate is “thoroughly deserved”, the head of the All England Club has said.
Tennis fans from as far away as India and Japan were among the first through the gates on day one of Wimbledon.
Andy Murray’s winning return from injury ended with a first-round doubles defeat in the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.
Visitors to this year’s Wimbledon Championships are to be given the chance to step on to Centre Court with Andy Murray thanks to a new virtual reality experience.