Tennis Australia to offer support to 'trapped' Bernard Tomic

Tennis Australia to offer support to 'trapped' Bernard Tomic

By Craig Vickers
Willy Masur, head of performance at Tennis Australia, says he will reach out to the 24-year-old following his admissions in a recent interview....
Maria Sharapova praises Venus Williams' recent success on tour

Maria Sharapova praises Venus Williams' recent success on tour

By Oliver Dickson Jefford
The Russian praised her fellow Grand Slam champion for the tennis that she has been playing this year and especially at Wimbledon, saying that the American is “an incredible example.”...
Report: Novak Djokovic to miss the US Open through injury

Report: Novak Djokovic to miss the US Open through injury

By Pathik Gamana
Novak Djokovic will miss the US Open due to injury and is a doubt for the remainder of the year....

Australian tennis great Mervyn Rose dies aged 87

Australian tennis great Mervyn Rose, the winner of seven Grand Slam titles back in the 1950’s, has died at the age of 87, Tennis Australia has announced. Rose, who was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2001 and into the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame the following year, won two Grand Slam singles titles, four Doubles titles, and one mixed doubles in his illustrious career, and was a member of Australia’s Davis Cup winning teams in 1951 and 1957. The Australian was also a successful coach, working with Grand Slam champions such as Billie Jean King, Margaret Court, and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. In more recent years, he worked with the likes of former top-20 player Eleni Daniilidou, and former world number three Nadia Petrova. Tennis Australia mourns one of its greats Rose, who is survived by his friends and family, was one of several great Australian players that reached the top...
2017 midseason review: Richard Gasquet

2017 midseason review: Richard Gasquet ByPathik Gamana

Richard Gasquet is enduring a woeful season and will need to improve his game if he is to stop the fall in rankings....
2017 midseason review: Agnieszka Radwanska

2017 midseason review: Agnieszka Radwanska ByOliver Dickson Jefford

The Pole, a former world number two, has been consistently one of the best players of the world over the past few seasons, though has had an extremely poor 2017 so far....
2017 midseason review: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

2017 midseason review: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ByPathik Gamana

The Frenchman, Tsonga is currently having a solid season with three titles to his name heading into the second half of the ATP World Tour season. However, he has had a knack of losing early....
ATP Newport: Andy Roddick Reflects on Career with Uplifting Induction Speech

ATP Newport: Andy Roddick Reflects on Career with Uplifting Induction Speech ByHaley Hunt

Andy Roddick, who headlined the International Tennis Hall of Fame's Class of 2017, was joined by Kim Clijsters, Steve Flink, Monique Kalkman, and Vic Braden for their shared induction on Saturday, July 22, 2017....
ATP Atlanta: Defending champion Nick Kyrgios out with injury

ATP Atlanta: Defending champion Nick Kyrgios out with injury

By Oliver Dickson Jefford
Kyrgios, who won his second ATP title at the tournament last year, has been forced out with the hip injury that also saw him retire at Wimbledon....
2017 midseason review: Alexander Zverev

2017 midseason review: Alexander Zverev

By Oliver Dickson Jefford
Zverev has had a breakout season, reaching four ATP finals and winning three of them, as well as being ranked sixth on the Race To London. However, there have been one or two rough moments for the German....
2017 midseason review: Johanna Konta

2017 midseason review: Johanna Konta

By Stefania Ellero
With two WTA titles, one final and second major semifinal reached in Wimbledon, Konta could surely be positive about her first part of the season....
2017 midseason review: Elena Vesnina

2017 midseason review: Elena Vesnina ByDon Han

Despite winning the BNP Paribas Open this year, Elena Vesnina had to endure through a difficult seven months of 2017, failing to live up to expectations as she did not manage to find her best tennis....
2017 midseason review: Peng Shuai

2017 midseason review: Peng Shuai ByDon Han

After a career-threatening back injury which hindered Peng Shuai at the peak of her career, the Chinese managed to return to her best and she rose back into the Top 30 of the rankings this year, despite being ranked outside the Top 700 around a year ago....
2017 midseason review: Marin Cilic

2017 midseason review: Marin Cilic

World number six Marin Cilic is enjoying a consistent 2017 campaign on the ATP World Tour despite a poor start to the season. The former US Open champion reached his...
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