The 2014 Roland Garros starts on Sunday, and it promises to be a very exciting event.
Female tennis player Caroline Wozniacki says that her love for Liverpool will help her get over the break-up with Rory McIlroy.
Andy Murray goes head-to-head with 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer on Wednesday morning - but who will come out on top?
Andy Murray has played just two tour matches since his return from back surgery and doesn't expect to win the first Grand Slam of the year.
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The former world number 1 and multiple grand slam winner believes that the end of season event should move from London to help promote the game globally…
Watch arguably the greatest rally in the history of men's tennis, from last nights US Open final
It's the most played fixture in the open era of men's tennis but will tonight's US Open final between Nadal and Djokovic be another classic?
A round up of the latest news stories from across the world of sport.
With a name like Coco Vandeweghe, going under the radar has never been that easy for a woman who is now ranked as the fifth‑best American player.
The look on John Isner’s face said it all: “Not again.” The American, whose name will forever be etched in Wimbledon history after his 11-hour, five-minute epic with Nicolas Mahut in 2010, a match in which he won the fifth set 70-68, on Sunday found himself embroiled in yet another marathon match here.
Britain’s Heather Watson was handed the second-largest single fine in Wimbledon history on Saturday – $12,000 (£9,043) for unsportsmanlike conduct in her first-round defeat by Annika Beck of Germany.