Author: Adam Addicott
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After experiancing the most serious injury of his career, the British player is eager to make up for lost time on the tour.
Nick Kyrgios (zimbio.com) Nick Kyrgios has been forced to spend some time away from the court after his ongoing elbow injury flared up once again. ...
The world No.2 is one of only seven athletes named in this year's Time 100
The 10-time French Open champion takes a trip down memory lane as he reflects on his rivalry with the world No.34.
The 12-time grand slam champion has details his plans for the near future following his exit from the Monte Carlo Masters.
A multi-million pound deal has triggered an end to the US Open being shown on British TV
The All England Club has launched a takeover bid of a neighbouring golf club that would expand its capacity by 73 acres if it is ...
The 27-year-old has criticised the tournament for failing to take actions against those making threats against her
A total of eight players will enter this year's grand slam tournament with the use of a protected ranking.
The 12-time grand slam champion has spoken about the reason why he has chosen to modify his tennis racket
The world No.1 has admitted that the Kosmos-back proposal is far from perfect
The former world No.1 has been backed to win more major titles in the future
After stepping away from the sport in her early 20s, Marino is hoping to make up for lost time.
The French player has spoken out about the ongoing debate concerning plans to change the format of the Davis Cup
The world No.13 has spoken about his recent separation with Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek as well as his current coaching set-up.
The former British No.2 is making his return to the sport with support from his national tennis federation.
The timers are likly to be used in more tournament in the future despite criticism from the world No.1.
The Austrian No.1 is hoping to get back on track as he continues his recovery from an ankle problem
The win in Houston had a much deeper meaning for the 28-year-old that goes beyond the court.