The road to Roland Garros will come to an appropriate crescendo, as Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will meet for the first time this year on...
It’s semifinal day in Rome, and hopefully the rain in the forecast doesn’t disturb the order of play.
Perhaps the three best male players of all-time highlight the men’s quarterfinals, while the WTA No.1 takes on the WTA’s hottest player.
The tournament kicks into high gear today, with the top three men and women in the world making their 2019 Italian Open debuts.
Following yesterday’s thrilling upset of Rafael Nadal, is Stefanos Tsitsipas ready to topple the world No.1 less than 24 hours later?
In the first year the tournament was played on clay, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic played their first truly epic contest.
With six top 10 players in today’s singles action, we should be in for some great battles on the penultimate weekend of the Mutua Madrid Open
With all six singles matches on today’s schedule being so strong, here’s a mini-preview of all the men's singles quarter-finals and women's singles semi-finals.
Rafael Nadal will play his first match of the tournament, but what condition will he be in?
Thursday’s schedule at Caja Magica is phenomenal, highlighted by the top three men and women in the world: Novak, Rafa, Roger, Naomi, Petra, and Simona.
Seven out of the world’s top 5 male and top 5 female players will be in action.
The road to Roland Garros escalates to a new level this week in Spain’s capital city.
Federer gives title No.101 another try, while Isner looks to defend his Miami title.
We have two Canadian teenagers in the semifinals, but they face stiff competition in the defending champion and the GOAT.
On Thursday, the men complete their quarter-finals, while the women play the semi-finals.
There is an air of unpredictability sweeping the Miami Gardens, especially after Novak Djokovic’s surprising loss on Tuesday.
Monday’s schedule is overflowing with great matches, especially on the women’s side where all eight round of 16 matches will be played.
Sunday will see Novak Djokovic, Venus Williams, Simona Halep, and both defending singles champions take to the court.
It’s the first weekend of action at the brand-new Miami Open, which relocated this year to the Hard Rock Stadium, home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.
We may not have gotten Federer/Nadal yesterday, but today we get two fresh and intriguing matchups in the singles finals.