In only the third week of the year, 2019’s first Major is already underway.
Day 1 at the Australian Open will certainly be newsworthy, as it may just be the last match in the great career of Andy Murray.
With the new season already upon us, here’s a look at the prospects of the top ATP players.
With the new season already upon us, here’s a look at the prospects of the top WTA players.
Here is our fourth and final instalment of the year’s dramatic highs and lows, presented in chronological order.
Here is our third instalment of the year’s dramatic highs and lows, presented in chronological order.
Here is the first instalment of the year’s dramatic highs and lows, presented in chronological order.
Ubitennis looks back at the achievements of the best players on the ATP World Tour this season.
Ubitennis analyse the performances of the best players on the WTA Tour.
Novak Djokovic plays for his record-tying sixth championship at the ATP Finals, but a 21-year-old phenom stands in his way.
The top four seeds have advanced out of the round robin stage, and will fight for the trophy this weekend in a single elimination format.
It’s the final day of round-robin play at the ATP Finals, with three players fighting for the remaining birth in the semifinals.
It’s the final day of round robin play for the Lleyton Hewitt Group, and all four players still have a chance to advance.
Novak Djokovic plays Sascha Zverev for the top spot in the Guga Kuerten Group, while Marin Cilic plays John Isner to stay out of last place.
Kevin Anderson plays Kei Nishikori for the top spot in the Lleyton Hewitt Group, while Roger Federer plays Dominic Thiem to stay out of last place.
New World No.1 Novak Djokovic will play his first match of the tournament on Monday in London, along with three men standing 6’6” or higher in...
The best players of 2018 will battle it out in a round-robin format for the year’s biggest title outside of a Major.
The singles final will feature two players who are undefeated thus far this week in Singapore.
Capping off another topsy-turvy year on the WTA tour, the lowest four seeds in the tournament have advanced out of the robin stage.
In the red group, all matches thus far have gone to three sets, and all four players still have a chance of advancing on Friday.