He will never win a popularity battle with Federer, but does that really matter?
Like his career, Kyrgios’ first round win was anything but ordinary at The All England Club. Not that this is a bad thing for the sport.
$1 million in endorsements and a win over Venus before her 16th birthday. America has a new sporting sensation on the horizon.
Whilst the WTA Tour has relished the on-court coaching rule for the past 11 years, opinion among the men’s tennis elite reflect a completely different scenario.
Ashleigh Barty’s maiden Major title win over Marketa Vondrousova culminated an eventful fortnight from the women, who held themselves distinct vis-à-vis the men at Roland Garros.
It was the longest match of the tournament, at the end of which the Greek left the court a student instead of a victor.
American author Michael Mewshaw shares his thoughts on the formidable Fabio Fognini.
From criticising the French Open to making a dig at Novak Djokovic, Kyrgios' outspoken comments have not gone down too well with many.
But while fewer though in number, five-set matches – and the ones to follow – will invoke vividness and nostalgia once the dust settles – literally,...
Ubitennis Reflects on Ferrer's career with the help of two prestigious Spanish journalists.
1976 was the magical year of Adriano Panatta and Italian tennis in general, which had not really shone much since the time of Pietrangeli and Sirola...
Is there any solution to Jerzy Janowicz's ongoing spat with the Polish Tennis Federation?
Osaka is currently one of the most sought after tennis players in the world, but not everything is perfect.
Following the 2018 Australian Open I wrote a story titled “Players’ Union - Is It Needed?” which examined how tennis professionals, contrary to popular assumptions, really...
From Djokovic's French Open chances to the campaign against on-court coaching - there is still a lot to be discussed.
Tennis columnist James Beck reflects on Djokovic's latest win and what the future lies for him on the European clay.
Charleston Post and Courier columnist James Beck reflects on Naomi Osaka's Historic win at the Australian Open!
Kvitova was a loser on the court, but remains a winner off.