(Abstract) We’ve written a letter to Roger Federer, who’s been forced to take a break, and who’ll be forced to come back.
No tennis player have tested positive for the virus, but the world of tennis could face multiple challenges over the coming months.
Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier journalist James Beck reflects of the latest achievement of the world No.1.
I asked Nadal an innocent question about his wedding; he took it so badly that he eventually burst into an offensive: “That’s bullshit”
It’s a well-known fact that every single thing goes into renovation and re-shaping as we move on, sports are, certainly, included in this category that undergoes...
The 2019 Laver Cup showed all over again why it was an opportunity for tennis to be diverse in its offering.
Charleston Post and Courier columnist James Beck reflects on this year's US Open.
Amid the huddle of early-round exits and some scattered withdrawals, a couple of players made the most of opportunities they received at the 2019 US Open....
The 2019 US Open has barely begun but off-court news surrounding the sport’s refereeing officials have reverberated more than the on-court results.
The two household names are set to lock horns at Flushing Meadows on Monday.
It’s almost a year since Serena Williams got embroiled in a war of words with chair umpire Carlos Ramos in the 2018 US Open final. The...
Will the recent surge in high-profile double partnerships have any impact on the long term future of the discipline?
A few years before, there existed a quartet called Big Four in men’s tennis. At certain points in their time-line of dominance, injuries plagued each member...
The Australian's Citi Open win brought forth a wave of positiveness about him. But its enduring or lack thereof is a test for his viewers, hereon.
$1 million in endorsements and a win over Venus before her 16th birthday. America has a new sporting sensation on the horizon.
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.
The re-igniting of the Fedal rivalry at the French Open has renewed implications, going beyond the event itself
It was the longest match of the tournament, at the end of which the Greek left the court a student instead of a victor.
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,...