More than two decades ago on this day was the start of where it all began for the former world...
All options are on the table as tennis bosses continue to ponder when and how they can restart the sport.
Potentially cancelling the Melbourne major is one of the options being considered by Tennis Australia.
All options are on the table for the Melbourne major as uncertainty surrounding the resumption date of the tour continues.
It has been reported that the date to resume the tour is unrealistic given the current situation.
The is set to be another change to the scheduling of the event, but some are wondering if it will go ahead at all.
The ex-world No.6 has also accused French Open organisers of being selfish with their scheduling.
Will North America’s biggest tennis tournament be allowed to take place later this year?
Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta speaks with hall of famer Steve Flink about where the sport could be heading once the tour resumes and the impact the...
Will the USTA be able to defy the odds and stage the North American grand slam as planned?
After 46 consecutive Championships, from Connors-Rosewall to Djokovic-Federer, for me this feels like the interruption of a religious experience, a small trauma. I’ve spent two years...
The outpouring of tributes shows why the grass-court major is one of the most special events in the world.
For the first time since World War Two, Wimbledon has been cancelled.
German Tennis Federation vice-president Dirk Hordoff confirms Wimbledon will not take place in 2020. The decision by the FFT to postpone Paris will not stand: the...
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The postponement of the French Open is a provocation (or even a war declaration) to start a discussion on the current season calendar.
The change to the grand slam calendar hasn't gone down too well.
The world No.2 also sheds some light on the WhatsApp group the Big Three have.