Serena seeks Grand Slam No.24. But the women’s draw at the 2020 US Open could scarcely be more open or difficult to predict.
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UbiTennis speaks to two tennis professionals in New York about their experiences amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The tennis legend didn’t hold back when asked about his opinion about the upcoming Grand Slam in New York.
The two former tennis professionals give their opinions on the upcoming men’s tournament and what to expect.
The head of the USTA is confident that this year's event will be a success despite the unusual circumstances.
Throughout the New York major players will be allowed to display support for a series of social justice causes ranging from Black Lives Matter to gay...
A year after becoming the first player from her country to win a major singles title, Bianca Andreescu has become the latest top name to pull...
A total of nine top 40 players from the women's Tour will be missing from the event and some those set to play also have their...
The Melbourne major has pledged to protect players and maintain their prize money payout despite the threat from COVID-19.
Players must sign the document in order to play in the Grand Slam which also prohibits them from launching legal action in groups.
A full breakdown of what players will win in every round of the tournament have been revealed.
Further details about protocols and testing at two key events have been issued by the USTA.
Who will be the next tennis star to announce their withdrawal?
The Australian has become the first top name to pull out of New York, but how many others will follow?
The latest plans for Melbourne Park have been discussed by tournament director Craig Tiley.
A key lead up tournament has been axed and the USTA faces a 80% drop in their net operating income, but optimism over North America only...
Craig Tiley has suggested that some players will soon end their 2020 campaigns and instead switch their focus to next year.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club has announced that players who would had qualified to play this year's tournament will receive payouts of up to £25,000.
Before Wimbledon 2004, Maria Sharapova was virtually unknown. Over the next two weeks, her life changed, and so did women's tennis.