A former world N.4 and a two-time Slam finalist, the American was known as “Marathon Man” due to his tally of nine wins from two sets...
Patrick McEnroe beat 13 Top 10 players throughout his career, reaching the 28th spot in the ATP Rankings. Now a brilliant sports-caster, he is currently confined...
During an Instagram live chat between the two tennis stars, world No.1 Djokovic reflects on his ‘biggest career regret.’
In an exclusive video interview the two-time French Open doubles champion believes the Federer-Nadal rivalry could have been a lot different if one particular match had...
Martin Mulligan, three-time champion in Rome, reminisces about the match point he had against Rod Laver in 1962, the year of Rocket’s first Grand Slam. At...
Ubitennis speaks to the former tournament director of Indian Wells about his personal achievements as a player and the current status of tennis.
The prestigious American journalist has spoken to Ubitennis about how the sport is coping during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta catches up with Hall of Famer Steve Flink about tennis during the coronavirus emergency
Renowned tennis journalist Steve Flink from The Tennis Channel joins Ubitennis to provide expert analysis two of the biggest stories to rock the world of tennis...
Ben Rothenberg from The New York Times joins Ubitennis to reflect on the men's final at Melbourne Park.
American journalist Joel Drucker joins Ubitennis' Ubaldo Scanagatta to analyse a thrilling women's final at Melbourne Park.
Ben Rothenberg joins Ubitennis to reflect on Dominic Thiem’s milestone win in Melbourne Park on Friday.
Ubitennis and tennis journalist Richard Evans discuss Novak Djokovic's dismantling of Roger Federer and the women's semi-finals in Melbourne.
A four set thriller resulted in the shock exit of the world No.1.
Ubitennis is joined by Rene Stauffer to discuss Roger Federer's miraculous win over Tennys Sandgren at the Australian Open.
The match that everybody was talking about on the second Monday of the grand slam lived up to expectations.
Ubitennis discusses a crazy day five at the Australian Open which saw Coco Gauff and Roger Federer advance into the second week.
Ben Rothenberg from The New York Times joins Ubitennis to discuss the unexpected run of good fortune for American players in the men’s draw at Melbourne...
It was a blustery day at Melbourne Park but it failed to derail the big names in the tournament.
Here is a review of the highs and lows that took place at Melbourne Park on Tuesday.