The 20-time Grand Slam winner has pulled out of his opening match at the ATP Cup just hours before he was set to play.
The king of clay has broken his silence over the quarantine conditions in Australia for players.
The world No.67 has said she is yet to receive training equipment and still doesn't know what strain of the virus she has.
A series of changes have been implemented after dozens of players was placed into a strict quarantine after being deemed a close contact of somebody who...
Andy Murray will miss next month's Australian Open after testing positive for COVID-19 a couple of weeks ago.
Marcelo Demoliner celebrated his birthday in quarantine, his doubles partner isn't allowed to leave his room for 14 days and he believes there is a difference...
Craig Tiley has spoken out publicly about Djokovic’s letter for the first time he seeks to ease tensions among the players.
Three senior government figures have dismissed a list of demands set out by the world No.1 over the weekend.
There is a fresh headache for Craig Tiley with the world No.1 calling for changes to the current system.
Officials and players are at a disagreement over the rules concerning who is deemed a 'close contact' of somebody who test positive for COVID-19.
More players head into hard quarantine ahead of the first grand slam of the year.
It is understood that Kei Nishikori and Victoria Azarenka are among those to be affected by the latest development.
Did the 20-year-old break the rules with her trip?
The three-time Grand Slam champion still wants to travel to Melbourne later this month but will it be possible?
The world No.50 is said to be allowed to fly following intervention from tennis boss Craig Tiley.
Questions are being raised over the efficiency of the testing process after officials discovered that one player was positive during their first round match.
The decision to move the world’s best tennis stars to another part of Australia has triggered fears that it will leave others at a disadvantage.
The world's best players are set to face off against each other in a new exhibition tournament at the end of this month.
According to a member of Tennis Australia, this is the real reason why Federer isn't playing in the first Grand Slam of 2021.
The decision comes after residents voiced concern that international tennis players pose a potential health risk to them.