Kei Nishikori secured a big win at his home Olympics by beating Andrey Rublev.
The Greek produced some brilliant tennis in Monte Carlo and also had some luck on his side. The question is how will Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal...
The world No.8 takes confidence from his latest run but admits it is 'impossible' to play at his very top level every week on the Tour.
The 22-year-old produced a clinical performance to clinch the biggest clay court title of his career to date.
Rafael Nadal was disappointed in his serve as he was beaten by Andrey Rublev in Monte-Carlo.
The world No.8 gives an honest assessment on his chances of winning his first Masters title.
Andrey Rublev says he won’t have one if it was his choice and Aryna Sabalenka has concerns over the manufacturing process. On the other hand, others...
The world No.8 says the upcoming tournament will be a 'great challenge' following the withdrawal by a series of players.
A series of rules implemented to help players during the COVID-19 pandemic are making some feel they are at a disadvantage.
Despite being one of the Tour's more in-form players, the 23-year-old explains why he has doubts about achieving success in his latest tournament.
The world No.50 shares his opinion of the Russian ahead of their clash in Doha.
The Russian and world number 8 won the title in Rotterdam beating his Hungarian opponent in straight sets.
The Russian world number 8 booked his spot in the final eight after beating the Scott in rather convincing fashion.
The world No.4 has won his 19th Tour match in a row as he seeks his first Grand Slam title in Melbourne.
Thiem won the most ATP points in the Grand Slams, while Rublev won the most matches. Nole had a more traditional schedule, while Nadal played fewer...
Both new and old stars of men's tennis have been honoured at this year's awards.
UbiTennis looks back on the stand out achievements that have taken place on the ATP Tour throughout 2020.
UbiTennis looks at the biggest prize money winners on both the men’s and women’s Tour this year.
The two-time Grand Slam winner has issued a harsh reality check to the world No.8.
The world No.5 speaks out about what he describes as an 'amazing' level of tennis from his fellow countryman.