The Frenchman says he is going back on holiday following his latest defeat and it is unclear as to when or if he will return to...
The world No.47 has a blunt message when it comes to the playing at the Australian Open next year.
The French tennis star views playing matches behind close doors as just a 'workout' and is undeterred by his series of defeats or criticism from others...
The tennis star says there were mornings when he ‘couldn’t get out of bed’ before matches. He looks to be back on track in Madrid this...
A committee has concluded that the French Player has 'undermined the value of sport.'
The tennis player insists that he does ‘his maximum’ on the court as one former Grand Slam champion urges the ATP to take action against him...
Paire's bemusement with the current situation of the Tour has sparked a reaction from the former coach of Rafael Nadal.
The world No.31 explains why he thinks it is better to lose in the first round of tournaments.
The French tennis star says he has lost his enjoyment of playing as he hit out at the ATP Tour in a Instagram post.
The fiery world No.29 tweeted 'in the end it's worth it to suck' following his controversial match that will likely result in him getting fined.
The Frenchman claims that there was unequal treatment during the Australian quarantine and also took a swipe at the ATP.
Ubitennis.net speaks to the world No.28 during a press conference ahead of his campaign at the Astana Open.
The chief of the Flushing Meadows event says the decision has been based on ‘medical science.’
Following the positive test, four other players have been told to stay inside their hotel rooms on the eve on the New York major getting underway.
The French world No.55 was far from happy at the ASB Classic in New Zealand.
Second seed Roger Federer comfortably booked his place in the third round of the US Open after a 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 win over Benoit Paire of...
Benoit Paire brought his entertaining style to Toronto as he sets up a second round showdown with Rafael Nadal.
A moment of madness has left the French player out of pocket.
Check out the video of the former top 20 player going crazy at the ATP 500 event.
Kei Nishikori overcame a difficult challenge to beat Benoit Paire in five sets and book his place in round three at Roland Garros.