One of the oldest tennis events in the world will be changed once again.
The 34-year-old will continue his playing career in 2021 but is also likely to take on a top coaching position in his country.
Chris Kermode has said the current schedule of the events are ‘ludicrous’.
It had been claimed that the former top 10 player was pondering playing in Madrid later this year.
The Swiss maestro is the only member of the Big Three not to feature in the revamped event later this year.
The prospect of being sanctioned by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) prompted the All India Tennis Association (AITA), the apex Indian tennis body, to agree to...
The Kosmos founder has made some comments that will likely not go down well with the governing body of men's tennis.
But while fewer though in number, five-set matches – and the ones to follow – will invoke vividness and nostalgia once the dust settles – literally,...
Mardy Fish takes the reins of the US Davis Cup team and feels very strongly about the new format for the competition: "If you love Davis...
BNP Paribas will no longer sponsor the Davis Cup after 17 years.
Kosmos is ready to stuff the pockets of players and federations with a lot of fresh money, but the battle with ATP and Laver Cup could...
The former part-time coach of Nick Kyrgios has been selected to replace compatriot Amelie Mauresmo.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is facing another nightmare after it has emerged that Novak Djokovic is talking with players behind the scenes about changing the...
The German official has named the countries that voted in favour of changing the format of the Davis Cup earlier this year.
Marin Cilic and Borna Coric give Croatia a 2-0 lead over France in the Davis Cup final in Lille.
One of the UK's most prominent Davis Cup supporters group has spoken to Ubitennis about the radical changes coming to the competition.
The 37-year-old has spoken out about an ultimatum that was given to him by the organisers of the Davis Cup.
France's top sports newspaper has obtained information concerning a revolt against the Davis Cup among some top players.
One of the key driving forces behind the revamped competition has spoken out about the chances of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer playing.
The key investor of the revamped team competition has hit back at criticism of its founder Gerard Pique.