According to a member of Tennis Australia, this is the real reason why Federer isn't playing in the first Grand Slam of 2021.
An in-depth analysis of the transition from junior to pro competition of the Major winners from 1988 to 2020. Some proved great champions as professionals (like...
Will the former world No.1 begin his comeback from injury in the Dutch city?
A former French Open champion believes the probability of other players winning major titles next year is increasing.
Both new and old stars of men's tennis have been honoured at this year's awards.
The coach of the Swiss maestro jokes that the former world No.1 wants to play tennis forever as he speaks out ahead of the 2021 season.
Could 2021 be the year the Swiss Maestro pulls the plug on his record breaking career?
The 39-year-old has issued a new update about his current fitness and plans for 2021.
The world No.5 outlines one of his biggest goals for the new season.
A senior European tennis official has branded the tennis star 'irresponsible' and alleges that he paid a vital role in changing the ranking rules to benefit...
The three-time Grand Slam champion sheds light on a wake up call he received shortly after the French Open.
The Grand Slam finalist gives his view on Federer's chances for 2021.
The 21-year-old explains what it is like to face somebody who is considered by some as the 'greatest legend' in tennis.
Former top 10 player Gilles Simon speaks out about why he believes the hype surrounding Federer has had a negative impact on the sport!
The world No.44 opens up about who he considers the best ever tennis player and why.
The former top 10 player speak out about the dominance of the trio, great talents in the sport and what he has learned from working with...
The forward for Juventus F.C. Speaks out about the 20-time Grand Slam champion as well as other topics concerning the world of tennis.
The Swiss Maestro has named the tournament he is planning to stage his comeback at as he sheds some light on his current fitness.
A campaign set up in support of the Swiss maestro has failed but supporters have not given up yet.
UbiTennis investigated the results of over 200 tournaments to ascertain who have been the most successful on the dirt in men’s tennis since 1968.