Roger Federer has suddenly appeared on an Italian rooftop in the town of Finale Ligure (in the province of Savona, a one-hour drive from Genoa) to...
The Swiss tennis star isn't ready to step away from the sport just yet.
Details of the next stage in Federer's recovery have been revealed.
The Swiss Maestro has been praised for his seemingly effortless approach to the sport.
According to Daniil Mevdev’s former data analyst the success of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic is incredibly no more than 2% greater than their...
To excel past such a threshold is a feat that very few have accomplished. Can the Swiss pull it off? We cannot rule it out, even...
The former world No.1 released a statement this morning addressing his current injury-related problems.
Severin Luthi has said part of the process was 'a little complicated' during a recent interview with Swiss TV.
The world No.1 thrashed Federer in the final round of voting conducted by a top sports network.
Was this something the world No.4 personally wanted to do or was it just a massive publicity stunt?
Many are eager to return to the Tour, but are they willing to play without fans?
A comment made by Novak Djokovic has triggered speculation over the current health of the 38-year-old.
More than two decades ago on this day was the start of where it all began for the former world No.1. But what did he and...
The tennis great says it would be 'very hard' to play without a crowd as grand slam chiefs ponder going behind closed doors for the first...
The former mentor of Nadal outlines who he considers to be the best tennis player of all time.
The Canadian tennis star has said the two tennis stars failed to back the initiative as he also criticised Nick Kyrgios over his recent comments concerning...
The German tennis legend believes it will be another group of players that will suffer the most from a break in the sport.
The former world No.1 seems to have changed his mind when it comes to naming who is the best player in the history of men's tennis.
The former US Open champion believes his rival could become more motivated than ever in the coming months.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal lead the calls to merger the ATP and WTA into one organisation.