A few years before, there existed a quartet called Big Four in men’s tennis. At certain points in their time-line of dominance, injuries plagued each member...
The three-time grand slam champion speaks out about his latest loss.
The world No.19 was in a reflective mood following his latest victory on the ATP Tour.
Ubitennis had a quick chat with the three-time grand slam champion at the Fever-Tree Championships in London on Sunday.
A fresh face has joined the team of the former world No.3.
The top seed shares his opinion of the three-time grand slam winner at Roland Garros.
It was the longest match of the tournament, at the end of which the Greek left the court a student instead of a victor.
Wawrinka set up a quarter-final clash with Federer by outlasting Tsitsipas in a titanic five-set encounter that lasted over five hours.
The Swiss No.2 reflects on his current fitness and future goals following his latest win at Roland Garros.
Roger Federer eased into the last 32 with a win over Oscar Otte as Stan Wawrinka showed that he means business in Paris.
It has been almost two years since the former top 10 player reached the second week of a grand slam tournament.
The Swiss player has said there is a ‘worrying decline in moral stands’ in men's tennis.
The former world No.3 has called for more to be done in the sport to help protect the environment.
The former world No.3 opens up about what it has been like growing up in the shadows of the 20-time grand slam champion.
20-time grand slam champion Roger Federer required less than an hour to book his place in the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open after easing...
The former world No.3 has got off to a solid start in Mexico.
Stan Wawrinka stopped a three-match losing streak against Milos Raonic with a 6-4 7-6 (7-4) over the Canadian player in one hour and 37 minutes in the...
The duo reflects on their previous setbacks on the tour ahead of the ATP 500 tournament.
The argument over who should govern men's tennis in the future continues.
The former French Open finalist looks back on what has been a roller coaster season for the Swiss No.2.