Coaching carousel spinning out of control on tennis tour
Inevitably, there's some coaching turnover, but the number of changes this offseason is baffling. Is it just an anomaly, or is something bigger going on?
How Andy Murray became the new Novak Djokovic
There's something to be said about coaching stability. Look no further than the recent decisions Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic have made.
Becker: Djokovic needs to rediscover work ethic
Boris Becker has suggested Novak Djokovic must start working harder on the practice court to reclaim the No. 1 ranking from Andy Murray.
Change of direction just what Novak Djokovic needs
With his decision to split with coach Boris Becker, Novak Djokovic is finally conceding he needs a fresh start in 2017.
Djokovic parts company with Becker
World No. 2 Novak Djokovic and coach Boris Becker have gone their separate ways.
How Michael Mmoh intends to make himself a force on tour
Talent alone isn't going to get American teenager Michael Mmoh to the pinnacle of the game. But he has a game plan that just might.
Nadal: Kyrgios has 'unbelievable potential'
Rafael Nadal's powers may appear to be on the wane, but the 14-time major winner believes the next star of the men's game is already right under our noses.
What surprises are in store at Aussie?
Breakthroughs for Milos Raonic and Madison Keys? A stumble by Andy Murray? Here are some bold predictions about the 2017 Australian Open, which will be here before you know it.
Murray adds balloon modelling to list of achievements
World No. 1, Wimbledon and Olympic champion, balloon modeller. Is there anything Andy Murray can't do?
Becker uncertain on Djokovic coaching role
Boris Becker has said he doesn't know whether he will be Novak Djokovic's coach next year, but he warned that Andy Murray will have a tough time staying No. 1.
VOTE: Is Rosberg's the most shocking retirement ever in sport?
With F1 champion Nico Rosberg stunning the world by retiring less than a week after winning his first title, ESPN wants to know: Is this the most shocking retirement in sporting history?
Watch out, Big Four; here comes Delpo
After years of struggling with injuries, Juan Martin del Potro has become a real threat to break into the stratosphere occupied by Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Noah to remain France's Davis Cup captain
The French tennis federation says that Yannick Noah will remain Davis Cup captain for next season.
Rafter: Australia can produce better players.
Pat Rafter explains why he thinks Australia can do more to produce better players.
Rusedski: Lendl knowledge crucial.
Greg Rusedski discusses the impact Ivan Lendl has had on Andy Murray's recent successes since returning to his coaching team.
34 Spaniards detained in match-fixing inquiry
Spanish authorities say they have detained 34 people, including six tennis players, involved in a tennis match-fixing network that made more than $500,000 in lower-tier tournaments.
Konta splits from coach after career-best year
Johanna Konta has split from Spanish coach Esteban Carril despite a career-best year in 2016 that saw her reach the Australian Open semifinals.
Top-15 players Kvitova, Pliskova swap coaches
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has hired Karolina Pliskova's former coach, and Pliskova has hired Kvitova's former coach.
Top players set for Sydney International
The Sydney International will boast the strongest women's draw for a 32-player field in a WTA tournament in the past 12 months.
Kyrgios can win over Aussie public - Hewitt
Lleyton Hewitt is tipping Nick Kyrgios to win back Aussie fans after seeing a vastly different side to Australian sport's most polarising personality.
Murray should win at least two majors in 2017 - Rusedski
Andy Murray should be targeting at least two grand slam titles in 2017, according to former British No. 1 Greg Rusedski.
Keothavong to become Britain's Fed Cup captain
Former British No.1 and Fed Cup veteran Anne Keothavong is to succeed Judy Murray as Great Britain's captain.
The feel-good sports story that is Juan Martin del Potro
Comeback stories in sports are nothing new. But the one we're seeing from the Argentine tennis star is one to notice and appreciate.
Murray must improve again to stay No. 1 - Smith
Andy Murray must keep improving next season if he wants to stay at No. 1, according to Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith.
Del Potro wins Davis Cup epic.
Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro came from two sets down to beat Croatia's Marin Cilic in a classic five-set Davis Cup final rubber in Zagreb.
"You have to take the points here." "Don't go for two until you have to." "Run the ball here because if you don't go anywhere you can just run out the clock." It's time for unwritten rules to go.
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