Nadal, Muguruza named as ITF's best of 2017
Rafael Nadal and Garbine Muguruza have won the International Tennis Federation's Player of the Year awards.
Kuznetsova (wrist) to miss Australian Open
Svetlana Kuznetsova, who had surgery on her wrist, has withdrawn from January's Australian Open.
Genie Bouchard hangs with her Twitter date (again)
Eugenie Bouchard made headlines during the Super Bowl when she agreed to go on a date with a fan if the Patriots won. She made good on the deal soon after, and it seems the two have kept in touch. We spy a reunion!
Konta hires former Sharapova coach
British No.1 Johanna Konta will look to Maria Sharapova's former coach Mike Joyce to regain the form which took her to world No. 4 in July.
Aussie official: Serena 'very likely' to defend
Defending Australian Open champion Serena Williams looks "very likely" to make her competitive return to tennis in Melbourne, tournament director Craig Tiley said.
Hewitt: It's a mental game for Tomic.
Australian tennis great Lleyton Hewitt believes Bernard Tomic needs to regain confidence in his game to come back strong.
Miami Open move to Dolphins stadium in doubt
An agreement to move the Miami Open to the Dolphins' stadium is in jeopardy because of a previously undisclosed audit concerning how much money the tennis tournament owes Miami-Dade County.
Is Stepanek the right guy to get Djokovic back on track?
Novak Djokovic will return to the court in 2018 with a new voice guiding him. But realistically, how much of a difference can Radek Stepanek make?
Djokovic brings aboard Stepanek as coach
Novak Djokovic is bringing aboard former top-10 player Radek Stepanek as a coach.
Former US Open finalist Vinci to retire in May
Former US Open finalist Roberta Vinci says she will retire from tennis after the Italian Open in May.
Noah will again captain France in Davis Cup
Yannick Noah is staying on as France captain for the Davis Cup defense next year.
Dolphins owner nears deal to host Miami Open
The Miami Open, which has been played on Key Biscayne since 1987, has an agreement in place to play at the Miami Dolphins' stadium and adjacent grounds.
What do those new Grand Slam rules really mean?
Yes, the powers that be want to speed up tennis. No, a shot clock hasn't been confirmed for the Australian Open main draw. We take a closer look at the Grand Slam Board's rule changes and how they will impact the sport.
Barty wins Newcombe Medal after stellar year
Ashleigh Barty has won the Newcombe Medal as Australia's outstanding tennis player of 2017.
Barty praises Dellacqua's support.
Newcombe medal winner Ashleigh Barty admits she couldn't be there without her doubles partner Casey Dellacqua.
BFF Goals: Serena and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement on Monday, and we're pretty sure Serena Williams is celebrating from afar and picking her fascinator for the wedding.
Why it's a bad idea to underestimate David Goffin
David Goffin, all 150 pounds of him, has developed his game to the point where he has what it takes to topple tennis' Goliaths.
Failure to complete: Numbers behind the withdrawals on ATP Tour
Retiring mid-match or withdrawing from a tennis tournament is nothing new on the ATP Tour, but what do the numbers actually tell us?
France claims Davis Cup, first title in 16 years
Lucas Pouille beat Steve Darcis in straight sets Sunday to lead France past Belgium 3-2 for the Davis Cup title. It is France's first Cup win in 16 years and its 10th overall.
France takes 2-1 lead in Davis Cup final
Yannick Noah took a big gamble in the Davis Cup final and it paid off.
LTA apologises over child abuse case
The Lawn Tennis Association has issued an apology and will instigate an independent inquiry after one of its coaches in Wales was jailed earlier this year for sexually abusing an under-age player.
Jimmy Connors, among others, owes success to Pancho Segura
Pancho Segura wasn't a towering figure like Rod Laver, but he left a mark far bigger than his stats show.
Sharapova part of Indian housing-fraud inquiry
Maria Sharapova is being investigated by police in India in a cheating and criminal conspiracy case involving a real estate company that used the tennis star to endorse a luxury housing project that never took off.
Why 2018 will be year of disruption in men's tennis
After a 2017 men's tennis season full of surprises, we can't wait to see what 2018 has in store. So here are five predictions for the coming year, when Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer had better watch their backs.
Tennis players to be fined for slow match preparations
Players will face a fine of up to $20,000 if they are not ready to play seven minutes after they walk on court at next year's Grand Slams.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives his thoughts on Man United's new signings, his relationship with Lukaku and Pogba, and more.
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