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The RFT sweep past Germany

The Davis Cup favourites, Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev, representing the Russian Tennis Federation rather than their country as it is banned from international competition for state doping violations, cruised into the final at the Caja Magica in Madrid, after...

Darlene Hard dies at 85

Darlene Hard, winner of 21 major titles in the 1950s and 60s, has died at the age of 85 in Los Angeles on Thursday at the Northridge Hospital after a brief illness, according to Mona Cravens, Director of Student Publications at the University of Southern California,...

Croatia knock Serbia out

Novak Djokovic's dream of leading Serbia to a second Davis Cup title was shattered on Friday when neighbours, Croatia, twice former campions, knocked them out of this year’s competition at the semi-final stage.

China pushes back on WTA decision to suspend Chinese tournaments

The diplomacy war is hotting up over the Peng Shuai affair, with China objecting to the WTA politicising sport and the IOC maintaining its quiet approach under on-going criticism, while the ATP and ITF fail to follow the WTA’s lead.

The RFT slip into the DC semis

Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev as expected, led the Russian Tennis Federation – Russia itself has been banned from international competition for state doping – to the semi-finals of this year’s reformatted Davis Cup brushing Sweden aside 2-0.

WTA suspends business with China

The WTA is making good on its threat to pull its business out of China by announcing that it will suspend tournaments in both China and Hong Kong unless the Chinese authorities take steps to address Peng Shuai’s allegations of sexual abuse and concerns for her welfare...

Djokovic pulls Serbia through to semis

Serbia reached the reformatted Davis Cup semi-finals in Madrid with a 2-1 victory over Kazakhstan after the world No.1 Novak Djokovic came to the team’s rescue.

Konta retires

Former British No 1 Johanna Konta announced her retirement from competitive tennis at the age of 30 on Wednesday in London.

Why Peng Shuai remains of grave concern

The headlines may have died down, but Peng Shuai’s situation remains of grave concern as fears grow that the authorities in China are keeping the former Doubles World No 1 under wraps and preventing her from speaking freely.

Germany squeeze past Britain to reach Madrid.

In the second of the Davis Cup quarterfinals Germany upset Great Britain, squeezing past the favourites in Innsbruk 2-1 to make the Madrid semi-finals later in the week.
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Darlene Hard dies at 85

Darlene Hard dies at 85

Darlene Hard, winner of 21 major titles in the 1950s and 60s, has died at the age of 85 in Los Angeles on Thursday at the Northridge Hospital after a brief illness, according to Mona Cravens, Director of Student Publications at the University of Southern California,...

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Croatia knock Serbia out

Croatia knock Serbia out

Novak Djokovic's dream of leading Serbia to a second Davis Cup title was shattered on Friday when neighbours, Croatia, twice former campions, knocked them out of this year’s competition at the semi-final stage.

read more
The RFT sweep past Germany

The RFT sweep past Germany

The Davis Cup favourites, Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev, representing the Russian Tennis Federation rather than their country as it is banned from international competition for state doping violations, cruised into the final at the Caja Magica in Madrid, after...

read more
The RFT slip into the DC semis

The RFT slip into the DC semis

Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev as expected, led the Russian Tennis Federation – Russia itself has been banned from international competition for state doping – to the semi-finals of this year’s reformatted Davis Cup brushing Sweden aside 2-0.

read more

ATP TOUR

Zverev dethrones Medvedev and takes over as champion

Zverev dethrones Medvedev and takes over as champion

It wasn’t the greatest of matches and in that respect, the final of the ATP Finals was disappointing, for an electrifying clash between two players expected to rule the tennis world over the next decade, was hoped for.

Zverev spoils Djokovic’s party to face Medvedev in final

Zverev spoils Djokovic’s party to face Medvedev in final

The anticipated clash between the two players finishing the year at the top of the world rankings, has been spoilt by Alexander Zverev beating the world No.1 Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of the ATP Finals in Turin, 7-6(4) 4-6 6-3.

WTA TOUR

Krejcikova & Siniakova take doubles honours in Guadalajara

Krejcikova & Siniakova take doubles honours in Guadalajara

Top seeds Barbora Krejcikova & Katerina Siniakova swept past Hsieh Su-wei & Elise Mertens, 6-3 6-4, to lift their first Akron WTA Finals doubles championship, ending the week in Guadalajara, Mexico, undefeated in the 5 matches they have played.

Muguruza lands WTA Finals crown

Muguruza lands WTA Finals crown

Garbiñe Muguruza signalled her return to the top of the game by winning the Akron WTA Finals in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Wednesday night, when she emphatically beat Anett Kontaveit for the second time in a week, 6-3 7-5, to hoist the Billie Jean King Cup aloft and...

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WTA suspends business with China

WTA suspends business with China

The WTA is making good on its threat to pull its business out of China by announcing that it will suspend tournaments in both China and Hong Kong unless the Chinese authorities take steps to address Peng Shuai’s allegations of sexual abuse and concerns for her welfare...

read more
Konta retires

Konta retires

Former British No 1 Johanna Konta announced her retirement from competitive tennis at the age of 30 on Wednesday in London.

read more
Why Peng Shuai remains of grave concern

Why Peng Shuai remains of grave concern

The headlines may have died down, but Peng Shuai’s situation remains of grave concern as fears grow that the authorities in China are keeping the former Doubles World No 1 under wraps and preventing her from speaking freely.

read more

DAVIS CUP & BJK CUP

The RFT sweep past Germany

The RFT sweep past Germany

The Davis Cup favourites, Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev, representing the Russian Tennis Federation rather than their country as it is banned from international competition...

Croatia knock Serbia out

Croatia knock Serbia out

Novak Djokovic's dream of leading Serbia to a second Davis Cup title was shattered on Friday when neighbours, Croatia, twice former campions, knocked them out of this year’s...

The RFT slip into the DC semis

The RFT slip into the DC semis

Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev as expected, led the Russian Tennis Federation – Russia itself has been banned from international competition for state doping – to the...

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GRAND SLAMS

Aussie swing decided

Aussie swing decided

The schedule for pro tennis over the summer Down Under was confirmed on Thursday, when a record 17 tournaments to be held across three states, Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, in January, was announced.

Adelaide confirmed as AO warm-up event in January

Adelaide confirmed as AO warm-up event in January

Although the WTA and ATP have yet to release details of their respective tour schedules for the 2022 season, reports indicate that the Australian leg is coming together with the announcement that Adelaide will host 2 tournaments, including the Adelaide International,...

LTA NEWS

LTA confirms dates for summer events in 2022

LTA confirms dates for summer events in 2022

The LTA has today (Friday) confirmed the dates of its Tour-level events for an exciting summer of British tennis. In 2022 all ATP and WTA Tour-level tournaments will take place in their traditional weeks.

£30 million funding for pubic courts nationwide

£30 million funding for pubic courts nationwide

Earlier this week, the Government and LTA announced a £30 million package to refurbish more than 4,500 public tennis courts in the most deprived parts of the UK, and support a new generation of players to get into the sport.

A chance which can’t be missed

A chance which can’t be missed

Andy Murray, a triple Slam title winner, reckons Emma Raducanu’s US Open triumph is a “huge opportunity for British tennis”.

Hewett and Reid complete historic calendar Grand Slam

Hewett and Reid complete historic calendar Grand Slam

Britain’s Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid made history on Saturday in New York after their fifth successive US Open title together saw them become the first ever wheelchair tennis partnership to complete the calendar Grand Slam in men’s doubles.

Reid ends 2021 Wimbledon challenge as runner-up

Reid ends 2021 Wimbledon challenge as runner-up

Eighteen-time Grand Slam champion Gordon Reid hopes his Wimbledon success and that of fellow Brits Alfie Hewett, Jordanne Whiley, Andy Lapthorne and Lucy Shuker will inspire the next generation of wheelchair tennis players to pick up a racket after he finished...

Hewett, Reid and Whiley improve their Wimbledon title hauls

Hewett, Reid and Whiley improve their Wimbledon title hauls

Brits Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid and Jordanne Whiley all added to their collections of multiple Wimbledon doubles titles on Saturday, as four of five players on the LTA’s Wheelchair Tennis Performance Pathway tasted victory on the penultimate day of The Championships.

Hewett lifts his third singles title

Hewett lifts his third singles title

Alfie Hewett became a three-time French Open men’s wheelchair singles champion and a five-time Grand Slam singles winner on Monday after claiming a high-quality final against Japan’s world No.1 Shingo Kunieda 6-3, 6-4 at Roland Garros.

Hewett and Reid claim titles and make history

Hewett and Reid claim titles and make history

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid produced a record-breaking performance at the French Open on Saturday as they became the most successful all-British partnership in Grand Slam competition after beating French second seeds Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer 6-3, 6-0 at...