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Osorio Serrano takes on Zidansek in Bogotà final

At the WTA 250 tournament in Bogotà, 19-year old wildcard Maria Camila Osorio Serrano will play for her first career title on home soil at the Copa Cosalnitas against the No 5 seed, Tamara Zidansek on Sunday.

Kudermetova to meet Kovinic in Charleston final

15th-seeded Veronika Kudermetova made it into the Volvo Car Open trophy match in Charleston where she will meet unseeded Danka Kovinic, both unlikely and surprising finalists from a field that was led by World No 1 Ash Barty and 4th-ranked Sofia Kenin among 9 of the...

Pablo Carreno Busta makes Marbella final

The final of the Andalucia Open in Marbella will be fought out by Spaniards Pablo Carreno Busta, the top seed and the unseeded Jaume Munar who were well tested by two compatriots during their semi-final clashes on Saturday,

Tennis mourns HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh

The All England Lawn Tennis Club led tributes to His Royal Highness Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99 on Friday at Windsor Castle, conveying sincerest sympathies to the Royal Family on behalf of the tennis world.

Paris move is causing problems

There has been a bit of kick-back over the FFT’s decision to postpone the French Open by a week to 24 May, with tournaments on the ATP and WTA calendars affected, and players critical.

Badosa blitzes Barty to join Kudermetova, Kovonic and Jabeur in Charleston last 4

Spain’s Paula Badosa, ranked 71, stunned the World No 1 Ash Barty at the Volvo Car Open in Charleston on Friday night in straight sets to reach the biggest semi-final of her career at the WTA 500 event.

It’s an all Spanish semi-final line-up in Marbella

Not surprisingly perhaps, but the semi-finals of the Andalucia Open in Marbella is being filled by local talent but it is the first time in 17 years (Valencia) that four players from the same country have made it to the last four.

Barty battles on as Kvitova and Muguruza depart

Ash Barty came through a tough challenge from Shelby Rogers at the Volvo Car Open in Charleston to reach the quarter-finals, but Petra Kvitova and Garbiñe Muguruza, who were seeded to meet there, both bowed out.

Evans crashes out of Cagliari

The British No1, Dan Evans, the top seed at the Sardegna Open, was beaten after a two-hour and 10-minute three-set marathon, by Italian teenager Lorenzo Musetti.

French Open delayed by one week

The 2021 French Open, due to start on 23 May, is being delayed by one week and the main draw will now begin on Sunday 30 May, with qualifying rounds to be held from Monday 24 May.
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Kudermetova to meet Kovinic in Charleston final

Kudermetova to meet Kovinic in Charleston final

15th-seeded Veronika Kudermetova made it into the Volvo Car Open trophy match in Charleston where she will meet unseeded Danka Kovinic, both unlikely and surprising finalists from a field that was led by World No 1 Ash Barty and 4th-ranked Sofia Kenin among 9 of the...

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Pablo Carreno Busta makes Marbella final

Pablo Carreno Busta makes Marbella final

The final of the Andalucia Open in Marbella will be fought out by Spaniards Pablo Carreno Busta, the top seed and the unseeded Jaume Munar who were well tested by two compatriots during their semi-final clashes on Saturday,

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Paris move is causing problems

Paris move is causing problems

There has been a bit of kick-back over the FFT’s decision to postpone the French Open by a week to 24 May, with tournaments on the ATP and WTA calendars affected, and players critical.

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ATP TOUR

Pablo Carreno Busta makes Marbella final

Pablo Carreno Busta makes Marbella final

The final of the Andalucia Open in Marbella will be fought out by Spaniards Pablo Carreno Busta, the top seed and the unseeded Jaume Munar who were well tested by two compatriots during their semi-final clashes on Saturday,

It’s an all Spanish semi-final line-up in Marbella

It’s an all Spanish semi-final line-up in Marbella

Not surprisingly perhaps, but the semi-finals of the Andalucia Open in Marbella is being filled by local talent but it is the first time in 17 years (Valencia) that four players from the same country have made it to the last four.

Evans crashes out of Cagliari

Evans crashes out of Cagliari

The British No1, Dan Evans, the top seed at the Sardegna Open, was beaten after a two-hour and 10-minute three-set marathon, by Italian teenager Lorenzo Musetti.

WTA TOUR

Kudermetova to meet Kovinic in Charleston final

Kudermetova to meet Kovinic in Charleston final

15th-seeded Veronika Kudermetova made it into the Volvo Car Open trophy match in Charleston where she will meet unseeded Danka Kovinic, both unlikely and surprising finalists from a field that was led by World No 1 Ash Barty and 4th-ranked Sofia Kenin among 9 of the...

OFF COURT

Mari Osaka retires at 24

Mari Osaka retires at 24

Mari, Naomi Osaka’s older sister, has retired from tennis at the age of 24, having admitted that she no longer enjoys the game.

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Serena shows support for Meghan and Harry

Serena shows support for Meghan and Harry

The Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aired on CBS in the United States on Sunday night prompted response from many, including Serena Williams who praised her ‘selfless friend’ for speaking out.

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Original 9 and Lleyton Hewitt to enter ITHOF

Original 9 and Lleyton Hewitt to enter ITHOF

The Original 9, who laid the groundwork for the WTA Tour, are the first group elected together to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, joining Lleyton Hewitt and Dennis Van der Meer in the class of 2021.

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DAVIS CUP & FED CUP

Another revamp for the Davis Cup

Another revamp for the Davis Cup

The Davis Cup which, after over 110 years of being a season-long event, was revamped with the Finals being contested in Madrid by 18 tennis nations – the semi-finalists from the...

BJK Cup playoff ties move to April

BJK Cup playoff ties move to April

Playoff ties for the Billie Jean King Cup, initially scheduled for 5-6 February 2021, will move to 16-17 April as the tennis calendar continues to be impacted by the pandemic,...

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Paris move is causing problems

Paris move is causing problems

There has been a bit of kick-back over the FFT’s decision to postpone the French Open by a week to 24 May, with tournaments on the ATP and WTA calendars affected, and players critical.

French Open delayed by one week

French Open delayed by one week

The 2021 French Open, due to start on 23 May, is being delayed by one week and the main draw will now begin on Sunday 30 May, with qualifying rounds to be held from Monday 24 May.

Roland Garros remains on track

Roland Garros remains on track

As France locks down for a third time because of the rise in coronavirus cases, organisers of the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris say the clay court Grand Slam remains on track to be staged from 17 May to 6 June.

LTA NEWS

Hewett retains singles title and with Reid, the doubles title

Hewett retains singles title and with Reid, the doubles title

Britain’s Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid dominated the singles and doubles events for the second year in a row at the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam, with Hewett retaining the singles title in Sunday’s all-Brit final before he and Reid went on...

Battle of Britain returns

Battle of Britain returns

Andy and Jamie Murray are to team up on home soil for Scotland against England in what the latter describes as a "super exciting" Battle of the Brits.

LTA announces a Summer of Tennis for 2021

LTA announces a Summer of Tennis for 2021

The LTA today announced its calendar of major events for 2021, with a commitment to stage as much live competitive tennis this summer as is possible, despite the limitations caused by COVID-19.

Hewett suffers defeat in wheelchair final

Hewett suffers defeat in wheelchair final

Britain’s Alfie Hewett produced one of the finest comebacks of his illustrious career at the Australian Open on Wednesday, but ultimately his heroic efforts were not quite enough as Belgium’s Joachim Gerard claimed the men’s wheelchair singles title 6-0 4-6 6-4.

Matusevich and Watson top the final BOB tables

Matusevich and Watson top the final BOB tables

The Battle of the Brits came to a conclusion and brought the curtain down on this season with Anton Matusevich ending the four-day league table style event top of the men’s table, while Heather Watson claimed the top spot on the women’s equivalent.