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Paris | Alcaraz, Nadal and Djokovic march on but Norrie falls

The three main title contenders moved a step closer to the blockbuster stage of the French Open as all three marched into the fourth round with straight set victories and in the case of Rafa Nadal and Djokovic, the pair are now one match away from meeting in the...

London | Sandi Procter appointed as LTA President from 2023

The LTA, the national governing body for tennis in Britain, has announced Sandi Procter will become its 24th President. Her appointment was confirmed at the LTA AGM this week, with her taking up the position from the start of 2023.

Paris | Allez Les Bleus… a new French star is born

'Les Bleus' continue to advance at the French Open, with Leolia Jeanjean and Alizé Cornet upsetting Karolina Pliskova and Jelena Ostapenko on Thursday to join Dianne Parry, conqueror of defending champion Barbora Krejcikova, in the 3rd round at Roland Garros, but...

Paris | Evans concedes while Tsitsipas is driven crazy

Day Five at Roland Garros provided no major upsets, a few extended matches as the top names, including Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev and Casper Ruud, continued to make progress to complete the second round of the draw.

Paris | Former junior champs advance at Roland Garros

Belinda Bencic, Leylah Fernandez and Coco Gauff, all former Junior French champions, as well as Victoria Azarenka, came through their respective 2nd-round matches in straight sets at Roland Garros on Wednesday but, for some, it was far from plain sailing.

Paris | Raducanu, Sakkari and Kvitova fall at 2nd hurdle

Britain’s Emma Raducanu joined the exodus of seeds at the French Open on Wednesday after letting a one-set lead go against Aliaksandra Sasnovich, while Karolina Muchova and Daria Saville pulled off upsets in seeing off Maria Sakari and Petra Kvitova.

Paris | Norrie matches best result as Zverev and Alcaraz avoid exit

Cameron Norrie keeps British interest alive in Paris and is on course to record his best run at a Grand Slam championship by matching his previous third round appearances in his pursuit of making the second week at one of the four majors.

Paris | Badosa, Sabalenka and Halep advance at Roland Garros

Paula Badosa, the No 3 seed, had an easy passage opening her French Open account on Tuesday, while Aryna Sabalenka, seeded 7th, and former champion Simona Halep needed 3 sets to advance at Roland Garros.  

Paris | The Wimbledon Points Conundrum

The parties entrenched in the Wimbledon ranking points decision, it seems, are digging in, with players and onlookers flabbergasted that this issue is being blown out of proportion when people are dying in Ukraine, where cities are destroyed, and genocide is being...

Paris | French celebrate Tsonga’s career and Gaston’s marathon win.

The third day of the French Open provided the packed Roland Garros home crowd with a high and an emotional low as they waved Jo-Wilfred Tsonga into retirement following his first-round loss to Casper Ruud.
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ATP TOUR

Lyon | Norrie recovers for second title of season

Lyon | Norrie recovers for second title of season

British No 1 Cameron Norrie completed his preparations for this year’s French Open which kicks off on Sunday, by pocketing the fourth title of his career when he defeated Alex Molcan 6-3 6-7(3) 6-1 in the ‘Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon’ title.

Geneva | Ruud hangs on to title

Geneva | Ruud hangs on to title

It wasn’t easy but defending champion Casper Ruud finally, after battling Joao Susa for just over three hours, retained the Gonet Geneva Open crown 7-6(3) 4-6 7-6(1) for his eighth career title to emulate Stan Wawrinka’s achievement of 2016 and 2017.

Lyon | Norrie scrambles through to final

Lyon | Norrie scrambles through to final

Cameron Norrie no doubt breathed a sigh of relief when he finally closed out his semi-final clash against the fast-rising Danish star Holger Rune to reach the title round of the Lyon Open in the South of France.

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OFF COURT

Paris | The Wimbledon Points Conundrum

Paris | The Wimbledon Points Conundrum

The parties entrenched in the Wimbledon ranking points decision, it seems, are digging in, with players and onlookers flabbergasted that this issue is being blown out of proportion when people are dying in Ukraine, where cities are destroyed, and genocide is being...

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London | WTA updates Tour schedule as Peng Shuai talks to IOC

London | WTA updates Tour schedule as Peng Shuai talks to IOC

Last week, the WTA Tour released an updated tournament calendar for this season, outlining the schedule following the US Open that includes a combination of established WTA tournaments and new events for 2022, but did not disclose the venue for the season-ending WTA...

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DAVIS CUP & BJK CUP

London | Malaga gets the Finals

London | Malaga gets the Finals

The latter stages of the Davis Cup Finals, due to be played in November, will now be hosted by Malaga in Southern Spain, the organisers have announced.

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GRAND SLAMS

Paris | Allez Les Bleus… a new French star is born

Paris | Allez Les Bleus… a new French star is born

'Les Bleus' continue to advance at the French Open, with Leolia Jeanjean and Alizé Cornet upsetting Karolina Pliskova and Jelena Ostapenko on Thursday to join Dianne Parry, conqueror of defending champion Barbora Krejcikova, in the 3rd round at Roland Garros, but...

LTA NEWS

London | Sandi Procter appointed as LTA President from 2023

London | Sandi Procter appointed as LTA President from 2023

The LTA, the national governing body for tennis in Britain, has announced Sandi Procter will become its 24th President. Her appointment was confirmed at the LTA AGM this week, with her taking up the position from the start of 2023.

Vilamoura | Silver lining for Brits at World Team Cup

Vilamoura | Silver lining for Brits at World Team Cup

Great Britain’s overall performance at last weekend’s 2022 BNP Paribas World Team Cup - the wheelchair tennis equivalent of the Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup - ensured that their men’s, women’s and junior wheelchair teams will qualify for next year’s...

London | Xu at the double –

London | Xu at the double –

Fourteen-year-old Mingge Xu has, in the past fortnight, begun to make some serious waves at National junior level, the Bridgend born youngster building on her remarkable victory in the 18-and-under National Championships 10 days ago to claim the 16-and-under...

London | Young Brits on the move

London | Young Brits on the move

A compelling week of competitive tennis at the LTA Under 18 National Junior Championships concluded on Friday with victory for Solihul’s Luca Pow and Mingge (Mimi) Xu, from Bridgend, south Wales.

Australian Open | Hewett beaten in final

Australian Open | Hewett beaten in final

Alfie Hewett’s bid to complete this year’s Australian Open as men’s singles and men’s doubles champion ended in a gallant three-set loss on Thursday as world No.1 Shingo Kunieda of Japan regained the title after a 7-5 3-6 6-2 win

Australian Open | Hewett and Reid make wheelchair history

Australian Open | Hewett and Reid make wheelchair history

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid secured their latest chapter in the tennis history books on Wednesday at the Australian Open when they won their third successive Australian Open men’s wheelchair doubles title, extending their tally of consecutive Grand Slam titles...