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Seeds tumble in San José but Kasatkina survives

Four players advanced to the quarter-finals at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic on Wednesday, but only one seed, Daria Kasatkina, seeded 4, who overcame Caroline Garcia in a clash of former Top 10 players, while Zhang Shuai took out Madison Keys, the 3rd seed,...

Olympic dreams fulfilled…

After Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova & Andrey Rublev won the Mixed Doubles at Tokyo 2020 by the narrowest of margins, the Olympic Tennis Event came to a close on Day 9.

Montréal suffers pull-outs

The US Open Series provides the tune-up for the US Open and the second tournament, the National Bank Open in Montréal, the first WTA 1000 event of the summer hard-court swing through North American, takes place next week with disappointing news that Naomi Osaka, Sofia...

Americans progress as Tomjlanovic saves match points in San José

The first round of matches at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic were completed on Tuesday with three Americans advancing at the expense of two others, and an Australian coming back from match points down to defeat yet another.

Raducanu falls to Zhang in San José

It was not quite the fairytale return for Emma Raducanu at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San José on Monday, but a valuable experience nevertheless when veteran Zhang Shusi rolled past her 6-3 6-2.

Raducanu set to play San José WTA 500

As the dust settles on the Olympic Tennis Event and many of those involved take a breather, attention turns to the hard courts of north American where the WTA Tour heads towards the US Open, starting with the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic hosted on the campus at San...

Lepchenko wins Charleston WTA125

In an all-American final, No 4 seed Varvara Lepchenko won her first WTA 125 title at the LTP Women's Open in Charleston with a 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-4 triumph over Jamie Loeb on Sunday. 

Schmiedlova wins inaugural Belgrade Open

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova lifted the inaugural Belgrade Ladies Open trophy with a straight-sets victory over second seed Arantxa Rus in the final of the WTA 125 event on Sunday.

Zverev is the new Olympic Champion

Alexander ‘Sascha’ Zverev has emulated incomparable compatriot Steffi Graf and struck Olympic gold, declaring: “There is nothing better than this.”

Krejcikova & Siniakova take Gold at Tokyo 2020

Top seeds Barbora Krejcikova & Katerina Siniakova became the first Czech players to win Gold at the Olympic Tennis Event after defeating Switzerland's Belinda Bencic & Viktorija Golubic 7-5 6-1 in the women's doubles final on Sunday at the Ariake Tennis Park...
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Montréal suffers pull-outs

Montréal suffers pull-outs

The US Open Series provides the tune-up for the US Open and the second tournament, the National Bank Open in Montréal, the first WTA 1000 event of the summer hard-court swing through North American, takes place next week with disappointing news that Naomi Osaka, Sofia...

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Seeds tumble in San José but Kasatkina survives

Seeds tumble in San José but Kasatkina survives

Four players advanced to the quarter-finals at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic on Wednesday, but only one seed, Daria Kasatkina, seeded 4, who overcame Caroline Garcia in a clash of former Top 10 players, while Zhang Shuai took out Madison Keys, the 3rd seed,...

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Raducanu falls to Zhang in San José

Raducanu falls to Zhang in San José

It was not quite the fairytale return for Emma Raducanu at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San José on Monday, but a valuable experience nevertheless when veteran Zhang Shusi rolled past her 6-3 6-2.

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ATP TOUR

Norrie lifts his first ATP title.

Norrie lifts his first ATP title.

The British No.2, who opted to miss the Olympics to concentrate on the Tour, beat American 19-year-old Brandon Nakashima 6-2 6-2 to claim the Mifel Open in Los Cabos, Mexico.

Medvedev conquers Mallorca grass

Medvedev conquers Mallorca grass

World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev will arrive at The Championships this weekend having boosted his confidence with an excellent break in the Balearic Isles ending with the Russian collecting his 11th title and first at a grass court tournament, namely the inaugural Mallorca...

De Minaur fights his way to Eastbourne title

De Minaur fights his way to Eastbourne title

Australia’s No.1, Alex de Minaur, the second seed at the Viking International at Eastbourne, won his maiden grass court title and the fifth of his career, after recovering from a set down to beat third seed and the world No.27 from Italy, Lorenzo Sonego, 4-6 6-4...

WTA TOUR

Seeds tumble in San José but Kasatkina survives

Seeds tumble in San José but Kasatkina survives

Four players advanced to the quarter-finals at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic on Wednesday, but only one seed, Daria Kasatkina, seeded 4, who overcame Caroline Garcia in a clash of former Top 10 players, while Zhang Shuai took out Madison Keys, the 3rd seed,...

Montréal suffers pull-outs

Montréal suffers pull-outs

The US Open Series provides the tune-up for the US Open and the second tournament, the National Bank Open in Montréal, the first WTA 1000 event of the summer hard-court swing through North American, takes place next week with disappointing news that Naomi Osaka, Sofia...

OFF COURT

The Naomi Osaka Barbie Doll sells out

The Naomi Osaka Barbie Doll sells out

Mattel has released a Naomi Osaka Barbie doll, honouring the champion by enshrining her in plastic, but you will be hard pressed to get your hands on one as these have already sold out.

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DAVIS CUP & BJK CUP

ITF seeks new host for BJK Finals

ITF seeks new host for BJK Finals

The ITF is said to be 'surprised and disappointed' after the Hungarian Tennis Association (HTA) withdrew as the host of this year’s Billie Jean King Cup Finals, electing to...

Britain 2 up on Mexico in BJK Cup

Britain 2 up on Mexico in BJK Cup

Great Britain are well poised for a memorable win over Mexico in the Billie Jean Cup after team stalwarts Heather Watson and Katie Boulter got past their nerves to win the...

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GRAND SLAMS

The debate continues – is he or will he be?

The debate continues – is he or will he be?

Goran Ivansevic hinted at 30. John McEnroe reckoned 25. Either way, if Novak Djokovic achieves even the lesser of those two figures in the number of singles Grand Slam titles won by the end of his career it would, as it stands, put him top of the winners’ lists in...

The Barty factor

The Barty factor

Ten years ago, Ashleigh Barty was crowned Wimbledon junior champion. At the weekend, she was crowned Wimbledon champion. If ever we needed a reminder about the importance of Grand Slam junior events as pointers to emerging talent, then Barty is surely an example for...

Skupski & Krawczyk win Mixed Doubles Final

Skupski & Krawczyk win Mixed Doubles Final

Britain was assured of success in the Mixed Doubles Final at Wimbledon when three of the four players on Centre Court were of this land, and it was Neil Skupski with his American partner Desirae Krawczyk who took the spoils when they defeated Joe Salisbury &...

LTA NEWS

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...

Hewett makes wheelchair final

Hewett makes wheelchair final

Alfie Hewett pulled off the latest of the stunning comebacks for which he is renowned on Saturday to maintain his French Open men’s wheelchair singles title defence after defeating world No. 2 Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina 1-6, 7-5, 7-6(6) at Roland Garros.

Hewett begins defence of French Open title

Hewett begins defence of French Open title

Alfie Hewett produced a polished performance on Friday’s first of four days of wheelchair tennis at the 2021 French Open, opening his men’s singles title defence with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over 2020 runner-up Joachim Gerard at Roland Garros.

LTA suffers online glitches

LTA suffers online glitches

The LTA has experienced a series of unfortunate computer glitches over the past days as the web site for sales of tickets for the summer tournaments crashed, and roll-out of its planned ClubSpark log-in migration experienced issues when it went live, causing...