Yow! It's the Fed Cup upset of the year, or century, as the unheralded Netherlands comes into Moscow and comes out with a win. Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens upsets Ekaterina Makarova, and then No. 141-ranked Richel Hogenkamp ousts former world No. Show More Summary
Tennis will have at least one flag bearer at the Olympics, how many more?
With the Australian Open now last month’s news, February is a month of mid-major tournaments with occasional news on stars like Roger Federer. Will the Swiss star’s surgery permit him to return in time for Indian Wells? We crown men's winners in France and Bulgaria, but there were disappointing performances as well. Show More Summary
It was a historic day for Naomi Broady after the British No 3 confirmed a place in the top 100 of the world rankings by claiming a title in Michigan on the same day her brother Liam won a Futures event.
Even more than Bulgarian star Grigor Dimitrov skipping his country's debut ATP event because he wasn't offered enough appearance money, the Sofia Open will be remembered for top seed Roberto Bautista Agut etching his name in the history books as the event's first winner.
Bernard Tomic wasn't thrilled to be playing in Quito this week.
Kyle Edmund defeated Dan Evans in the first all-British Challenger final for more than a decade. British players have found success hard to come by in recent years.
MARTHA KELNER: Judy Murray was in her early thirties when she decided her little boys could benefit from a bit more expertise. British tennis would not be the same without a woman with such incredible drive
Great Britain's Fed Cup dream ended in heartbreak as both Heather Watson and Katie Swan were beaten in their singles matches in Eilat, Israel.
Defending champion Richard Gasquet of France defeated Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus 6-4, 6-4 to reach the Open Sud de France semifinals on Friday.
The Judy Murray coached team have performed admirably so far with Watson and 16-year-old Katie Swann easily dispatching their Georgian opponents to set up a play-off.
Last year Nadal broke Ferrer's three-year hold on the event, beating Monaco in the final...Pulling from the event were Aljaz Bedene, Andreas "Don't Be A" Haider-Maurer, and Jack Sock...Spaniards have won the singles title for the last...Show More Summary
Let's play "Guess Who Got the Appearance Cash?" with Venus as the top seed, and the No. 62-ranked Doi seeded second...No Top 10 seeds in the field...Remove Venus, and this would essentially be an ITF-level field...Potentially tricky starts for (8) Riske vs. Show More Summary
Roger Federer's knee surgery caught the tennis world by surprise. While the 17-time Grand Slam champion expects to miss only a month away from the ATP World Tour, his pending absence alerts us to how close tennis is to a star-power crisis. Federer underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in Switzerland early this week. Show More Summary
What next for Angelique Kerber after defeating Serena Williams for the 2016 Australian Open? She’s the toast of Germany and another high point for her country’s global sports success, and she’s the newly minted No. 2 player in the WTA. It’s well deserved. Show More Summary
MARTHA KELNER IN EILAT, ISRAEL: Katie Swan made a dream start to her Fed Cup career and tipped Great Britain’s women to follow the example of the Davis Cup winning men.
Judy Murray has backed teenage starlet Katie Swan to shine on her Fed Cup debut on Thursday despite carrying the mantle of being Great Britain's youngest ever competitor in the event.
Last month, 58-year-old Sears was rushed to hospital in Melbourne after collapsing in the stands of the Rod Laver Arena during Ivanovic's third-round match at the Australian Open.
Roger Federer will be out of action for up to a month after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in Switzerland to repair a torn meniscus. His agent revealed the news to Reuters on Wednesday
Sean Randall recaps the Australian Open and some additional news of the week.