KING OF THE COURT: Sportsmail catches up with Nicolas Almagro, the Spanish 29-year-old who was once ranked as high as No 9 in the world.
Roger Federer believes Rafael Nadal is still the favourite for the French Open despite the Spaniard's recent struggles on the clay. Nadal has won the Roland Garros nine times.
British No 1 Heather Watson was knocked out in the first round of the Prague Open by Slovenia's world No 72 Polona Hercog. Watson, who is 40th in the world rankings, lost 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 (7-5).
Rafael Nadal's struggles at the Barcelona Open continued for the second consecutive year, while Japanese star Kei Nishikori celebrated his title defense on Spanish soil by holding up his country's flag. Is this a sign of things to come,...Show More Summary
Roger Federer arrived in Istanbul on Sunday.
Might Novak Djokovic skip Madrid?
Rafael Nadal won't get a special seeding at the French Open.
Wimbledon has become the latest sporting venue to ban selfie sticks. The selfie phenomenon has been on the rise of the last few years and the stick has proved to be a popular accessory.
Andy Murray will train with new coach Jonas Bjorkman until the end of the US Open after working together on an initial five-week trial. Murray’s coach Amelie Mauresmo is due to give birth in August.
Despite the king of tennis leaving mere scraps for the rest, there have been enough surprises on the ATP tour in 2015 to keep those outsiders keen. Victor Estrella Burgos' name transcended the sport when he sealed his first ATP TourShow More Summary
The lack of emphatic "vamos-ing" across the clay courts of Europe this spring is almost deafening in its silence. The void is palpable. After dominating one surface to a greater degree than arguably any other player in the history of...Show More Summary
"I'm really happy I'm able to defend the title," Nishikori said. "I think the second set was extremely tough and I don't really know how I won it to be honest. Pablo was very aggressive, he kept moving the ball and made me run up and down all the time. I also tried to be aggressive and I think that's why I won the important points, but I'd say he played better than me."
Gerard Pique and chart-topper Shakira were in the stands as Kei Nishikori was crowned Barcelona Open champion for the second consecutive year after a 6-4 6-4 victory over Pablo Andujar on Sunday.
Germany's Angelique Kerber came from a set down to outmuscle Caroline Wozniacki 3-6, 6-1, 7-5 on Sunday and win the Stuttgart Grand Prix for her second title of the season.
Notes: A Czech offensive in Prague with the first three seeds from the home country...(8) Giorgi starts against the resurgent Wickmayer...Wildcards were awarded to Czechs Denisa Allertova and Klara Koukalova, and Slovak Kristina Schmiedlova...Pulling...Show More Summary
Caroline Wozniacki collected one of her best wins of the season.
The first-ever ATP World Tour event in Turkey debuts, with organizers spending for Roger Federer to mark the occasion...The Top 4 seeds receive opening-round byes, but potential tough starts for (7) Youzhny vs. Bellucci, and (5) Haider-Maurer vs. Dodig...Wildcards were awarded to Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili, Turkey's Cem Ilkel, and Russian Andrey Rublev.
Jamie Murray and John Peers reached their third ATP World Tour final of the season with victory in the semi-finals of the Barcelona Open on Saturday. Murray is the British doubles No 1.
World No 5 Caroline Wozniacki needed nearly three hours to break the resistance of second seed Simona Halep of Romania 7-5 5-7 6-2.
Top seed and defending champion Kei Nishikori will face either David Ferrer or Pablo Anduj in the final of the Barcelona Open after defeating Martin Kilzan 6-1, 6-2.