The BB&T Atlanta Open sees its first round completed and second round begin in the singles division while the doubles group continues its first matches of the tournament. Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick headlined the day's events, and the...Show More Summary
It's Rogers Cup, but Roger won't be there.
Rafael Nadal is back on court Thursday in Hamburg.
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If you google him, you'll read about a couple of school boy stunts that, if he'd never picked up a tennis racquet, you'd think little of it. And if you search him on YouTube, the first clip you'll see is the now infamous one where he...Show More Summary
Four days are down in Georgia as the BB&T Atlanta Open continued its first round of play Tuesday with 10 matches. Former Top 10 player Mardy Fish is finishing his career this summer, while some of the best finishers from last week'sShow More Summary
As summer hits its latter stretch, the 2015 U.S. Open should be a fairly wide-open tournament, that is if Novak Djokovic comes down to earth. Regardless, there are plenty of storylines that tennis fans will follow as the season draws closer to its final major. As usual, the storylines are dominated by the superstars. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal won his opener today in Hamburg, but he needed three sets.
Serena Williams overcame potential stumbling blocks in each of her Grand Slam title runs this season. A month from now, at the U.S. Open, Williams must clear a few more hurdles in the final leg of her quest for a Calendar Grand Slam. It won't be easy. Show More Summary
The 2015 ATP season has satiated fans with twists, turns and thrilling tennis, from the western shore of the United States to the southern coast of Australia. And this truly global sport is being engineered by several elite male players. Novak...Show More Summary
Is Rafael Nadal's struggles traced back to his lack of power? Marion Bartoli thinks so.
Andy Roddick does his best Rafael Nadal.
The BB&T Atlanta Open continues the ATP World Tour's 250 series. Although Monday's action featured several qualifying matches, there were a few first-round showdowns on the schedule that didn't disappoint. Gilles Muller was the only seeded player in action and had a difficult opening test that he passed with ease against American Donald Young. Show More Summary
While the superstars of tennis gear up for August, there was plenty of action this past week at Umag, Sweden and Bogota. For a change, young players got their hands on trophies, while a couple of No. 1 seeds were ousted early. ThereShow More Summary
Novak Djokovic made a surprise appearance at the Umag final.
Reeling Rafael Nadal will try to win his first European clay tournament since the 2014 French Open.
...In truth, tactically Gilbert was the Chris Evert of the men's tour, with less talent, and worse results of course - but strategically and tactically, they were mirror images of each other. Evert never appeared to have physical superiority,...Show More Summary
Notes: Time for the tournament sponsored by an online betting site as the tour fights rampant match-fixing...Loaded dirt field...Rafa makes his first appearance since being upset at Wimbledon...Tough starts for (1) Rafa vs. Hot Sauc...
Rafael Nadal is returning to Hamburg for the first time since 2008, and the Spanish superstar is banking that the clay-court tournament will help him compete at his best level for the upcoming U.S. Open series. For starters, Nadal might feel a sense of the past come alive as he travels down memory lane to arrive at a very different Hamburg. Show More Summary
Juan Martin del Potro parts ways with two of his coaches, further fanning the fires that his career might be over.