Jusitne Henin joins the supercoach ranks.
Dustin Brown made some magic at the Bergamo Challenger.
More evidence of why Gael Monfils is uncoachable.
Rafael Nadal begins his clay season tonight in Buenos Aires.
When a then-20-year-old Juan Martin del Potro blasted his way past Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to win the 2009 U.S. Open, it looked as if a new force had arrived. The 6’6” Argentine possessed remarkable agility and lateral quickness for his size, becoming far more than just a brute slugger. Show More Summary
Top seed Kei Nishikori opened his bid for a fourth straight Memphis Open title with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over world No.124 Ryan Harrison, who managed to save four match points in a tight second set.
2014 U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic saved a set point in order to complete a tough victory and will next play Philipp Kohlschreiber, who won against qualifier Ivan Dodig of Croatia 6-4, 6-2.
Ivanovic was playing her first match since the third round of the Australian Open last month, when her British coach Sears collapsed in the stands of Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena.
Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from this month's Qatar Open due to a persistent arm injury. The five-times grand slam champion has been troubled by her left forearm since the start of the year.
Two of the top four seeds opened their Argentina Open tournaments on Wednesday, looking to earn a berth in the quarterfinals and climb one step closer to a title. Nothing is guaranteed in Buenos Aires, however, as one top player learned the hard way. Show More Summary
The problem is, these aren't "tour" umpires. They're nobody Futures-level or ITF-circuit or Crap-stanistak Challenger umpires.
Maria Sharapova suffered a forearm injury that will keep her out of the 2016 Qatar Total Open. It is uncertain when she will return to action. Continue for updates. Sharapova Comments on Injury Wednesday, Feb. 10 “Unfortunately, I will not be able to play the Qatar Total Open because of my left forearm injury," Sharapova said, via QatarTennis.org. Show More Summary
In many ways, it’s the same Rafael Nadal, as he picks up his garish Babolat bag and walks inside the spectators’ applause. His dark eyes bear down to the battle ahead, that warrior’s stoicism just as ready and opportunistic as if this were the 2008 French Open. Show More Summary
MIKE DICKSON: As Andy Murray and his wife Kim come to experience the joys of parenthood they will find they are in burgeoning company among the elite of the global game.
Former Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis stunned fourth seed David Goffin to reach the second round of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Gilles Muller set up a second-round match with former US Open champion Marin Cilic at the World Tennis Tournament after coming from a set down to beat Andreas Seppi on Tuesday.
Rafael Nadal will sharpen his grasscourt game at London's Queen's Club ahead of Wimbledon in June. The 14-time grand slam champion, ranked fifth in the world, won the title there in 2008.
Tuesday's play at the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires saw the first major upset of the tournament, while the top seeds and biggest stars remained on bye. Let's take a look back at Tuesday's scores and recap the top matchups of the day. Scores Recap The first major upset rocked the Argentina Open on Tuesday, as No. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal is in Buenos Aires for his title defense.
Andy Murray is now a father!