Marin Cilic is without a coach for the time being.
Top-seeded Feliciano Lopez of Spain set up a Swiss Open semifinal against Dustin Brown by beating Elias Ymer of Sweden in the quarter-finals on Friday.
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Marin Cilic has split with coach Goran Ivanisevic after three years, the world number 12 has said. The pair last worked together at Wimbledon, where Cilic surrendered a two-set lead to lose to Roger Federer.
CiCi Bellis wasn't even born when Venus Williams first played in Stanford. They meet tonight.
Four American seeded men are into the Washington QFs.
Shortly after Croatian star Borna Coric had defeated American Jack Sock in the fifth and decisive rubber at the Davis Cup quarterfinal in Beaverton, Oregon, he arrived at the press conference wearing a T-shirt that read, “Shut Up And...Show More Summary
The home favourite Johanna Larsson eased past the Spanish qualifier 6-0 6-3 to make it seven straight matches in the tournament without dropping a set, dating back to 2014.
A pair of high-profile WTA stars suffered injuries.
Alexander Zverev rolled fellow teen Taylor Fritz in Washington D.C. Wednesday.
It will be 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer's first time back at the international team tournament in Perth since he teamed up with his now wife Mirka back in 2002.
Former world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki has suffered yet another set-back. The Dane was forced to withdraw from her Citi Open match against Sam Stosur with a left arm injury.
The world No 3 is returning to the international team tournament in Perth for the first time since he teamed up with his now wife Mirka in 2002.
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Johanna Konta, the third seed and British No 1, who received a bye in the first round, wasted little time in advancing by dispatching the American wildcard 6-3 6-1 in just over an hour on Wednesday.
She's preparing to compete at the Rio Olympics ? but it appears British tennis star Heather Watson may have her eye on another sport.
The 14-time grand slam champion has been sidelined since injuring a tendon that forced him to pull out of the French Open in May after the second round and to then also miss Wimbledon.
Rafael Nadal is confident of playing in Rio.
Teens Alexander Zverev and Taylor Fritz collide this afternoon in steamy Washington D.C.
Evans - who impressed in reaching the third round at Wimbledon - overcame a late slip-up to to progress to the last 16 and sweep the Bulgarian, who was the 12th seed at the ATP World Tour 500 event.