The Hall of Fame Tennis Championships from the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, completed its fifth day of action on Wednesday, July 15. Thirteen matches were on the slate for Wednesday as the men's singles...Show More Summary
Andy Murray admitted on Wednesday that he is still getting over the disappointment of his Wimbledon semi-final defeat as he prepares to lead Great Britain in the Davis Cup quarter finals.
Stefan Edberg still believes Roger Federer can win Wimbledon.
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Serena Williams wants to relax.
US Open increases the prize money.
With a third Wimbledon title now on the mantelpiece, Novak Djokovic cannot be satisfied with anything less than winning the 2015 U.S. Open. The Serbian is the No. 1 player in the world by a wide margin, having won more big trophies in...Show More Summary
The second day of action at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships brought more intrigue with the tournament debut of top-seeded John Isner to go along with four other ranked players hoping to avoid being knocked off early. Monday featured one big upset as John-Patrick Smith knocked off No. Show More Summary
Another tennis season is zooming by at a supersonic pace, courtesy of some scintillating play that has manifested across the globe. From Australia to the western shores of the United States and everywhere in between, we’ ve been treated to a jam-packed collection of the biggest events in the game. Show More Summary
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Watch Novak Djokovic dance with Serena Williams.
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams ruled the day at Wimbledon. Both world No. 1's added to their impressive Slam totals while dominating the competition. But the successes of London soon give way to the preparation for the final major of the year, the U.S. Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton will be invited back to sit in Wimbledon's Royal Box next year, despite the mix-up over clothing that saw him miss the men's final on Sunday.
The Wimbledon fortnight is in the books, the Champions have danced at the ball and now it's time to turn our sights towards the U.S. Open Series and summer hard courts. The action at the All England Club is going to be hard to top—we had both No. Show More Summary
On the heels of a memorable Wimbledon tournament, 32 men's tennis players compete in a singles competition at the annual Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, Rhode Island. American John Isner, who is coming off a third-round loss to Marin Cilic at the All England Club, holds the top seed in this year's tournament. Show More Summary
By capturing the 2015 Wimbledon title, the year of Novak Djokovic continued in men's tennis. Roger Federer making his second consecutive trip to the finals was a great story in London, but this has clearly been Djokovic's year. As Ben...Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic blunted the majesty of Roger Federer on Sunday to win the Wimbledon final, etching his name increasingly deeper into the rich annals of the iconic All England Club. The top seed was too diligent and too industrious for the Swiss star in the end, coming through 7-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 in just short of three hours of pulsating action. Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were crowned as Wimbledon singles champions over the weekend, both producing immense displays in their respective SW19 finals. The American saw off 21-year-old Garbine Muguruza to claim her sixth Wimbledon...Show More Summary
The sport's most illustrious fortnight is officially over, but the impact made on the world of tennis from the 2015 Wimbledon Championships is just beginning to be felt in the days after the tournament. As tends to be the case every year at the All England Club, the results from Wimbledon should have a seismic effect on the rest of the sport. Show More Summary