The war of words between Stan Wawrinka and Nick Kyrgios continued Thursday after Kyrgios refuted Wawrinka's claims that the Australian tennis player didn't apologize for inappropriate remarks made at a match last week regarding Wawrinka's...Show More Summary
John McEnroe thinks he can beat Serena Williams.
Serena Williams continued her title defense in Cincinnati.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are one day from a QF collision in Cincinnati.
Despite rain halting the proceedings at the second round of the Western and Southern Open on Wednesday, a star-studded lineup still descended upon Cincinnati. Below, we'll break down the day's results along with providing the upcoming schedule for Thursday. Men's Results No. Show More Summary
Stan Wawrinka beat Borna Coric in the second round of the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati, but reporters were far more interested in discussing the insult Nick Kyrgios directed at him in a Rogers Cup match in Montreal. Richard...Show More Summary
Stan Wawrinka sounds like someone who wants to beat the heck out of Nick Kyrgios.
John Isner is looking forward to some time off.
Roger Federer doesn't have a care in the world.
Big stars Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are on court today in Cincinnati.
Defending champion Serena Williams is in action today in Cincinnati.
The Western and Southern Open continued in Cincinnati on Tuesday, with the men and women each losing a player seeded in the top 10. The biggest name in action on either side, Roger Federer, had no problems taking out Roberto Bautista Agut in straight sets. However, No. Show More Summary
Roger Federer’s first match since Wimbledon was hardly a gem, but it was necessary to knock off some rust on his quest for the U.S. Open title. Federer closed out Roberto Bautista Agut 6-4, 6-4 to move on in Cincinnati’s Western & Southern...Show More Summary
Venus Williams withdrew from the Western and Southern Open Tuesday night due to an illness, according to the New York Times' Ben Rothenberg. Continue for updates. Williams Drops Out With Viral Illness Tuesday, August 18 After defeating...Show More Summary
Belinda Bencic 's upset win over Serena Williams in the semifinals of the Rogers Cup in Toronto propelled the 18-year-old into the spotlight. A victory over Simona Halep in the final lifted Bencic to a career-high No. 12 WTA Tour ranking. Show More Summary
Serena Williams found someone who looks just like her!
Andy Murray surprised fans today at the Cincinnati tournament,
Roger Federer opens his 2015 summer hardcourt campaign in Cincinnati where he is a 6-time champion.
Andy Murray's victory at the Rogers Cup came laced with the added achievement that he can now be considered the world's No. 2 tennis player, taking over from Roger Federer after beating Novak Djokovic in the Montreal final. Sky Sports tweeted the movers and shakers inside the top 10: Murray guaranteed the No. Show More Summary
The Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati is one of the bigger stops on the road to the U.S. Open. Although Monday only served to kick off the main draw of the marquee event, Venus Williams, Gael Monfils, Grigor Dimitrov and Garbine...Show More Summary