Laura Robson will be one of seven British singles players in the main draw of the French Open despite not winning a WTA Tour match since September 2013.
After world No. 1 Novak Djokovic's shocking upset on Wednesday to Jiri Vesely, the rest of the top players at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters were surely on notice heading into the round of 16 on Thursday. Djokovic's loss seemed to serve as a cautionary tale, however, as the big names all survived and moved on to the quarterfinals. Show More Summary
MIKE DICKSON IN MONTE CARLO: Andy Murray somehow managed to arrest his spring slump as he battled past Benoit Paire tor each the last eight of the Monte Carlo Open on Thursday.
Aljaz Bedene has an explanation why Rafael Nadal has struggled.
After his shock loss yesterday, here's Novak Djokovic riding the bike home!
Rafael Nadal reveals what's going on with his wrist.
Uncertainty filled the air as Roger Federer stepped onto the red clay of Monte Carlo for his second-round match with Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. A little over an hour later, he walked off the court a 6-3, 6-4 winner. You'd hardly know the...Show More Summary
Jiri Vesely pulled off one of the tennis season's biggest upsets so far by stunning top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic in three sets Wednesday, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4, in the second round of the 2016 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. Tomas...Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic proved again his not invincible. And who'll take advantage now that the Serb's out?
Sharapova claimed she was taking the drug, which its manufacturer says has performance-enhancing abilities (then said it didn't) for various reasons, including magnesium deficiency and to ward off diabetes. Maybe from eating too much of her own "Sugarpova"-marketed candy and chocolates.
World No 55 Jiri Vesely produced a true collector’s item at the Monte Carlo Open on Wednesday when he inflicted the season’s first full defeat on Novak Djokovic.
Andy Murray and Dominic Inglot moved into the quarter-finals of the doubles at the Monte-Carlo Masters. Murray joins his brother Jamie, who reached the last eight on Tuesday.
It was a creditable performance from the British No 2 in the second round of the Monte-Carlo Masters, but he held serve only four times in a 6-3, 6-3 defeat.
Andy Murray says the baby isn't to blame for his mild slump.
Roger Federer talks more about his knee.
Roger Federer’s return to tennis for the first time since the 2016 Australian Open was a 6-3, 6-4 win over a good clay-court player in Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the Monte Carlo Masters. The Swiss Maestro passed his first test in knocking...Show More Summary
Jamie Murray enjoyed a winning start to life as the world's No 1 doubles player as he and partner Bruno Soares won an epic battle at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Andy Murray conceded that he is struggling to concentrate on court after labouring to victory over French outsider Pierre-Hugues Herbert to make the third round of the Monte Carlo Open.
Several of the top players in the world got their Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters off to a strong start on Tuesday, though a few big names had their struggles in second-round play. Below, we'll break down the day's results and take a look at Wednesday's schedule. Tuesday No. Show More Summary
Three former champions - Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka - open play Wednesday in Monte Carlo.