Rafael Nadal squeezed through to the quarter-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters after a narrow win over America's John Isner, but Roger Federer's tournament is over after he lost to Gael Monfils.
Laura Robson took the opportunity to cool down in the Florida heat on Thursday while she dipped in an ice bath as the British tennis nears a return to action after more than a year off the court.
Is tennis too physical for young players? Rafael Nadal doesn't think so.
Rafael Nadals explains his switch to a new racquet.
A bizarre performance from defending champion and world No 9 Stan Wawrinka saw Grigor Dimitrov breeze through 6-1, 6-2 to his first masters quarter-final of the season.
It is matches like this that makes one wonder just how good Gael Monfils could have been - and perhaps how good he still can be - as he thrilled the Monte Carlo Masters in beating Roger Federer.
Gael Monfils added another amazing shot to his growing list of ridiculous winners. By the time he retires, Monfils may have the most entertaining highlight reel ever and zero Grand Slams. That's Lamonf, the showman with too few trophies to show for his enormous talents. Show More Summary
The Monte Carlo Masters is Rafael Nadal’s wake-up call. The Spanish superstar who has spent the past decade obliterating the ATP tour during the clay-court season must prove that he can win big matches and important titles in 2015. Nadal, the all-time king of clay, has always reserved his best performances for Europe’s crushed-brick surfaces. Show More Summary
Roger Federer spent less than one hour on court in his Monte Carlo opener with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Jeremy Chardy. Federer played his first match since his loss in the Indian Wells final in March.
Is there a way to be confidently un-confident? That’s the question hovering over the head of Rafael Nadal as the European clay-court season begins. For most players, it will be a long and leisurely journey to the grand finale in Paris. Show More Summary
A bunch of big-time matches line the Thursday Monte Carlo schedule.
Novak Djokovic won a big honor today.
Rafael Nadal is very happy to be back on clay!
Novak Djokovic doesn't mind not playing Rafael Nadal.
Rafa Nadal got his clay court season off to a perfect, confidence-boosting start with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Frenchman Lucas Pouille in the Monte Carlo Masters.
Wimbledon semi-finalist Milos Raonic and 19-year-old Australian Nick Kyrgios will make their debuts at the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club this summer.
World number one Novak Djokovic eased into the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters with a straight sets victory over qualifier Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
3:31 AMHi everybody. My name is Mike Young, and Paula is graciously letting me liveblog. What I mean is that I promised I would live blog the Australian Open Final if Murray got into it, so here I am. My friend Jack and I are sitting in his house, surrounded by ice and snow and weird hipsters walking home from Saturday night doo-wap dancing. Show More Summary
Finally, the final. I'm hanging out on Tennis X, being alarmed by the rudeness and the stupidity, but also, enjoying the nice people and the non-idiots. I'm drinking a martini and vaping, which is not nearly as fun as smoking. I was happy Nole took the second set. Show More Summary
RR here -Kimmy is the Boss. She gave Vera nothing, wrassled her down, pinned her, Vera tried to struggle but Kimmy was too strong, nothing worked. Eventually, after some pretty good (but not great) Vera histrionics, smash the rackets,...Show More Summary