Andy Murray actually has a shot at Novak Djokovic's No. 1 ranking!
The decision on Maria Sharapova's appeal has been pushed back to September.
Serena Williams exhausted plenty of sweat equity in attempts to win Grand Slam title No. 22. Now that she's done it, how many more Slams can she win? Williams ended her major-title drought with a straight-sets 7-5, 6-3 win over Angelique Kerber on Saturday in the 2016 Wimbledon final. Show More Summary
GORDON REID EXCLUSIVE: I am on cloud nine after winning both the wheelchair singles and doubles titles at Wimbledon, but I'm also exhausted. It's been an incredible weekend.
MIKE DICKSON: When Andy Murray used the word ‘brutal’ he was not describing the task of trying to return Milos Raonic’s 140mph thunderbolt serves.
MIKE DICKSON: Their successful grass-court reunion is likely to lead to an agreement for Lendl to spend around 18 weeks a year with the British No 1, focusing on big events and specific training blocks.
MIKE DICKSON: British junior tennis player Gabriella Taylor is in a stable condition and expected to recover to resume her career after falling seriously ill at Wimbledon.
As Andy Murray sat down in his courtside chair and sobbed uncontrollably after winning a second Wimbledon title, his fitness trainer Matt Little knew more than most what was behind the emotion.
MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: There is a book to be written about Andy Murray's relationship with Ivan Lendl. He is as much a counsellor as a coach. He teaches victory, not tennis.
Argentinian veteran Maximo Gonzalez caused the upset of the day at the 2016 German Tennis Championships on Monday, beating the fifth-seeded Jeremy Chardy in three sets. The 32-year-old, who has never won a career title in singles and...Show More Summary
Raonic hired the seven-time Grand Slam champion to help him for the grass-court season and it paid dividends, with the 25-year-old reaching the finals at both Queen's Club and Wimbledon.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray showed no signs of a hangover as he returned to Centre Court on Monday to celebrate his straight sets triumph over Canada's Milos Raonic.
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova will miss next month's Rio Olympics after her appeal against an International Tennis Federation drugs ban was postponed until September.
MIKE DICKSON: A bleary-eyed Andy Murray emerged back at the All England Club, and strongly hinted that he would not be playing in Britain's Davis Cup tie against Serbia this week.
Reid became Wimbledon’s first wheelchair men’s singles winner by beating Sweden’s Stefan Olsson 6-1, 6-4. Yet the night before he was forced to leave his hotel as party-goers prevented him sleeping.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT WIMBLEDON: The family man, comfortable, in familiar surrounds. He was in control from the start, in command all the way to that last forehand. There was only one winner.
Halep the lone Top 10 or Top 20 participant...(2) Errani looking at a 2nd rd. meeting with the former French Open champ Schiavone...
At the end of a brilliant two weeks for British tennis where Murray secured his third Grand Slam title, Sportsmail's Mike Dickson offers his assessment of the action from SW19.
STUART FRASER AT WIMBLEDON: Ivan Lendl may be renowned for showing little emotion in the players’ box, but even ‘Old Stoneface’ admitted that he shed a tear after Andy Murray’s success.
Andy Murray is looking to win more.