Laura Robson may miss out on a return to the court in time for Wimbledon after suffering from a hamstring problem which saw her decline a wildcard to next week's tournament at Eastbourne.
The NBC analyst is confident in the soon-to-be 35-year-old’s chances at the grass-court event.
Roger Federer defended his bold choice to wear a purple shirt and electric-orange shorts the French Open — and took a shot at Wimbledon’s infamously strict dress code.
Amelie Mauresmo will seek advice following the forthcoming French Open about whether her pregnancy will prevent her from coaching Andy Murray at Wimbledon this summer.
Serena Williams is the greatest female player of all time regardless of whether she breaks the record for grand slam victories, according to former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli.
Novak Djokovic has accomplished many things in his illustrious career. He's been world No. 1 for 147 weeks and counting. He has won eight Grand Slams (including five Australian Opens, two Wimbledons and one U.S. Open), 24 Masters titles...Show More Summary
Tennis fans are already eagerly anticipating the 2015 Wimbledon tourney. Arguably the tennis scene’s biggest Grand Slam event of the season, this year’s Wimbledon will attract fans from all over the world to see tennis greats grace the famous manicured courts. While there's many big names who will attract attention, it's [...]
When in Rome don’t take any risks, especially when you have got the French Open and Wimbledon coming up - and that's precisely what Andy Murray did on Thursday.
The tennis season is approaching a season-defining run of tournaments and Andy Murray is heading into the period in imperious form after marrying Kim Sears last month.
The Guardian have recreated three of the greatest lobs in recent football history in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Nayim’s beauty against Arsenal. The incredible last minute lob by the former Real Zaragoza man won the Cup Winners’ Cup final that season. Show More Summary
World number one Serena Williams's 27-match unbeaten run ended with an emphatic straight-sets 6-2 6-3 defeat by Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the Madrid Open semi-finals.
Nick Kyrgios already has wins over Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Novak Djokovic is currently the No. 1 tennis player in the world, and the highest-ranked men's player on our list of the most dominant athletes alive. And he might also be the quirkiest. From eating the grass at Wimbledon to handingShow More Summary
Ascot for proper people.
Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has announced his participation at the Aegon Open in Nottingham in June ahead of this summer's Wimbledon.
Sorry, selfie stick enthusiasts, but the number of places where your selfie sticks are welcome continues to shrink. The latest no-go zone: Wimbledon. Read more...
With Wimbledon 2015 fast-approaching (it starts in June, in case you’ve missed that), Pulse Play felt it the perfect time to launch its crowdfunding campaign for a wearable that will not only track your physical activity, but also the score if you’re playing racket sports. Show More Summary
MIKE DICKSON: This summer’s new five week run of grass court tennis tournaments will culminate in unprecedented financial rewards for the Wimbledon champions.
The Daily 6 The Daily 6 is a daily round-up of the best curated content we shared on @definition6 1) Wimbledon Determines Your Selfies Are Annoying Wimbledon bans selfie sticks for their ‘nuisance...