- Harsh words from Panatta over eventual Djoko fate
- Long-awaited Nadal injury return set for Brisbane
- Recovering Kyrgios lifts the lid on his darkest days
- Cagey Coach reveals a few Sinner secrets
- Nadal plans may indicate he’s ready for Australian return
- Alcaraz already dreaming of 2024 success
- Hewitt: I’ve had a gut-full of this Davis Cup format
- Sinner ties a bow on Italy’s Davis Cup triumph
Novak Djokovic got cross with disruptive fans after completing Serbia’s trip to the Davis Cup semi-finals at the expense of opponent Britain. The Serbs earned
AO boss Craig Tiley has had to walk back his previous boast about Nick Kyrgios fronting up for the Grand Slam, with the administrator admitting
Novak Djokovic brought a crashing end to Britain’s 2023 Davis Cup dream as the Serb sewed up a 2-0 win into the semi-finals on Thursday.
ATP Finals runner-up Jannik Sinner stepped straight into winning form four days after his test in Turin, leading Italy into the Davis Cup semi-finals on
A pair of 20-something young guns just missed dealing Australia a fatal blow with the Davis Cup Finals tie with the Czech Republic knotted at one
Matteo Berrettini has vowed to kick his run of injuries and front up healthy for the Australian ATP events in January. The 2021 Wimbledon finalist has
With only three days to prepare after winning the ATP Finals in Turin, Novak Djokovic is finding the Davis Cup Finals in Malaga as something of an anticlimax.
The boss of the ITF has slammed the door on a return to the Davis Cup classic home-and-away format, with David Haggerty and his fellow