ATP Top Story Wimbledon

Wimbledon Men’s Day 4

Rafael Nadal turned in another workmanlike performance on the grass to power into the Wimbledon third round 6-4, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 over Ricardas Berankis on

ATP Eastbourne Top Story Wimbledon

Possible all-Brit Eastbourne QF evaporates

Maxime Cressy prevented an all-British quarter-final at the ATP Eastbourne event on Wednesday with his 7-6(2), 6-4 defeat of Dan Evans. The French-born American will

ATP Stuttgart Surbiton Top Story

Murray bulks up confidence with Challenger SF

The former No. 1 and treble Grand Slam champion is building up for a return to the big-time next week at the Tour stop on

ATP The French Open Top Story

Roland Garros Men’s Day 6

French Open title favourites Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal stayed on collision course for a possible quarter-final meeting as both earned dominating wins into the fourth

ATP ATP Cup Top Story

ATP Cup 2022 Preview

Introduction The ATP Cup is an international team tournament, with the best team from the four group stage playoffs going to two semifinals, and their

ATP Next Generation ATP Finals Top Story

Third American qualifies for Next Gen Finals

Brandon Nakashima becomes the third American to qualify for the Next Generation Finals in Milan. He joins Jenson Brooksby and Sebastian Korda in the 21-and-under

Antwerp ATP Top Story Video

In-form Brooksby blows away Opelka

Young American Jenson Brooksby continued his good form in 2021 with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Reilly Opelka in Antwerp on Tuesday. Brooksby took a

ATP San Diego Top Story

Red-hot Rublev blows away Nakashima

Top seed Andrey Rublev was simply too good for young wild-card entry Brandon Nakashima at the San Diego Open, winning his second round match 6-2,

ATP San Diego Top Story Video

Nakashima floors Fognini in San Diego thriller

Rising talent American Brandon Nakashima came back from a set down to beat Italian Fabio Fognini 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 7-5 at the San Diego Open.

ATP Breaking News The US Open

Cash calls US Open rules ‘overkill’

Australian tennis great Pat Cash has hit out out the protocols in place in New York and the US Open rules calling them ‘completely ridiculous