ATP Laver Cup The US Open Top Story

End of an era: Federer to retire after Laver Cup

Roger Federer on Thursday marked the end of a tennis era as the 41-year-old announced he will retire after next week’s Laver Cup in London. The winner

ATP Montreal Top Story

Hurkacz hot streak halted by PCB in Canada

Pablo Carreno Busta called a halt to the title-winning ways of Hubert Hurkacz on Sunday with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory in the ATP Montreal

ATP Top Story Washngton

Physical niggles send Kyrgios to loss against Hurkacz

Nick Kyrgios ran out of puff after two months of top tennis as the Australian exited the Montreal Masters 7-6(4), 6-7(5), 6-1 in Friday’s quarter-final against Hubert

ATP Top Story Washngton

Winners from the North make a mark in DC

A Finn, a Swede and a Dane took a victory trifecta on Tuesday at the ATP event in Washington as northern Europeans advanced into the

ATP Top Story Wimbledon

Icon Federer runs out of ranking points

Roger Federer’s ranking points completely expired on Monday, the day after Novak Djokovic won a seventh Wimbledon title.  The 40-year-old who has triumphed eight times at

ATP Top Story Wimbledon

Wimbledon Men’s Day 1

Novak Djokovic got off to a shaky start of his Wimbledon title defence on a rain-interrupted Monday, with the top seed twice forced to recover

ATP Halle Mallorca The French Open Top Story Wimbledon

Final flutters strike Medvedev again

Daniil Medvedev lost his fifth final in a row on Sunday as his coach left the court and a protestor interrupted proceedings on Sunday in Halle.

ATP Halle Top Story

30 aces not enough to save Kyrgios in Halle

Hubert Hurkacz overcame 30 aces from Nick Kyrgios while producing 27 of his own to reach the Halle ATP final on Saturday 4-6, 7-6 (7/2),

ATP Halle Mallorca Stuttgart Top Story

Tsitsipas to take a place in Mallorca

Stefanos Tsitsipas on Thursday accepted the last-gasp chance to lift his summer grass court record as the Greek took up a wild card offer for

ATP Laver Cup Top Story Wimbledon

Federer in freefall with No. 68 ranking

Roger Federer’s long knee-injury absence began catching up with him on Monday, with the Swiss icon falling out of the ranking Top 50 for the