ATP Indian wells Top Story

Hurkacz too hot for Popyrin

Hubert Hurkacz began his Indian Wells campaign with a 6-1, 7-5 victory against Aussie Alexei Popyrin. The 24-year-old Pole cruised through the first set before

ATP Metz Top Story

Murray manages first quarter-final in two years

Andy Murray on Wednesday broke through for his first ATP-level quarter-final showing in nearly two years with a 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Vasek Pospisil to reach

ATP Metz Top Story

Murray ace attack sparks win in Metz

Andy Murray laid on 18 aces in the opening round of the ATP event in Metz on Tuesday to earn his first Tour-level victory in

ATP The US Open Top Story

US Open men’s Day 4

Alexander Zverev needed an hour and a quarter to reach the US Open third round for a fourth consecutive edition as the event carried on

ATP The US Open Top Story

Shapo eases into second round

Canadian Denis Shapovalov cruised into the second round of men’s singles in New York with a comfortable 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 win over Argentina’s Federico Delbonis.

Top Story Toronto

Wild in the streets: Kyrgios handed Toronto entry

NIck Kyrgios was on Wednesday thrown a lifeline by the Toronto Masters, with the Australian handed a wild card entry to the event starting next

ATP Eastbourne Top Story Wimbledon

Aussie Demon to tangle with Korean outsider

Alex de Minaur came through as expected 6-4, 6-4 over Canadian Vasek Pospisil on Thursday with the Australian winner set to come up against a

ATP Eastbourne

De Minaur claims quarters at expense of Brit

Alex de Minaur followed up last week’s Queen’s semi-final with a last-eight place at Eastbourne on Wednesday, starting after a bye with a 6-3, 6-4

ATP Top Story

Shapo throws his lot in with Vasek and PTPA

Denis Shapovalov has come out in support of the breakaway PTPA player association spearheaded by fellow Canadian Vasek Pospisil along with Novak Djokovic. Shapo voiced

ATP Miami Open Top Story

Pospisil ‘sorry’ for Miami on-court rant

Canadian Vasek Pospisil has apologised for his on-court rant aimed at ATP Tour chief Andrea Gaudenzi in Miami yesterday where he was given a verbal