Team Europe retains Laver Cup, which proves its worth in Chicago
Team World pushed ahead on the scoreboard before Federer and Zverev clinched the Cup.
Sep 24, 2018 by Richard Evans
Player and fan support—and late rally—set up exciting Laver Cup finale
Team World trails 7-5, but is guaranteed at least two live, three-point matches on Sunday.
Sep 23, 2018 by Richard Evans
US Open finals tell vastly different tales of comfort and chaos
Serena, Patrick Mourataglou and Carlos Ramos all get some blame in the women's drama.
Sep 10, 2018 by Richard Evans
The ATP's Next Gen has proven itself on tour. Why can't it at a Slam?
The best-of-five-set format is a major culprit, says Martina Navratilova and Mark Knowles.
Sep 06, 2018 by Richard Evans
The Word of Nick: Getting to know Kyrgios, and others, off the court
Press conferences reveal more about players in minutes than watching them play for hours.
Aug 31, 2018 by Richard Evans
Sabalenka, Serena, Simona: Sloane Stephens' US Open defense begins
Or, like the American did last year in New York, could a title threat come out of nowhere?
Aug 26, 2018 by Richard Evans
Wimbledon Wrap: On Djokovic's win; The issue of quantity v. quality
Djokovic is a champion again, but people will forever remember the unusual semifinals.
Jul 16, 2018 by Richard Evans
It was a Wimbledon week to remember—unless you're a fallen top seed
Big names in the men's and women's draws fell each and every day at the All England Club.
Jul 07, 2018 by Richard Evans
Just like 50 years ago, nothing is certain at Wimbledon
The late withdrawal of Murray is sad for the Championships and his army of fans.
Jul 01, 2018 by Richard Evans