Clay-court tennis is back—is Djokovic? On his comeback win over Simon
Simon is now 1-11 against Djokovic, but this was their second straight lengthy battle.
Apr 18, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Three to See, Monte Carlo: Djokovic takes on Simon; Haas plays Paire
Also, Lucas Pouille squares off against Ryan Harrison, the lone American in the draw.
Apr 17, 2017 by Steve Tignor
It was now or never for Steve Johnson in Houston final—he chose now
The American defeated Thomaz Bellucci in three sets to capture his second career title.
The road to Roland Garros begins in Monte Carlo: A Masters preview
Which of the top men will get a head start? Rafa, for one, has won this event nine times.
Apr 14, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Tennis can evolve in the mind as much as it does in equipment
Learning to play the modern game can make the sport feel like an adventure again.
Apr 13, 2017 by Steve Tignor
What Kyrgios can do for Australia, and what its team can do for him
For the moment, Nick the rebel has joined the Aussie fold.
Apr 10, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Week in Preview: Dimitrov, Sock in action as tours continue transition
The players are making their way from hard courts to clay, and from the U.S. to Europe.
Who was Norman? Federer has much in common with his trophy’s namesake
A look at the Aussie tennis hero behind Roger's Australian Open trophy.
Apr 07, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Looking ahead to a potentially wild weekend of Davis Cup QF ties
Nick Kyrgios, leading the Aussies, is playing the best tennis of his career at the moment.
Apr 06, 2017 by Steve Tignor