Zverev dashes Djokovic's Golden Slam hopes
The German trailed by a set and a break before winning eight consecutive games.
The American grabbed the last six points of the opening set before defeating the two-time Grand Slam finalist, 7-6 (4), 6-3, in Washington, D.C. on Monday.
Rafael Nadal is back after missing Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics with a previously undisclosed foot problem
Alexander Zverev followed up his comeback win over Novak Djokovic by winning the gold medal in men’s tennis at the Tokyo Olympics
The governing body of tennis is seeking more competition days at future Olympics to provide better rest and care for its players after heat was a major issue at the Tokyo Games
There’s been some serious star power in the 16-team mixed doubles tennis tournament at the Tokyo Olympics
A Swiss tennis player won gold in singles at the Olympics and it’s not Roger Federer or Stan Wawrinka
A roundup of gold medals from Saturday, July 31, at the Tokyo Games
"I'm sorry to Nina for not being able to play but my body just gave up," Djokovic said after withdrawing from the bronze medal mixed doubles match, adding that he has "several" injuries. "I played under medicines, unbelievable pain and exhaustion."
The Russian Olympic Committee has won the women’s team saber fencing after beating France 45-41 in the final
From winning almost a third of the majors he’s played to reaching the final at almost half of them, the Serb’s career stats just keep getting more and more legendary.
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Belinda Bencic, Alexander Zverev, Elina Svitolina and a Russian Olympic Committee contingent felt the love when they returned from Tokyo with their special hardware.
Also at the Tokyo Olympics, Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova became the first team from the Czech Republic to stand atop the podium.
Last month, the 27-year-old American saw years of hard work pay off when she lifted her first WTA title in Palermo.
The reigning Citi Open champion set aside his Twitter spat in pre-tournament press.
If your opponent is standing far back to return your serve, there's nothing wrong with hitting an underhand serve.
The world No. 1 launched his racquet into the empty Tokyo arena during his bronze medal match against Pablo Carreño Busta.
Before kicking off their campaigns in San Jose the three players spent time furry friends Olive and Chewy.
There is perhaps nothing more tactically important in tennis than taking time away from your opponent. Here's a new way to do just that.
Plus: Victoria Azarenka poses in a red cutout one-piece to ring in her 32nd birthday.