Osaka falls to Vondrousova in third-round stunner
The four-time Grand Slam champion’s first Olympics ended at the hands of the 2019 Roland Garros runner-up.
Australia’s Jessica Fox has made Olympic history at the Tokyo Games as the first gold medalist in women’s canoe slalom
Italian tennis player Fabio Fognini has apologized for yelling at himself with a homophobic slur during a loss in the Olympic tennis tournament
Novak Djokovic says “pressure is a privilege” with the topic of athletes’ mental health and pressure being discussed at the Olympics
Daniil Medvedev was struggling so much with the suffocating heat and humidity in the Olympic tennis tournament that at one point the chair umpire asked him if he could continue playing
There he is doing the splits with the Belgian gymnastics team
Osaka defeated Viktorija Golubic and Djokovic ousted Jan-Lennard Struff, each in straight sets.
The Tokyo Olympics have been delayed by the pandemic and then opened under oppressive heat, and now a typhoon is on the way
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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The Serb has held 25 of his 26 service games in singles, and 31 of 32 if you count mixed doubles.
The three-time Olympic medalist fell in the men's doubles quarterfinals with Joe Salisbury on Wednesday at Tokyo's Ariake Tennis Park.
The past week saw Nakashima and his countrymen and women score notable wins across the globe.
The five-episode docuseries will explore a slew of compelling sports stories, including Fish’s own physical and subsequent mental struggles.
Among them included Hans Hach Verdugo, who enjoyed a dream week on home soil alongside John Isner in Los Cabos.
With Naomi Osaka going out in the third round, we’re now in uncharted territory in the women’s draw at the Olympics.
In Atlanta, the American will be competing in honor of his uncle who passed unexpectedly just a few days ago.
Murray and Salisbury shocked France's best doubles team of the Open Era in the opening round and that was just the start of the upset trend.