Former world No. 4 Johanna Konta announces retirement from WTA Tour
In a statement, the three-time major semifinalist said "all the evidence pointed towards me not ‘making' it in this profession."
Germany beats Great Britain in Davis Cup for first semifinal showing since 2007
Germany came from behind to upset Britain in the Davis Cup quarterfinals after Kevin Krawietz and Tim Pütz won the decisive doubles match.
On This Day: Aussie legends Newcombe and Laver take five-setters to kick off 1973 Davis Cup final
With contract pros now permitted to play the men's team event, the shift proved to be a boon for Australia.
Russians aim to cement Davis Cup favorite status after group victories
“Two years ago, we were in the semifinals,” said Andrey Rublev. “We are going to do our best to go further.”
Anett Kontaveit, Ons Jabeur top women’s match win leaders for 2021
They both won 48 matches this year, and both became the first players from their respective countries, male or female, to reach the Top 10 on the ATP or WTA rankings.
The Top 10 Matches of 2021, No. 9: Naomi Osaka d. Garbiñe Muguruza, Australian Open Fourth Round
Osaka-Muguruza in Melbourne felt like a Grand Slam final, and brought a prize-fight atmosphere to Rod Laver Arena.
Simona Halep bounces back from long injury lay-off for ninth straight Top 20 finish
The former world No. 1 achieved the feat after missing three crucial months of the season with a calf injury and watching her ranking drop from No. 2 to No. 22.
Croatia takes lead against Italy in Davis Cup quarterfinals
Borna Gojo gave Croatia an early lead over Italy in the Davis Cup quarterfinals by beating Lorenzo Sonego 7-6 (2), 2-6, 6-2 in the opening match of the best-of-three series
When a crisis demanded that the real Steve Simon stand up, he did so—and stood tall
The WTA Chairman and CEO's stand on the mysterious disappearance of Peng Shuai sent shock waves through a sporting world that has been too busy fattening its bottom line on the Chinese frontier.
The Top 10 Matches of 2021, No. 10: Novak Djokovic d. Alexander Zverev, US Open Semifinal
Djokovic didn’t win the Grand Slam, but he left it all on the court trying, and his five-set win over Zverev is a triumph worth looking back on.