Alexandrova beats Sabalenka to reach Kremlin Cup semifinals
Aryna Sabalenka’s first tournament since testing positive for the coronavirus ended after only two matches
In Moscow, Aryna Sabalenka reflects on contracting COVID-19 and major semifinal experiences
"The play was very nervous, and I would have gone back to these matches to worry less," the Belarusian said regarding this year's Wimbledon and US Open exits.
With Moscow win, Maria Sakkari secures historic WTA Finals berth; Rublev ousted by Mannarino
The fifth competitor to punch her ticket to Guadalajara, Sakkari's Kremlin Cup campaign continues against Simona Halep Friday.
On This Day, 2007: David Nalbandian completes unprecedented Big Three sweep to capture Madrid crown
The best of his generation never to win a major title, Nalbandian is the only man to defeat Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal over the course of one tournament.
On this Day, 1989: Jimmy Connors wins his 109th—and last—singles title
No man in the Open era has won more titles, or played more singles finals than Connors.
In first match since positive COVID-19 test, Aryna Sabalenka tops Ajla Tomljanovic at Kremlin Cup
The world No. 2 played a match for the first time since reaching the US Open semifinals and won Wednesday in Moscow.
Andy Murray bonds with Frances Tiafoe after Antwerp epic, shares rare post-match chat
The former world No. 1 outlasted an inspired performance from the surging American in three tiebreak sets at the European Open.
No vaccine exceptions for Australian Open entrants, says government
The announcement that all visitors will need to be double vaccinated comes when just over half of all ATP and WTA players have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Question: Can the United States ever live up to its mythic tennis past?
The U.S. has 30 players in the ATP and WTA Top 100s, triple what it had in 2010. The next task is translating those big numbers of players into bigger results at the majors.
“I want more”: Ons Jabeur isn't satisfied with a spot in the Top 10—she's always had more on her mind
“I always wanted to get there, to be No. 1 in the world,” said the 27-year-old from Tunisia. “Top 10 I know is the beginning.”
Doubles Take: Hsieh and Mertens, Peers and Polasek Triumph in Indian Wells
A quick recap on the action in the California desert and a preview on what's to come for both tours.