Sherif becomes first Egyptian to win WTA Tour event
Mayar Sherif became the first Egyptian to win a WTA Tour event by beating top-seeded Maria Sakkari 7-5, 6-3 at the Parma Ladies Open
One shot to get it right: Tel Aviv promoters hope event is a hit among ATP locker room
Peter Johnston of the Watergen Tel Aviv Open talks pulling this week's event together with a short runway, having Novak Djokovic in town and respecting local culture.
Novak Djokovic aims to ensure ATP Finals bid with stacked fall schedule
The former world No. 1 was unable to enter two majors in 2022 due to COVID-19 vaccine opposition, and plans to enter an event in Nur-Sultan before the Rolex Paris Masters.
ATP to investigate Orléans Challenger dispute between Corentin Moutet and Adrian Andreev
The two nearly came to blows at net following a tense second-round clash, needing to be separated by the umpire.
The Top 5: Strong Second-Half Finishers
Several players, including two Team World stars, are stepping up as the season winds down.
Parma Ladies Open semifinals postponed to same day as final
The semifinals of the Parma Ladies Open have been postponed by a day and will be played shortly before Saturday’s final
The Tennis Conversation: Marshall Happer, the closest the sport has ever had to a commissioner
Catching up with one of the most influential leaders in professional tennis, who headed the Men's Tennis Council and later became USTA Executive Director.
Is tennis ripe for a "LIV Golf"-style takeover?
Few thought the rival league would pose a viable threat to the PGA Tour; is a similar rebellion possible in tennis?
Top-seeded Sakkari reaches semifinals at Parma Ladies Open
Top-seeded Maria Sakkari has rallied past 97th-ranked Maryna Zanevska 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 at the Parma Ladies Open to reach her first semifinal since the grass-court season
Juan Martin del Potro reveals ongoing challenges in retirement: "I can only walk, I can't even run on the treadmill"
"I was No. 3 in the world, until suddenly, I broke my knees and here I am, with nothing," he said.
"This was very giving": Casper Ruud's front-row seat to Federer's farewell and Nadal's touching tears
The world No. 2 never dreamed of being side by side with Roger when he bid adieu. "I enjoyed the moment, realizing that this will be probably some of the best days of my life."