French Open lookahead: Swiatek, Medvedev, Tsitsipas on court
No. 1 Iga Swiatek looks to extend her 30-match winning streak as third-round matches continue on Day 7 at the French Open
Rafa vs. Uncle Toni: Nadal to meet Auger-Aliassime in Paris
Rafael Nadal will see a familiar face in the opposite corner for his fourth-round match at the French Open
Carlos Alcaraz regains footing in Roland Garros campaign with revenge over Sebastian Korda
Korda remains the only man to beat Alcaraz since the Spanish teen won his first Masters 1000 title in Miami, but came up short against the No. 6 seed under the Philippe-Chatrier lights.
The ultimate test of Felix Auger-Aliassime’s improvement will come on Sunday in Paris, when he faces his coach’s nephew
“He’s given me confidence I can reach the best levels,” FAA, who won on Friday at Roland Garros, says of his coach Toni Nadal.
French Open updates | Djokovic hopes jailed Becker strong
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic says he’s reached out to Boris Becker’s family to offer support after the tennis great was sentenced to prison for bankruptcy offenses
Leylah Fernandez’s lefthanded synthesis of grit and artistry is emerging rapidly
The 19-year-old Canadian earned an impressive victory over gold medalist Belinda Bencic, and will face Amanda Anisimova for a spot in the quarterfinals.
Stat of the Day: Rafael Nadal is now 53-0 in the first week of Roland Garros
He’s now 159-6 in sets in Week 1 here, too.
Three to See, Day 7: Daniil Medvedev vs. Miomir Kecmanovic; Alizé Cornet vs. Qinwen Zheng; Jannik Sinner vs. Mackenzie McDonald
Each day, we'll preview three must-see matches from Roland Garros.
'Miss,' 'Mrs.' dropped from Wimbledon champion honor board
Women’s singles champions will now be listed on the All England Club’s honor boards simply by their first initial and last name instead of including “Miss” or “Mrs.”
Citi Open in Washington, D.C. to return as combined event
The WTA 250 event will have a 32-player singles field and 16 doubles teams.
Reaction to tours' stripping Wimbledon of its ranking points highlights player discontent
The ATP and WTA may have overplayed their hand.