Top 5 Best Quotes of 2022, No. 1: Roger Federer's “happy” tears during Laver Cup sendoff
There wasn’t a dry eye at The O2 when the tennis world officially waved goodbye to one of its greatest champions.
Off the radar to start the season, the Frenchwoman finished inside the Top 5—her highest ranking in four years—after a career-redefining effort.
The Frenchwoman made headlines by revealing that some players at Roland Garros quietly agreed to stop self-testing for COVID-19.
"They were doing some Cristiano Ronaldo thing," said Nick Kyrgios, who welcomed the chants throughout his run to the doubles title.
The tech platform that transformed court bookings by creating New York City’s first virtual tennis club has set its sights on removing friction from the pickleball experience, too.
In an increasingly familiar move, the protesters made it onto the court during a live match—with players standing just yards away—before being apprehended.
“Things that are out of his control are impacting him,” said former world No. 1 Jim Courier, after seeing the Greek hitting a ball in frustration toward his player box.