Johanna Konta through to last eight of the Monterrey Open

Johanna Konta booked her place in the last eight of the Monterrey Open with a 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 victory over Tatjana Maria on Thursday. The Brit, who kicked off the week with a straight-sets win against Kim Clijsters, had 10 break points without converting a single one on her way

Monterrey Open: Johanna Konta beats Kim Clijsters as Heather Watson loses

British number one Johanna Konta beat Kim Clijsters 6-3 7-5 at the Monterrey Open to claim her first win of 2020. Konta failed to convert two early break points, but made the breakthrough in the seventh as she won four straight games to take the first set. The second set

Andy Murray provides positive injury update after new hip surgery fears

Andy Murray has taken to Instagram to provide fans with an update on his recovery as he bids to return to action. Murray has not played since November at the Davis Cup for Great Britain due to a pelvic problem. The three-time Grand Slam winner has since missed the ATP

Andy Murray completes gruelling rally in training amid fears over more surgery

Andy Murray could be back on the ATP Tour sooner than first thought after the former world number one shared footage of a gruelling rally in training. The two-time Wimbledon champion has been out of action with a pelvic injury since helping Great Britain reach the semi-finals of the revamped

Margaret Court shows support for anti-gay country

Former Australian tennis star Margaret Court has thrown her support behind an African country that has been accused of the horrific abuse and torture of gay people. With the help of the Pentecostal church, where Court is a pastor, she and her husband Barry have assisted in establishing a consulate

Federer withdraws from French Open after undergoing knee surgery

Roger Federer has announced he will miss this year's French Open after undergoing knee surgery. The 20-time grand slam champion went under the knife in Switzerland yesterday. Federer, 38, wrote on Twitter: "My right knee has been bothering me for a little while. "I hoped it would go away but

Thiem leapfrogs injured Roger Federer as Djokovic extends lead over Nadal

Dominic Thiem has climbed to world No. 3 in the ATP rankings, leapfrogging the injured Roger Federer, despite not playing a match this week, while Novak Djokovic extended his lead at the top over Rafael Nadal. Federer, who underwent knee surgery earlier this month, was unable to defend the 500

Novak Djokovic makes Stefanos Tsitsipas prediction after maintaining world No 1 ranking

Novak Djokovic has backed Stefanos Tsitsipas’ credentials to be the next world No 1 after a hard-fought win over the Greek at the Dubai Championships. In an entertaining final between the two top seeds, Djokovic showed why he hasn’t been beaten since November by proving to be too strong for