ATP Finals: Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram beaten in semi-finals at O2 Arena

Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Jurgen Melzer and Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the semi-finals of the Nitto ATP Finals. The Australian Open champions knew that victory would see them finish the season as the world’s top doubles team, while Salisbury was looking to become the first

Novak Djokovic has mixed emotions about ending 2020 as world No 1

Novak Djokovic has mixed feelings about ending a “strange year” as the world No 1 for a sixth time after the season was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Djokovic won a record-extending eighth Australian Open as well as a record 36th Masters title in Rome, winning four titles in

Joe Salisbury withdraws from Paris Masters after close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case

Britain’s Joe Salisbury has been forced to withdraw from the doubles competition at the Rolex Paris Masters after “sustained close contact” with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, the ATP has announced. Salisbury, one half of the Australian Open doubles champions, who was in partnership with Rajeev Ram from

Andrey Rublev wins fifth ATP title of season at Erste Bank Open

Andrey Rublev has won his fifth ATP title of the season after beating Lorenzo Sonego 6-4 6-4 at the Erste Bank Open. The Russian has now won three of his last four tournaments, improving his record to 7-2 in career finals, and Sunday’s victory also earned him a berth at the

From Parkinson’s to tennis: The inspirational journey of Andy Wright

From an early-onset Parkinson’s diagnosis to an inspirational return to tennis and beyond – the incredible journey of Andy Wright. After being diagnosed with early-onset Parkinson’s disease at the age of 33, Nottingham-local Andy Wright never thought he would be able to play tennis again. Six-years after his diagnosis, the

The Rolex Paris Masters gets the go ahead from the French Tennis Federation

The French Tennis Federation has confirmed that the Rolex Paris Masters will go ahead as planned at the end of October. Following the success of the French Open under strict COVID-19 conditions, the Masters 1000 tournament, scheduled from October 31 to November 8, at the Accor Arena has now been

French Open: Sky Scholar Daniel Altmaier beaten by Pablo Carreno Busta in fourth round

Daniel Altmaier’s breakthrough run at the French Open came to an end with a straight-sets defeat by 17th seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the fourth round. Spaniard Carreno Busta, 29, beat the world No 186 6-2 7-5 6-2 to reach the quarter-finals, matching his best performance at Roland Garros. German

French Open: Alexander Zverev tests negative for coronavirus after playing with fever

Alexander Zverev has tested negative for Covid-19 after he revealed he had suffered with a fever and breathing difficulties before his fourth-round defeat at the French Open. The German sixth seed admitted he should not have taken to the court for his encounter with Italian teenager Jannik Sinner on Sunday,

Naomi Osaka leading the way by promoting Black Lives Matter

This is a story about more than just tennis, with US Open champion Naomi Osaka using her platform to promote Black Lives Matter and honour victims of violence and brutality. The 22-year-old has found her voice off the court and then sent out a statement by returning to the top

Liverpool fan Caroline Wozniacki delighted by Reds’ title success

Retired former Grand Slam champion Caroline Wozniacki was “happy and proud” of her beloved Liverpool winning the Premier League title for the first time. It has been less than seven weeks since their championship-winning campaign, but now Jurgen Klopp’s side are shaping up as they look to become only the