ATP Top Story Toronto

Djokovic pulls out of Toronto event

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from next month’s National Bank Open in Toronto. “It would have been fantastic to have hosted Novak,” Karl

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story

Tough opener in Tokyo for Murray

Reigning Olympic champion Andy Murray has been given a tough start in his bid for a third gold medal, drawn to face Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliassime

Pslermo Top Story WTA

Dominant Collins on track in Palermo

Top-seeded Danielle Collins reached the last 16 of the Palermo Ladies Open with a 7-5, 6-3 win over Germany’s Katharina Gerlach. The American, a semi-finalist

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Serena stars in new Subway ad: watch video here

Serena Williams is one of a number of sports stars in Subway’s new advert for their “Eat Fresh Refresh” campaign. Williams stars with Stephen Curry,

ATP The US Open Top Story WTA

New fan rules for US Open

As tickets went on sale yesterday for the US Open officials announced new rules to combat the potential threat from the Covid-19 virus. The New

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story

De Minaur tests positive – out of Tokyo Olympics

Australian Alex de Minaur has tested positive for COVID-19 and has withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics. The Australian Olympic team’s chef de mission Ian Chesterman

Tokyo Olympics Top Story WTA

Konta latest to withdraw from Tokyo games

Johanna Konta has become the latest player to withdraw from the Tokyo Olympics over Covid fears. Australian-born Konta, 30, who competed in the Rio de

Top Story Wimbledon WTA

Raducanu Wimbledon “Breakthrough Player of the Tournament”

18 year old British tennis newcomer Emma Raducanu  who made it through to the Wimbledon fourth round in her first Grand slam appearance last week

Top Story Wimbledon WTA

Pliskova jumps 15 spots in WTA rankings

Karolina Pliskova’s Wimbledon final appearance has seen her jump 15 places to No.5 on the latest WTA rankings. The 29-year-old collected 1,300 points for her

ATP Top Story Wimbledon WTA

Two ‘dodgy’ betting alerts at Wimbledon

The International Tennis Integrity Unit received at least two suspicious betting alerts during Wimbledon, German newspaper Welt has reported. One involved a first-round doubles match