ATP Estoril Rome Masters Top Story

American Paul stuns Hubi to book surprise Rome semi

Tommy Paul outlasted seventh seed Hubert Hurkacz 7-5, 3-6,6-3 on Thursday, winning a quarter-final thriller to advance at the Rome Masters. The American will play

ATP Laver Cup Top Story

Nadal extends his shelf life with Laver Cup commitment

Rafael Nadal will extend his tennis career at least into the early autumn as the Spaniard returns to Team Europe at the upcoming Berlin edition

ATP Miami Open Top Story WTA

Shelton survives US loss earthquake

American Ben Shelton emerged a Miami Masters survivor on Sunday a day after three compatriots were bounced out in the second round. The No. 17

ATP The Australian Open Top Story

AO 2024 Men’s Day 7

Top seed Carlos Alcaraz booked into the second week of the Australian Open, for the first time on Saturday. with the ATP No. 2 mowing down

ATP The Australian Open Top Story Video

AO Men’s singles: Day 5 round-up

Seeds Alexander Zverev and Casper Ruud finished up four hour-plus marathons at almost exactly the same time to advance. Tournament No. 6 Zverev fought off

Adelaide International ATP Top Story WTA

Both seeds exit Adelaide quarters

The top-seeded pair of Elena Rybakina and Tommy Paul both made quarter-final exits at the ATP-WTA Adelaide International on Thursday with the Australian Open start

ATP Beijing Monte Carlo Top Story

Murray misses winning chances in Beijing battle

Andy Murray went down to defeat after missing on three match points, with the Scot sent packing 6-3,  5-7, 7-6 (6) on Thursday at the

ATP Laver Cup Top Story

Europe on the brink of second Laver loss

Team Europe was braced on Sunday for a second consecutive annual defeat in Laver Cup play after World ran up a massive 10-2 lead in Day

ATP The US Open Top Story

US Open Day 5 Men’s

American young guns pulled off a victory hat-trick on Friday in the US Open third round, with Frances Tiafoe, Tommy Paul and Ben Shelton all

ATP Cincinnati Masters Top Story

Alcaraz takes rain-hit revenge over Paul

Carlos Alcaraz had to work patiently through three rain interruptions on Thursday to finally earn 7-6 (6), 6-7 (0), 6-3 revenge at the Cincinnati Masters