ATP Geneva THE FRENCH OPEN Top Story

Crowd serenades Novak as he wins on 37th birthday

Novak Djokovic turned 37 on Wednesday and celebrated with a win, coming from 3-0 down in the second set to beat Yannick Hanfmann 6-3, 6-3

ATP Geneva The French Open Top Story

German marches Murray to the Geneva exit

Andy Murray’s stab at the clay courts ended in disaster on Tuesday as Yannick Hanfmann came back to finish a first-round exit for the Scot at

ATP Basel Top Story

Marathon Murray starts with battling Basel win

Andy Murray followed his most recent match template, struggling through a marathon match to scratch his way into the second round of the Swiss Indoors

Antwerp ATP Los Cabos Mexico Top Story

Tsitsipas regains his rhythm for Antwerp SF spot

Stefanos Tsitsipas got serious about patching up his game as the Greek reached his first semi-final since August with a quarter-final win in Antwerp on Friday.

ATP Beijing Top Story

Alcaraz excels with debut Beijing win

Carlos Alcaraz kicked off his career on court in Beijing on Friday, defeating Yannik Hanfmann 6-4, 6-3 to make a winning debut at the ATP

ATP Madrid Masters Mallorca Top Story

Feli gives his vote of confidence to Nadal

Recently retired Feliciano Lopez is backing good mate Rafael Nadal to make an injury return to tennis – date unspecified – and get back in the

ATP Top Story Wimbledon

Wimbledon Men’s Day 3

Novak Djokovic is guaranteed a day of rest on Thursday after setting another record as the third man to win 350 Grand Slam singles matches

ATP Halle Mallorca Top Story

Tsitsipas toppled by German Hanfmann in Mallorca

Stefanos Tsitsipas heads to Wimbledon with a 1-3 record on the grass after losing his opening match in Mallorca 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 to German outsider

ATP Rome Masters Top Story

Medvedev rolls qualifier to book semi-final

Daniil Medvedev brought his hidden clay game to life on Thursday, delivering a crushing 6-2, 6-2 defeat to qualifier Yannick Hanfmann to reach a career-first semi-final

ATP Kitzbuehel Top Story

Rain foils Thiem in Kitz upset loss

Dominic Thiem was spooked by a last-minute rain interruption as the Austrian’s comeback to form stalled at home with a quarter-final loss on Thursday on the clay of Kitzbuehel.