LOS ANGELES—Tennis star Maria Sharapova says she failed a drug test at the Australian Open. The five-time major champion took full responsibility for her mistake...
Hard Work, Desire to Reach the Top Paying Off for Milos Raonic at Australian Open
Milos Raonic is closing in on the top of the tennis world through hard work and a never-ending desire to be the best. He kicked... Read more
Federer: It’s Time to Name Players Suspected of Match Fixing
MELBOURNE, Australia—Roger Federer has heard enough speculation about match-fixing in tennis. If players are suspected of corruption, he wants names. Federer was responding to reports... Read more
Andy Murray Gives Britain Davis Cup Title After 79 Years
GHENT, Belgium—With one perfect lob, Andy Murray ended eight decades of Davis Cup frustration for Britain. By beating David Goffin 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 on Sunday,... Read more
Jelena Jankovic Wins Hong Kong Open
Jelena Jankovic beat Venus Williams and Angelique Kerber on successive days to take the Prudential Assurance Hong Kong Open 2015 singles title, on Sunday Oct... Read more
How a Change in Era Could Lead Djokovic Past Federer’s All-Time Mark
Novak Djokovic overcame a clearly pro-Federer crowd, an ugly spill early in the match (that left his elbow and leg bloodied), and a reinvented Federer... Read more
Williams Stunned in US Open Semis by Vinci, Slam Bid Ends
NEW YORK— For Serena Williams’ first 26 matches at major tournaments in 2015, no deficit was too daunting, no opponent too troublesome, no victory too... Read more
3 Greatest US Open Rivalries of All Time
The US Open has seen a number of great rivalries over the years, but here are the three greatest in the Open era. 3. Andre... Read more
Can Federer Make a US Open Finals Run Again?
Roger Federer’s 7–6 (0), 7–6 (6), 7–5 win over the last American male player left at the US Open—John Isner—was just what we’ve come to expect from... Read more
Labour Day 2015 Synonymous With Sports, Especially for Canada
Labour Day happens to be one of the biggest days of the year for sports. Canada had it pretty good this year with the traditional... Read more
What It Will Take for Serena Williams and Roger Federer to Make US Open History
Moneyball was just the start. In the 12 years since Michael Lewis’s book lifted the lid on how the Oakland Athletics baseball team used detailed... Read more
What’s Happened to Nadal?
This clearly hasn’t been Rafael Nadal’s best season. Let’s review. Despite a decent-looking 42–14 record, Nadal didn’t win his customary French Open title—for just the... Read more
Additional Top Players Announced for Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2015
HONG KONG—At the press conference today, August 31, 2015 three additional top flight participants were announced for the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2015, US$250,000... Read more
Reliving Wimbledon 2008 Final: The Greatest Match Ever
Some said the best men’s match ever was the epic 1980 Wimbledon final between Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe—where Bjorg prevailed over the up-and-coming McEnroe... Read more
US Open 2015: Most Anticipated of the Men’s Matches
The US Open draws have been unveiled. What are the most anticipated matches that we could see down the line? Here are the most anticipated... Read more
Why 33-Year-Old Serena Williams Is Ruling Women’s Tennis
As the winner of the last four majors, the No. 1 ranked Serena Williams is unquestionably the best player in women’s tennis. With 21 major wins... Read more
Can Federer Win the US Open?
Remember when Roger Federer was king of the US Open? Me neither. The records indicate that the year was 2008—the year Tiger Woods last won... Read more