Azarenka handed wildcard

Victoria Azarenka has been handed a wildcard to the Australian Open which takes place in Melbourne next month.
The former world number one has been forced to miss the US Open and Belarus' Davis Cup final this year as she battles for custody of her 11-month old son, but is on course to return read more...

2017 success spurring Federer on

Roger Federer says he has no plans to retire anytime soon having enjoyed 2017 more than any other year in his career.
The Swiss silenced all the doubters who said he was too old to add to his haul of Grand Slam titles by capturing this year's Australian Open and Wimbledon men's singles crown read more...

Williams hints at comeback

Serena Williams has dropped her biggest hint yet that a return to competitive action is not too far away.
The American ace ended her 2017 season in April after announcing that she was pregnant, and gave birth to a daughter in September. The 36-year-old had already won a 23rd Grand Slam title read more...

Millman targets Davis Cup spot

John Millman is hoping to enjoy a good start to the 2018 campaign in order to boost his Davis Cup chances with Australia.
After more than eight months out of action, Millman enjoyed a positive 2017 season with a run to the third round of the US Open at Flushing Meadows a particular highlight read more...

Wozniacki relishing Serena return

Caroline Wozniacki says the competition in tennis is

at an all-time high
and she is looking forward to Serena Williams' return.
There were five world number ones and four different Grand Slam champions in 2017, including two first-time major winners. Williams' season read more...

Karlovic ‘super excited’ for 2018

Veteran Ivo Karlovic claims he is still

super excited
ahead of the new campaign despite suffering a frustrating 2017 on the court.
The Croatian is approaching his 39th birthday in February but does not seem ready to call it a day regardless of the fact he managed jus read more...

Williams handed Auckland wild card

Auckland Open tournament director Karl Budge has offered Serena Williams a wild card for the January tournament.
The American has not featured competitively for almost a year after giving birth to her first child but she has confirmed that she intends to be at the Australian Open in January. read more...

Radwanska wants 2018 improvement

Agnieszka Radwanska is hoping to put a disappointing 2017 behind her as she aims to enjoy more success.
The Pole, who reached the final of Wimbledon in 2012 and climbed to number two in the world rankings the same year, endured a difficult 2017 season, failing to win an WTA event and was als read more...

Djokovic excited for return to action

Novak Djokovic is looking forward to returning to action when he participates in this month's Mubadala World Tennis Championship.
The Serbian missed the second half of the 2017 season due to an elbow injury but is scheduled to make his return to action during the exhibition event in Abu Dhab read more...

Cilic confirms split

Marin Cilic has taken to social media to confirm he has split with Swedish coach Jonas Bjorkman after 16 months.
The Croatian drafted in Bjorkman, who has also worked with former world number one Andy Murray, in 2016 and the Swede helped him climb to number four in the world in October 2017. read more...