Manchester to rival London for ATP Finals

Manchester and current hosts London are on a five-city shortlist to stage the ATP Finals from 2021.
Singapore, Tokyo and Turin have also made the cut after more than 40 cities expressed an initial interest in hosting the eight-man tournament, which has been based at London's O2 Arena since 2 read more...

WTA announces rule change for returning mothers

Players returning to action after giving birth will not face a seeded player in the first round of tournaments under new rules.
The WTA has said mothers making a comeback to tennis after having a baby are to be given increased protection from next season in terms of their previous ranking, w read more...

Nadal confirms Laver Cup plans

Spaniard Rafael Nadal has confirmed he will join Swiss star Roger Federer at the Laver Cup at the start of 2019.
The 'King of Clay' missed the 2018 edition of the tournament but will team up with Federer as part of Team Europe. Bjorn Borg will lead the European team as they try to record the read more...

Sock set for Kooyong Classic

American Jack Sock has been confirmed as the latest addition to the Kooyong Classic line-up in early January.
The Melbourne event is one of the traditional warm-up tournaments for the Australian Open and usually attracts some big-name stars. Next year will be no different as Juan Martin Del read more...

Cilic bullish over Croatian duo’s chances

Marin Cilic says he and fellow Croat Borna Coric are now ready to challenge Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic regularly.
Cilic, whose only grand slam success remains the US Open in 2014, has risen to a career-high third in the world rankings and he capped off 2018 by helping his read more...

Osaka coach overjoyed at inaugural coach award

Naomi Osaka's coach, Sascha Bajin, says it's

such an honour
to be named the first WTA Coach of the Year.
The German-born coach picked up the accolade after helping Japanese star Osaka to her first Grand Slam title this year when she triumphed at the US Open in New Yo read more...

Williams opts for coaching shake-up

Venus Williams has reportedly parted ways with long-term coach David Witt after over a decade working together.
Witt, who is a former player on the ATP Tour and reached a career high of 128th in the world rankings back in 1993, had been working as part of Williams' coaching team since 2007. read more...

Nadal tipped to keep going

Former world number one Juan Carlos Ferrero feels Rafael Nadal still has a few years left at the top of the sport.
Nadal is now back in training after closing down his 2018 season early due to injury and looks set to be fit for another assault on Australian Open glory in January. The Spaniar read more...

Nadal back in training 35 days after op

A month after undergoing an arthroscopy on his right ankle, Rafael Nadal has resumed training in preparation for the 2019 season.
The former world number one underwent surgery on November 5 after announcing he would not be taking up his place at the season-ending ATP Finals in London. On Mon read more...

Delpo on course for Australian Open

Juan Martin del Potro's recovery from the knee injury that ended his season early is going well, according to his agent Jorge Viale.
Del Potro enjoyed a strong 2018 season as he reached a career high world number three in the ATP rankings, having reached the US Open final as well as picking read more...