Muguruza eyes number one spot

Garbine Muguruza says she is always thinking about returning to the top of the rankings.
The two-time Grand Slam champion reached the top of the WTA rankings for the first time after the 2017 US Open but currently finds herself third, behind Caroline Wozniacki and Simona Halep. Muguruza feel read more...

Ostapenko aiming for Grand Slam improvement

French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko says she wants to

play better
in the other three Grand Slams.
Ostapenko created tennis history at Roland Garros last year as she became the first Latvian player to win a Grand Slam whilst she was also the first unseeded female Fr read more...

Hingis highlights Fed advantage

Martina Hingis believes Roger Federer's professionalism is what gives him the edge over his fellow competitors.
The Swiss bounced back in 2017 by ending his five-year wait for a Grand Slam title with wins at the Australian Open and Wimbledon and backed it up last month with a repeat success read more...

Goffin confident of swift return

David Goffin is confident of a speedy recovery after a freak eye injury ended his participation in last week' World Tennis Tournament.
The 27-year-old was locked in a battle with Grigor Dimitrov in the Rotterdam semi-finals but was forced to retire when a set and 1-0 down after being hit in read more...

Muguruza confirms plans to play in Birmingham

Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza has confirmed she will prepare for this year's tournament by playing at the Birmingham Classic.
The two-time Grand Slam champion burst onto the scene last year after she beat Venus Williams at SW19 to win the title last year. The 24-year-old has previously read more...

Kvitova targets Grand Slam glory

Petra Kvitova has set her sights on Grand Slam glory after beating Garbine Muguruza in the final of the Qatar Open in Doha.
The Czech ace, who picked up her first title of 2018 in St Petersburg two weeks ago, was made to work hard after losing the first set, but recovered to eventually win t read more...

Federer secures Rotterdam crown

Roger Federer proved too strong for Grigor Dimitrov in the Rotterdam Open final as he claimed a 6-2 6-2 win in just 55 minutes.
The Swiss star reclaimed top spot in the ATP rankings to become the oldest world number one earlier in the tournament and capped off a memorable week by taking the read more...

Goffin to miss Marseille

David Goffin will miss the Marseille Open after suffering an eye injury in his Rotterdam Open semi-final clash against Grigor Dimitrov.
The 27-year-old Belgian was due to be the top seed for the event in the south of France next week, but he has been forced to withdraw as he requires a week' read more...

Russian not setting goals

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova insists she isn’t setting any goals but is hoping to bring a better level of consistency to her game.
The three-time junior champion has yet to make it beyond the last eight at any of the senior Grand Slam events and she has never been ranked higher than number 13 read more...

Federer overjoyed at No.1 return

Roger Federer says becoming the oldest world number one in tennis history means more to him than anything he has previously done.
The Swiss maestro yet again wrote his name into the history books with his quarter-final triumph over Robin Haase at the Rotterdam Open on Friday, a victory which read more...