Watson finally gets a win

Heather Watson has picked up her first win in the main draw of a WTA event since Wimbledon with victory over Yanina Wickmayer.
The 25-year-old has suffered a poor run of results but moved past the Belgian 6-2 6-1 in the first round of the Luxembourg Open. Having fallen in three sets to Victo read more...

Djokovic morale boosted by resurgent duo

Novak Djokovic is hopeful he can follow in the footsteps of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal by returning strongly from a period out.
The Serbian announced after being forced to retire from his Wimbledon quarter-final against Tomas Berdych that he would be shutting down his season early due to read more...

Kyrgios confirms Stuttgart place

Nick Kyrgios has confirmed that he will participate at the grass-court Stuttgart Open in Germany ahead of Wimbledon next summer.
The 22-year-old Australian is the latest big-name player to sign up for the event after Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov confirmed that he would again be featuring despit read more...

Federer admits world no.1 spot a ‘wild thought’

Roger Federer admits he doesn't know how he can beat Rafael Nadal to the world No.1 spot in the end-of-year rankings.
The Wimbledon champion beat Nadal for the fifth time in succession to win the Shanghai Masters on Sunday, closing the gap on the Spaniard at the top of the ATP rankings. Now read more...

Murray steps up injury recovery

Andy Murray has been back on the practice courts at the All England Club as he recovers from his hip injury, reports say.
The world No.3 has been taking some time off as he recovers from a troublesome hip injury which has kept him on the sidelines since July. The Scot has not played competit read more...

Nadal reveals knee worries

Rafael Nadal admits his knee troubles may force him to take some extra time off in his bid to regain full fitness.
The Spaniard has had knee problems throughout his career and wore red tape on his right leg during his defeat to Roger Federer in Sunday's final at the Shanghai Masters. Federer read more...

Sharapova claims first title since ban

Maria Sharapova has beaten Aryna Sabalenka in the Tianjin Open final to claim her first title since returning from a doping ban.
The world number 86 saw off her Belarusian opponent in straight sets 7-5 7-6 (10-8) in a match that lasted two hours and five minutes. Sharapova, who was handed a read more...

Federer triumphs in Shanghai

World number two Roger Federer has claimed his sixth title of the year by beating Rafael Nadal in the Shanghai Masters final.
The Swiss has now won his last five meetings against the current world number one, coming through the last three in straight sets. Federer was in devastating form as read more...

Garcia looking forward to WTA Finals

Caroline Garcia admits she is looking forward to this month's WTA Finals after securing the last qualifying place earlier this week.
The French ace has enjoyed a fantastic few months on the court after she followed up victory in September's Wuhan Open with a triumph at the China Open. Despit read more...

Federer sets up Nadal final

Roger Federer will play Rafael Nadal in the Shanghai Masters final after a three-set semi-final victory over Juan Martin del Potro.
The Far East showpiece will be the 24th time that the two greats have met in a final after Federer came from a set down to move past the giant Argentinian. Del read more...