Djokovic reveals mental struggles

Novak Djokovic says he can now play pain-free and admits he was also struggling mentally earlier in the year.
The former world number one overcame Dusan Lajovic 6-0 6-1 on Monday to reach the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters. The Serbian star underwent a minor surgical procedure on an read more...

Donaldson may face fine after Monte Carlo bust-up

Jared Donaldson could be in hot water after confronting an umpire over a line call at the Monte Carlo Masters.
The American went down 6-3 6-3 to Albert Ramos-Vinolas in his first-round match but the contest was overshadowed by an unsavoury incident in the sixth game of the second set. The 21 read more...

Evans to make comeback in Glasgow

Dan Evans will make his return to competitive action following a drugs ban at the Glasgow Trophy this month.
The former British number four, who is yet to break his duck on the ATP Tour, tested positive for cocaine during the Barcelona Open last year and was subsequently handed a one-year su read more...

Nadal cautious ahead of return

Rafael Nadal is reluctant to say his injury problems are behind him after suffering a number of setbacks over the last few months.
The Spaniard has been dogged by a troublesome thigh injury in recent months, but is finally hoping to put all issues behind him and play some tennis at the Monte read more...

Edmund chokes in Marrakech finale

Kyle Edmund's first ATP Tour final ended in disappointment as he suffered a straight-sets defeat against Pablo Andujar in Marrakech.
The 23-year-old current British number one in the absence of Andy Murray, enjoyed an impressive run on the clay surface in the Grand Prix Hassan II. Having def read more...

Ljubicic admits to Federer struggles

Roger Federer’s coach Ivan Ljubicic has admitted it is 'complicated' to improve a player of the Swiss star's standard.
The 36-year-old is enjoying somewhat of a Renaissance at this latter stage of his career, which has already seen him win 20 men’s singles Grand Slam titles. With Federer read more...

Edmund wins twice to reach first ATP final

Kyle Edmund won two matches on Saturday to advance to his first ATP Tour final at the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakesh.
The 23-year-old was forced to play his quarter-final match with Tunisia's Malek Jaziri after heavy rain on Friday set the schedule back, but he came through 6-2 6-1 to set read more...

Thiem set for Monte Carlo return

Dominic Thiem's coach, Gunter Bresnik, has claimed that he should be fit in time to return at Monte Carlo.
The 24-year-old has been out for the last few weeks after picking up an ankle injury at the start of the campaign. He suffered a small ankle fracture at Indian Wells but the Austrian en read more...

Karlovic makes history in Texas

Croatia's Ivo Karlovic made history as he reached the semi-finals of the US Clay Court Championships after beating Nick Kyrgios.
The 39-year-old became the oldest ATP semi-finalist since Jimmy Connors in 1993 as he beat Kyrgios on Friday in Houston. Karlovic, who last won a title in 2016, sm read more...

Nadal keen to kick-start season

Rafael Nadal says he is confident he can kick-start his season at the Monte Carlo Masters.
The Spaniard has not played on the ATP Tour since being forced to retire from his Australian Open quarter-final against Marin Cilic due to a hip problem. Nadal returned last week to guide Spain into th read more...