Murray ready to step up

Andy Murray is confident he can impress at the French Open after a disappointing 2017 campaign to date.
Murray remains the world number one but he has endured a tough season so far with just one tournament win, which came in Dubai at the start of March. The 30-year-old did reach the last fou read more...

Watson within touching distance of French Open

Heather Watson is just one match away from securing her place at the French Open after she beat Tereza Smitkova in straight sets.
The British number two is bidding to reach the main draw at Roland Garros for the seventh-successive year and after dispatching of Anastasiya Komardina in the fir read more...

Del Potro unsure of French outing

Juan Martin del Potro says he will make a decision soon on whether or not he will compete at the 2017 French Open.
The second Grand Slam of the season gets underway at Roland Garros on Sunday and Del Potro, who reached the semi-finals back in 2009, is still to confirm his plans. Argentina's read more...

Simon sees off Edmund’s challenge

Fifth seed Gilles Simon fought back from a set down to knock British number two Kyle Edmund out of the Lyon Open.
The Yorkshireman matched the Frenchman for much of the clay-court clash, but he eventually slipped to a 3-6 7-5 6-4 defeat. Edmund claimed the opening break in game four to go 3- read more...

Rusedski pin-points Murray issue

World number one Andy Murray has struggled for form this year due to a lack of time to rest, according to Greg Rusedski.
Murray enjoyed an incredible 2016, which saw him reach the finals of the Australian and French Open, while he also claimed a second Wimbledon title and won a second gold m read more...

Rusedski pinpoints Murray issue

World number one Andy Murray has struggled for form this year due to a lack of time to rest, according to Greg Rusedski.
Murray enjoyed an incredible 2016, which saw him reach the finals of the Australian and French Open, while he also claimed a second Wimbledon title and won a second gold m read more...

Wozniacki reveals fitness hopes

Caroline Wozniacki is hoping to be fit for the French Open despite retiring from the Strasbourg International with a back injury.
The 26-year-old former world number one was top seed for the clay-court tournament - a warm-up ahead of the year's second Grand Slam which gets under way at Rolan read more...

Kvitova could make shock French Open return

Petra Kvitova should be ready to play at Wimbledon this summer and may even make a shock appearance at the French Open next week.
Kvitova has been out of the game for the past six months after she was attacked by an intruder in her apartment in the Czech Republic. The injuries she suffered a read more...

Garcia advances but Wozniacki crocked

Caroline Garcia is through to the second round of the Strasbourg International but Caroline Wozniacki retired with an injury.
Garcia, who beat Mirjana Lucic-Baroni to lift the trophy 12 months ago, booked her spot in round two with a straight-sets victory over Jennifer Brady. The French star read more...