Federer looking forward to China event

Roger Federer says his appearance in Hangzhou over December will serve as preparation for next year.
The Swiss ace is playing a series of exhibition doubles and singles matches with Alexander Zverev, and Mike and Bob Bryan in China on December 28 and 29. He has decided to play there rather t read more...

Medvedev aiming for big 2020

Russian star Daniil Medvedev is confident he can shine in 2020 after his achievements this year.
The 23-year-old has made great strides this season, particularly in regards to the Grand Slam events. His best-ever run in one of the four premier tournaments had been the third round - at both W read more...

Safin tips Medvedev for the top

Two-time Grand Slam champion Marat Safin is confident fellow Russian Daniil Medvedev can improve to become the world's best player.
Medvedev is currently ranked fifth in the world after a stellar year, which saw him play in nine ATP finals and win four titles. The 23-year-old also reached hi read more...

Bertens targets Slam success

Kiki Bertens hopes she can claim hit top form in the majors and challenge for a maiden Grand Slam title in 2020.
The Dutch star enjoyed her most successful campaign to date this year as she reached a career-high number four in the WTA rankings in May and finished the year as the world number read more...

Wozniacki reveals 2020 retirement plan

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki has shocked the tennis world by announcing she will retire after the 2020 Australian Open.
The 29-year-old says she has decided to walk away from the sport she loves in order to pursue a new challenge, playing down health concerns, and will bring th read more...

Nishikori could skip Australian Open

Kei Nishikori says he may miss the Australian Open as he continues to recover from elbow surgery.
The former world number four, now ranked 13th by the ATP, has been absent since undergoing an operation after his third-round exit at the US Open. Nishikori is optimistic he can enjoy a successf read more...

Kyrgios welcomes ATP Cup chance

Nick Kyrgios is relishing the prospect of trying to help hosts Australia land the inaugural ATP Cup.
The new tournament will take place in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney between January 3 and 12, prior to the Australian Open. Australia have been drawn in Group F and their games in the first stag read more...

Olympic target for Barty

Ashleigh Barty says she hasn't set any specific targets for 2020 but is keen to impress at the Tokyo Olympics.
Barty enjoyed her most successful campaign to date this year, winning a first ever Grand Slam title at the French Open and then rising to the top of the WTA rankings for the first t read more...

Nadal confirmed for Barcelona Open

Rafael Nadal has been confirmed for next year's Barcelona Open and he will be looking to win the title for a record-extending 12th time.
The world number one will once again use the tournament at Real Club de Tenis Barcelona as part of his preparations for the French Open. Nadal has dominate read more...

Ferrer backs Next Gen stars to shine

David Ferrer is tipping the Next Gen stars to come good in 2020 and feels they could challenge for Grand Slam titles.
The men's division has been dominated by the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray over the past decade. However, that quartet are heading into read more...