Federer says younger players not as talented

Roger Federer says the younger generation of tennis stars do not have the same talent as he, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic.
Between the three of them, they have won all Grand Slam events in the last three years and gained a colossal 54 Slam titles combined. Their dominance shows no sign of read more...

Murray picked ‘good stuff’ from Sandgren defeat

Andy Murray picked the positives from his straight-sets defeat to Tennys Sandgren in the first round of the Winston-Salem Open.
The 32-year-old former world number one is attempting to resurrect his singles career having undergone major hip surgery at the turn of the year. And, having lost i read more...

Murray not setting targets

Andy Murray says he isn't set any targets as he continues his return to singles action at the Winston-Salem Open.
The Brit was back on the singles court last week but his first match since undergoing hip surgery in January didn't go to plan. Murray was handed a tough draw upon his return to read more...

Keys builds up to New York with big title win

Madison Keys says the biggest title of her career at the Western & Southern Open final on Sunday was a

building rock
for the US Open.
The 24-year-old overcame two-time Grand Slam winner Svetlana Kuznetsova in straight sets to record her second tournament win of t read more...

Gasquet surprised by longevity

French tennis star Richard Gasquet says he would like to carry on playing for another two or three years at least.
The 33-year-old reached the semi-finals of the Cincinnati Masters this weekend before being knocked out by Belgian 16 seed David Goffin. The former Wimbledon semi-finalist is cu read more...

Medvedev downs Djokovic in Ohio

Daniil Medvedev produced a stirring comeback to defeat Novak Djokovic and reach the Western & Southern Open final.
Russian star Medvedev lost the opening set 6-3 but managed to rally from the early setback to win the next two sets by the same scoreline, booking his place in the final of read more...

Murray hoping to build momentum

Andy Murray wants to build some momentum on the singles court and hopes to find some form at the Winston-Salem Open.
The Scot takes on American Tennys Sandgren at the ATP event in North Carolina after exiting the doubles at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. He played alongside F read more...

Osaka’s US Open involvement in doubt

World number one Naomi Osaka's entry to the US Open is in doubt after a knee injury forced her retirement at the Cincinnati Masters.
The 21-year-old trailed American Sofia Kenin 6-4 1-6 2-0 in their Cincinnati Masters quarter-final tie before a knee injury brought an end to her participation read more...

Murray opts out of US Open doubles

Andy Murray has decided not to play in the doubles at the US Open later this month in order to focus on his singles comeback The former world number one, alongside Feliciano Lopez, is currently in the midst of what will likely be his final doubles campaign for the foreseeable future at the Cinc read more...

Federer accepts Cincinati defeat

Roger Federer was full of praise for Andrey Rublev after the Russian qualifier knocked the seven-time champion out of the Cincinnati Masters.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion, who was ranked third for the competition this week, suffered a 6-3 6-4 in just over an hour against the talented 21-y read more...