Barty reveals why she walked away from tennis

World number one Ash Barty has revealed she got “twisted” and lost connection with her family in the first part of her career and quit tennis to be with the people who loved her. Barty, the 2019 French Open champion, walked away from a promising tennis career, which included wining the junior Wimbledon title, in
Complete Reading

Andy and Jamie Murray jet off to New York for the US Open

Andy and Jamie Murray lead British contingent for the US Open by jetting off to New York and a first stop of a private court in Connecticut Jamie Murray has filmed himself teasing sibling Andy after they boarded a plane The doubles ace revealed his brother had forgotten a couple of travel essentials The pair
Complete Reading

Serena Williams excited for ‘tough match’ with sister Venus at Lexington Open

Serena Williams is excited to face sister Venus in the Lexington Open second round and feels the “tough match” will provide the perfect preparation for the US Open which starts on 31 August. The 23-time grand slam champion made a winning return to the WTA tour on Tuesday but needed three sets to get past
Complete Reading

Serena and Venus win, now they’ll play each other for the 31st time

Lexington: Serena Williams was calm in a return more dramatic than some might have expected even after a long lay-off. Williams needed to rally to win in her comeback following a six-month lay-off, beating unseeded American Bernarda Pera 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in Tuesday's first round of the Top Seed Open. Serena Williams won upon her
Complete Reading

Rusedski advises Jo Konta to follow Rafael Nadal's lead to regain confidence

Greg Rusedski believes Johanna Konta should be more open, like Rafael Nadal, in order to escape her confidence slump. Konta, the British No. 1, suffered with heart palpitations on what was her return to WTA Tour action on Monday as she went down 6-4 6-4 to Marie Bouzkova. Early in the first set she required
Complete Reading

Johanna Konta treated for heart palpitations during Lexington Open defeat

Third seed Johanna Konta needed medical help just 10 minutes into her return to action on her way to defeat to Marie Bouzkova at the Lexington Open in Kentucky. Having held serve in the first game, the British world No.15 halted proceedings two points into the second. Hunched over her racket, Konta appeared to be
Complete Reading

Serena Williams says she is planning to play at US Open despite other stars foregoing the chance due to COVID-19 concerns

Serena Williams said Saturday she is pressing ahead with plans to play in the US Open despite a wave of player withdrawals from the upcoming Grand Slam event over coronavirus fears. The 23-time Slam winner returns to tennis next week at the inaugural Top Seed Open WTA event in Lexington, Kentucky, relaunching her season after
Complete Reading

Andy Murray earns wildcard to US Open

Andy Murray set for first Grand Slam appearance since nearly retiring at Australian Open in 2019 after receiving wildcard to US Open US Open have handed a wildcard entry to former World No 1 Andy Murray Murray could be set for first Grand Slam appearance since January 2019 He talked of retiring at Australian Open last
Complete Reading

Nick Kyrgios appears to rule out French Open appearance

‘It’s a very slim chance I’ll play in Europe’: Nick Kyrgios appears to rule himself out of the rearranged French Open as he vows to ‘act responsibly’ amid the coronavirus pandemic Australia’s Nick Kyrgios says that he is unlikely to play at this year’s French Open Kyrgios is wary of taking part in any tournament
Complete Reading

Nick Kyrgios says ‘slim to no chance’ he plays French Open after US Open withdrawal

Australia’s Nick Kyrgios said on Thursday he is unlikely to play at the French Open due to concerns about coronavirus. Kyrgios, who on Sunday announced his withdrawal from the US Open, told Australian television he planned to wait until it was safer to return to the tour. “It’s a very slim chance I’ll play in
Complete Reading

Create Account



Log In Your Account