Blogs & Opinion
Tim Clement assesses Andy Murray's chances of defending his Miami Masters title and offers tips.
Our man Down Under reflects on Murray's loss, a magnificent Melbourne and some woeful predictions.
A resurgent Roger Federer will look to halt Rafael Nadal in his prime when the pair meet again in Melbourne.
Tim Clement, at the Australian Open, assesses the impact the 'super coaches' are likely to have on the men's game.
Our man at Melbourne Park looks at the remarkable rise of Australian Open semi-finalist Eugenie Bouchard
Our man at the Australian Open reflects on a week of record temperatures, fainting players and strange hunting analogies
Our man at Melbourne Park believes positivity will be flowing through Andy Murray ahead of his second round match
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John Isner had to save two match points before finally seeing off the challenge of Robby Ginepri at the Atlanta Open.
Juan Martin del Potro has returned to the practice court, four months after undergoing wrist surgery.
Amelie Mauresmo is expected to remain as Andy Murray's coach going into the north American hard-court season.
Top seed Fabio Fognini marched into the quarter-finals of the Croatia Open by beating Albert Montanes in Umag.
Stefanie Voegele served up a second round shock as she dumped top seed Sorana Cirstea out of the Baku Cup.
Chocolate and Roger Federer - everything that is great about picturesque Switzerland. Throw in Olympic skiing gold medalist Lindsey Vonn and you get the ultimate challenge.
With the US Open just around the corner, it is time for Stan Wawrinka to have another run.
It's been another eventful week across the world of sport, but again it showed that for every smiling winner there's a disheartened loser.