Here are this week’s top stories in tennis
New rivalries needed to lift the profile of WTA Tour stars.
Is Carlos Alcaraz now the man to beat?
Love on Centre Court in 2023’s Championships…
Friends to Althea Gibson, BBC commentator and prominent teacher guessed Anti-Semitism; the AELTC never said.
During the tournament, even the shops compete for best in show…
25 things you didn’t know about the world’s oldest slam.
It’s the team-member you’ll see in almost every pro-players’ entourage, here’s why…
The British eyewear brand serving up the perfect centre court shades…
It is the showdown the tennis world has been waiting for and now we will get the Carlos Alcaraz vs Novak Djokovic clash that will settle so many debates. World No.1 Alcaraz and 22-time Grand Slam champion Djokovic will meet in the French Open semi-finals on Friday for a contest that will bring the tennis world to a standstill.
The courageous stand that forever transformed women’s sports.
William Ndukwu came to England to conquer tennis, his daughter Alisha now carries the torch.
A certain spicy new racquet sport takes America by storm, while Europe grapples with glass cages and a fast bat.
Exploring iconic fashion moments and the evolution of on-court style.
Jenny Tschiesche BSc (Hons) Dip (ION) FdSc BANT, top London nutritionists on how to gain peak performance, stamina, and agility through diet.
Hear about the watch providing players with invaluable insights into their game, with features tailored to capture and interpret a range of crucial metrics.
Marcus Willis sits down with Adrian Brune of the All Court Tennis Club to discuss his return to tennis and what it’s like to play Federer.
If getting a message across to your players is a skill then the All Court Tennis Club’s Miami Ambassador Frederico Goncalves is a master of his craft. Here, the Portugal-bred, Miami-based coach gives us a run-down on how to take some simple steps towards improving your game.
Eat your heart out USTA. The leagues and the associations of the United States Tennis Association have nothing on the 197 racquet clubs located either in, or a quick bicycle ride from, the Mitte (Middle) district of Berlin.
With the clay season rapidly approaching, many of us are gearing up to bring our hard-earned skills to competitive match-play, while the best in the game prepare to do the same.
Pickleball is like tennis and ping pong had a baby, but that baby grew up to be the cool kid in school. So cool that it’s actually being referred to as the ‘fastest growing sport in the world.’
With over 600k followers on Instagram, Functional Tennis is one of the sport’s biggest social media accounts out there, yet the man behind the success story is rarely in front of the cameras.
Madrid is the host city of one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments – the Mutua Madrid Open, which takes place at the beginning of May at Caja Magica.