Li Na, Kafelnikov, Pierce to be inducted into Hall of Fame

are the three legends that will be inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame on 20th of July 2019. All of them won two Grand Slam titles each, one at the Australian Open and the other at the French Open. Li Na is the first player coming from Asia to receive this recognition. Through aRead moreRead more

Maria Sharapova may have to choose other playing options for the new season

I know with this I face consequences and I dont want to end my career this way…, Maria Sharapova had said in her speech at a Los Angeles hotel meeting room in 2016 concerning her failed drug test. It has been three years this month that everyone was shocked on the revelation, but ending herRead moreRead more

Leo Borg has a big heart for tennis, says father Bjorn

In an interview to Afton Bladet, the 11-time Grand Slam winner commented on his son Leos passion for tennis. is 15 years old and he hopes to have a future in professional tennis. Leo has a big heart, he thinks tennis is important and he loves what he does, said Bjorn, who feels confident aboutRead moreRead more

Novak Djokovic can really achieve the Calendar Grand Slam – Mats Wilander

The seven-time Grand Slam winner thinks that can achieve the Calendar Grand Slam in 2019 by winning the Australian Open, which he already did, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. Djokovic will try to triumph for the second time in Paris in June where Nadal won 11 titles. I believe he has the game andRead moreRead more

Garbine Muguruza and Caroline Garcia are the Top Seeds in Thailand Open

Tennis – Former World No. 1 , of Spain, is the top seed at this weeks Toyota Thailand Open in Hua Hin, followed by Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia, Taipeis Su-Wei Hsieh and Chinas Saisai Zhang. This is the first WTA Tour level event in Thailand in four years. Muguruza will play the former Wimbledon finalist SabineRead moreRead more

Bernard Tomic withdraws from Dallas Challenger

Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic be returning to the Dallas Challenger after an eight-year absence as he has withdrawn from the American Challenger event. The Dallas Challenger is due to take place from February 04-10. In his lone appearance at the Dallas Challenger — which came in 2011 — the 26-year-old was forced to retireRead moreRead more

Love and passion for tennis made me get back to the top,says Novak Djokovic

In a press conference at the Australian Open after his win over Kei Nishikori, commented on his comeback to the highest level. The Serb believes that his commitment and dedication were the keys to give himself a shot to play for the biggest trophies again. I think it always has to start or go backRead moreRead more

I would have never expected Serena Williams losing, says John McEnroe

In an interview to Nine, the seven-time Grand Slam winner admitted he was surprised with seeing losing in three sets to Karolina Pliskova at the Australian Open. Serena came back from being a set and a break down. 6-4 3-2 down I just thought it was maybe not her day, at 37 sometimes you wakeRead moreRead more

Russia can win the Davis Cup title, says Roger Federer's coach

The Swiss Davis Cup team captain feels confident ahead of the tie against Russia on Friday and Saturday. Speaking to reporters, Luthi, who has been coach since 2008, said: Russia can even win the title. They have very good and young players, two of them (Khachanov and Medvedev) are in the top 20. Obviously weRead moreRead more

Maria Sharapova got a heavy doping ban, claims Sam Smith

Channel Nine commentator believes that should have not been given a 15-month doping ban. The Russian player stopped competing in a very important moment of her career, as she took Meldonium. It was an emotional reaction not based on the facts, Smith said ahead of the Sharapovas three-set loss to Ashleigh Barty on Sunday. TheRead moreRead more