Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic completed a comfortable 3-0 victory for Switzerland over Great Britain at the Hopman Cup.
Andy Murray will face Australian wildcard James Duckworth in the opening round of the Brisbane International. The match will be seen as a fantastic opportunity for Murray to get a … Continue reading Andy Murray given kind draw in Brisbane
British number one Johanna Konta will start her 2019 season against third seed Sloane Stephens, after the draw for the Brisbane International was made. Konta will be looking to cause … Continue reading Jo Konta to start season against Sloane Stephens
A sensational performance from Cameron Norrie set Great Britain up to claim a shock victory over Greece on the opening day of the Hopman Cup.
We’re back with our predictions of 8 exciting British players to look out for as we embark on another rollercoaster season of tennis!
Greg Howe provides his thoughts on what impact the ITF changes will have on tennis.
In part one of our interview with Greg Howe, we catch up with the recent author as he reflect on his career and explains what happened next.
In 2006, 34 year-old Gregory Howe quit his job as a teacher to pursue a childhood dream of becoming a world-ranked tennis player. His new book details his journey of making his dreams a reality.
Can tennis fans have a role in preventing abuse of tennis players on social media?
Scotland tennis star Maia Lumsden has won her biggest title to date, defeating Valeria Savinykh at the ITF $25k event in Shrewbury.
In April 2018, Ankita Raina became only the fifth Indian singles player to break inside the world’s top 200. Fast-forward four months, and Raina was joined by the sixth member … Continue reading Ankita Raina: Inspiring the next generation of Indian tennis stars
The Brit lost 7-6 6-3 to Romanian Andreea Amalia Rosca in the quarter-finals in Woking.