The Wimbledon championships have been cancelled for the first time since World War Two.
The final division one round-robin ties of the season were played on Saturday as a prelude to next weekend’s club final.
Sky Lovill and Ayesha Horley were crowned Otago Open singles champions at the Edgar Centre over the weekend.
The South Island secondary schools finals tournament in Timaru over the weekend may have left most division 1 interclub teams scrambling to fill their rosters, but the gaps were more than...
Maria Sharapova, the Russian five-time Grand Slam champion who became one of the highest paid sportswomen in the world, has announced the end of her career at the age of 32 .
Southern Lakes lived up to top team billing by winning first place in the Southern open teams event at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin over the weekend.
Three teams go into this weekend’s second and final round of the Southern Open team event in Dunedin with a chance of claiming overall honours.
Roger Federer will miss a number of tournaments, including the French Open, after undergoing surgery on his knee but he is targeting a return for Wimbledon.
In the only division one match to be played at the weekend, Balmacewen proved too strong for Andersons Bay Guthrie, winning the tie 8-1.
Novak Djokovic endured a fierce challenge to his Melbourne Park reign before overhauling Dominic Thiem 6-4 4-6 2-6 6-3 6-4 in a thriller on Sunday to clinch an eighth Australian Open crown and...
Competition leader Balmacewen had its big points lead pegged back on Saturday in an upset loss to second-placed Andersons Bay Rennie.
Sofia Kenin showed grit and combativeness on the way to her maiden Grand Slam title, as the 21-year-old American fought her way back from a set down to beat Spain's Garbine Muguruza in the...
Garbine Muguruza prevailed 7-6(8) 7-5 in a battle of attrition against world number three Simona Halep to reach her first Australian Open final on Thursday.
Sofia Kenin sent world number one Ash Barty spinning out of the Melbourne Park semi-finals 7-6(6) 7-5 on Thursday, crushing Australian hopes of a first home-grown champion at the Grand Slam in 42 years.
Dominic Thiem took another confident step toward a maiden major title by turning the tables on nemesis Rafa Nadal at the Australian Open.