One of New Zealand’s most promising young players has been signed to play in next month’s Otago Indoor Open.
Twenty-three times major champion Serena Williams has suffered the worst loss of her career, beaten 6-1 6-0 by Britain's Johanna Konta in the first round of the Silicon Valley Classic.
With no end in sight to his Wimbledon semifinal, American John Isner sat slumped in his chair deep into the fifth set and pleadingly looked up at umpire Marija Cicak with a request: ‘‘Can we play a...
After two years of turbulence, Novak Djokovic is flying high in clear blue skies again after winning a fourth Wimbledon title he believes can act as a springboard to a glorious new chapter in his career.
Novak Djokovic reached his fifth final as he resisted everything great rival Rafael Nadal could throw at him in a two-day classic at Wimbledon.
Angelique Kerber ripped up the script to spoil Serena Williams' remarkable comeback and claim victory in the women's Wimbledon final.
Novak Djokovic clawed his way to a two sets to one lead over great rival Rafael Nadal before their scintillating Wimbledon semi-final was paused on a knife-edge.
South Africa's Kevin Anderson has beaten America's John Isner in the the longest ever singles semi-final at Wimbledon, a six-hour-and-36-minute epic.
A men's doubles match at Wimbledon involving the Spanish pairing of Fernando Verdasco and David Marrero is being investigated for match-fixing.
Serena Williams has demonstrated that having a baby had not robbed her of any of her phenomenal tennis skills.
It was a case of down but definitely not out as a Rafael Nadal kept picking himself off a slippery and dusty centre court surface.
Michael Venus said he was able to draw upon his experience at winning last year's French Open when he played on Centre Court on Wimbledon today.
For 35 minutes on Centre Court Serena Williams was knocked off her stride by a feisty Italian who looked as though she had ripped a page from the American's tennis manual.
It was a long day, but also a successful one for the New Zealand players in the gentlemen's doubles at Wimbledon as Michael Venus, Artem Sitak and Queenstown player Ben McLachlan all advanced into the quarterfinals.