Schedule Announced For World Team Tennis' New York EmpireThe New York Empire will face the five-time defending champion Washington Kastles for their World Team Tennis debut at the historic West Side Tennis Club.
BNP Paribas Open Director Slams WTA: Female Players 'Ride On The Coattails Of The Men'Raymond Moore opened his mouth and instantly created a firestorm on the WTA Tour.
Tag Heuer, Porsche Join Nike In Taking Step Back From SharapovaThree of Maria Sharapova's major sponsors are cutting ties with the Russian tennis star after she acknowledged failing a doping test at the Australian Open.
Maria Sharapova Announces She Failed Drug Test At Australian OpenThe 28-year-old Russian said she tested positive for meldonium, which she said she has been taking for 10 years for numerous health issues.
Tennis Historian, Journalist Bud Collins Dies At 86Bud Collins, the tennis historian and American voice of the sport in print and on TV for decades, has died. He was 86.
Schwartz: Tennis Set To Return To Iconic Forest Hills StadiumWorld Team Tennis announced this week that the New York Empire will debut this summer and will play its home matches at Forest Hills Stadium.
Djokovic Ties Emerson With 6th Australian Open Singles CrownNovak Djokovic was still walking around Melbourne Park with his trophy, celebrating his record sixth Australian title, when five-time runner-up Andy Murray was heading for the airport in a rush to reunite with his pregnant wife.
No. 7 Kerber Stuns Serena In Australian Open FinalFor the second time in as many majors, Serena Williams fell short of equaling Steffi Graf's Open-era record of 22 Grand Slam singles titles.
Murray Tops Raonic In 5, To Meet Djokovic In Australian Open FinalAndy Murray entered the Australian Open expecting to become a champion before becoming a dad. He's given himself a shot.
Djokovic, Williams Dominant In Australian Open Semifinal WinsNovak Djokovic called it the best he has ever played against old foe Roger Federer. Serena Williams was just being her dominant self.
Murray Advances To Semifinals On Distracting Day At Australian OpenAndy Murray and a much lesser-known British player, Johanna Konta, advanced to the Australian Open semifinals Wednesday, when the action on court had to compete with news about the integrity of the sport.
Chatelain: Tennis’ Match-Fixing Scandal Has Echoes Of Baseball, SteroidsPractically everyone in the sport is now under suspicion -- just like every Major League Baseball player who could hit a ball over a fence with some regularity in the late '90s or early 2000s was a suspected juicer.

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