Hutchins aiming high for 2014
Britain's Ross Hutchins has his sights set on qualifying for the ATP World Tour Finals in 2014.
Hutchins was training in La Manga in January when he was first diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma, which he's since overcome. He's now back at the resort and preparing for the Brisbane International wi...
Nastase: Murray will be a threat at Australian Open
Regardless of his recent back surgery, Andy Murray could be a major threat at the Australian Open according to Ilie Nastase.
Murray reached the final of last year's Australian Open, where he fell in four sets to Novak Djokovic. The Brit has now competed in three of the last four Melbourne finals...
Cash: Strong support team could take Tomic to the top of the sport
Pat Cash believes Bernard Tomic can be one of the ATP's star players if he builds a solid coaching and support team.
Cash, a former Wimbledon champion, feels that his young compatriot has the ability to achieve big things. Even so, for Tomic to succeed at the highest level, Cash feels that a str...
Nastase: Tennis has become less entertaining
Ilie Nastase thinks that the professionalism in tennis has made it impossible for players to entertain the fans like he used to.
Tennis is arguably in the middle of a golden era, with the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray lighting up the ATP. However, the men's...
Djokovic criticises Federer's performance as ATP Players' Council president
Novak Djokovic has criticised Roger Federer for his unwillingness to listen to the demands of fellow players.
Roger Federer has been the president of the ATP Players' council since 2008, and whilst many feel that he's done a superb job, with prize money for players escalating at ATP level, he's ...
Ross Hutchins: Murray's Wimbledon success was highlight of the year
Ross Hutchins successfully overcame Hodgkin's Lymphoma this year, yet he thinks Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph meant more.
Hutchins, who will return to the ATP World Tour in 2014, has most certainly been through an emotional and life changing year. Regardless, he told the Daily Record that the ...
Federer: I'm hungry for success
Roger Federer is aiming for a big fortnight at the 2014 Australian Open, and it looks like his dedication and will to win haven't waned in the slightest.
Roger Federer is being written off by some critics for the 2014 majors, but it looks like the 17-time slam winner is still confident in his ab...
Rosset: Tennis is less interesting now
Former World No. 9 Marc Rosset feels that there's currently a lack of variety in men's tennis and says he's worried about the state of the game.
Switzerland's Marc Rosset, whose big serve was feared by many throughout the 1990s, expressed his concerns about men's tennis to his home nation's Tenn...
Soares on McEnroe's doubles remarks: 'I'd love to see him return Verdasco's forehand'
Doubles expert Bruno Soares disagrees with John McEnroe's suggestion that the ATP tour should forget about doubles.
John McEnroe caused a minor stir earlier this month when he asked the question, "Doubles—why are we even playing it?" He also questioned the quality of the world's best doubles pla...