Nadal earns $10million for South American exhibitions
It has been reported that Rafael Nadal made about $10million for his participation in the recent series of South American exhibition matches.
Imagine being paid roughly $10million for a week's work. For almost all of us, such a proposition seems preposterous. Fantastic, yes, but completely impla...
Federer: 2013 criticisms weren't justified
Roger Federer feels that the criticisms aimed at him relating to his 2013 season are unjustified.
The tennis world has gotten used to a certain level of excellence from Roger Federer, so as he's just finished a season as the World No. 6, having failed to reach the final of any of the majors, it ...
Gasquet explains decision to team up with Bruguera
Richard Gasquet thinks the addition of Sergi Bruguera to his coaching team will serve him well in 2014.
Richard Gasquet enjoyed a terrific 2013 season, culminating in an appearance at the ATP World Tour Finals and a top ten finish. However, in the midst of the season-ending tournament his coach ...
Djokovic: ATP needs to take more notice of player interests
Novak Djokovic believes that the ATP needs to take into account the interests of its players rather than its tournaments.
Novak Djokovic has been outspoken this season and he's once again vented his disapproval of tennis's regulatory bodies. Earlier in the year Djokovic was vocal in his criticis...
Federer: 2013 'was an interesting season'
Roger Federer didn't have everything his own way in 2013 but thinks that the experience he gained from the season could be useful.
Roger Federer finished the year as the World No. 6, and many pundits and fans are convinced that 2013 marked the end of the Swiss legend's reign as one of the elite ...
Federer testing new racquet heads for 2014
Roger Federer is testing out new racquet heads and appears to be confident about the upcoming tennis season.
Speaking in an interview with sponsor Credit Suisse Bank, Roger Federer revealed that he's started experimenting with larger racquet frames again. Federer initially experimented with larg...
Lleyton Hewitt wins 2013 Newcombe medal
Former World Number 1 Lleyton Hewitt was recognised as Australia’s most outstanding player in 2013 when he won Australian tennis’s highest honour, the Newcombe medal on Monday night.
The dual Grand Slam Champion was rewarded for his incredible season at a gala awards ceremony held at Crown’s pal...
Melanie South announces retirement from professional tennis
Following in the footsteps of Elena Baltacha, Britain's Melanie South has announced her retirement from professional tennis.
Melanie South has announced her retirement from professional tennis at the age of 27. The Brit, who reached a career-high world ranking of No. 99, has made the decision in...
Tipsarevic signs up for Kooyong Classic
Former World Number 8 Janko Tipsarevic has rounded out the field for next month’s Aami Classic in Kooyong.
Tipsarevic confirmed he would return to the Australian Open warm-up event in 2014 on Monday.
"Kooyong is a fantastic place to prepare for the Australian Open and I'm looking forward to pl...