Wawrinka looking to test the best in 2014
Stanislas Wawrinka has grown in confidence following his tremendous 2013 season and has big ambitions for the upcoming year.
Stanislas Wawrinka was one of the ATP's standout players in 2013, reaching a career-high ranking of No. 8 and qualifying for the end-of-season ATP World Tour Finals. He al...
Stosur hopeful of finding form during Aussie swing
Sam Stosur has made a habit of under-performing during the Australian swing but this time around thinks she might be able to finally meet expectations.
Sam Stosur is one of the fiercest hardcourt players in the WTA, with a vicious kick serve and impressive power from the baseline. Despite the fa...
Live-Tennis exclusive: Ken Skupski on British tennis and his future in the game
Here's the third and final instalment of our interview with Liverpudlian doubles maestro Ken Skupski.
Having already discussed 2013, the upcoming season and the Davis Cup with Ken Skupski, our conversation moves on to Ken's long-term plans. At 30, he's not the youngest player on the tour, but ev...
Federer on playing without a new coach and playing Davis Cup tennis
Roger Federer says he's happy with his coaching setup and that he remains undecided about taking part in the 2014 Davis Cup.
In an interview with his sponsor Credit Suisse, Roger Federer opened up about what it's been like since he split with coach Paul Annacone. The 17-time slam winner insists ...
Venus praises Indian Wells but doesn't express intention to return
Venus Williams told reporters that Indian Wells is a 'great event', but it seems unlikely that she'll be returning to it as a competitor.
Venus and Serena Williams haven't competed at the Indian Wells event, currently known as the BNP Paribas Open, since 2001 when they both claimed to have been ...
Live-Tennis exclusive: Ken Skupski on 2014 ambitions and the Davis Cup
Here's part two of our exclusive interview with British doubles specialist Ken Skupski. This time around we focus on goals for 2014 and the Davis Cup.
The Skupski brothers provided one of many success stories for British tennis in 2013, and ahead of the new season both Ken and Neal are currently...
McEnroe: 'I'd be surprised if Federer won another major'
John McEnroe admits that he'd be surprised to see Roger Federer win another slam, though he expects the Swiss ace to be a contender next season.
John McEnroe was quizzed by reporters this week in London, where he's competing at the Statoil Masters. As is often the case in tennis press conference...
McEnroe: 'Why are we playing professional doubles?'
John McEnroe has been at his controversial best this week, questioning the relevance of doubles tennis in the professional game.
John McEnroe won over 500 doubles matches during his career and even managed to top the world rankings. Even so, when a reporter suggested that Roger Federer could con...
Live-Tennis exclusive: Ken Skupski reflects on 2013 achievements
2013 was a big season for Britain's Skupski brothers, who announced their arrival as a serious force on the doubles scene. We spoke to Ken Skupski to find out his thoughts on the year.
2013 was a terrific year for British tennis at the top level. Andy Murray put an end to decades of Wimbledon wo...