Interview with Martina Hingis: The five-time slam winner discusses doublesby Ian Horne, 1 July 2014
1997 champ Martina Hingis is returned to the Wimbledon lawns last week. We asked her about her decision to return to the tour as a doubles player.
Milos Raonic on learning to adjust to grass court tennis - Interviewby Ian Horne, 19 June 2014
Milos Raonic feels he can improve his grass court game if he gets a few matches under his belt at Wimbledon 2014.
Dominic Thiem talks about his charge towards the top 50 - Interviewby Ian Horne, 18 June 2014
Dominic Thiem is one of the most exciting young players on the ATP World Tour. Here's what he said about his recent success and ambitions for the rest of the season.
Ana Invanovic talks about decision to split with Nigel Sears and the difference it has made to herby Ros Satar, 15 June 2014
Less than a year after splitting with British coach Nigel Sears, the change in Ana Ivanovic has been noticeable and she explains why
Photos: Rafael Nadal v Novak Djokovic - The greatest rivalry in men's tennis?by Hannah Wilks, 29 March 2014
Before Nadal and Djokovic do battle for the 42nd time in the French Open final, we look back at how this rivalry between the two best players in men's tennis developed.
Dom Inglot interview: Inglot reflects on Davis Cup debutby Ian Horne, 2 March 2014
Of all of the ties to make your Davis Cup debut in, none could possibly
rival Great Britain versus the United States in terms of history.
Photos - Two amazing years in the life of Andy Murray - BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2013by Ros Satar, 16 December 2013
There can be no doubt that Andy Murray gained the nation's hearts as he swept to a landslide victory at the annual BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
Roger Federer set to honour legend Rod Laver at charity eventby Ros Satar, 14 December 2013
Federer and Rod Laver have enjoyed many emotional moments during Federer’s career
and there is an opportunity for Federer to honour a player he admires greatly.
Rocket Rod Laver - the man behind the legendby Alyssia Varricchio , 12 December 2013
He is arguably the greatest player of all time, and the moderns greats revere him - we take a look at the career of Rod Laver.
We changed tennis - How Serena and Venus changed the women's gameby Alyssia Varricchio , 12 December 2013
The Williams sisters took the tennis world by storm and they show no signs of stopping in 2014.
What we can expect from the ATP and WTA Newcomers of the year 2013by Alyssia Varricchio , 11 December 2013
Jiri Vesely and Eugenie Bouchard walked off with awards at the end of 2013 and we take a look at the the future might hold for these promising stars.
Victoria Azarenka Twerkingby Live Tennis Staff, 24 September 2013
Victoria Azarenka was working hard in the gym preparing for the upcoming Asian swing. With the aid of a little machinery, Azarenka posted this Miley Cyrus-inspired ‘twerk’ video
Andy Roddick Boogieingby Live Tennis Staff, 24 September 2013
Tennis players like to dance.
Was Marin Cilic's ban for a doping violation fair?by Michael Hale, 21 September 2013
In the age of Lance Armstrong, unintentionally ingesting nikethamide through a glucose tablet might seem a pretty minor doping violation but, with the reputation of tennis at stake, perhaps Marin Cilic should have been banned for longer.
Rafael Nadal on course for one of the great seasons in tennis historyby Michael Hale, 19 September 2013
Since returning from injury Rafael Nadal has been in the form of his life. Here's a look at what the Spaniard has achieved already in 2013 and whether he can maintain his superb form to match the best tennis seasons in history.