Murray convinced of IPTL's potential
Andy Murray is convinced that the International Premier Tennis League could prove to be a viable and popular competition.
Murray, who was drafted to the Bangkok team on Sunday, believes that the IPTL could prove to be a popular event. Whilst many big names within the game have expressed their do...
Li chooses quest for No. 1 over IPTL commitment
Na Li has elaborated on her decision not to compete in the International Premier Tennis League, insisting that her main priority is to challenge for the top spot in the WTA rankings.
Speaking at a press conference in Hong Kong the recently crowned Australian Open champion explained why she's not...
Lendl expecting Murray to return to top form during clay swing
Ivan Lendl thinks that Andy Murray will need time to build confidence following his return from injury, and thinks he can return to form during the clay swing.
Lendl believes that confidence will be the key for Murray, who hasn't been at his best since returning from back surgery this season. Th...
Federer says top players are 'almost too nice to each other'
Roger Federer believes that the top players in the ATP are perhaps a little bit too nice to each other.
Speaking in an interview with Australia's GQ, Federer called on the game's top players to "go after each other" and admitted that he has doubts about how much he'll stay in touch with his riva...
Pat Cash calls for more sledging in tennis
Whilst he's not in favour of swearing or insults, Pat Cash believes the tennis would be more entertaining if the players engaged in more on-court mind-games.
Cash thinks it would be entertaining to see more players adopt an approach similar to Australian cricketer Steve Waugh, who used to try gr...
Agassi admits that time constraints could affect his IPTL participation
Andre Agassi has admitted that he might not be able to commit himself to playing every match for his team in this year's International Premier Tennis League.
Agassi was drafted for Singapore on Sunday at the player draft in Dubai and is set to line-up alongside Serena Williams and Tomas Berdych,...
Federer explains decision to opt out of IPTL
Roger Federer's name was not on the players list for this year's inaugural International Premier Tennis League.
The IPTL has attracted some marquee names for its maiden year, including the likes of Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Victoria Azarenka, Pete Sampras and An...
Tiriac questions Becker's coaching credentials
Ion Tiriac has expressed doubts about the ability of Boris Becker to raise the game of World No. 2 Novak Djokovic.
Tiriac is a former manager and coach of Becker, though he seems unconvinced about the German's ability to teach Djokovic anything that he doesn't know already. However, speaking to ...
Photos: Serena Williams attends Oscar parties
World no. 1 Serena Williams attended pre- and post-Oscar parties over the weekend ahead of her next scheduled tournament, the Sony Open, which begins 18 March.
Williams, who was last on court in the semifinals of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships when she lost to Alize Cornet, attended the 2...