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  • Wozniacki: It Sucks 19. Februar 2019
    Former No. 1 has simple reaction to slow start. A viral illness knocked Caroline Wozniacki out of Doha and Dubai. The 14th-ranked Dane had a simple reaction to her slow start this season: it sucks. More: Mladenovic Topples Osaka "Yeah, it sucks, if we're being honest," Wozniacki told the media in Dubai after her withdrawal […]
  • Top 5 Players Who Have Yet to Reach a Major QF 19. Februar 2019
    In tennis, titles are important, but players are really judged by what they do at the Slams. That’s why today on Tennis Now TV, we’re going to give you the five best players who have yet to reach a major quarterfinal. Are you ready? Let’s do it!
  • Tiafoe: I Want Fans To Feel It 19. Februar 2019
    Delray Beach champion has a fan-friendly aim. Frances Tiafoe played crowd-pleasing tennis in his inspired run to the Australian Open quarterfinals. The 21-year-old Tiafoe launches his Delray Beach title defense this week with two primary aims: keep winning and try to make tennis a more fan-friendly sport. More: Mladenovic Topples Osaka Tiafoe, who opens against […]
  • Brayden Schnur Breaks Down in Tears During Heartfelt Runner-Up Speech at New York Open 19. Februar 2019
    The 23-year-old Canadian had has best week ever on the ATP tour. Canada’s Brayden Schnur had never won a match at the ATP level prior to last week. But the 23-year-old former NCAA standout took his game to the next level by rolling all the way to the title match at the New York Open, […]
  • Rankings Report: Career-High Rankings for Medvedev and Cecchinato; Wawrinka and Opelka Surge 19. Februar 2019
    Stan Wawrinka surged 27 spots in the rankings after reaching his first ATP final since 2017 at Rotterdam. Daniil Medvedev and Marco Cecchinato reached career-high rankings on Monday, at No.15 and No.17 in the world respectively, while Gael Monfils climbed 10 spots to No.23 after winning his 8th career title at Rotterdam. Wouldn't be a […]
  • Stars Celebrate Valentine’s Day 18. Februar 2019
    In this week's news, here’s how some of our favorite stars share the love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Nadal, Thiem Headline Rafa & Friends Exhibition 18. Februar 2019
    Rafael Nadal will headline a Tie Break Tens at Indian Wells on March 5th. Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem will stage a Roland Garros final rematch in the desert—and local charities will benefit. World No. 2 Nadal headlines “Rafa & Friends” in the first-ever Eisenhower Cup presented by Masimo—a one-night Tie Break Tens event scheduled […]
  • Osaka Wins Laureus Breakthrough Award 18. Februar 2019
    World No. 1 honored by Laureus. Naomi Osaka continues to rack up titles even on days she's not playing. The world No. 1 earned Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year honors at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco today. The two-time Grand Slam champion beat out fellow nominees Ana Carrasco (motor cycling), Sofia Goffia […]
  • Becker: Rafa, Novak Can Surpass Roger's Record 18. Februar 2019
    Hall of Famer: GOAT debate is fluid. Boris Becker coached Novak Djokovic and asserts the world No. 1 can break Roger Federer's record of 20 Grand Slam titles—though Becker believes 17-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal can also surpass the Swiss. Former No. 1 Becker says Federer is capable of adding to his Grand Slam […]
  • Kvitova: Fresh Perspective 18. Februar 2019
    Australian Open finalist no longer sweats the small stuff. Petra Kvitova confesses she has a fresh perspective on the sport, while conceding her surgically-repaired left hand will never be 100 percent again. Meeting the media in Dubai, the Australian Open finalist said her successful comeback from a stabbing during a horrific home invasion—and recently testifying […]