WATCH: Juan Martin del Potro Comforts Injured Opponent In Ultimate Show Of SportsmanshipWithout a second's hesitation, del Potro hopped over the net and was by his opponents side consoling him.
Roger Federer Says He Will Skip French OpenRoger Federer says he won't play in the French Open and instead prepare to play on grass and hard courts later this season.
TCU Tennis Team Serving For A Place In HistoryThe TCU men’s tennis team enters the NCAA Tournament next week ranked #4 in the country.
Dallas Tennis Fans Fire First Volley Against Proposed CutsIt was a social media ‘drop shot’ of sorts: a Facebook post intended to bring Dallas’ tennis community to the net.
Keller Bubble Dome Proposal Bursts After Amendement FailsAfter hours of debate and discussion at Keller Town Hall, council members voted down an amendment that would allow two, large bubble domes on the site of a new tennis complex, "The Birch."
Sharapova Still Proud As Doping Ban EndsMaria Sharapova believes that she triumphed over injustice when she managed to get her doping ban reduced to 15 months last October. The five-time Grand Slam winner plans to return to competition next month.
Federer On "Dream Run" After Indian Wells WinRoger Federer is back. He defeated Stan Wawrinka to win a record-tying fifth BNP Paribas Open title in an all-Swiss final Sunday to go with his record 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in January.
King Sells Majority Interest In World TeamTennisBillie Jean King said Monday that she is selling World TeamTennis, 42 years after the sports icon co-founded the tennis league that features men and women competing together.
US Tennis Apologizes For Nazi-Era Anthem At Fed Cup MatchThe United States Tennis Association has apologized after an outdated version of the German national anthem that later became associated with the Nazi regime was performed before a Fed Cup match in Hawaii.
Serena To Miss WTA Finals With Injured ShoulderSerena Williams will miss the season-ending WTA Finals for the second year in a row, citing a right shoulder injury. Williams said that she is "really bummed" to skip the event, but that her doctor "insists that I stay home and heal."
Sharapova's Doping Ban Cut From 2 Years To 15 Months The highest court in sports has cut Maria Sharapova's two-year doping ban to 15 months.
Wawrinka Stuns Djokovic To Win U.S. Open ChampionshipStan Wawrinka took down top-ranked player and defending champion Novak Djokovic in the U.S. Open final on Sunday night, and is now just a Wimbledon win away from a career Grand Slam.