Novak Djokovic is truly playing in a league of his own right now, but he's not the only player trending up after another competitive week of tennis.
Spaniard says the world No.1's incredible run of form must come to an end - and it could be at Roland Garros.
Fifth-seeded Guillermo Garcia-Lopez lost only five service points in beating qualifier Lorenzo Giustino 6-2, 6-0 Tuesday at the Nastase Tiriac Trophy.
It may seem like Serena Williams never loses, but it's not quite true. Serena has compiled a 138-10 record since February 2013 while holding down the No. 1 spot for 113 consecutive weeks. We look back at the eight players responsible for those 10 losses.
Britain has chosen to play its Davis Cup quarterfinal series against France on grass at the Queen's Club.
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Russia reached the Fed Cup final Sunday, sealing victory at home over Germany in the last doubles rubber, and will face the Czech Republic in November.
The idea to go to a neutral final venue is among several proposed changes to the Davis Cup, along with fifth-set tiebreakers to prevent marathon matches.
At this rate, Novak Djokovic is going to break record after record, but the question is: How much longer can the world No. 1 keep up this torrid pace?
The Canadian declines to shake Alexandra Dulgheru's hand prior to their Fed Cup match. You can probably guess what happened next.
Sixth seed Viktor Troicki was knocked out of the Nastase Tiriac Trophy on Monday, losing to Spain's Daniel Gimeno-Traver on the first day of the tournament.
Brazil's Teliana Pereira won the Claro Open Colsanitas on Sunday to become the WTA Tour's first Brazilian winner in 27 years, beating fifth-seeded Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan 7-6 (2), 6-1.
Rafael Nadal will begin his Wimbledon preparations at the Mercedes Cup in June as the Stuttgart tournament makes the switch from clay to grass courts.
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Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic won the sportsman of the year prize at the Laureus Sports Awards on Wednesday, while Germany's World Cup-winning squad received the best team award.
Eugenie Bouchard said it herself: In order to snap out of her yearlong funk, she needs to take step back and question everything she's doing.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame says that Thelma Coyne Long, an Australian who won 19 Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles or mixed doubles, has died. She was 96.
Venus Williams has withdrawn from the United States team for this weekend's Fed Cup playoff in Italy because of a personal matter. The USTA says Williams will be replaced by Lauren Davis.
Between Andy Murray's ever-evolving coaching situation to thrilling titles by Jack Sock and Sania Mirza, it was a fun weekend of tennis.
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The French Open has raised the stakes, increasing the prize pool by more than $3 million to $29.5 million this year.
Second-seeded Martin Klizan defeated Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6-2, 6-2 in the final of the Grand Prix Hassan II on Sunday to claim his third ATP tour title.
Andy Murray and Kim Sears said their vows in front of family and friends during a ceremony at Dunblane Cathedral in Scotland.
Top-seeded Kei Nishikori began the defense of his Barcelona Open title with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Teymuraz Gabashvili of Russia on Tuesday.
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17 year old Rublev listed 6'2 144 pounds in few years when he gets stronger going to hit ball alot bigger,reminds a bit of machine Davydenko