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Roger Federer has won the event in Doha three times in the past with the upcoming edition scheduled from March 8th-13th. Photograph:   Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images

Roger Federer will make his return to the tennis circuit from a double knee surgery at an ATP 250 tournament in Qatar in March, having not played sinc(...)

Rafael Nadal is already concerned about next year’s Australian Open. Photograph:   Hector Vivas/Getty Images

Rafael Nadal believes the 2020 tennis season is “practically lost” due to the coronavirus pandemic. The ATP and WTA tours have already been severely(...)

 Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley believes it will be hard to restart the season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph:   Darrian Traynor/Getty Images

Tennis could lose the remainder of the 2020 season to the coronavirus pandemic, Tennis Australia (TA) chief executive Craig Tiley has said. The tenni(...)

Novak Djokovic  at the AccorHotels Arena ahead of the  Paris Masters. Photograph:  Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

Ranked number 22 in June, Novak Djokovic has an excellent chance to be back at number one by November. No man has made it to the top from so far back (...)

Andy Murray after winning the men’s singles final against Serbia’s Novak Djokovic at the  ATP World Tour Finals in London. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

Tennis fans wanting to watch Andy Murray and Roger Federer on a regular basis through the season will have to pick up an Amazon subscription, after t(...)

Denmark’s largest pension fund  said earlier this week it was shortening interest rate guarantees to savers amid a lack of liquid assets with maturities of 30 years and longer. Policy holders will now have the rates paid on their savings guaranteed for 15 years at a time, versus lifelong guarantees. ATP said the change will also help protect pensioners’ purchasing power.

Denmark’s biggest pension fund, ATP, says a perfect storm of forces including tighter regulation led it to abandon its reliance on the longest-dated b(...)