Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark celebrates winning her second round match against Jana Fett of Croatia on day three of the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne Park. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Caroline Wozniacki credited her competitive family for the fighting spirit that helped her recover from a seemingly impossible position against Jana F(...)

Caroline Wozniaki of Denmark serves during her singles final match against Germany’s Julia Goerges  at the WTA Auckland Classic tennis tournament in Auckland on January 7th, 2018. Photograph: Michael Bradley/AFP/Getty

World number 14 Julia Goerges won her third successive tournament as she blasted her way to a 6-4 7-6(4/7) victory over Caroline Wozniacki to seal the(...)

Belgium’s David Goffin of Belgium serves to Australia’s Thanasi Kokkinakis on day five of the 2018 Hopman Cup in Perth. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Novak Djokovic is finally set to return to action next week after six months out with an elbow injury and will then decide whether to take part in the(...)

Maria Sharapova  congratulates Anastasija Sevastova after she was knocked out of the US Open by the 16th seed. Photograph: John G. Mabanglo/EPA

For four matches in a row at this US Open a player ranked 146 in the world has appeared exclusively on the main court, Arthur Ashe, while lamely prote(...)

Maria Sharapova celebrates beating Sofia Kenin to reach the last-16 of the US Open. Photograph: Don Emmert/AFP

Maria Sharapova fought off the challenge of American teenager Sofia Kenin to reach the fourth round of the US Open. After three-set struggles against(...)

Martina Navratilova gets a hug from Chris Evert  after beating her in the final of the ladies’ singles at Wimbledon in 1978. Photograph: Rob Taggart/Central Press/Getty Images

For decades, women’s tennis was blessed with first-name-basis rivalries that remain etched in the public’s consciousness. But as tennis fans salivate (...)

Johanna Konta waves after winning her fourth round match in the women’s singles at Wimbledon. Photo: Reuters

In the end it became a very British thing. Caroline Garcia lined up a forehand to carve Johanna Konta into having to win another point for the fourth (...)

Germany’s  Angelique Kerber  celebrates match point against Shelby Rogers of the United States in their third-round match at Wimbledon. Photograph:  Michael Steele/Getty Images

World number one Angelique Kerber and fellow title hopefuls Caroline Wozniacki and Agnieszka Radwanska survived major scares to reach the fourth round(...)

Germany’s Angelique Kerber plays a forehand during her first-round match  against Irina Falconi of the United States on day two of  Wimbledon. Photograph:    Michael Steele/Getty Images

Angelique Kerber’s battle to hold on to the world number one spot got off to a smooth start as she opened her Wimbledon campaign with an easy win over(...)

Serena and Venus Williams celebrate their sixth Wimbledon women’s doubles title. Photograph: Lindsey Parnaby/Getty

The prize money may be equal at £2.2 million (€2.5m) each for the king and queen of Wimbledon. But the tennis championships, which open on Monday, are(...)

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