Courier fancies chances against Great Britain
United States Davis Cup captain Jim Courier thinks his side will enter their World Group clash against Britain in February as the favourites.
When Great Britain qualified for the Davis Cup this year there were many who were quick to point out that they might be genuine title contenders in 2014. ...
Federer on playing without a new coach and playing Davis Cup tennis
Roger Federer says he's happy with his coaching setup and that he remains undecided about taking part in the 2014 Davis Cup.
In an interview with his sponsor Credit Suisse, Roger Federer opened up about what it's been like since he split with coach Paul Annacone. The 17-time slam winner insists ...
Venus praises Indian Wells but doesn't express intention to return
Venus Williams told reporters that Indian Wells is a 'great event', but it seems unlikely that she'll be returning to it as a competitor.
Venus and Serena Williams haven't competed at the Indian Wells event, currently known as the BNP Paribas Open, since 2001 when they both claimed to have been ...
Greats of the Australian Open: Roger Federer
Roger Federer’s record at the Australian Open is suitably impressive for a 17-time Grand Slam champion.
It says a lot about the magnitude and variety of Federer’s career achievements that even though he is tied with Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic for the most titles won in the open era at t...
McEnroe: 'Why are we playing professional doubles?'
John McEnroe has been at his controversial best this week, questioning the relevance of doubles tennis in the professional game.
John McEnroe won over 500 doubles matches during his career and even managed to top the world rankings. Even so, when a reporter suggested that Roger Federer could con...
Serena expected to compete in Fed Cup in February
Serena Williams is apparently keen to compete in the USA's Fed Cup clash in February, in which the home nation will be pitted against defending champions Italy.
The Fed Cup can be a strange competition. Just a few weeks ago Italy won the title with a one-sided victory over a Russian side that ha...
McEnroe: 'I'd be surprised if Federer won another major'
John McEnroe admits that he'd be surprised to see Roger Federer win another slam, though he expects the Swiss ace to be a contender next season.
John McEnroe was quizzed by reporters this week in London, where he's competing at the Statoil Masters. As is often the case in tennis press conference...
Djokovic: ATP needs to take more notice of player interests
Novak Djokovic believes that the ATP needs to take into account the interests of its players rather than its tournaments.
Novak Djokovic has been outspoken this season and he's once again vented his disapproval of tennis's regulatory bodies. Earlier in the year Djokovic was vocal in his criticis...
Federer: 2013 criticisms weren't justified
Roger Federer feels that the criticisms aimed at him relating to his 2013 season are unjustified.
The tennis world has gotten used to a certain level of excellence from Roger Federer, so as he's just finished a season as the World No. 6, having failed to reach the final of any of the majors, it ...