Andy Murray Gives an Update About His InjuryAndy Murray has said that he is getting better in terms of his injury status. The three-time Grand Slam champion managed to play in the Battle of Brits event last week. He is confident that he is going to be feeling 100% soon.
Tsitsipas on Making History with GreeceStefanos Tsitsipas opens up on his struggles in his own country and explains his goal of making history for Greece. The young gun has shined in the ATP Tour as one of the best young players in the game since he emerged in the previous years.
Murray Excited On Return, Djokovic Tests PositiveAndy Murray is clearly pumped up as he is already raring to get back into action at the tennis court for this season. He is set to play at the Battle of the Brits, which would be a staging point for more tournaments to follow after a very long break which kept everyone out of the play.
Juan Martín del Potro Wants to End His Career on His TermsJuan Martin del Potro wants to end his career on his own terms. He also wants to see his family be able to watch him play in a Grand Slam tournament.
Adria Tour Cancelled with Dimitrov PositiveSo close, yet so far. The Adria Tour was just set to make the biggest conclusion of the first tennis tournament to be held after all activities were suspended. However, world no. 19 Grigor Dimitrov announced that he tested positive for the virus, leading to the end of the Adria Tour.
Millman Looks Back on Beating FedererJohn Millman had to go through a tough challenge as he went to beat Rafael Nadal in the US Open’s first round. Millman has a knack for delivering upsets, one to the unsuspecting Roger Federer, who is known as the best tennis player in the world right now.
Viktor Troicki Is Contemplating Retiring from Pro TennisThree-time ATP Tour champion Viktor Troicki has revealed that he is seriously considering retiring from the game. He cites his age as the main reason.
Goellner Says Alexander Zverev Is the Hope for German TennisAlexander Zverev has been consistently in the top 10 of the ATP rankings for the last few years. He has been tipped as the hope for German tennis.
Shapovalov’s Journey to Finding His FormDenis Shapovalov might have been one of the best players to ever break into the top 20 at a faster rate. He came up with the incredible feat after beating Rafael Nadal back in the semis of the 2017 Rogers Cup. He went on to become better as he discovered his new confidence.