Djokovic, Sharapova run hot
Nishikori withdraws with calf injury; record temperatures at the All England Club.
Vijay Sundar Prashanth in quarterfinals
Eighth seed Vijay Sundar Prashanth came back from a set down to defeat Miliaan Niesten of the Netherlands 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the pre-quarterfinals of t...
Federer, Nadal begin smoothly
Petra Kvitova cruises though; Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep crash out in the first round.
Grenier shocks Kaza Vinayak
Unseeded Hugo Grenier of France shocked eighth-seeded Kaza Vinayak Sharma 6-2, 7-6(2) in the singles first round of the F-10 Phoenix Live ITF Futures...
Williams sisters pull out of doubles at Wimbledon
In doubles at the All England Club last year, they stopped after three games in the second round, because Serena was ill.
Nadal fires early warning to the big guns
If the draw goes to plan, Nadal will have to get past Andy Murray and Roger Federer to earn a shot at a third title, potentially against top seed Nova
Brutal Kvitova begins title defence in style
Bertens was overwhelmed by Kvitova’s relentless barrage of winners and almost went the entire match without winning a point on the Czech's serve.
Djokovic, Serena safely through to round-2
Cilic beats Hiroki Moriya of Japan; Ana Ivanovic and Victoria Azarenka advance to the next round.
Wimbledon 2015 — Day 1 proceedings
Play has already started at Wimbledon, with some sun sneaking through the gray clouds overhead.
Am ready for Wimbledon, says Murray
"This year I’ve won a lot of matches, more than I ever have in my career to this point in a season," said the Wimbledon third seed.
Djokovic primed to deliver after Paris pain
Despite Wawrinka’s win over Djokovic this month, it’s the 28-year-old Serb who remains the favourite at Wimbledon.
Eetee bows out; Prarthana reigns in doubles
Eetee Maheta’s fine run came to an end as she was beaten 6-2, 6-4 by sixth seed Sandra Samir of Egypt in the semifinals of the $10,000 ITF women's ten...
David Ferrer withdraws from Wimbledon with elbow injury
The eighth seed will be replaced in the tournament draw by Luca Vanni of Italy.
U.K. police seize drone flying over Wimbledon
As some of the world’s top tennis players converged here for the Grand Slam starting on Monday
Wimbledon Qualifiers — no place for the faint-hearted
Red-faced from exertion, a pony-tailed tennis player with a German accent gestured angrily at her coach before marching through the door marked ‘Priz...
Djokovic — recharged and ready to go
Murray and Federer have been busy sharpening their grasscourt tools.
Wimbledon's 7 iconic moments
Think Wimbledon! What springs to mind? A tournament renowned for its quirks; not the least being the fact that the organisers don’t rely on the ATP rankings entirely. Instead, players’ rankings depend on previous grass-court results too. The all-white dress code; the formal announcement of names; no on-court advertisements; and, of course, strawberries and cream. What about on-court memories? Here are seven of the greatest moments in the history of this tournament, which begins tomorrow. Compiled by N. Sudarshan.
The missile men
On grass, there is no greater weapon than the serve. It’s boom-boom time for the big servers at SW19, as players like Boris Becker, Pete Sampras and ...
Sasikumar in last four
Fifth-seeded Sasikumar Mukund defeated Prajnesh Gunneswaran 7-5, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the Phoenix Live $10,000 ITF F9 Futures tennis tournament...