All of the tennis action last week converged on Madrid, which held the most significant joint event of the Road to Roland Garros.
Among the most global of all sports, tennis draws strength from its diversity.
Even though he didn’t walk away with the hardware in Barcelona—a hard feat whenever Rafael Nadal is in the field—it was still an impressive tournament for young Canadian Milos Raonic, who made it to the semifinals at the ATP World Tour event.
Highlighted by the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart and the ATP 500 tournament in Barcelona, the last week of April offered players opportunities to build momentum that will launch them into a busy month of May.
Read about what Novak Djokovic called the best decision of his life, another historic comeback by Russia, and more highlights of last week’s action in Monte Carlo and Fed Cup.
Ryan Harrison and Donald Young—two players that have been tabbed for success since their junior days—fell in the first round of events on the ATP Challenger Circuit this week to less-heralded opponents
Three small tournaments unfolded this week in North America, Africa, and Europe as players settle further into the clay season.
The only top-eight woman to enter Charleston, Serena entered the tournament as the clear favorite.
With the second ATP Masters 1000 and WTA Premier Mandatory tournament of 2013 behind us, here is a report card for some of those who stood out amid the mayhem in Miami
As a second straight marquee tournament reaches its midpoint, the time has arrived to take a stock of those who have distinguished themselves in Miami.