JOURNAL, MADRID OPEN: Assessing what kept the seeds safe on Monday, musing over Grigor Dimitrov's form, singling out the best of the WTA and more.
Frederik Nielsen: “Playing Wimbledon was a dream… I was just hoping not to muck up”
INTERVIEW: Frederik Nielsen talks winning Wimbledon in 2012, staying motivated, marketing doubles and partnering Joe Salisbury.
Alex de Minaur: “Being top 100 doesn’t change who I am or what I do”
INTERVIEW: Alex de Minaur talks belief, reaching the top 100, and adapting to tennis outside of Australia.
Christian Harrison: “The key is being willing to make adjustments”
INTERVIEW: Christian Harrison talks about his relationship with older brother Ryan and what it took to achieve a career-high ranking
James Ward: “I feel my tennis is good enough”
INTERVIEW: Britain's James Ward insists he did not struggle for motivation during injury setbacks, and thinks he is still capable of achieving more in tennis.
ATP Madrid Open Semifinals: By The Numbers
MADRID OPEN: After Rafael Nadal's loss, the semifinals hold fresh intrigue. Here are the final four by the numbers.
Working From The Sidelines: Interview with a Tennis Umpire
INTERVIEW: A professional tennis umpire talks nerves, life on tour, and replacing humans with Hawk-Eye.
ATP & WTA WEEK IN PREVIEW – Dubai, Acapulco and Sao Paulo
PREVIEW: Rafael Nadal returns and Lesia Tsurenko defends in Acapulco, Grigor Dimitrov faces pressure in Dubai and Fabio Fognini eyes opportunity in Sao Paulo.
Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal Shanghai Masters preview: Perception and the Past
SHANGHAI MASTERS: This is Rafael Nadal's best shot at beating Roger Federer in 2017. It says something about the status of an enthralling rivalry.
“We’re all on different journeys”: Welsh player Evan Hoyt talks the Harsh Realities of Pro Tennis
INTERVIEW: Welsh 22-year-old Evan Hoyt talks perpetual injuries, the lesser known facts of life as a tennis pro, and thinking outside the box.