Serena Williams challenged decades of stereotypes when she revealed her anger after she disagreed with a U.S. Open umpire. A racist caricature and calls to boycott her playing by umpires followed.
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No one is saying the tennis star wasn't angry. But it's worth asking whether you thought she was more angry because she is a woman.
We need to consider changing the rules of tennis, to make them more consistent across tournaments and players.
The tennis superstar has complained of discrimination after being penalised for being coached on court. Was she right to make a scene?
On the front lines were female tennis players who refused to adhere to the club dress codes that banned them.
Research confirms what the world’s elite sports stars already know – being kinder to yourself, and to others, and being grateful is good for your mental health.
By using her public profile to suggest bias in drug-testing, Williams is calling into question the integrity of those tasked with the role of monitoring 'clean sport'.
Unpacking the sporting science behind the humble tennis court.
The tennis star claims his role as a sports attaché for the Central African Republic means he doesn't have to repay his debts. Is he right?
An independent review has recommended steps to clean up the sport. Tennis authorities must now demonstrate they have the will to take action.
Drinking coffee before exercising could make you run faster and lift heavier - if you've the right genes.
Tennis should be a more regularly accessible sport for more children. That's where we find more Johanna Kontas, Heather Watsons and Andy Murrays.
Kyle Edmund may be out of the Australian Open, but an impressive forehand and sharp focus won't stop the tennis player.
Wrist injuries forced some of the top players to miss out on this year's Australian Open. It's an ongoing problem and such injuries are partly to blame on how players grip their racquet.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are two of the greatest tennis players in recent years at the Australian Open. So what makes them stand out from the rest?
It can be tough for younger players to make it to the top of professional tennis. But it's not impossible, if you look at the numbers.
Some of today's top tennis players are playing more games and at an earlier age than the court stars of yesteryear. And that can lead to injuries.
Grunting in tennis can be performance-enhancing for the grunter and performance-hindering for their opponent.
The Australian Open tennis and the recent Ashes Test cricket series show why our sporting stadiums need to be "climate-proofed" to deal with extreme heat.