The first African player to reach a major tennis final, she has set Wimbledon – and Tunisian hearts – ablaze.
Boycott actions often do more harm to individual athletes than to the condemned regime.
A digest of the week’s coverage of the war against Ukraine.
The global angst against Putin has been so profound that sport has been compelled to come out behind its customary veil of ‘neutrality’ in political matters.
The unexpected news is consistent with the restless spirit of an athlete who has always looked far beyond the tennis court’s baseline.
As Barty emulates Evonne Goolagong Cawley’s achievement in 1971, it’s an opportunity to celebrate and to learn.
With the Australian Open about to start this year’s grand slam series, a crunch of the data from past performances gives a hint at who is the current best male player, possibly.
Baseliners are too dominant. A true golden era would see more clashes between different playing styles.
All major sports events have been canceled at this time. Two sports philosophers remind people how sports help us bond as a community and why we miss them.
Should sports journalists be able to hold athletes to account?
Australia’s aggressive tennis star has been unfairly maligned in this instance.
Tradition is all very well, but the number one tennis tournament should be played on the best surface – and that’s not grass.
A young athlete’s support network is key to their development and performance, according to sports psychologists.
He was seen as ‘moody’ and ‘petulant’, but Murray was just a single-minded champion who deserves the success he has enjoyed.
Unpacking the sporting science behind the humble tennis court.
Sports fans are of two types: purists and partisans. The attitudes of both can affect the game. An expert explains which one you are and what that means.
You can tell quite a lot about whether your favourite player might win or lose from the primal noises they make.
The world number one has made some interesting appointments to help Team Murray to the top.
We have the technology to temporarily shift wet weather elsewhere.
Extreme match durations are more common today than at any other time in the modern tennis era. This poses a threat to the sport’s standard of excellence.