Roger Federer

Roger Federer outclassed Andy Murray in straight sets to reach the Australian Open semi-finals. The elegant 17-time Grand
Andy Murray progressed to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open, but made a racket with his racquet after he lost the
Andy Murray finally saw off Frenchman Stéphane Robert to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open and set up a quarter
It's 18 months since his last Grand Slam win, but Roger Federer was at his majestic best at the Brisbane International, albeit
Roger Federer is the latest men's tennis player to enlist the aid of a former professional, as it was announced Stefan Edberg
Novak Djokovic launched a scathing attack on tennis' anti-doping programme, claiming he no longer has any trust in the system
Novak Djokovic claims Roger Federer's decline is partly down to his "slower" movement around the court. The pair face each
Andy Murray has withdrawn from the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London next month as he prioritises his recovery following
From grunts to scoring systems, tennis is a sport that's full of unusual quirks and strange traditions. Read on as we answer ten unusual questions about the history, the rules, and the culture of tennis.
In the past year, I've won some of the biggest matches of my career but today, I'm writing about a winnable battle I'm proud to support off court. It's the fight against malaria - one of the biggest killers on earth yet a preventable disease that we have the power to beat. The scale of malaria is staggering. It was reported that around 17 million people watched the Wimbledon final between Roger and myself last July- that's a lot of people. But I've also realised that in my lifetime - the last 26 years - far more than that number have died from malaria. Every death is needless as malaria is preventable and curable.
Wimbledon officials have called a foot fault against seven-time champion Roger Federer over his orange-soled Nike trainers
The 2013 Wimbledon Championships are underway and barely had the BBC's coverage begun that the first Briton bowed out. Elena
It is a truth universally acknowledged that men's professional tennis presently boasts one of its finest generations of players, and last Friday Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic produced a sporting contest of mammoth proportions at the French Open.
It was interesting to hear Dickie Bird on breakfast television a couple of weeks ago promoting his new book of anecdotes
The tennis landscape has altered considerably over that last 12 months. Andy Murray will wake up on Monday to confirmation of something we've long known: he is currently the second best tennis player in the world.
His legendary athleticism was spawned from a training schedule that would frighten most people to death: his long early morning runs were merely gentle precursors to the day's activities. He didn't even consider it part of the training, merely an add on.
When I was seven years old my dad introduced me to a game called tennis. I'm now 40 years old, still playing, learning and enjoying it. I'm by no means on a par with Andy Murray, but do share similar energy, enthusiasm, determination and commitment.
Andy Murray has beaten Roger Federeer for the first time in a Grand Slam match to reach his third Australian Open final. Murray
Andy Murray is chasing history in Australia. No man in the Open era has managed to follow-up their first Grand Slam title by winning the next major tournament.
Roger Federer, still glowing in the aftermath of his seventh Wimbledon win this year, decided to show off his football skills