women's tennis

British number one Laura Robson's participation in the Australian Open is in futher doubt after she was forced to retire
No, you're not getting déjà vu. Just as last year, a squirrel stopped play at the US Open - this time, during a first round
Agnieszka Radwanska's decision to pose naked on the cover of ESPN Magazine's 'Body Issue' has proved divisive. After the
What is most bewildering is this idea that Bartoli "didn't deserve to win", and that she "shouldn't have won", due to the fact that she was apparently, to them, so unattractive. I've always thought of the Wimbledon Championships as a tennis tournament, and wasn't aware that it was a beauty pageant as well.
It's time to dust off your racket and wrestle the tennis balls from your dog's mouth. Wimbledon 2013 is upon us! Wimbledon is now as much a feature of the British summer as barbecues, Henley Royal Regatta, and summer rain.
This week, with Wimbledon and the release of 'Battle Of The Sexes' --- a film documenting the epic 1973 match between Billie
In recent years it's become a feature of the British summer season. Whether or not tennis is your game, for two weeks in June/July a nation dares to hope. We've been getting closer--first, with Come on Tim! Henman and now Andy Murray. Today the collective sentiment is more expectation than flight of fantasy, though the reality remains elusive. It hasn't always been so.
British number one Heather Watson has been ordered by doctors to rest after she was diagnosed with glandular fever. The 20
Heather Watson became the first Briton to win a women's tour tennis singles title in 24 years today. The 20-year-old from
Laura Robson continued her giant-killing run at the US Open with a brilliant victory over ninth seed Li Na to reach the fourth