AITA president Anil Khanna nominated for ITF presidency
AITA president Anil Khanna nominated for ITF presidency

The Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) on Saturday proposed its head, Anil Khanna, also the All India Tennis Association (AITA) chief, for the presidency of the International Tennis Federation (ITF).

Victoria Azarenka crushes Jelena Jankovic at Miami
Victoria Azarenka crushes Jelena Jankovic at Miami

Two times Miami Open winner Victoria Azarenka crushed Serbia`s Jelena Jankovic 6-1 6-1 in the second round at Key Biscayne on Friday.

Andy Murray advances without worry against Donald Young
Andy Murray advances without worry against Donald Young

World number four Andy Murray had little trouble dealing with American Donald Young in his opening match at the Miami Open with a 6-4 6-2 victory on Friday. Murray, a two-time winner at Key Biscyane, broke left-hander Young four times as he wrapped up the win in 82 minutes.

Tunis Open cancelled after terror attack

Next month`s Tunis Open tennis tournament has been cancelled in the wake of the recent terrorist attack in the Tunisian capital, the organisers announced on Friday.

Simona Halep rallies to reach Miami third round
Simona Halep rallies to reach Miami third round

Third seed Simona Halep had to recover after losing the second set to earn a 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 win over Czech Nicole Vaidisova on Friday to reach the third round of the Miami Masters.

US tennis will flourish after Serena Williams: WTA leader
US tennis will flourish after Serena Williams: WTA leader

Just as American writer Mark Twain described premature reports about his death as "greatly exaggerated", doom and gloom about U.S. women`s tennis is way off the mark, according to WTA chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster.

Vijay Sundar Prashan takes on Ican Gakhov in Chennai ITF final
Vijay Sundar Prashan takes on Ican Gakhov in Chennai ITF final

The fourth and fifth seeds Vijay Sundar Prashan of India and Ican Gakhov of Russia will fight for the singles title the MCC S R Subramaniam Memorial ITF Men's Futures Tennis Championships here on Saturday.

Juan Martin del Potro refuses to be downhearted after comeback loss
Juan Martin del Potro refuses to be downhearted after comeback loss

Argentine Juan Martin del Potro`s latest comeback from injury ended in defeat to Canadian Vasek Pospisil at the Miami Open on Thursday.

Miami Open: Maria Sharapova suffers shock loss, Venus Williams, Caroline Wozniacki progress
Miami Open: Maria Sharapova suffers shock loss, Venus Williams, Caroline Wozniacki progress

Second seed Maria Sharapova suffered a shock 7-6(4) 6-3 defeat to compatriot and wildcard Daria Gavrilova in the second round of the Miami Open on Thursday.

Ivan Gakhov puts out Saket Myneni in Chennai
Ivan Gakhov puts out Saket Myneni in Chennai

Fifth seeded Ivan Gakhov of Russia once again demonstrated fluent serving and stroke play to get past top seed Saket Myneni 6-3, 7-6(1), en route to the semi-finals of the MCC-S.R.Subramaniam Memorial ITF Men's Futures tennis tournament here on Thursday.

Serena Williams hopes to manage pain while 'going for it' in Miami
Serena Williams hopes to manage pain while 'going for it' in Miami

Serena Williams practiced on Wednesday for the first time since a knee injury forced her to withdraw before her BNP Paribas Open semi-final last week but has not lowered her expectations for the Miami Open.

Victoria Azarenka through at Miami to face Jelena Jankovic
Victoria Azarenka through at Miami to face Jelena Jankovic

Two-times Miami Open winner Victoria Azarenka defeated Spain`s Silvia Soler-Espinosa 6-1 6-3 on Wednesday to set up a second round meeting with Serbia`s Jelena Jankovic.

Rory McIlroy split was like someone dying, says Caroline Wozniacki
Rory McIlroy split was like someone dying, says Caroline Wozniacki

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki says she felt like someone close to her had died after the split from golfer Rory McIlroy last year.

Hard for Simona Halep to think of top spot while Serena Williams rules
Hard for Simona Halep to think of top spot while Serena Williams rules

World number three Simona Halep says it is hard to imagine reaching the top of the world rankings as long as Serena Williams is playing the game but believes she has what it takes to win a grand slam. 

Andy Murray hopeful Jonas Bjorkman can compliment coach Amelie Mauresmo
Andy Murray hopeful Jonas Bjorkman can compliment coach Amelie Mauresmo

Andy Murray is hopeful that Swede Jonas Bjorkman will share a similar philosophy with his coach Amelie Mauresmo when he joins his team on a trial basis, the Scotsman said on Tuesday.

Rafael Nadal fights ankle injury as Miami start looms
Rafael Nadal fights ankle injury as Miami start looms

Rafael Nadal vowed Tuesday to be ready for his Miami Masters opener in three days after seriously rolling his left ankle on the practice court.

Surging Novak Djokovic takes aim at March title double
Surging Novak Djokovic takes aim at March title double

World number one Novak Djokovic will try to put extra distance between himself and the chasing pack, taking confidence from his weekend title in California into the Miami Open.

Rafael Nadal returning to Queen's for Wimbledon warmup
Rafael Nadal returning to Queen's for Wimbledon warmup

 Rafa Nadal will return to his old routine in a bid to recapture the Wimbledon crown later this year, confirming he has entered the traditional warm-up event at Queen`s Club.

My Russian heritage is non-negotiable, says Maria Sharapova
My Russian heritage is non-negotiable, says Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova`s life-changing move from Siberia to Florida as a seven-year-old propelled her on a path to fame and fortune but she says she would never turn her back on her mother country.

Ex-tennis star Bob Hewitt guilty of raping girls in South Africa
Ex-tennis star Bob Hewitt guilty of raping girls in South Africa

Australian-born former tennis Grand Slam champion Bob Hewitt was found guilty Monday in South Africa of raping and assaulting young girls whom he was coaching in the early 1980s.