Former champ Wade slams Murray`s Mauresmo move

Virginia Wade has slammed Wimbledon champion Andy Murray`s decision to hire Frenchwoman Amelie Mauresmo as a joke.

Grumpy Serena bids to make up for Paris pain

Serena Williams admits she will start her challenge for a sixth Wimbledon title still fuming over her shock defeat at the French Open.

Sharapova spurred by Wimbledon anniversary

Maria Sharapova says the 10th anniversary of her famous Wimbledon final triumph against Serena Williams has given her an added incentive to finally regain the title this year.

Nadal vulnerable at Wimbledon says Federer

Roger Federer claims Rafael Nadal`s vulnerability on grass will be a significant boost to his chances of winning Wimbledon for a record-breaking eighth time.

Chang masterclass aids Nishikori at Wimbledon

Japan`s Kei Nishikori believes a grasscourt masterclass from coach Michael Chang will help him make a big impact at Wimbledon.

Who are you? Guide to seeds` rivals at Wimbledon

Sport`s guide to the players hoping to cause first round upsets at Wimbledon which gets under way at the All England Club on Monday

Paes-Stepanek seeded fifth in Wimbledon

India`s Leander Paes and his Czech partner Radek Stepanek Friday were seeded fifth in the men`s double while Saina Mirza and her Zimbabwean partner Cara Black are fourth in the women`s doubles for the Wimbledon starting Monday.

Murray backs new Premier League to spread game to world

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is backing the new Premier League to take tennis to areas of the world that have little chance of seeing the leading players perform.

Purav Raja qualifies for Wimbledon championships

Purav Raja and Marcelo Demoliner booked a berth in the men`s doubles event of the Wimbledon Championships after shocking top seeded Germans Gero Kretchmer and Alex Satschko in the final qualifying round, here

Wimbledon young guns take aim at gang of four

As Grigor Dimitrov celebrated his Queen`s Club title by blowing a kiss to girlfriend Maria Sharapova, the emerging Bulgarian star was already dreaming of an even greater achievement just down the road at Wimbledon.

Serena targets six appeal at Wimbledon

Serena Williams has set her sights on erasing the bitter taste of a disappointing 2014 campaign by re-establishing her supremacy at Wimbledon.

Nadal, Djokovic under Wimbledon cloud

Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic head to Wimbledon fearing the title may be beyond them as the season`s third Grand Slam tournament shapes up to be the most open in a decade.

Murray seeded third for Wimbledon defence

Briton Andy Murray will be seeded third when he attempts to defend his Wimbledon title, while Novak Djokovic has been installed ahead of world number one Rafael Nadal as top seed for the grass-court major.

Djokovic top seed over Nadal at Wimbledon, Murray edges Federer

Wimbledon turned tennis upside down Wednesday when Novak Djokovic was named top seed above world number one Rafael Nadal while defending champion Andy Murray was seeded three over seven-time winner Roger Federer.

Azarenka endures losing return in Eastbourne

Former world No.1 Victoria Azarenka made a disappointing return from injury when she lost to plucky Italian Camila Giorgi 4-6 6-3 7-5 in the first round of the Aegon International grasscourt tournament on Tuesday.

Andy Murray makes ideal start to Mauresmo era

Andy Murray made the perfect start to his bold venture with new coach Amelie Mauresmo today as the Wimbledon champion opened his Queen`s Club title defence with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Paul-Henri Mathieu.

Martina Hingis granted Wimbledon doubles wildcard

Former world number one Martina Hingis has been awarded a wildcard for the Wimbledon doubles competition as she continues her second comeback following her retirement in 2007.

Nadal braced for new Wimbledon rollercoaster

Rafael Nadal is bracing himself for another Wimbledon letdown as he prepares to rekindle his love-hate relationship with the All England Club.

Nadal braced for new Wimbledon rollercoaster

Rafael Nadal is bracing himself for another Wimbledon letdown as he prepares to rekindle his love-hate relationship with the All England Club.

Murray appoints Mauresmo as new coach

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray sprang a surprise as he appointed Frenchwoman Amelie Mauresmo as his new coach on Sunday.

Murray `disliked` Salmond`s Scottish flag-waving at Wimbledon

Andy Murray has revealed he "didn`t like it" when Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond pulled out a Scottish flag to celebrate his historic Wimbledon victory last year, in an interview out Sunday.

Maria Sharapova living a dream after French Open victory

A day after pocketing a second French Open career title, Russian sensation Maria Sharapova said she wonders if she is ever going to fall asleep.

Clay made my day says Sharapova

Maria Sharapova`s second French Open title on the claycourts of Roland Garros on Saturday left her scratching her head as to how she ever got to that point in her career.

Grass can be the perfect tonic says battered Murray

Andy Murray admits he needs to work quickly to heal the scars from his French Open thrashing against Rafael Nadal as he starts his Wimbledon preparations by defending the title at Queen`s Club.

Sharapova floors Halep to win second French Open title

Maria Sharapova claimed her second French Open title when she floored Romanian fourth seed Simona Halep 6-4 6-7(5) 6-4 after a marathon encounter in Saturday`s final.

Watch out Wimbledon, Gulbis wants more

After flirting with a major breakthrough during a career that promised more than it has delivered Ernests Gulbis has finally tasted the tennis big time, and now he wants more.

McEnroe calls on Murray to get ready for pain in French Open semi against Nadal

Former world number one John McEnroe has said that Wimbledon champion Andy Murray must make every shot count and be prepared for pain when he faces Rafael Nadal in the French Open semifinals on Friday.

I can still win Wimbledon, insists Federer

Roger Federer believes he can soothe the pain of his worst French Open defeat in 10 years by clinching a record eighth Wimbledon title.

`Bruised` Murray admits `not possible` to find new coach before French Open

British Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has admitted that it is `not possible` for him to appoint a new coach before the French Open as his body and spirit recovers from various forms of bruising.

Leander Paes denies allegations by Rhea

Indian tennis veteran Leander Paes today denied allegations made by his partner Rhea Pillai, with whom he is locked in a custody battle for their daughter Aiyana, and made it clear that he intends to compete at Wimbledon and US Open this season.