Umpire Mohamed Lahyani went “beyond protocol” in trying to help Nick Kyrgios but will continue to officiate at the US Open, tournament organisers have announced.
The Portuguese has emphasised he has a one-game-at-a-time philosophy.
Denis Shapovalov's US Open adventure ended in the fourth round with defeat by Pablo Carreno Busta.
Lanzarote’s Club La Santa is among the best looking destinations for a healthy, active holiday, says Darren Norris
Novak Djokovic has questioned why John McEnroe made claims about his private life and likened his dip in form to the problems Tiger Woods experienced after the American golfer's infidelities were revealed.
The recent furore caused by John McEnroe’s comments about Serena Williams was as much down to a slow news day as anything else, writes Dr Ed Coughlan.
I am mostly aware of John McEnroe as a meme, says Eimear Ryan. I don’t remember watching him play in his heyday; by the time I was conscious of Wimbledon it was Graf, Agassi, Sampras and Navratilova who ruled the courts.
John McEnroe arrived in Wimbledon last night amused at the controversy he claims to have unwittingly caused with his comments that reigning women’s champion Serena Williams would not have a chance against any of the top 700 male players.
John McEnroe's belief that Serena Williams would be ranked as low as 700 in the world if she played on the men's tour has drawn short shrift from the 23-time women's singles grand slam champion.
A resigned Novak Djokovic was at a loss to explain the shocking ending to his French Open title defence.
Federer’s longevity is rooted in how emotionally unaffected he was by setbacks.
Milos Raonic reached his first grand slam final against home favourite Andy Murray after the world number seven stunned Roger Federer with a dramatic five-set win at Wimbledon yesterday.
Roger Federer and Andy Murray took one step closer to a showdown in the Wimbledon final after they both cruised into the last eight yesterday.
World Cups can be yawn-inducing events for players who have so much time to kill between their daily duties and Steve Hansen’s All Blacks could do worse than spend an afternoon staring at the walls of their Lensbury Park Hotel.
Novak Djokovic again dashed Roger Federer’s hopes of winning a record eighth Wimbledon crown as the Serbian ripped up the script to defend his title at the All England Club.
Another week when we could only be inspired by the breadth of vision shown by sporting luminaries in the constant quest for improvement.
Ashlee Vance looks at how Maria Sharapova has become the wealthiest female athlete in the world
Andy Murray will bid for his fourth Queen’s Club title in seven years this summer after confirming his presence at the Aegon Championships along with defending champion Grigor Dimitrov.
See what book Ted Walsh, Anne Enright, Peter Sheridan, Theo Dorgan and Gary Cooke think should be in your Christmas stocking.
ENGLAND: Chelsea are top of another league after their fans’ festive chant about manager Jose Mourinho was voted the funniest ever.
Roger Federer is optimistic he will be fit for next weekend’s Davis Cup final after his dramatic withdrawal from the ATP World Tour Finals.
The ATP World Tour Finals ended in huge anti-climax after Roger Federer pulled out ahead of his scheduled final against Novak Djokovic with a back injury.
Andy Murray seems certain to have a new coach in place for the defence of his Wimbledon title after revealing he has held talks with the person he would like to replace Ivan Lendl.
On the surface, the former basketball player Dennis Rodman seems easy to grasp.
Novak Djokovic has promised to be as sharp as ever in tomorrow’s Wimbledon final against Andy Murray, despite being “pushed to the limit” by Juan Martin del Potro.
Andy Murray was confirmed as the second seed for the Wimbledon men’s singles today and French Open champion Rafael Nadal is a potential quarter-final opponent.
Anyone else blown away by the performance of Jim Bolger’s Trading Leather at Gowran Park last Sunday?
A veteran top-level tennis umpire has been arrested in the US accused of beating her elderly husband to death with a coffee mug.
They look lovely and last so long — well looked after dairy show cows come up shining year after year, with top winners from 2010 taking the red rosettes again last Sunday at Tullamore Show.
Andy Murray has hit back at suggestions he has talked up recent injury problems by revealing he endured eight painkilling injections in his back in order to play at the French Open.
John McEnroe believes Novak Djokovic is feeling the pressure of trying to become the first man for 43 years to hold all four grand slam titles at once.
THEY know by the way we now talk that we crave their approval, so occasionally our friends across the Atlantic cuddle quaint little Europe to their broad chests and stroke our fragile egos.
John McEnroe believes Ivan Lendl is the right man to lead Andy Murray to a maiden grand slam title – although the world number four will have to do it the hard way if he is to break his duck at the Australian Open.
Andy Murray believes Ivan Lendl will tell it like it is as the British number one looks to break his grand slam duck.
Roger Federer reached the semi-finals of the Paris Masters and joined a select band of players who have won 800 matches in the open era.
THE now-defunct News of the World used to boast, from its front page banner for many years: All human life is there.
Rafael Nadal fears Novak Djokovic has a psychological advantage heading into tomorrow's Wimbledon final.
GOLF star Rory McIlroy was given a hero’s reception yesterday as he arrived at Wimbledon. The young Irishman arrived to hearty applause from fans after he lifted the recent US Open — his first major.
ALMOST 18 months after its initial scheduled opening date, the $70 million (€50m) production of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, backed by U2’s Bono and the Edge, has finally opened to mixed reviews on Broadway.
ROGER FEDERER will play Rafael Nadal in a fourth French Open final after ending Novak Djokovic’s winning run in 2011 with an extraordinary 7-6 (7/5) 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7/5) victory last night.
Roger Federer will play Rafael Nadal in a fourth French Open final after ending Novak Djokovic’s winning run in 2011 with an extraordinary 7-6 (7/5) 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7/5) victory tonight.
ANDY MURRAY reflected on one of the most emotional victories of his career after defying an ankle injury and the best efforts of Viktor Troicki to book a place in the quarter-finals of the French Open.
Rafael Nadal does not believe he is currently playing well enough to win a sixth French Open crown this year.
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