The world's highest-paid female athlete teased her return in 2024 after a hiatus. Osaka said she's looking forward to her child watching her play someday and telling someone "'that's my mom,' haha."
The Hall of Fame member worked with some of the sport's biggest stars, including Andre Agassi and Monica Seles, and founded a Florida academy that revolutionized the development of young athletes.
The tournament will make an exception to its strict all-white clothing rules, after female players described altering their menstrual cycles to not stress about leaking onto their tennis whites.
At age 41, his body is telling him the time has come, the Swiss tennis great said in a video message released on Thursday. Federer has won more than 100 titles, including 20 Grand Slam singles wins.
Several of the players marked firsts for the sport's history, while for Serena Williams, the tournament may have been her last match.
Electronic line judging has replaced humans at the U.S. Open. But the voices making calls are real people, recorded with varying levels of urgency to sell the call, depending on how close the shot is.
Carlos Alcaraz and Frances Tiafoe engaged in a high-level, high-energy spectacle of a back-and-forth semifinal — no point over when it seemed to be, no ball out of reach, no angle too audacious.
Frances Tiafoe topped Russia's Andrey Rublev 7-6 (3), 7-6 (0), 6-4 behind the backing of a boisterous partisan crowd in Arthur Ashe Stadium on Wednesday.
McEnroe reflects on his career in a new Showtime documentary: "I was very taken aback, actually, when I went to Wimbledon in London for the first time, and I was like, 'Wow, they're so polite here.'"
The 23-time Grand Slam champion staved off five match points to prolong the three-hours-plus proceedings, but could not do more, and was eliminated from the U.S. Open in the third round.
Serena Williams says she is close to retirement. We take a look at her life and career from Compton to Wimbledon, and the impact she has had on athletes, particularly African American women.
After 23 years, Amy Bryant, women's tennis coach at Emory University in Atlanta, is retiring. Bryant is the first woman in NCAA history to win the national team championship as a coach and a player.
The 23-year-old won the championship at the All England Club with a 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Ons Jabeur — the first singles trophy at a major tournament for Rybakina's adopted country of Kazakhstan.
Tennis's top-ranked Swiatek beat Gauff 6-1, 6-3 in the final at Roland Garros. Swiatek's unbeaten run of 35 matches equals one by Venus Williams in 2000 as the longest this century.
The 24-year-old tennis champ is leaving IMG to start an agency of her own.