The ATP and WTA tours have been suspended but the tennis star isn’t taking a complete break, uploading a video of himself late last night keeping his volleying skills sharp. Dressed in all white and rocking a fedora, the Swiss maestro encouraged his followers to repeatedly hit a ball up and down a wall from centimetres away to ensure their racquet-work
Tennis: Australian Open organisers say they have already begun planning for a possible 2021 tournament without fans, in case the current pandemic is still causing major issues across the globe.
TENNIS bad boy Nick Kyrgios has gone from zero to hero by volunteering to drop off food to starving Australians during the coronavirus crisis. The controversial Canberra star told any hard-up members of the public to send him a social-media direct message if they cannot afford to buy food or drink. Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest
Nick Kyrgios' live cross with Today took a wild turn as Karl Stefanovic became uncharacteristically flustered. CREDIT: Today Kyrgios dug deep during the Australian summer of tennis, kick starting a flood of donations from the ATP Tour and sports people from around the world. Following his generosity shown during the summer bushfires, when he kickstarted
MARIA SHARAPOVA has taken a bold step to cure boredom during the coronavirus lockdown – by sharing her phone number with fans. Having retired in February , the Russian tennis star is not missing out on the major tournaments being cancelled because of the pandemic but is seeking the company of her loyal following. Sharapova surprised many by handing
Andy Murray opens up about his turbulent childhood in a new Amazon documentary. The mum of three-time Grand Slam champion son Andy and former World doubles No. 1 Jamie, Judy has had a high profile herself. Originally the coach of both her sons, she handed over the reins as the boys got older but had her own successful career as a coach, captaining