Federer routs Dimitrov for 97th career title
Roger Federer overpowered Grigor Dimitrov 6-2, 6-2 in less than an hour Sunday to win the ABN AMRO World Tournament, his 97th career title.
Surpassing Serena, 10th Wimbledon: Milestones Federer can still achieve
On Monday, February 19, Roger Federer will become the oldest top-ranked player in tennis at the age of 36. With Federer, nothing is impossible, so we took a look at some other records he could attain.
Players congratulate Federer on return to No. 1.
Tennis players share well wishes to Roger Federer as he becomes the oldest player to be ranked No. 1 in the world.
Bodo: Why this year is so important for Kei Nishikori
Sidelined by an extended injury bug that derailed any momentum he had, Kei Nishikori is back, but he doesn't have much time to waste in finding his form again.
Federer wins 97th career title.
World No. 1 Roger Federer made light work of Grigor Dimitrov 6-2, 6-2 to win the ABN AMRO World Tournament in Rotterdam.
Kvitova wins Qatar Open.
Petra Kvitova defeated Garbine Muguruza 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 to pick up her second consecutive title at the Qatar Open.
Despite doubles loss, no reason to worry about Serena Williams
Serena Williams certainly did not play up to snuff in her return to competition at Fed Cup, but we're confident we'll see a much better player in the coming weeks.
Serena loses in doubles in return to competition
In Serena Williams' first competition since giving birth five months ago, she and her sister Venus Williams lost 6-2, 6-3 to Lesley Kerkhove and Demi Schuurs of the Netherlands on Sunday in a Fed Cup doubles match.
Serena returns, Williams sisters fall in Fed Cup doubles match.
In her first match back since giving birth five months ago, Serena Williams and her sister Venus fall (6-2, 6-3) to Lesley Kerkhove and Demi Schuurs of the Netherlands.
Sebastian Korda's smart decision to trade his skates for a tennis racket
He could have been an NHL star, but instead junior world No. 1 Sebastian Korda took up tennis, and now we know why.
Serena Williams still totally won this weekend
Serena Williams lost her doubles match with sister Venus at the Fed Cup on Sunday, but the Americans still emerged victorious -- and the 23-time Grand Slam champion had the best fan there rooting her on.
Lauren Davis makes the most of her time at Fed Cup
Lauren Davis was ultimately sidelined at the Fed Cup, but she still made the most of her time in Asheville, North Carolina.
McEnroe 'astonished' by Federer's longevity.
John McEnroe was happy to marvel at the longevity of Roger Federer and admits he's jealous of the Swiss maestro's love for the sport.
Zverev: I over-accomplished in 2017.
Alecander Zverev is prepared to repeat his successes in 2017 to stay in the top ten of the ATP rankings whilst Roger Federer, David Goffin and Grigor Dimitrov look ahead to ABN AMRO World tournament.
Davis Cup win sort of makes up for dismal U.S. results Down Under
A little success is better than none at all, no? The U.S. men, who did not fare well in Australia, aced the start of Davis Cup season.
Davis Cup: U.S. ousts Serbia with doubles win
The United States won its doubles match against Serbia, clinching a berth in the Davis Cup quarterfinal round against the Hungary-Belgium winner in April.
Team GB need swift return for thriving Edmund
Kyle Edmund always had the talent -- now he's finally realising his potential: that was the common theme as ESPN's Tom Hamilton spoke to the Briton's first individual coach, his former roommate and half of his current coaching setup.
Genie Bouchard wins the Super Bowl again
Eugenie Bouchard's Twitter bet and subsequent date with a fan went viral during the Super Bowl in 2017. And the pair celebrated their friendiversary on Sunday in Minnesota.
Murray's 2018 sporting predictions
Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has revealed his sporting predictions for the remainder of 2018.
ICYMI at Australian Open: Federer, Wozniacki master Melbourne
The first Grand Slam of the year is run and won, but there was far more to this tournament than just the brilliant wins by Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki.
Winners and losers in Melbourne.
Jerry Bembry from The Undefeated provides his take on the winners and losers at the Australian Open.
Beneath Federer's success, some more sobering signs for the Big Four
Roger Federer's epic Australian Open demonstration came at an excellent time for the ATP, but his feat utterly overshadowed a different story: The unexpected collapse of the group known as the Big Four.
What Australian Open champ Roger Federer does defies logic
We know Roger Federer is a superstar, but seriously, what he continues to accomplish is like nothing we have ever seen before in sports.
Staying calm in the fifth set made all the difference for Roger Federer
Just when things looked bleak, Roger Federer picked up his game down the stretch to win the Australian Open.
Phew! Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki finally has her moment
No one deserves to spend quality time with a Grand Slam trophy more than Caroline Wozniacki, which is exactly what the 2018 Australian Open champion is going to do.
She lost the Aussie Open final, but all is well in Simona Halep's world
Simona Halep's setback in the Australian Open final only reminded her that she has the game that will eventually lead her to a Grand Slam championship.
Wozniacki captures first Grand Slam.
Caroline Wozniacki takes down top-seeded Simona Halep in three sets.
ICYMI at Australian Open: Stand up and rejoice because Caroline Wozniacki is a Grand Slam champ
It took her 43 attempts in majors, including 11 at Melbourne Park, but Caroline Wozniacki can finally call herself a Grand Slam champion.
By the numbers: 43rd Grand Slam's the charm for Wozniacki
From the fourth-most attempts to win a Grand Slam title to the most taken to win in Melbourne, here are some of the notable numbers from Caroline Wozniacki's Australian Open win.
2,665 days after reaching No. 1 for the first time, Caroline Wozniacki finally wins her first major. Enough said.
Venus and Serena Williams: from Compton to the world
By changing how the world views black women, they've changed everything.
Serena's absence from the Australian Open not all bad news
No doubt Serena Williams will be missed Down Under, but her withdrawal opens the door for a lot of other top players.
Goals for Serena: Slam record, No. 1 ranking
Serena Williams, after giving birth to her first child amid myriad medical complications, still wants to set the record with 25 Grand Slam wins.
Serena's coach backs skipping Aussie Open
Serena Williams' coach backs her decision to skip the Australian Open.
Tennys Sandgren needs to own what he's all about
American declines to address questions about his Twitter feed after quarterfinal loss
Sandgren pans 'sensationalist coverage' of him
Tennys Sandgren was critical of the scrutiny some of his social media activity has received, saying, "This has gone very far away from the tennis."
Sandgren's heated news conference.
Tennys Sandgren opened his news conference with a prepared statement about his social media activity, then took questions about only his quarterfinal loss.
Behind the scenes with the Yonex stringing team.
Stephanie Brantz meets the guys with possibly the most important job at the Australian Open - the Yonex racquet stringing team.
Is Alexander Zverev The Next Tennis Superstar?
The 20-year-old German superstar has everything going for him, but he falls apart at Grand Slams.
Forming a players' union goes beyond Djokovic and other top players
No one knows for sure what discussions were had in regard to forming a players' union, but one thing is for sure: A lot of players would benefit from one.
Djokovic denies calling for Aussie Open boycott
Novak Djokovic strongly denied claims he called for a boycott of next year's Australian Open and dismissed suggestions that players should form their own union in a bid to earn increased prize money at the four Grand Slam events.
Anna Kournikova's newborn twins
Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias, a notoriously private couple, finally seemed to confirm the news about the birth of their twins with adorable pictures on Instagram on Tuesday.
FOMO alert: Australia edition
Sure, they have to play in tournaments and practice, but tennis stars are making the most of their downtime. Just ask Eugenie Bouchard, CoCo Vandeweghe and Roger Federer.
Refreshed Fed arrives for Australian summer
Revitalised after a fortnight's family holiday in the Maldives, Roger Federer has arrived in Australia ready to embark on his milestone 20th year on the professional tennis tour.
Hyeon Chung ready to ditch obscurity for tennis fame
He doesn't dabble in social media and doesn't do much else to garner attention, but if Hyeon Chung keeps up his winning ways, he'll have no choice but to live a life of fame.