Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam singles champion, fired back Monday at John McEnroe's remark that she would only rank about 700th on the men's tennis circuit.
NTTF to leverage on existing template, says Tikon
Newly elected President of the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), Ishiaku Tikon has promised that the body will take advantage of the template set by his predecessor to attain great heights.
Timing key for Eastbourne wildcard Djokovic
Novak Djokovic on Monday credited perfect timing on his decision to seek a wild card at Eastbourne for the struggling Serb's first Wimbledon warm-up event in seven years.
Nigeria, Egypt, others battle for spot at ITTF World Cup
The two giants of Africa’s table tennis, Nigeria and Egypt, will be competing at this year’s International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Africa Cup holding on July 1 in Agadir, Morocco. The three-day competition earlier scheduled for Mozambique, will serve as qualifications for the ITTF World Cup in the continent for winners in the men and…
Federer wins in Germany, Lopez prevails in London
Roger Federer swept aside Alexander Zverev in the finals of the Gerry Weber tournament in Halle, Germany, while Feliciano Lopez outlasted Marin Cilic in a titanic battle at the Aegon Championships in London.
Kvitova reaches her first grass final since Wimbledon 2014
Petra Kvitova took a big step forwards to convincing herself that she can make a full recovery when she reached the final of the Aegon Classic by outplaying her exhausted friend and Czech compatriot Lucie Safarova.
Eight-time champion Federer eases into 13th Halle semi-final
Roger Federer eased closer to a ninth title at the Halle grass court tournament on Friday when he demolished defending champion Florian Mayer of Germany 6-3, 6-4 in the quarter-finals.
It is a European affair
As the two major preparatory tournaments grind towards their conclusion in London and Halle, it is an all-continental Europe show. The absence of Andy Murray adds a greater symbolism at a time the political leadership...
Tsonga latest star to slump at Queen's
After Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic all endured shock first-round defeats on Tuesday, it was Tsonga's turn to suffer a surprise second-round exit.