Moments after Serena Williams won her seventh Wimbledon title, she proudly raised her fist in a black power salute.
BOONE, N.C. (AP) A North Carolina college men’s tennis coach has been suspended after one of his players made a racially charged comment to an opposing player.
MIAMI (AP) While the Miami Open is giving up its picturesque island setting for suburban sprawl, the tennis tournament’s new home will include a 13,800-seat showcase court in the Miami Dolphins’ stadium and 29 permanent outer courts, with the l…
MIAMI (AP) The Miami Open tennis tournament has won permission to move to the Miami Dolphins’ stadium, with the kickoff planned in 2019.
MIAMI (AP) An agreement to move the Miami Open to the Miami Dolphins’ stadium is in jeopardy because of a previously undisclosed audit concerning how much money the tennis tournament owes Miami-Dade County.
MIAMI (AP) Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has moved closer to bringing a championship to his stadium – in tennis.
Although the European season isn’t over yet, there are already 143 men who have won at least $1 million in prize money this year on golf’s PGA Tour in the US and the European Tour. The 24-year-old American Justin Thomas tops the PGA Tour money list for 2017 with $9.9 million from competing in 25 events and winning five titles. By contrast, 49 men have won at least $1 million on tennis’ ATP World Tour this season. Reigning French Open and US Open champion Rafael Nadal leads the money list with $12.6 million in on-court earnings. Roger Federer may have won 19 tennis grand slam titles – the most out of anyone in the men’s game – and a whopping $109,853,682 in prize money, yet he still trails 14-time
NEW YORK (AP) The police officer who tackled former pro tennis player James Blake in a mistaken arrest filed a defamation lawsuit Monday against the athlete, the police department and the watchdog group prosecuting his misconduct case.
NEW YORK (AP) The internal disciplinary trial of a police officer who tackled retired pro tennis player James Blake concluded Tuesday, but the public – and even Blake – might never learn the details of any punishment.
NEW YORK (AP) The internal disciplinary trial of a police officer who tackled retired pro tennis player James Blake and slammed him to the ground in a mistaken arrest concluded Tuesday, but the public and even Blake aren’t entitled to the detai…