By Elaine Donnelly
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The chief executive of British tennis' governing body is stepping down at the end of September after seven years in the role.
Tennis rivals don't normally get messages from their opponent's mother wishing them well in the next round. Particularly after a defeat.
One of the things Sloane Stephens likes about winning at the Australian Open is that her tech-savvy grandparents can keep watching her from back home.
Kimiko Date-Krumm is the oldest woman in the Australian Open draw at 42, with some competitors less than half her age still in high school.
Trying to get back to the U.S. Open quarterfinals for the first time since winning the 2006 title, Maria Sharapova found herself trailing in the final set against Nadia Petrova when some rain came.
Laura Robson ran into a camera crew when she stepped outside her hotel before heading to the U.S. Open on Sunday.
Thanks in part to a little pep talk, Maria Sharapova returned to the U.S. Open quarterfinals for the first time since winning the title in 2006.
Laura Robson dissolved into giggles at a reference to British boy band One Direction.
Not accustomed to losing the last point at the U.S. Open, Kim Clijsters picked up her bag, waved and bid adieu to the fans in Arthur Ashe Stadium — summoning up a melancholy smile before making her way to the tunnel.
Four-time Grand Slam champion Kim Clijsters played what she has said will be her last match, losing in the second round of the U.S. Open to Laura Robson.
Andy Murray stood with the Union Jack draped over his shoulders, an Olympic gold medal around his neck, flanked by the man he had just beaten, Roger Federer, and basking in the roar of the Centre Court crowd.
Petra Kvitova is closing in on another landmark at the Australian Open, seven months after her first Grand Slam title.
Maria Sharapova, a three-time Grand Slam champion, was not the player receiving the unconditional adulation from the fans at Wimbledon on Friday.
Andy Murray showed off his new favorite trick shot to an enraptured Centre Court crowd Friday.
"She's an awesome girl. She's pretty. I mean, what more do you want?" she said. "She's obviously a good player. We're going to have a rivalry, all that good stuff."
"I felt something in my shoulder yesterday, but we still don't know what it is because I haven't had time to see the doctor or anything yet," said a subdued Robson, who had upset 2011 Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in a three-hour match on Thursday.