Now that the young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas is officially a tennis star after the French Open, you should learn how to say his name correctly.
Djokovic, the No. 1 seed in the tournament, was trailing Pablo Carreño Busta, 6-5, in the first set of a fourth-round match.
The 22-year-old tennis superstar plans to honor the memory of others who have died to raise awareness about racial injustice and Black Lives Matter.
Despite speculation Rafael Nadal would attend the US Open, the current tournament champion announced Tuesday he would not travel to the U.S. to play.
Someone reportedly spray-painted "White Lives Matter" and "WLM" on various parts of the statue on Wednesday morning.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club reportedly paid $2 million per year for nearly two decades for pandemic insurance, but received a healthy return by canceling in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tennis icon Billie Jean King is the latest woman to become a Barbie in the toy's Inspiring Women series.
Novak Djokovic, the No.1–ranked tennis player in the world, was recently seen in his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia, playing street tennis with three kids.
"I found it a bit tough," He added. "It's not like I'm known to throw around words and whatever. It's not like the whole stadium heard it either, but no problem, I'll accept it," Federer said of the violation.
The first Democratic debate of the year has come and gone and now is the time to enjoy the 24 glorious days there will be before the next debate.
The former world tennis number one won her first prize in three years in Melbourne and has said she will donate the prize money to help fund bushfire relief efforts.
Osaka, who was raised in the U.S. by her Japanese mother and Haitian father, announced her decision on Tuesday ahead of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
"These people are here for you. You're amazing," Osaka told Gauff before their viral post match joint interview.
"Oh to have the confidence of a mediocre white man," tweeted one commenter on a new YouGov poll about Serena Williams.
After the match, Williams questioned whether she should have stayed silent but after speaking with Osaka, she realized she needed to continue fighting against injustice.
Twitter users accused the men of "repulsive racism" and branded their actions "disgusting."
Williams was docked for verbal abuse, breaking her racquet and for calling out tournament umpire Carlos Ramos.
"Olympia doesn't celebrate birthdays. We're Jehovah's Witnesses, so we don't do that."
It's a Duchess day out.
The photo depicted the Telfair County High School tennis team on a school bus, reportedly after the team lost in the state tournament.
"I don't usually have much interest in sharing my injuries," Sharapova wrote.