Why is the Serve-and-Volley Game Extinct in Today's Tennis? | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

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Australian Open runner-up Daniil Medvedev described Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal as cyborgs of tennis after suffering his second Grand Slam final defeat.

Nick Kyrgios has said he did not miss tennis or most of his fellow players ahead of his return to action at an Australian Open warm-up event next week.

Andy Murray will not play in next week's Dubai Tennis Championships after his wife Kim Sears gave birth to their fourth child.

Nick Kyrgios, who has been placed on probation by the governing body of men's tennis over his behaviour, hit out at Norwegian player Casper Ruud on Twitter on Thursday.

Danielle Collins has been dismissed from the World Team Tennis event in West Virginia for breaking coronavirus protocols.

Arriving in England from Jamaica in the early sixties, table tennis was the furthest thing from the mind of a bright-eyed, five-year-old Desmond Douglas.

Belgium tennis player Elise Mertens opens up to Sky Sports' Raz Mirza about her life in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic and she reflects on her US Open doubles success alongside Aryna Sabalenka as well as Kim Clijsters' comeback.

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US tennis player Tennys Sandgren was granted permission to board a chartered flight bound for the Australian Open despite testing positive for coronavirus.

On what has been a throwback year for men's tennis, Rafael Nadal became King of New York while Sloane Stephens played an equally starring role by landing an unexpected maiden Grand Slam title.

In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, US male tennis star Frances Tiafoe discusses fighting for racial justice, emulating Arthur Ashe and following in the footsteps of Venus and Serena Williams.

Dominika Cibulkova, a former world No 4 and Australian Open runner-up, has announced her retirement from professional tennis.

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