Men's world number one Novak Djokovic has resigned as President of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Players Council to form a new players' association, leading to criticism from some high-profile players and tennis bodies.
Swiss tennis star Roger Federer has targeted a medal at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Federer, Djokovic and Murray backing campaign to get wheelchair tennis restored to US Open programme
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are backing a campaign by Australia's 10-time Grand Slam champion Dylan Alcott to get wheelchair tennis restored to the programme for this year's US Open in New York City, he has revealed.
Swiss tennis player Belinda Bencic is hopeful she will still play in the Olympic mixed doubles event at Tokyo 2020 with Roger Federer, despite the postponement of the Games until 2021.
Roger Federer has donated $1 million (£826,000/€924,000) to provide meals for families in Africa affected by school closures in place to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Just wondering, perhaps Roger Federer had thought a lot more about a proposed merger between the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) than he let on before pressing send on a tweet earlier this week.
A proposal from 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer to merge the governing bodies of men's and women's professional tennis has received a mixed response from current and former players.
Roger Federer, widely regarded as one of the world's greatest ever tennis players, has said he thinks now is the time for the governing bodies that run men's and women's professional tennis to merge.
Some of the world's best tennis players have donated large sums of money to help aid the relief of the pandemic surrounding coronavirus.
Roger Federer will miss this year’s French Open after having knee surgery.
Roger Federer survived another five-set marathon and Ashleigh Barty kept dreams of a home champion alive on a pulsating first day of quarter-finals at the Australian Open.
Mike Rowbottom: All is clear - Millman did/did not break the rules in order to speed up/slow down his serve against Federer
Upon reflection, the facts surrounding the 'ball-tampering' row involving home tennis player John Millman at the Australian Open this week seem quite clear.
Australian sport is in the middle of another row over ball-tampering - this time with tennis player John Millman at the centre following his five-set defeat to Roger Federer at the Australian Open.
Swissmint has announced it is dedicating a commemorative coin to Swiss tennis icon Roger Federer – the first living person to receive the honour.