23 Mar 2015
Sydney: Suresh Raina is pulling out all stops to kill his inner demons by spending a lengthy time at the nets, trying to counter the rising deliveries by facing powerful "tennis serves".
23 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Nine sporting disciplines – including athletics, hockey and shooting -- were on Monday upgraded to the newly-introduced 'high priority' category in the latest classification undertaken by the Sports Ministry which will ensure central funding for their national and zonal events.
21 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: Big-serving Milos Raonic fought back from a set down and saved three match points to upset Rafa Nadal 4-6, 7-6(10), 7-5 in a pulsating quarter-final at the BNP Paribas Open on Friday.
20 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: Top-seeded Serb Novak Djokovic was gifted a place in the BNP Paribas Open semi-finals when Australian Bernard Tomic pulled out of their quarter-final on Thursday, citing a back injury.
20 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: Sabine Lisicki staved off three match points before battling into the last four at the BNP Paribas Open on Thursday, the German edging out defending champion Flavia Pennetta 6-4 6-7(3) 7-6(4) in an enthralling contest.
17 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: Fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki became the biggest name to fall by the wayside in the women's event at the BNP Paribas Open when she was ousted 6-4 6-4 by Swiss teenager Belinda Bencic on Monday.
12 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: Though Roger Federer has not won a grand slam singles title since he claimed the Wimbledon crown in 2012, the Swiss master believes he is playing some of the best tennis of his career at the age of 33.
11 Mar 2015
Sydney: Australia have decided to play July's Davis Cup quarter-final against Kazakhstan on grass in the tropical northern city of Darwin, Tennis Australia said on Wednesday.
13 Mar 2015
Indian Wells: The French Open is the only grand slam title to have eluded Novak Djokovic and the steely-eyed Serb has adopted a philosophy of reverse psychology in a bid to claim the coveted crown at Roland Garros.
02 Mar 2015
Buenos Aires: Rafa Nadal wants tournament organisers to maintain the tradition of clay courts on the Tour and said the growing number of events switching to harder surfaces could increase the injury risk to players long after they finish their careers.