By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - This year's men's singles at Wimbledon promises to be the most open for a decade, according to Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez, who is quietly fancying his own chances of a deep run. While Roger Federer was winning a ninth Halle title on Sunday afternoon
By Simon Evans MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Johanna Konta heads to Wimbledon as the best hope Britain has had of a women’s champion in years but while a triumph would be treated as a national success, she is in many ways the epitome of the modern cosmopolitan tennis player. The WTA rankings are
Novak Djokovic is risking embarrassment in the high winds of Eastbourne this week to try to knock his tennis into shape before Wimbledon. John McEnroe fears Novak Djokovic’s burgeoning spirituality could be draining the Serb of his “killer instinct”.