Wimbledon and LTA face a decision on whether to lift the ban on Russians and Belarusians

Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka won the Australian Open women’s singles title in January The Australian Open women’s singles trophy bears the name of Aryna Sabalenka, but not of Belarus – her country of birth. The new champion was playing as a neutral athlete in Melbourne last month, just as all Russians and Belarusians have been since … Read more

“What a clown that referee is”

Tennis fans lashed out at the chair umpire who officiated a match at the Tenerife Challenger 2 tournament on Wednesday, February 1, for urging the players not to scream during the contest. Rodriguez Taverna locked horns with Roberto Marcora in the second round of the Challenger tournament held in Spain. During the first set of … Read more

No. 11 Baylor men’s tennis looks to stay hot at home versus No. 4 Michigan

Head coach Michael Woodson (middle) discusses the game plan with sophomore Ethan Muza (left) and freshman Luc Koenig (right) during doubles play of a non-conference match against No. 9 Florida State University on Jan. 28 in the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. Kenneth Prabhakar | Photo Editor By Foster Nicholas | Sports Writer After qualifying for … Read more

No. 20 Cal hosts UCLA, no. 8 Pepperdine

Catharyn Hayne / KLC photos Makenna Thiel and the Bears continue their season-opening, seven-game homestand this weekend. WTEN2/1/2023 3:29 PM | By: Cal Athletics BERKELEY – The 20th-ranked California women’s tennis team faces a Southern California tandem this weekend when the Golden Bears host UCLA and No. 8 Pepperdine at the Hellman Tennis Complex. The … Read more