T/tennis

  1. French Open Is Delayed a Week Sports, April 8

    The tournament will begin May 30, about two weeks after France is expected to ease its current national lockdown.

  2. With Biggest Stars Absent, Miami Open Serves Up Some Chaos Sports, April 4

    Top men’s seeds and Naomi Osaka fell earlier than expected, but there was some normalcy: Ashleigh Barty won in women’s singles, successfully defending her title.

  3. With Biggest Stars Absent, Miami Open Serves Up Some Chaos Sports, April 4

    Top men’s seeds and Naomi Osaka fell earlier than expected, but there was some normalcy: Ashleigh Barty won in women’s singles, successfully defending her title.

  4. In Tennis, Tough Decisions as Players Adjust to Shrunken Paydays Sports, April 1

    With less money to be won, many players are working harder than ever, especially those not lucky enough to have million-dollar endorsement portfolios.

  5. A Big Tennis Tournament Is Happening in Miami. Really. Sports, March 24

    The Miami Open is the lone significant North American tennis event before late summer, and a glimpse of what the sport might look like for the foreseeable future.

  6. A Brief Australian Open Recap: Osaka Beats Brady Interactive, February 20

    Naomi Osaka won her fourth Grand Slam singles championship on Saturday by defeating Jennifer Brady 6-4, 6-3 at the Australian Open. Here’s how she did it.

  7. The Other Serena at the Australian Open Interactive, February 19

    Ever wished you could be a ball kid at a tennis tournament? Here’s what Serena Aponso’s days are like. (And yes, she’s named after Serena Williams.)

  8. How, and When, to Watch the U.S. Open Interactive, September 6

    Tennis has returned. Here’s what to expect for the rest of the month.