T/tennis

  1. An Amateur’s Hour Sports, February 11

    Jack Ming Jie Lin, a Columbia tennis player, will miss class on Tuesday. He has a good excuse.

  2. Australia Ousts United States From Fed Cup With Decisive Doubles Win Sports, February 10

    Ashleigh Barty and Priscilla Hon beat Danielle Collins and Nicole Melichar in straight sets to send Australia to the semifinals.

  3. The Davis Cup Finalists Are Set, and Colombia Joins Them at Last Sports, February 2

    The 12 winners in qualifying this weekend will join the six automatic qualifiers in November in Madrid.

  4. Andy Murray Has Another Hip Surgery; His Future in Tennis Remains Unclear Sports, January 29

    Murray had said the Australian Open might be the final event of his career.

  5. Novak Djokovic Passes His Idol and Sets a New Target: Roger Federer Sports, January 27

    Djokovic broke a tie with Pete Sampras for third-most men’s Grand Slam titles by winning his 15th — the Australian Open — on Sunday. Federer’s record of 20 is within sight.

  6. Naomi Osaka, on a Major Roll, Defeats Petra Kvitova to Win the Australian Open Sports, January 26

    Osaka, 21, has now won two straight Grand Slam titles and moved to the top of the world rankings.

  7. Second Slam Title Signals Naomi Osaka Has the Power to Rule Tennis Sports, January 26

    Osaka, 21, has now won two straight Grand Slam titles and moved to the top of the world rankings.

  8. Another Source of Conflict in Tennis: Are You Up or Down on Doubles? Sports, January 25

    Jack Sock is the world’s second-ranked doubles player, but he is reluctant to fully embrace that side of his game.

  9. Two Women Who Stuck With It Win Aussie Doubles Crown Sports, January 25

    Sam Stosur made up for a loss in the doubles final 13 years ago. Her partner, Zhang Shuai, nearly quit the sport in 2016. Now the two are Grand Slam champions.

  10. Djokovic and Nadal Are Set for Another Epic Duel Down Under Sports, January 25

    The top-ranked player on the men’s tennis tour and a six-time winner in Melbourne, Djokovic now faces the player he thinks of as his greatest rival.

  11. Rafael Nadal, Playing a ‘Different Dimension of Tennis,’ Returns to Australian Open Final Sports, January 24

    In a match billed as a battle of generations, Nadal overwhelmed 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas, who was playing in his first Grand Slam semifinal.

  12. 1 Point Away, Serena Stunned by Pliskova at Australian Open Sports, January 22

    Four times, Serena Williams was only one point — a single point — from closing out a victory in the Australian Open quarterfinals.

  13. Reintroducing Frances Tiafoe, the New Mr. Upset of the Australian Open Sports, January 20

    The 21-year-old American upended Grigor Dimitrov for his latest surprise victory in Melbourne. And now the fans are paying attention.