1. Coco Gauff, 15, Wins Her First Singles Title Sports, October 13

    Gauff, the American tennis phenom, defeated Jelena Ostapenko, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2, in Linz, Austria, to add another highlight to her breakout season.

  2. A Big Step by Coco Gauff, Huge Leaps for a Tennis Youth Movement Sports, October 11

    On Friday, Gauff reached her first singles semifinal, and the next generation upset Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

  3. In Tennis, Men and Women Are United in Looming Prize-Money Fight Sports, October 11

    The players’ battle for a bigger piece of the pie at Grand Slam events is not a new one. What distinguishes the latest campaign is that it is a joint effort by men and women.

  4. Osaka vs. Andreescu: Tennis Rivalry in the Making? Sports, October 4

    Naomi Osaka beat Bianca Andreescu in Beijing on Friday in the first of what tennis fans hope will be many matches between the young stars.

  5. David Haggerty Will Remain I.T.F. President Sports, September 27

    He won re-election with more than 60 percent of the vote. He will lead the International Tennis Federation through 2023.

  6. Nick Kyrgios Gets Six Months’ Probation From ATP Tour Sports, September 26

    Found to have committed a “major offense” to the tour’s code of conduct, he will not serve an immediate suspension. Instead, he is expected to begin a probationary period on Monday.

  7. 70 Countries and Counting: On the Tennis Governance Campaign Trail Sports, September 26

    Dave Miley used a windfall to visit 70 countries, by his count, to try to sell himself as an outsider candidate in a fractious period in tennis governance.

  8. Federer and Nadal Make Laver Cup Shine, for Now, on a Crowded Calendar Sports, September 23

    The three-year-old event is one of three national team events in men’s tennis, and its survival might depend on whether future generations can match Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s passion.