T/tennis

  1. Where Have All the American Tennis Tournaments Gone? Sports, April 15

    The decline in the number of tournaments in the U.S. corresponds with the decline in the number of highly ranked Americans and the growth of tennis in Europe and Asia.

  2. Miami Open: Roger Federer and John Isner Fend Off Phenoms to Reach Final Sports, March 29

    Federer, 37, defeated 19-year-old Denis Shapovalov, and John Isner, the defending champion, got past 18-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime.

  3. Felix Auger-Aliassime, 18, Leads Youth Movement at the Miami Open Sports, March 28

    Felix Auger-Aliassime, a Canadian qualifier, is the youngest man to reach the semifinals in the tournament’s history.

  4. Roger Federer Rolls On in His Quest for the Miami Open Title Sports, March 27

    After cruising past Daniil Medvedev, Federer will face off against Kevin Anderson in his quest to win this tournament for the first time since 2017.

  5. Acknowledging Distractions, Novak Djokovic Loses at Miami Open Sports, March 26

    Seemingly on a roll after winning the Australian Open, Djokovic, who has been embroiled in a back-room ATP imbroglio, stumbled for the second time in two weeks.

  6. At the Miami Open, Latin American Players Feel at Home Sports, March 26

    The South Florida tennis tournament has developed into the de facto Latin American Slam, drawing passionate fans from the region and its diasporas.

  7. Roger Federer Advances and Bianca Andreescu Retires at Miami Open Sports, March 25

    Federer got off to a slow start before crushing Filip Krajinovic. Andreescu, coming off a win at the BNP Paribas Open, pulled out because of a shoulder injury.

  8. The Osakas’ Brief Sister Act at the Miami Open Sports, March 21

    Mari Osaka, ranked 338th, is the big sister of Naomi, and she got a wild-card entry, playing her first WTA main draw match on Thursday. She acquitted herself well in a 6-2, 6-4 loss.