1. Andy Murray Returns From Hip Surgery With a Title Sports, June 23

    Murray capped a remarkable week 146 days after hip surgery that he hoped would save his career. In January he had indicated he was planning to retire after Wimbledon because of severe pain.

  2. The Bronx Will Host a Pro Tennis Tournament in August Sports, June 17

    Professional tennis is returning to Crotona Park: a women’s event the week before the United States Open.

  3. While the Women’s Game Is in Upheaval, the Big 3 Men Still Dominate Sports, June 10

    Djokovic, Nadal and Federer are still crushing in their thirties. But who knows who will win the next women’s event?

  4. How Rafael Nadal Beat Roger Federer in 3 Sets at the French Open Sports, June 7

    Nadal will play for his 12th title at Roland Garros after defeating his longtime rival, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.

  5. Coach Brings Fresh Ideas to Nadal’s 39th Match With Federer Sports, June 6

    Ahead of a Friday semifinal at the French Open, Carlos Moyá explained the challenges Rafael Nadal has faced in recent years and how, like Roger Federer, he had revived his career.

  6. 2019 French Open: Djokovic and Thiem Complete a Top-Heavy Final Four Sports, June 6

    By winning on Thursday, No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 4 Dominic Thiem joined No. 2 Rafael Nadal and No. 3 Roger Federer in the semifinals.

  7. Amanda Anisimova and Ashleigh Barty Reach French Open Semifinals Sports, June 6

    Anisimova, a 17-year-old American, and Barty, a 23-year-old Australian, are among the last four at a Grand Slam event for the first time.

  8. When a Tennis Match Goes Five Sets, Count on Kei Nishikori Sports, June 4

    After his victory over Benoît Paire in the fourth round at Roland Garros, Nishikori had a 23-6 record in five-set matches, one of the top marks of the Open era.

  9. What to Watch Today at the French Open Sports, June 4

    The quarterfinals begin with a Roland Garros reunion for old friends from Switzerland.

  10. Amanda Anisimova Gains Milestone on a Day When Other Surprising Runs End Sports, June 3

    The women who beat Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka bowed out in the fourth round. But Anisimova, 17, reached a major quarterfinal for the first time.

  11. Match-Fixing Whistle-Blower Goes From Feel-Good Story to Pariah Sports, June 2

    Marco Trungelliti charmed the French Open last year as the luckiest lucky loser. But he has spent much of the year since isolated and ostracized.

  12. 2019 French Open: Naomi Osaka and Simona Halep Survive Sports, May 28

    Osaka, the world’s No. 1 player, fought back from the brink of a first-round upset, while Halep, the defending champion, also went three sets in her opener.