T/tennis

  1. Rash of Coronavirus Cases Poses Early Challenge for the Australian Open Sports, Yesterday

    With several positive tests among people arriving from abroad, and a strict quarantine, the Australian Open is not going the way organizers expected it would.

  2. With Positive Tests, Australia’s Summer of Pro Tennis Has a Rocky Start Sports, January 16

    After some passengers on charter flights tested positive for the coronavirus, 72 players will not be allowed to practice for two weeks.

  3. Andy Murray’s Australian Open Said to Be in Doubt After Positive Test Sports, January 14

    Murray reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus just before he was to leave for Melbourne, where strict quarantine rules await all players.

  4. Tennis Players Mull Competition or Rest at Start of New Season Sports, January 10

    With the Australian Open looming, the first big decision for 2021 contenders was whether to play in the first tennis tournaments of the year.

  5. Another Top U.S. Tennis Tournament Is Postponed Because of the Coronavirus Sports, December 29

    The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, Calif., hopes to move to later in the year.

  6. Knee Problems Prompt Roger Federer to Skip the Australian Open Sports, December 28

    The 20-time Grand Slam champion had two knee surgeries in 2020. He wants to come back, but it remains unclear when he will play.

  7. Knee Problems Prompt Roger Federer to Skip the Australian Open Sports, December 28

    The 20-time Grand Slam champion had two knee surgeries in 2020. He wants to come back, but it remains unclear when he will play.

  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.