1. Novak Djokovic Is Out for the Season With an Injured Elbow Sports, Today

    Djokovic will pull out of the United States Open and end his streak of participating in 51 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments.

  2. Peter Doohan Dies at 56; Had One of Wimbledon’s Biggest Upsets Sports, July 23

    Doohan, an Australian whose victory over Boris Becker came 30 years ago July 1, recently learned he had Lou Gehrig’s disease.

  3. Bethanie Mattek-Sands Is Upbeat After Gruesome Injury at Wimbledon Sports, July 22

    At a rehab session in Manhattan two weeks after she ruptured and dislocated her kneecap in a singles match, Mattek-Sands and her husband displayed some levity.

  4. Kim Clijsters Reflects on Career Ahead of Hall of Fame Induction Sports, July 21

    Clijsters, the winner of three U.S. Opens, will be inducted on Saturday with Andy Roddick, Monique Kalkman, Steve Flink and Vic Braden.

  5. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Duel, Once Again, for Supremacy Sports, July 17

    The veteran stars are battling for the No. 1 ranking and playing as if it were 2005.

  6. Fittingly, a Blister Hobbles Marin Cilic in the Wimbledon Final Sports, July 16

    The tournament was racked by injuries and retirements, with the casualties including Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.

  7. Roger Federer Wins Record-Breaking Eighth Wimbledon Title Sports, July 16

    Federer defeated Marin Cilic in straight sets, making him the man with the most singles titles at the tournament, and, at nearly 36, the oldest man to win it in the Open era.

  8. Inside the Royal Box at Wimbledon: Astronauts and V.I.P. Strawberries Sports, July 16

    Pulling back the curtain on “one of the most special experiences in sport.”...

  9. Claire Liu Ends Drought for American Women in Wimbledon Junior Singles Sports, July 15

    Liu, the No. 3 seed, defeated her unseeded compatriot, Ann Li, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. The last American woman to win a junior title was Chanda Rubin in 1992.

  10. Garbiñe Muguruza Wins Wimbledon, Defeating Venus Williams Sports, July 15

    A two-set victory made Muguruza, 23, the first Spanish woman to take the Wimbledon singles title since Conchita Martínez in 1994.

  11. Mild-Mannered Marin Cilic Prepares to Take on a Juggernaut Sports, July 14

    After Roger Federer narrowly beat him in last year’s quarterfinals, Cilic is ready to block Federer from a record 8th singles title.

  12. Wimbledon: Roger Federer and Marin Cilic Reach the Final Sports, July 14

    Federer is seeking his eighth Wimbledon title, while Cilic is in a Grand Slam final for the first time since winning the 2014 United States Open.

  13. Roger Federer and Marin Cilic Reach the Wimbledon Final Sports, July 14

    Federer is seeking his eighth Wimbledon title, while Cilic is in a Grand Slam final for the first time since winning the 2014 United States Open.

  14. Venus Williams, Defying Age and Skeptics, Reaches Wimbledon Final Sports, July 13

    Williams, 37, who has won seven major singles titles, is on the verge of what could be her most meaningful victory.

  15. Garbiñe Muguruza Sees Herself Among Wimbledon’s Winners Sports, July 13

    Muguruza wants a Spanish name among the champions again. Her temporary coach, Conchita Martínez, was the last Spanish woman to win the tournament, in 1994.

  16. ‘Underwear to Court 18’: Wimbledon Ensures Players Stick to the Code
    Sports, July 13

    A player in a boys’ singles match, Jurij Rodionov, was told to change into white undershorts on Thursday, as were three of the four players in a boys’ doubles match on Wednesday.

  17. Venus Williams and Garbiñe Muguruza Reach Wimbledon Final Sports, July 13

    Williams, the No. 10 seed, defeated the sixth-seeded Johanna Konta, 6-4, 6-2. The 14th-seeded Muguruza ousted Magdalena Rybarikova, 6-1, 6-1.

  18. Venus Williams and Garbiñe Muguruza Reach Wimbledon Final Sports, July 13

    Williams, the No. 10 seed, defeated the sixth-seeded Johanna Konta, 6-4, 6-2. The 14th-seeded Muguruza ousted Magdalena Rybarikova, 6-1, 6-1.

  19. The Day Virginia Wade Saw the Omens, and Won a Championship Sports, July 13

    In 1977, with the queen watching and Wimbledon commemorating its 100th year, Wade won her only singles title at the All England Club. Now, she’s cheering on another Briton.

  20. Wimbledon: Roger Federer Shapes Up as Man to Beat in Semifinals Sports, July 12

    The No. 3 seed, at nearly 36, will meet 11th-seeded Tomas Berdych for the right to face No. 7 Marin Cilic or No. 24 Sam Querrey for the title.

  21. Wimbledon: Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic Are Eliminated Sports, July 12

    Sam Querrey topped Murray and is the first American man to reach a Grand Slam singles semifinal since 2009. Djokovic retired with an arm injury.

  22. Sam Querrey Ousts Andy Murray at Wimbledon Sports, July 12

    By beating the top-seeded Murray, Querrey became the first American man to reach the semifinals of a Grand Slam tournament in singles since 2009.

  23. At Wimbledon, the Ageless Venus Williams Marches On Sports, July 11

    Williams, 37, defeated Jelena Ostapenko in the quarterfinals as she pursues her sixth and most improbable singles title at the All England Club.

  24. Johanna Konta Raises British Fans’ Hopes at Wimbledon Sports, July 11

    Konta will face Venus Williams in the semifinals, and the unseeded Magdalena Rybarikova, of Slovakia, will play Garbiñe Muguruza.

  25. Novak Djokovic Criticizes Wimbledon Officials After His Match Is Delayed Sports, July 11

    After he advanced to the quarterfinals of the tournament by defeating Adrian Mannarino on Tuesday, Djokovic aired numerous grievances about his Wimbledon experience.

  26. In a Cozy Setting at Wimbledon, the Women’s Game Suffers an Indignity Sports, July 10

    The match between top-seeded Angelique Kerber and No. 14 seed Garbiñe Muguruza was played on No. 2 Court, which seats only 4,000.

  27. Gilles Müller Upsets Rafael Nadal in Wimbledon Marathon Sports, July 10

    In a match that lasted nearly five hours, Müller, the No. 16 seed from Luxembourg, outlasted fourth-seeded Nadal, 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 15-13, to reach to quarterfinals.

  28. Top-Seeded Angelique Kerber Tumbles Out of Wimbledon Sports, July 10

    Kerber lost to Garbiñe Muguruza on a busy day that set the field for the quarterfinals. Venus Williams, Coco Vandeweghe and Simona Halep were among the winners.

  29. Truly ‘Manic Monday’ Awaits Amid Mad Scramble for the Women’s Title Sports, July 9

    With all fourth-round singles matches to be played in one day, the women’s draw is anyone’s for the taking.

  30. Agnieszka Radwanska Outperforming Her Expectations at Wimbledon Sports, July 9

    Radwanska, a perennial top 10 player who has reached the fourth round, was struggling to record wins this season, although she is seeded ninth.

  31. Roger Federer, Wimbledon’s Constant, Is Turning Back Time Sports, July 9

    Federer used a throwback approach, with serves-and-volleys and baseline rallies, to defeat Mischa Zverev in pursuit of his eighth title at the All England Club.

  32. Groundskeeper Vows Wimbledon Courts Will Hold Up Through Finals Sports, July 8

    Numerous players have complained about the condition of the courts, with unusually hot conditions producing familiar dusty ruts around the baselines.

  33. Bethanie Mattek-Sands to Have Surgery on Injured Knee Sports, July 8

    The 32-year-old doubles specialist plans to fly to New York to prepare for an operation to repair a dislocated kneecap and a ruptured patella tendon.

  34. Jelena Ostapenko’s Fans Don’t Cheer for Jelena. They Cheer for Alona. Sports, July 8

    According to her mother, the Latvian government wouldn’t let Jelena Ostapenko legally be named Alona. So now, she goes by two names.

  35. A Wimbledon Win in 4 Minutes 14 Seconds, if You Don’t Count Friday Sports, July 8

    After their fifth set was suspended because of darkness, Sam Querrey and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga returned to the court very briefly on Saturday.

  36. Venus Williams Lawfully Entered Intersection Before Crash, Police Say Sports, July 7

    New evidence contradicts earlier statements that the tennis player had run a red light before a fatal crash, the authorities said.

  37. Hear This Out: Cherish Silence From Coaches in the Stands Sports, July 7

    Coaches are increasingly being allowed to give instructions from the players’ box between points. But the sport already has too much chatter.

  38. In Johanna Konta, Britain Finds Hope for End of Women’s Title Drought Sports, July 7

    After Andy Murray ended a decades-long drought of British men winning the Britain-based event, the Australian-born No. 6 seed Konta could do the same.

  39. U.S. Open Will Test Countdown Clock and Coaching Rules Sports, July 6

    A 25-second clock and the permitting of coaching from the stands will be tried in the qualifying tournament and in some main-draw events.

  40. With ‘Nothing to Lose,’ Ernests Gulbis Flashes Former Top 10 Form Sports, July 6

    Gulbis, 28, a Latvian now ranked 589th, has struggled with attitudinal and physical issues since reaching the French Open semifinals in 2014.

  41. Serious Knee Injury Ends Bethanie Mattek-Sands’s Wimbledon Sports, July 6

    Mattek-Sands shouted “Help me!” after crumpling in her second-round singles match. She was seeded first in doubles with her partner, Lucie Safarova.

  42. Players Pull Out at Wimbledon, and Calls for Reform Flood In Sports, July 6

    Seven aborted matches in the first round of the men’s tournament — two of them back to back — dismayed fans and had players searching for solutions.

  43. Karolina Pliskova, a Wimbledon Favorite, Is Ousted Early Sports, July 6

    Pliskova, a 25-year-old Czech, was beaten by Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia, 3-6, 7-5, 6-2, who advanced to the third round.

  44. Amorous Ants Invade Wimbledon, Flying Onto Courts, Bags and Players Sports, July 5

    Flying Ant Day made its unwelcome arrival during second-round play at Wimbledon, adding a degree of difficulty to the matches.

  45. 30 Years Later, Pat Cash Helps Another Player Chase Wimbledon Dreams Sports, July 5

    In 1987, Cash scored his only major title at Wimbledon. Now a coach, he is back on court here, helping CoCo Vandeweghe, 25, achieve her full potential.

  46. Petra Kvitova Falters in the Second Round at Wimbledon Sports, July 5

    Kvitova, a two-time champion coming back after being badly hurt in a home invasion, looked sluggish against Madison Brengle, an American ranked 95th.

  47. Support for Murray That’s Loud, Clear and Nearly Out of ‘Trainspotting’ Sports, July 4

    Twitter posts by the author Irvine Welsh are often provocative, and the language is usually vulgar, but his admiration for top-ranked Andy Murray is clear.

  48. Bernard Tomic Was ‘a Little Bored’ at Wimbledon. He Played Like It. Sports, July 4

    Tomic surprised his opponent, Mischa Zverev, by seemingly checking out on his way to a loss Tuesday. Afterward, Tomic said he was bored on the court.

  49. In Comeback From Injury, Sloane Stephens Falls Short Against Alison Riske Sports, July 4

    Stephens, returning after sitting out 11 months with a foot injury, lost to Riske in the first round, but she was glad she was pain-free.

  50. At Wimbledon, Venus Williams’s Poker Face Is Contorted by Emotion Sports, July 3

    After a June 9 car crash that the police say was her fault resulted in the death of a 78-year-old man, questions about the event led Williams to break down.

  51. Venus Williams, at Wimbledon News Conference, ‘Speechless’ Over Fatal Crash Sports, July 3

    Williams briefly left the news conference after she tried to speak about a car accident she was involved in last month.

  52. Kvitova Gets First-Round Win at Wimbledon; Wawrinka Is Ousted Sports, July 3

    After her left hand was injured in a December home invasion, the two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has been making strides in her comeback.

  53. Bending, but Not Breaking, the All-White Dress Code Interactive, July 3

    Many players have come up with original ways to stand out from the pack on Wimbledon’s grass courts.

  54. Bending, But Not Breaking, the All-White Dress Code Interactive, July 3

    Many players have come up with original ways to stand out from the pack on Wimbledon’s grass courts.

  55. From the Quiet of Wimbledon, the Loud Groan of the Crowd Sports, July 2

    Because of the hushed atmosphere at Wimbledon, players are more likely to hear the groans of the crowd when they miss a shot.

  56. Wimbledon Marks a 50-Year Milestone With a Players Reunion Special Sections, July 2

    It was five decades ago that the ground was laid for open tennis at Wimbledon, when eight professionals were invited to play on the amateurs’ grass court.

  57. Petra Kvitova Keeps Her Wimbledon Expectations Low. Oddsmakers Disagree. Sports, July 1

    Kvitova, coming off a victory last Sunday, is a 5-1 favorite to win a third singles crown even as she is still recovering from a knife attack.

  58. Wimbledon: 6 Players to Watch Sports, June 30

    These contenders for the third Grand Slam tournament of the year could emerge thanks to Serena Williams’s absence and Andy Murray’s cold streak.

  59. Venus Williams Faces Wrongful-Death Suit in Crash Sports, June 30

    The tennis star, who is preparing to play at Wimbledon, has been found at fault in the accident that killed Jerome Barson in Florida.

  60. Wimbledon Draw Reveals a Tough Path for Andy Murray Sports, June 30

    The top seed and defending champion, who has had a disquieting lead-up to his country’s biggest tournament, faces a tricky path on the way to the finals.

  61. Wimbledon’s Qualifying Tournament Is 3½ Miles and a World Away Sports, June 29

    Amenities? Aura? For players trying to make the main draw, no such pleasures exist.

  62. Venus Williams Is Found at Fault in Fatal Crash Sports, June 29

    The police report said that Williams, who is expected to play at Wimbledon next week, was to blame for the crash.

  63. Rafael Nadal Hopes to Regain Past Success on Wimbledon Grass Sports, June 28

    Nadal is playing some of the best tennis of his life at age 31. But to conquer Wimbledon, which he last won in 2010, he must recapture his youth.

  64. Plan to Combine Fed and Davis Cup Finals Could Alter Tennis Landscape Sports, June 28

    The I.T.F.’s board approved a plan to stage the final phases of the Davis Cup men’s team competition and the Fed Cup women’s team tournament together the next three years.