Why are there no known gay tennis players on the ATP? “Maybe there are, but they are afraid, this is a macho sport”.
PARIS - There is one thing that separates the WTA from the ATP, one aspect in which they are very different: on the women's tennis tour there are players who are openly lesbian. In the men's tennis tour, no player
Tension in the stands, tension in the press room: the temperature is rising and rising at Roland Garros.
PARIS - In the middle of the night in Paris, an American tennis player gives the French crowd the silent signal and is dismissed with a thunderous boo. In the middle of the day, a journalist tells a Russian tennis
When news began to circulate in 2021 that tennis would be portrayed in depth on Netflix, many rubbed their hands together. The precedent of "Drive to Survive", an engaging immersion into the world of Formula 1, allowed for excitement. In
MELBOURNE - The scene is heartbreaking, not just for Nadal fans, but for any tennis follower. Rafael Nadal leaves Australia, injured, walking to the locker room through the hall of champions of the Rod Laver Arena as he has rarely
Djokovic and Nadal still have the advantage in long matches, but it should be the other way around! – Mats Wilander discusses tennis
When you sit down with Mats Wilander to talk tennis, there's one thing you can be sure of: whether he gets it right or wrong, his predictions and analysis will be sharp, interesting and entertaining. "He's starving! After what happened in
SYDNEY - The North Americans keep laughing and cracking jokes at the press conference, with the cup glittering in the middle. "The champs are here," Frances Tiafoe repeats over and over. Jessica Pegula can't concentrate in front of the reporters amid
SYDNEY - "Djokovic not playing? I didn't know that." Taylor Fritz smiles when he is told that Novak Djokovic won't be able to play Indian Wells, the tournament the top-ranked U.S. player has to defend in March. "There is my
When Taylor Fritz was a teenager, he only saw four or five players capable of winning a Grand Slam. Today, the North-American sees the picture differently: "Big titles are more winnable than they used to be." In an in-depth interview with CLAY,
The scenario facing men's tennis in the twilight of 2022 is as unusual as the season itself: the number one will be a teenager who can witness his achievement from his armchair at home, or a veteran who was on