Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal could be set to face each other online after the cancelled Madrid Open tennis tournament announced it will run a virtual competition later this month.
Mahesh Bhupathi tweeted an adorable video of her niece amid the 21-day nationwide lockdown.
Wimbledon chiefs pulled the plug on the oldest Grand Slam tournament on Wednesday in response to the continued chaos caused by the pandemic.
Even as indoor courts at the National Tennis center were being used as a makeshift coronavirus hospital facility, the US Tennis Association said it will monitor the pandemic and alter plans as needed.
Wimbledon chiefs on Wednesday cancelled the Grand Slam for the first time since World War II as the coronavirus wreaks further havoc on the global sporting calendar.
Wimbledon, in leafy southwest London, is due to run for two weeks from June 29, with Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep set to defend their singles titles.
Patrick McEnroe said in a video posting on Twitter that he was tested at a drive-up facility in Westchester County, the New York suburb where a major outbreak took place.
Wimbledon organisers have ruled out playing the two-week tournament, slated to run from June 29 to July 12, behind closed doors.
Roger Federer is practicing trick shots at home to bide his time during the quarantine forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has raised Rs 1.25 crore to help people as India continues its fight against coronavirus pandemic.
Dirk Hordorff, vice-president of the German tennis federation, has claimed that Wimbledon will be cancelled and slammed the French Tennis Federation for moving the French Open to the autumn.
Naomi Osaka said on Twitter that she thinks the Tokyo Olympics will be better for moving to next year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Spanish sports stars Rafael Nadal and Pau Gasol launched a fund-raising drive on Thursday explaining they wanted to give something back to the coronavirus hit nation that nurtured them to greatness.
The men's ATP and women's WTA Tours have been suspended until June 7, with the French Open postponed and Wimbledon facing possible postponement or even cancellation.
With the coronavirus pandemic creating havoc around the world, Roger Federer came out to provide support to most vulnerable families in Switzerland.
Eugenie Bouchard requested her fans to stop sending "dating resumes" following one of her tweets that read "quarantine would be a lot more fun with a boyfriend".
Serena Williams, 23-time Grand Slam champion, posted a series of videos on TikTok describing her concerns for her 2-year-old daughter, Olympia.
Indian tennis players, forced out of Pro Tour due to the health crisis triggered by COVID-19, are utilising their time to work on career beyond tennis.