- Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic Loses Second Semifinal Of The Day In Mixed Doubles
Tennis ace Novak Djokovic's hope of winning an Olympics gold were put on hold after he suffered his second semi-final defeat in the mixed doubles alongside Nina Stojanovic.
- Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic Romps Into Last Four As Belinda Bencic Reaches Final
Tokyo Olympics: World No.1 Novak Djokovic eased into the men's singles semi-final by defeating Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-2, 6-0 while Switzerland's Belinda Bencic made the women's singles final and booked a clash with Marketa Vondrousova.
- Tokyo Olympics: Spanish Tennis Player Leaves Court In Wheelchair Due To Heatstroke
Tokyo Olympics: Spain's tennis player Paula Badosa left the court in wheelchair after suffering heatstroke in her quarterfinal match against Marketa Vondrousova in women's single category.
- Tokyo Olympics: Japan's Naomi Osaka Makes Shock Exit In Third Round
Japan's Naomi Osaka suffered a shock loss to Marketa Vondrousova in the third round of the Tokyo Games, crushing her dreams of winning Olympic gold on home soil.
- Tokyo OIympics: Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka Cruise As Women's Seeds Tumble
Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic eased into the third round in men's singles tennis on Monday while Naomi Osaka, too, raced into the last 16 in women's singles with a second win in as many days.
- Tokyo Olympics: Sumit Nagal Knocked Out By World Number Two Daniil Medvedev
India's Sumit Nagal has been knocked out of Tokyo Olympics by world number two Daniil Medvedev in the men's tennis singles second round.
- Tokyo Games: Spain's Tennis Player Carla Suarez Navarro Earns First Win Since Cancer Recovery
Tokyo Olympics: Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro registered her first win since recovering from cancer when she defeated Tunisia's Ons Jabeur in the first round on Sunday.
- India's Sumit Nagal To Face Denis Istomin In Opening Round At Tokyo Olympics
Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal will face Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin in the opening round of the men's singles event at the Tokyo Olympics, starting on Friday.
- AITA To Refer Rohan Bopanna's Recording Act To Ethics Committee, Makes Public Correspondence With ITF
AITA has decided to refer Rohan Bopanna's recording to the ethics committee, and has also revealed its complete correspondence with the ITF.
- "They Just Don't Care": Mahesh Bhupathi Slams AITA In Olympic Qualification Row
Tokyo Olympics: The absence of Rohan Bopanna from the Indian tennis contingent for the Tokyo Games has not gone down well with the players, with Bopanna, Sania Mirza and now Mahesh Bhupathi taking up the issue.
- Tokyo Olympics: Tennis Hopes Rest On The Pair Of Sania Mirza And Ankita Raina
Tokyo Olympics: Indian tennis superstar Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina will pair up in the women's doubles event in Tokyo, which could be one of India's medal hopes.
- "Inappropriate, Misleading": Indian Tennis Association Condemns Rohan Bopanna, Sania Mirza Tweets On Tokyo Games Qualification
All India Tennis Association "unequivocally" condemned tweets by tennis stars Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza over Olympics qualification.
- Sania Mirza Reacts To Rohan Bopanna's Comments On Tokyo Olympic Qualification
Tokyo Olympics: India tennis star Sania Mirza reacted to Rohan Bopanna's comments that All India Tennis Association "misled" players over Olympic qualification.
- "One Shouldn't Be Dependent On Withdrawal Of Other Players": AITA Secretary-General On Rohan Bopanna's Comments
All India Tennis Association Secretary-General Anil Dhupar responded to Rohan Bopanna's comments, saying "one shouldn't be dependent on withdrawal of other players" to qualify for Olympics.
- Tokyo Olympics: Sania Mirza, Ankita Raina Depart For Games
Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina, who will be representing India in the women's doubles tennis event at the Olympic Games, left for Tokyo on Monday.
- Tokyo Olympics: Surreal Feeling To Qualify For Olympics, Says Indian Tennis Star Sumit Nagal
Tokyo Olympics: Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal said that it is a "surreal feeling" to qualify for the Olympics after making the cut on the basis of withdrawals in the men's singles.
- Sania Mirza Shares Latest Pic, Says "Selfie Toh Banti Hai". Here's Why
Sania Mirza on Friday shared a selfie on social media and her followers can't keep calm about it.
- Tokyo Olympics: India's Sumit Nagal Makes Cut For Men's Singles Event
Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal is now eligible to compete in the men's singles event at the Tokyo Olympics, the world governing body ITF has communicated to the AITA, a source in the national tennis body said on Friday.