Li Na is destined for more grand slams and a place in the Hall of Fame after the Australian Open win cemented her position as the most influential female player of the last decade, says former great Chris Evert.Tuesday, 28 January, 2014, 11:50pm 1 comment
While Djokovic and co. fight it out at Wimbledon, there’s another Grand Slam taking place in the US that’s attracting a small but growing crowd – including the attention of Hongkongers.4 Jul 2013 - 12:47pm 2 comments
Never pulled out with injury. Never sent in a sick note. Never couldn't be bothered. Not only is Roger Federer the most successful male player ever, he's also becoming one of the most durable, the iron man of his, indeed any, generation, a presence as constant at tennis' major tournaments as strawberries and cream at Wimbledon and spectators with bad etiquette at the French Open.2 Jun 2013 - 4:58am
The 25-year-old Serbian's sensational spell of success in becoming a triple grand slam titleholder within one season left him feeling, he says, that he might never live up to the new image of himself which has suddenly emerged.27 Feb 2013 - 5:36am
Martina Navratilova has backed Serena Williams to create history by sweeping to a calendar year grand slam.
The tennis legend described Williams as the greatest player of her generation and said "if anyone can, Serena can" achieve the holy grail of winning all four major titles in the same year.23 Jan 2013 - 4:39am
No woman has come close to rivalling Serena Williams since she finished off her self-titled Serena Slam - capturing four consecutive major championships - by winning at Melbourne Park in 2003.13 Jan 2013 - 7:06am
Novak Djokovic believes he can become only the third man in history to hold all four majors at the same time in 2013 having come so agonisingly close last season.29 Dec 2012 - 3:35am
Andy Murray may have captured the US Open and Olympic titles, but he insisted yesterday that Roger Federer and vanquished New York rival Novak Djokovic remain the standout players of 2012.12 Sep 2012 - 10:14am
The success of American-born Chinese player Michael Chang - who won the French Open men's singles title at the age of 17 in 1989 - inspired many Chinese children to start playing tennis.
Twenty-two years later, China's Li Na, 29, won the women's title at this month's French Open to become her nation's first grand-slam singles champion.21 Jun 2011 - 12:00am