- The British No.2 almost defaulted as tempers flared with hostile American fans and took his anger out on his racquet
- The lithe lizard made a run for it bringing a halt to the singles game between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesely
- Britons Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans and Heather Watson lose to qualifiers in the first round in Miami, while Aljaz Bedene retires in his match.
- The Miami Open first-round match between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesely is briefly interrupted by an unusual intrusion.
- Petra Kvitova speaks of her determination to return to tennis following a knife attack at her home in December.
- Aljaz Bedene joined fellow Britons Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans in the main draw for the Miami Open after coming.
- Petra Kvitova has revealed there is still no timescale on her return to tennis following a knife attack three months ago..
- Britain's Aljaz Bedene comes through the first round of qualifying at the Miami Open but compatriots Naomi Broady and Katie Swan are out.
- There is still "no concrete date" for Petra Kvitova's return to tennis following the knife attack at her home in December.
Stan Wawrinka jokingly calls Roger Federer an "a******" in emotional post-match speech following his defeat in Indian Wells Final'Stan the Man' was full of emotions following his defeat on Sunday night and revealed his admiration for the tennis superstar
- British number three Naomi Broady failed in her bid to qualify for the Miami Open after losing to New Zealander Marina Erakovic..
- The extent of doping in amateur sport - as revealed by a poll for the BBC - is a "concern", says sports minister Tracey Crouch.
- • Murray keen to build clay court momentum after pulling out in Miami
• World No1 begins rehabilitation this week on injured elbowAndy Murray’s commitment to playing in Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final against France in Rouen, which starts on 7 April, has been strengthened, oddly, by the injury that has forced his withdrawal from this week’s Miami Open.Murray’s plans for 2017 were always focused on remaining at the top of the rankings and a key part of hi
- The former world No1 reflects on life after tennis married to another of the sport’s greats, Steffi Graf, and says: ‘If I went back in time I would probably retire sooner’Eight years ago, in his raw and poignant autobiography, Open, Andre Agassi wrote: “My father yells everything twice, sometimes three times, sometimes 10. Harder, he says, harder. Hit earlier. Damn it Andre, hit earlier, Crowd the ball, crowd the ball. Now he’s crowding me. He’s yelling. It&rs
- Katie Swan's hugely promising tennis career is back on track thanks to a little help from Andy Murray's 'back whisperer'..
- ANDY MURRAY’S reign at the top of the world rankings is safe for now but how long he can stay there is in serious doubt after he was forced to withdraw from the Miami Open with an elbow injury.
- Federer (35yrs 7mos) becomes oldest player to win a Masters 1000 titleElena Vesnina defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova in women’s championshipFederer defeats Wawrinka for Indian Wells title – as it happened
Roger Federer defeated Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 7-5 to win a record-tying fifth BNP Paribas Open title in the all-Swiss final.At 35 years and seven months, Federer became the oldest champion in the desert tournament’s history on Sunday, surpassing Jimmy Connors, who was 31 years and fiv
- Federer defeated his Swiss compatriot Stan Wawrinka in straight sets to win in Indian Wells, two months after winning the Australian OpenAmazingly, irresistibly, beguilingly, Roger Federer is playing tennis, five months short of his 36th birthday, that, apart from minor adjustments for age, is virtually indistinguishable from that which held his rivals transfixed for most of his 20s. It hardly seems possible, but it is happening.There were plenty of observers (one of them not far from this keybo
- Roger Federer beats Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in an all-Swiss BNP Paribas Open final at Indian Wells.
- Federer (35yrs 7mos) becomes oldest player to win a Masters 1000 titleAustralian Open champion improves to 13-1 (6-0 v top 10) this seasonAndy Murray is shock absentee from Miami Open with injured elbow 12.20am GMTThanks as always for following along with us. You can read the match report here or check out Kevin Mitchell’s comment below. Related: Roger Federer continues to defy time and critics with Indian Wells win11.28pm GMT“What can I say? This has been a fairytale week once again
- Federer (35yrs 7mos) becomes oldest player to win a Masters 1000 titleAustralian Open champion improves to 13-1 (6-0 v top 10) this seasonAndy Murray is shock absentee from Miami Open with injured elbow 11.28pm GMT“What can I say? This has been a fairytale week once again,” Federer says. “I came here for the first time 17 years ago. To be the champion again, I can’t tell you what it means to me.”"It's been a fairytale week once again"@rogerfederer living the dream a
- The former world No 1 described this as another "fairytale week" as he beat his compatriot and friend 6-4 7-5
- World number two Novak Djokovic joins Andy Murray in withdrawing from next week's Miami Open because of an elbow injury.
- Wawrinka and Federer face off for Indian Wells title in all-Swiss finalTweet Bryan at @BryanAGraham or email himAndy Murray is shock absentee from Miami Open with injured elbow 8.48pm GMTHere’s a look at the statistics for both Federer and Wawrinka at Indian Wells entering the final. (Stats in italics indicate tournament leader.)Wawrinka v Federer
29 Aces 29
61% (230 of 380) 1st-Serve Percentage 59% (129 of 226)
73% (167 of 230) 1st-Serve Points Won 82% (106 of 129)
59% (88 of 150) 2nd-Ser
- Roger Federer's remarkable return to the top of the men's game continues after winning the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells..
- Elena Vesnina overcame her fellow Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova in a marathon battle to claim her third WTA title at the BNP Paribas Open..
- The British ace withdrew from the American event on Saturday after an injury on his right elbow
- Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the Miami Open through injury..
- • World No1 said: ‘Apologies to my fans; it’s one of my favourite tournaments’
• Murray said his focus is now on getting ready for the clay seasonAndy Murray’s reign as world No1 shifted from uncertain to worrying on Saturday when injury forced him out of the Miami Open, which he has won twice before and which starts on Monday.Nor is there any assurance that the 29-year-old Scot, whose form has dipped and swooped since his quarter-final exit at the Australian Op
- Britain's world number one Andy Murray pulls out of next week's Miami Open with an injury to his right elbow.
- Roger Federer will take on fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka for the BNP Paribas Open title after both secured straight-sets wins.
- Australia's Nick Kyrgios withdraws ahead of his quarter-final against Roger Federer at Indian Wells with food poisoning.
- Svetlana Kuznetsova rolled back the years as she made it through to the final of the BNP Paribas Open for the first time in nine years..
- MARIA SHARAPOVA accepts she will have a cloud of suspicion hanging over her when she returns to tennis next month.
- The tennis aces put on a stirring second rendition of Chicago's 'Hard to Say I'm Sorry'
- Roger Federer advanced into the semi-finals of the BNP Paribas Open after Nick Kyrgios pulled out of their quarter-final clash due to illness..
- • Five-times grand slam winner back in April after 15-month doping ban
• Sharapova given wild card to play in Porsche Grand Prix in StuttgartMaria Sharapova accepts she will have a cloud of suspicion hanging over her when she returns to the game next month.The five-times grand slam champion is serving a 15-month doping ban after testing positive for the cardiac drug meldonium at the Australian Open in 2016. Related: Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Roger Federer clash with food poisoningConti
- Australian says he ‘had a restless night of being sick’ and withdrawsFederer will play Kei Nishikori or Jack Sock for a spot in the finalNick Kyrgios has withdrawn from his quarter-final against Roger Federer at the BNP Paribas Open because of what he thinks is food poisoning.The Australian, who beat No2 Novak Djokovic in the fourth round, was supposed to face 18-time major champion Federer on Friday.I'm so sorry but I can't play @BNPPARIBASOPEN today.pic.twitter.com/K5spWRgtLk Conti
- NICK KYRGIOS has been forced to withdraw from his Indian Wells quarter-final with Roger Federer with illness.
- Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of his scheduled clash with Roger Federer at the BNP Paribas Open due to sickness..
- Maria Sharapova accepts she will have a cloud of suspicion hanging over her when she returns to tennis next month..
- France's Kristina Mladenovic beats Danish former champion Caroline Wozniacki to reach the Indian Wells semi-finals.
- Stan Wawrinka remains on course for a second ATP Masters 1000 title after advancing through to the semi-finals of the BNP Paribas Open..
- Kristina Mladenovic and Elina Vesnina both caused upsets to reach the semi-final of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells..
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