- The former world number one is training ahead of the BNP Paribas Open which takes place on March 6
Stan Wawrinka and Grigor Dimitrov to join Sir Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal at star-studded Queen's ClubDimitrov, 25, won at Queen's in 2014 and sees himself as a better player now than he was three years ago
- British number three Kyle Edmund beats Lu Yen-hsun to set up a Delray Beach Open quarter-final against Milos Raonic.
- US Open champion Stan Wawrinka and in-form Grigor Dimitrov will be in the line-up for the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club in London in June.
- British number four Aljaz Bedene is knocked out of the Open 13 second round by Frenchman Lucas Pouille in Marseille.
- • Swiss commits to home-town tournament until 2019
• ‘Playing in Basel is always a highlight of the year’Roger Federer has committed to playing in his home-town tournament in Basel until 2019, dispelling any speculation over possible retirement.Federer, 35, has signed a three-year deal with the Swiss indoor event, which he has won seven times since making his debut in 1998. Related: Roger Federer is peerless but he and Rafael Nadal have made each other great | Kevin Mitchel
- Eighteen-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer signs a new three-year deal to play at the Basel event until the age of 38.
Roger Federer quashes retirement talk by signing three-year deal to play at Swiss Indoors until 2019Federer is planning to play on for some time yet after clinching his 18th Major title at the Australian Open last month
Eugenie Bouchard poses for selfie as she continues to prepare for the Mexican Open after Super Bowl dateThe Canadian tennis star is struggling with early mornings as she prepares for her first court appearance in five weeks
- Laura Robson has turned to Maria Sharapova's former hitting partner as she looks for a coach to guide the next stage of her career.
- Adrian Mannarino becomes Kyle Edmund's second opponent in succession to default after an angry outburst at Delray Beach.
- Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France in April will be played on an indoor clay court in Rouen.
- Jo-Wilfried Tsonga engineers a comeback to beat David Goffin 4-6 6-4 6-1 at the Rotterdam Open and earn a first title since 2015.
- Digital economy bill will be used to ensure events such as Olympics and Wimbledon can be watched on free-to-air channelsPotential changes to the rules covering televised sport’s “crown jewels” will ensure the major events remain on free TV channels despite more people watching online, the government has said. The rights for major events including the Olympics, the football World Cup and the Wimbledon tennis finals must be offered to free-to-air channels which can be received by
- JOHANNA KONTA and Heather Watson came from a set down in the decider as Great Britain kept alive their Fed Cup promotion hopes with a dramatic play-off victory over Croatia in Estonia.
- World number three Karolina Pliskova beats Caroline Wozniacki in the Qatar Open final to win her second title of 2017.
- British number one Johanna Konta withdraws from the Dubai Duty Free Championships with a foot injury.
- A fan whose Twitter wager won him a date with tennis star Genie Bouchard has secured a rematch.
- The Canadian tennis star hasn't played since she was knocked out of January's Australian Open at the third-round stage
- The tennis ace flew 20-year-old student John Goehrke to New York before taking him to a Brooklyn Nets game
- Canadian tennis player Genie Bouchard joins a 20-year-old fan for a date after losing a Twitter bet.
- EUGENIE BOUCHARD has earned a host of new admirers after the Canadian tennis ace went on a date with a random supporter having lost a bet on the Super Bowl.
- Sacked commentator Doug Adler is to sue broadcaster ESPN, claiming he compared Venus Williams' tactics to a "guerilla", not a "gorilla".
- Great Britain will take on Romania in April's Fed Cup World Group II play-offs, looking to reach the second tier for the first time since 1993.
- Britain's number four Aljaz Bedene is defeated by Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin in round one of the Rotterdam Open.
- RAFAEL NADAL's uncle Toni will step down from his coaching role at the end of the current season.
- Defending Fed Cup champions the Czech Republic beat Spain 3-2 to reach the semi-finals and dedicate the win to the absent Petra Kvitova.
Davis Cup umpire Arnaud Gabas undergoes surgery for broken eye socket after Denis Shapovalov outburstGabas was unintentionally struck when Shapovalov smashed the ball in anger, fracturing his orbital bone
- Umpire Arnaud Gabas has surgery to repair a fractured eye socket after he was hit with a ball during Great Britain's Davis Cup win over Canada last week.
United States Tennis Association apologises after Germany team introduced with NAZI version of German anthemGermany's Andrea Petkovic voiced her disappointment alongside a number of fans, after the mistake at the Fed Cup match in Hawaii
- Germany's Andrea Petkovic voiced her disappointment alongside a number of fans, after the mistake at the Fed Cup match in Hawaii
- • Obsolete ‘Deutschland, Deutschland uber alles’ version used in Hawaii
• ‘It was the worst experience that has ever happened to me’The United States Tennis Association has apologised after a version of Germany’s historic national anthem associated with the Nazi regime was performed before a Fed Cup match.A male soloist at the match on the Hawaiian island of Maui sang the verse beginning with the lines “Deutschland, Deutschland uber alles, uber alles
- A German tennis team in Hawaii express outrage as a verse banned since Nazism is heard.
- • Britons come from set down in doubles to seal play-off victory against Croatia• Konta shrugs off ankle problem as GB pair win 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in TallinnJohanna Konta and Heather Watson came from a set down in the final-match decider as Great Britain kept alive their Fed Cup promotion hopes with a dramatic play-off victory against Croatia.The British pair recorded a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 success against Ana Konjuh and Donna Vekic in the doubles in Tallinn, after a surprise defeat for Konta left
- Great Britain qualify for April's Fed Cup World Group II play-offs with a 2-1 victory over Croatia.
- More and more I need to be told things are happening. Only then can I turn my majestic attention to them, like a rusty old weather vane miles behind the actionAs the last traces of anaesthetic haze leave my system following my recent operation, I am getting better at telling reality from fantasy. For example, it is not a fantasy that the new Potus with that weirdo thing on his head has gone into business as a sort of berserk travel agent; it is reality. Nor is it a fantasy th
- As the Scot approaches his 30th birthday, he is looking at Federer as an example of how to prolong his career at the highest level
- • Tie secured after wins for Johanna Konta and Heather Watson over Turkey
• Britain finished top of Pool C and now eyeing World Group II placeGreat Britain will face Croatia in a Fed Cup promotion play-off after wins for Johanna Konta and Heather Watson secured victory against Turkey in Tallinn.Konta had to fight back from a set down to defeat Cagla Buyukakcay 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 while Watson thrashed Ipek Soylu 6-0, 6-1 as Britain took an unassailable lead in the three-match tie. Continue r
- A third-straight win in Group C sees Great Britain qualify for the Fed Cup play-off.
- Murray says she only uses all four bedrooms at the house "once or twice a year" when her sons, Andy and Jamie, visit
Andy Murray warns Roger Federer off deep-fried Mars bars as Swiss legend lines up for world No.1's charity eventAustralian Open champion Roger Federer will play the Scot at Andy Murray Live in Glasgow
- Eighteen-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer accepts Andy Murray's invitation to play in Scotland for the first time.
- Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson has been provisionally suspended over claims of match-fixing in his native Australia.
- Heather Watson and Johanna Konta lead Great Britain to a second successive 3-0 win at the Fed Cup in Estonia.
- The fundraiser will be staged at the SSE Hydro Glasgow on November 7
- This week’s roundup also features sucker punches, Dell Curry draining threes and a history of the Victorian Football League1) Joost van der Westhuizen, the South African rugby union legend, died this week aged 45. Here is his most famous moment, stopping Jonah Lomu in his tracks in the 1995 World Cup final. The two met again in 2015, shortly before Lomu’s death, for a tear-jerking interview. This 2011 documentary covers the scrum-half’s career and battle with motor neurone dise
- Judy Murray and speakers from women's sport and sport media launch She Rallies - a plan to boost women's tennis across the UK.
- RAFAEL NADAL has admitted it would be a dream come true to take over the presidency of Real Madrid one day.
- Heather Watson and Johanna Konta win singles matches as Great Britain beat Portugal at the Fed Cup in Estonia.
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