"I don't know," Sharapova said, her head shaking and eyes looking down. "I don't know. ... It's tough for me to tell what's going to happen in 12 months' time."
Thunberg, a 17-year-old climate activist with nearly four million Twitter followers, retweeted multiple posts that called for Federer to cease working with Credit Suisse over its loans to fossil-fuel companies.
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The 20-time Grand Slam champion called it an "incredible honour and privilege."
Naomi Osaka has her sights set on playing for Japan in the 2020 Olympics.
The first lady was present for a groundbreaking ceremony for the tennis center on Tuesday.
Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal won his 4th U.S. Open and his 19th Grand Slam on Sunday. FOX Business spoke with him after his win.
'Tennis is a very competitive sport, mentally, you have to be strong every single day,' Nadal told FOX Business.
As one of the most sought-after endorsers in all of professional sports, Williams also has deals with several major corporate brands, including Nike.
Men’s and women’s events will feature equal prize money ranging from $25,000 to $108,000 per tournament.
The fantasy novel marked the latest departure from basketball for Bryant, who created the story alongside author Annie Matthew.
Gauff, 15, became the youngest woman to reach the US Open’s third round since 1996 after ousting Timea Babos in a three-set thriller on Thursday night.
Training isn't cheap if you're working to become a tennis star.
For access to top trainers, parents often enroll their kids at tennis academies that cost anywhere from $50,000 to $100,000 per year.
The win provided some validation for Ahn, who turned pro at age 16 after a successful amateur career but mulled retirement as recently as 2017 amid middling results on the court.
USTA Chief Revenue Officer Lew Sherr and former professional tennis player and ESPN tennis analyst Patrick McEnroe on the high expectations for the U.S. Open tournament.
CBD, or cannabidoil, has grown in popularity in recent years for its perceived health benefits.
Djokovic defeated Federer via a fifth-set tiebreaker to earn the £2.35 million (about $2.95 million) winner’s share at the All-England Club.
Four of the five are still active on the men's tennis tour -- but one is retiring soon.
Super Bowl XV champion Burgess Owens on the fallout from Serena Williams accusing the chair umpire of sexism during the U.S. Open championship match.