A "refreshed" Naomi Osaka says it was "nerve-wracking" to compete in the Olympics in her home country of Japan after her first-round win.
Britain's Cameron Norrie claims his first ATP singles title with a 6-2 6-2 victory over Brandon Nakashima in the final of the Los Cabos Open in Mexico.
World number one Ashleigh Barty is stunned by Sara Sorribes Tormo of Spain in the first round of women's Olympics singles in Tokyo.
Andy Murray withdraws from the men's singles at the Tokyo Olympics with a minor thigh strain.
Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid win the men's doubles title at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev want Olympic organisers to change the tennis schedule because of sweltering conditions - the "toughest" they have experienced.
British number two Cameron Norrie targets first ATP title after beating Taylor Fritz to reach final of the Los Cabos Open in Mexico.
Olympic champion Andy Murray and partner Joe Salisbury beat number two seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut to reach the men's doubles second round at the Tokyo Olympics.
Andy Murray and Joe Salisbury go through in the men's doubles but Heather Watson loses in the first round of the women's singles.
The Tokyo 2020 Games are officially under way as Naomi Osaka lights the Olympic flame in a poignant opening ceremony.
Fans will not be filling the arenas but the host nation still expects a taste of glory on Japanese soil after their Rio bonanza
The decision to ban spectators from attending all but a handful of Tokyo 2020 events amid a surge of Covid-19 cases in the host city has stripped Japanese athletes of the psychological advantage of performing in front of home crowds.
It is no surprise, then, that Japan’s Olympic committee – like those in other countries – is focusing on athlete safety instead of formal medal targets, despite the country coming off its best-ever haul of 41 medals at Rio.
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Andy Murray says he "feels good" as he prepares to defend his Olympic tennis title in Tokyo, but admits there is anxiety among the team over Covid-19.
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The Tokyo Olympics has lost one of its young stars after US tennis player Coco Gauff revealed she has been ruled out of the Games after testing positive for Covid-19.
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Leonid Stanislavskyi, a 97-year-old Ukrainian man ,holds the Guinness World Record for world's oldest tennis player.
Stanislavskyi has been playing amateur tennis for more than half a century – it is next to impossible for him to find a worthy adversary in his age group, but that has not stopped him participating in the world and European championships for seniors and outplaying younger competitors, although he is not moving around the court as fast as he used to.
'It is an elegant type of sport. It is good physical exercise. It is a beautiful game. And there is one more thing about tennis – you can play no matter what age you are,' he said.
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