• Great Britain in Davis Cup driving seat

    Great Britain took a 2-1 lead over Belgium in the Davis Cup final on Saturday when brothers Andy and Jamie Murray defeated Steve Darcis and David Goffin in the doubles rubber.

  • Murray urges calm ahead of doubles rubber

    Jamie Murray has issued a warning to himself and his brother Andy ahead of their Saturday's doubles rubber in the Davis Cup final.

  • All square after day one in Ghent

    Great Britain and Belgium are locked at 1-1 after the first day of the Davis Cup final in Ghent.

  • Raonic splits with coach Ljubicic

    Milos Raonic revealed on Thursday that he has parted ways with coach Ivan Ljubicic.

  • Edmund in 'biggest' match of career

    Great Britain's Kyle Edmund says Friday's Davis Cup final singles rubber against Belgium's David Goffin will be the biggest moment of his career.

  • History beckons for Britain, Belgium

    Great Britain are the odds on favourites to win their first Davis Cup title since 1936 when they take on Belgium in Ghent in the historic Davis Cup Final this weekend.

  • Edmund set to debut in Davis Cup final

    Kyle Edmund will make his Davis Cup debut in the final after being selected as Britain's number two singles player.

  • Davis Cup finalists remain focused

    Belgium will host Britain in the Davis Cup in the city of Ghent this weekend, in an unexpected match-up taking place on the backdrop of violence.

  • Becker: Federer in 2006 still the best

    Novak Djokovic has enjoyed an incredible 2015, but his coach, Boris Becker, believes that Roger Federer's sensational 2006 season remains the best in men's tennis history.

  • Djokovic and the chasing pack

    World number one Novak Djokovic enjoyed a sensational 2012 season and one look at the ATP Prize Money Leaders chart reveals how for the chasing pack have to go.

  • Nadal reflects on his disastrous season

    Recently losing to Novak Djokovic in straight sets at the ATP World Tour Finals, Rafael Nadal reflected on his woeful season that saw him finish the year without a slam for the first time since 2004.

  • Federer to play into 2017

    Roger Federer appears to have no intention of hanging up his racquet any time soon after committing to play at the ATP Stuttgart Open for the next two years.

  • Djokovic: A Year in Review

    World number one Novak Djokovic enjoyed arguably the most successful ATP World Tour season on record in 2015. We take a look at his outstanding run...

  • Schiavone not retiring just yet

    Francesca Schiavone revealed that she is not ready to hang up her tennis shoes just yet, as a record is just around the corner.

  • Davis Cup to be held despite terror threat

    The Davis Cup Final will go ahead as planned despite the imminent terror threat in the Belgian capital of Brussels.

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