Barty blows third-set lead, crashes out at US Open
In a fierce third-round battle that lasted two hours and nine minutes, Wimbledon champion and World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty blew a comfortable third-set lead and was ousted from the US Open by 43rd-ranked American Shelby Rogers 6-2 2-6 7-6.
Switzerland's Bencic wins women's tennis gold
Belinda Bencic of Switzerland won the women's tennis gold medal in singles, and she might not be done.
Djokovic denied Olympic bronze, throws racket
Novak Djokovic lost the bronze medal match in the Tokyo 2020 men's singles event to Pablo Carreno Busta on Saturday before withdrawing from the mixed-doubles competition.
Djokovic routs Nishikori, reaches medal rounds
Novak Djokovic is into the medal rounds of the Olympic tennis tournament. The top-ranked Serb rolled past home favorite Kei Nishikori of Japan 6-2, 6-0 to reach the semifinals and extend his bid for a Golden Slam.
Tennis: Sania-Ankita out of Tokyo after losing from winning position
Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina served for the match in the second set, before the contest turned on its head.
Osaka after Tokyo win: 'Refreshed, happy again'
Naomi Osaka breezed to victory in her opening match at the Tokyo Olympics and told reporters afterward that she's feeling "refreshed" and "happy again."
Murray (quad) out of Tokyo singles tournament
Two-time defending champion Andy Murray has withdrawn from the singles tennis tournament in Tokyo because of a quad strain.
Barty in shock first-round Games loss
Ash Barty has been sensationally knocked out of the Tokyo Olympics singles in the first round, stunned by unheralded Spaniard Sara Sorribes Tormo in straight sets.
Olympics 2021: The sights and (no) sounds of the Games so far
Despite the protests, eerily quiet stadiums and heavy restrictions, the Olympic Games themselves provide a sense of normalcy, D'Arcy Maine writes from Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020: Nagal beats Istomin to become only third Indian to win a singles match at Games
Zeeshan Ali and 1996 Games bronze medallist Leander Paes are the only other Indians to win a singles match at the Olympics.
Severe heat draws gripes at Tokyo tennis venue
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Daniil Medvedev were among several players who struggled in the heat on Saturday when the Olympic tennis tournament opened in Tokyo.
Paperwork snafu keeps tennis tandem from Tokyo
Doubles players Oksana Kalashnikova and Ekaterine Gorgodze were barred from the Tokyo Olympics after officials in their home country of Georgia told them they were entered for the Games but never actually sent the paperwork.
Osaka lights cauldron at Tokyo opening ceremony
Tennis star Naomi Osaka has lit the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Games, ending the flame's long journey from Greece to these delayed Olympics.
Osaka's opening match in Tokyo pushed back
Organizers did not immediately provide a reason for Naomi Osaka's first match in the Olympic tennis tournament being moved from Saturday to Sunday.
Tokyo draw sets up Osaka, Djokovic for success
Naomi Osaka will face 52nd-ranked Saisai Zheng of China and Novak Djokovic will play 139th-ranked Hugo Dellien of Bolivia in the opening round of the Olympic tennis tournament in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 storylines: Who will be the next Phelps, Bolt? Can anyone beat Biles?
Who are the Tokyo Olympics' biggest superstars, or superstars-to-be? We at ESPN recommend you keep an eye on these nine big storylines.
Gauff positive for COVID-19, won't play in Tokyo
Tennis star Coco Gauff will not represent the United States at the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19.
Djokovic tweets that he is in for Tokyo Olympics
Novak Djokovic tweeted Thursday that he is going to the Tokyo Olympics, keeping alive his chance for a "Golden Slam."
Evans to miss Olympics after positive COVID test
Men's British No. 1 Dan Evans has said he will miss the Tokyo Olympics following a positive test for COVID-19 in another blow to Team GB after Johanna Konta also pulled out.
Federer pulls out of Olympics with knee 'setback'
Swiss star Roger Federer said he "experienced a setback" with his knee during the grass-court season and will not play in the Tokyo Olympics.
Djokovic, Federer, Osaka on Olympic entry list
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Naomi Osaka and Ash Barty are among the players on the entry lists for the Tokyo Olympics.
Key roles for Gauff, Brady on Olympic tennis team
Coco Gauff and Jennifer Brady will lead a U.S. Olympic tennis team that will go to the Tokyo Games without any of the country's two highest-ranked women or four top men.
Serena won't pursue 5th gold at Tokyo Olympics
Four-time gold-medal winner Serena Williams says she will not be participating in the Tokyo Olympics.
Federer to decide on Olympics after Wimbledon
Roger Federer says he will make a final decision on whether to play in this summer's Olympics only after he sees how he performs at Wimbledon.
SA wheelchair tennis star Montjane: Wimbledon is my Paralympics warm-up
South African wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane, fresh off a semifinal appearance at Roland Garros, says Wimbledon will be her major warm up ahead of the Paralympics in Tokyo.
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Boxing: New weight classes, fresh faces point to exciting Worlds for India
The Boxing Worlds will see a depleted field and an Indian team short on match practice. What can we expect?
BWF French Open preview: Struggling Srikanth, rusty Sindhu headline Indian contingent
ESPN takes a look at what the Indian contingent can expect at the BWF French Open Super 750.
Teen phenom An Seyoung blows away PV Sindhu's quest for maiden Denmark Open title
"[An]'s an all-rounder, she dives a lot...you think the shuttle is down but she's picked it," said Sindhu, after the match.
PV Sindhu loses to An Se Young in Denmark Open quarterfinals
South Korea's An beat Sindhu 21-11, 21-12.
Mike Teti, longtime U.S. rowing men's coach, resigns
U.S. rowing coach Mike Teti, who has been criticized by some of his former athletes as being emotionally abusive and using physical intimidation, has resigned.
Lakshya Sen comes apart in Denmark yet remains Indian badminton's brightest hope
After sparring with Olympic champion Viktor Axelsen, Lakshya Sen has much to learn to deliver on his promising Badminton career.