Davis Cup final: France open 2-1 lead over Belgium after second day

France move within one win of the Davis Cup title as Richard Gasquet and Pierre-Hugues Herbert seal a doubles victory over Belgium. Source: BBC Tennis News

Doctor Federer Ready To Serve

Roger Federer has earned many honourifics over the years, from maestro to magician. Now, he can add doctor to that list. The University of Basel awarded seven honourary doctorates on Friday, and Federer was one

Tsonga draws France level with Belgium in Davis Cup final

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beats Steve Darcis in the second singles rubber to draw France level with Belgium on the opening day of the Davis Cup final. Source: BBC Tennis News

Davis Cup final: France drop Nicolas Mahut for doubles against Belgium

France drop Nicolas Mahut and Julien Benneteau from the doubles before the Davis Cup final against Belgium begins on Friday. Source: BBC Tennis News

LTA actions 'not enough' after coach's child abuse conviction

Daniel Sanders, a former professional player, was jailed for six years for sexually abusing a child. Source: BBC Tennis News

Johanna Konta 'close' to a deal with Maria Sharapova's former coach

Michael Joyce – a major part of Maria Sharapova’s team for six years – emerges as a strong contender to coach Johanna Konta next season. Source: BBC Tennis News

Australian Open 2018 to use 25-second shot clock

A 25-second shot clock at the Australian Open is one of a number of new rule changes at Grand Slams next season. Source: BBC Tennis News

Jana Novotna: Duchess of Kent says Wimbledon "will not be the same"

Wimbledon “will not be the same” without former champion Jana Novotna who died at the age of 49, according to the Duchess of Kent. Source: BBC Tennis News

Jana Novotna: From losing Wimbledon in 1993 to finally winning in 1998

Jana Novotna was consoled by the Duchess of Kent after losing the Wimbledon final in 1993 – five years later she won the title at SW19. Source: BBC Tennis News

Jana Novotna: Former Wimbledon champion dies at age of 49

The Women’s Tennis Association says 1998 Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna, who had cancer, “died peacefully, surrounded by her family” aged 49. Source: BBC Tennis News