US Open 2018: Serena Williams’ claims of sexism backed by WTA

Sep 10 | by Sourced Content

Serena Williams’ claims of sexism in the US Open final have been backed by the governing body of women’s tennis.

WTA chief executive Steve Simon said the umpire showed Williams a different level of tolerance of Saturday’s outbursts than if she had been a man.

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2018 US OPEN Expert Picks — Champions, Dark Horses, Busts,Top Americans

Aug 24 | by Sourced Content

The draws are out and our picks are in—here's who we think will succeed, surprise and stumble at the 2018 US Open.   WOMEN'S CHAMPION   Zach Cohen: Serena Williams Serena has a very difficult draw—she could face Venus in the third round ...

Challenges and upgrade to Private Messaging

Jul 22 | by uleso

It has been up for a while but we are excited to welcome back Challenges! Here is how they work: Find a Moneyline bet within Insights that you do not agree with. Press the Challenge ...

Roger Federer defies age year after year

Jul 5 | by Sourced Content

This year the lawns of Wimbledon will be generating their usual tingles of expectation across the sporting world and wider world. 2018 is the second year when the Wimbledon Diary has been slightly different, this is ...

Wimbledon 2018 Preview Roundtable: Predictions, Dark Horses, More

Jun 30 | by Sourced Content

With the Wimbledon set to kick off on Sunday at the All England Club, SI's tennis experts and writers Jon Wertheim, Stanley Kay, Jamie Lisanti and Daniel Rapaport discuss this year’s top storylines and predict ...

Wimbledon 2018: Deaf player Lee Duck-hee aiming to qualify

Jun 25 | by Sourced Content

By Sonia Oxley BBC Sport Imagine the "thwack" of the racquet hitting the ball, the line judge calling "out", the umpire declaring "deuce" and the crowd clapping and cheering. And now imagine being a professional tennis player and ...

Novak Djokovic returns to grass by joining strongest ever Queen’s field

Jun 12 | by Sourced Content

by Simon Briggs, tennis correspondent  Novak Djokovic has claimed a late wild card for next week’s Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s, further strengthening a field that was already shaping up as the strongest in the tournament’s history. Djokovic last played ...