After winning the ATP Finals, Stefanos Tsitsipas feels grand slam success is not far away.
Tennis' most successful doubles team of all time, brothers Mike and Bob Bryan, have announced they will retire after next year's US Open.
After withdrawing from the inaugural ATP Cup, Roger Federer insists he has no regrets about his decision to focus on his health and family.
Having confirmed he will play at the 2020 Olympic Games, Roger Federer has revealed his intention to play the French Open next year.
Andy Murray, 32, is returning to Melbourne for next year's Australian Open.
Kim Clijsters might be about to return to the WTA Tour, but she will not be renewing a rivalry with Li Na.
Olympic singles gold is the only major title evading Roger Federer, but his plans only go as far as Wimbledon in 2020.
Having failed to win a title since teaming up with Jermaine Jenkins in February, Naomi Osaka has ended their partnership.
Kim Clijsters, the former world number one, has announced plans for a surprise WTA return after a seven-year absence from tennis.
Serena Williams won her first grand slam on September 11 1999, triumphing in the US Open final, and we take a look at her career in numbers.