Rafael Nadal reclaims top spot in the men’s ATP rankings a day after Swiss rival Roger Federer crashed out in Miami.
World number one Nadal will return to this year’s Queen’s Club Championships.
Unseeded Kyle Edmund and Elise Mertens pulled off huge upsets to march into uncharted territory at the Australian Open.
Dominant Rafael Nadal swept into the Australian Open third round.
Novak Djokovic will lurk as 14th seed for next week’s Australian Open in Melbourne.
Murray withdraws from the Brisbane, putting in doubt the participation in the Australian Open later this month.
Federer finished the year at number two in the world, having started at 16, and a season-leading seven titles.
World number one Rafael Nadal pulls out of the ATP Tour Finals on after struggling with injury.
Roger Federer dismisses Rafael Nadal’s claim that ATP Tour Finals would be fairer on clay.
Nadal continues a remarkable season, ensuring he will end the year as the world number one.
World number one Rafael Nadal saved two match points to survive the first round of the China Open.
Nadal extends his lead in the world rankings after claiming his 16th Grand Slam title.
Rafael Nadal’s third US Open and 16th Grand Slam title means a familiar look for the landscape of men’s tennis.
Juan Martin del Potro admits he will not be physically 100 percent fit to face world number one Rafael Nadal.
The speed of the Arthur Ashe Stadium court at the US Open is hotly debated.
Nadal has conquered the French Open, his greatest challenge – keeping New Yorkers quiet.
Nadal and Federer have never met at the US Open but rivals limp out of contention.
Rafael Nadal’s return to the top of the world rankings is a testament to his longevity in the game and is as impressive as his career.
Once and future world number one Rafael Nadal has advice for men’s tennis stars in danger of missing the US Open due to injury.
Wimbledon’s grass is slower than when Pete Sampras and all the classic serve-volley specialists ruled the roost.
Roger Federer returns to Wimbledon as favourite to capture a record-breaking eighth title.