MELBOURNE, Australia -- Just like Stan Wawrinka hid in the shadow of Roger Federer for all those years, Britain's Kyle Edmund endured a sheltered experience as he made his way on the tour. Shielded behind the presence of Andy Murray , Edmund evolved without much fanfare and with relatively little
Two-time defending champion Stan Wawrinka and top-seeded Sam Querrey both lost at the Geneva Open on Thursday as the semifinals lineup was completed
Stan Wawrinka won his first match on tour for nearly four months, starting his Geneva Open defense Wednesday with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over American Jared Donaldson
MELBOURNE, Australia -- World No. 9 Stan Wawrinka versus 86th-ranked Tennys Sandgren. A three-time Grand Slam winner against the journeyman. It's no contest, right? Isn't that the truth. The 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 match on Margaret Court Arena took a mere 88 minutes by your winner Sandgren? Wait, what ?
Stan Wawrinka will not defend his US Open title after confirming he will miss the rest of the 2017 season with injury. Switzerland's Wawrinka, 32, announced via his official Facebook page that he underwent knee surgery and will not return until 2018. Earlier this week, he stated he would miss
Defending champion and world No. 1 Andy Murray has been named top seed at Wimbledon for the first time in his career, with the other 'Big Four' members also dominating the men's seedings.? Novak Djokovic sits in second, with seven-time Wimbledon champion? Roger Federer?as third seed, and Rafael
Our Second Annual Ranking of the Biggest Names in Sports View the List Fame 100 05/30/2017 Who are the most famous athletes on the planet? Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of analytics, devised a formula that combines endorsements with social media following and internet search popularity to create the
PARIS -- Roland Garros didn't shape up as the easiest place for Andy Murray to live up to his top seeding or for Juan Martin del Potro to continue bushwhacking his way through the overgrown paths to his former self. Their paths intersected in the third round Saturday, a draw that cut both ways. It
MELBOURNE, Australia -- In what might have been the most important tennis match in history, Roger Federer made an emphatic case for the title of greatest male player ever. Federer won a heart-stopping and bruising Australian Open final Sunday night, defeating Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3.