Tennis is a lifestyle forever, says Brad Gilbert, ESPN tennis analyst and former pro tennis player, talking about the benefits of playing tennis and promoting the sport.
Venus Williams, pro tennis player, talks about sports, gender equality, and social media.
"Down on 1 knee. He said four words. And/r/isaidyes," the 35-year-old American tennis star posted on the social media site.
The WTA's Steve Simon talks about how shorter tennis matches might become the norm in the future and how analytics are used to engage tennis fans.
Karena Virginia alleges Donald Trump grabbed her inappropriately at the US Open tennis tournament back in 1998.
Brad Gilbert, former pro tennis player and ESPN analyst, discusses Kei Nishikori's stunning win over Andy Murray at the U.S. Open.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks with tennis pro Rafael Nadal about cooking, and the current state of tennis.
Paul Annacone, former pro tennis player, and Yuval Bar Yosef, PlaySight co-founder, discuss how technology can help players transform their game into fully interactive and shareable events.
Many athletes competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics struggle to make cash, but others are rolling in it, according to Forbes.
Wimbledon 2016’s men's champion Andy Murray talks about winning the men’s singles title at Wimbledon this year, while commenting on his coach, fellow tennis players and future goals.
In light of the Brexit vote, Wimbledon 2016’s men's champion, Andy Murray says he was surprised by the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU, while commenting on Scotland’s position on the matter.
A number of big sports players make their biggest money off the court or field, namely through lucrative product endorsements.
The British pound lost twelve percent of its value since last week's referendum reducing the top prize at the iconic tennis tournament by as much as $360,000, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports that the drop in the British pound has lowered the value of the prize money available at this summer's Wimbledon tennis championship.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has hit the tennis lawns, too.
The sports apparel giant says it will continue to sponsor the tennis star despite a two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation.
Sharapova was banned after testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open in January.
The tennis star tested positive for a banned drug at the Australian Open in January.
She’s the No. 1-ranked tennis player and one of the richest athletes in the world, but if you ask Serena Williams, she hasn’t “made it.”
Funding gaps are shutting down an increasing number of sports programs across the country. Here, major athletes talk about why sports matter.