BBC Tennis News
Davis Cup: Sebastien Grosjean named France captain for next two seasons
Former world number four Sebastien Grosjean is named captain of France's Davis Cup team, replacing Yannick Noah.
Tennis legend King honoured at Sports Personality
Billie Jean King, who won 39 Grand Slams, receives the lifetime achievement award at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year show.
Manchester & London on five-city ATP Finals shortlist
Manchester joins current hosts London on a five-city shortlist to stage the season-ending ATP Finals from 2021.
Advent calendar 2018: Kevin Anderson wins second-longest match in Wimbledon history
Kevin Anderson finally wins the second-longest match in Wimbledon history against American John Isner, after six hours and 36 minutes.
Wimbledon expansion plans set to advance after golf club votes to sell
Wimbledon's expansion plans take a step forward after a neighbouring golf club votes to sell its land.
WTA changes rules to give returning mothers increased rankings protection
Mothers returning to tennis will have increased rankings protection on the WTA Tour from next season after a rule change.
Justin Gimelstob pleads not guilty to assault in Los Angeles
Two-time Grand Slam mixed doubles champion Justin Gimelstob pleads not guilty to a charge of battery causing serious bodily injury in a Los Angeles court.
Advent calendar 2018: Angelique Kerber beats Serena Williams to win first Wimbledon title
Watch highlights from Angelique Kerber's victory over seven-time champion Serena Williams to win her first Wimbledon title in front of a star-studded Centre Court crowd.
Amelie Mauresmo withdraws as France Davis Cup captain to coach Lucas Pouille
Amelie Mauresmo has decided against taking over as captain of France's Davis Cup team to instead coach Lucas Pouille.
Advent calendar 2018: Novak Djokovic wins epic semi-final before claiming fourth Wimbledon title
Novak Djokovic wins an epic semi-final against Rafael Nadal which set up his straight-set win over Kevin Anderson in the final of Wimbledon.
Murray to use protected ranking to play Australian Open
Andy Murray will use his protected ranking of world number two to gain entry to January's Australian Open.
Becker drops bankruptcy immunity claim
The move means a planned auction of the ex-tennis champion's trophies and memorabilia can go ahead.
Andy Lapthorne beaten by Dylan Alcott in Wheelchair Tennis Masters quad final
Britain's Andy Lapthorne loses in three sets to Paralympic champion Dylan Alcott in the Wheelchair Tennis Masters quad singles final in Orlando.
Cilic beats Pouille as Croatia win Davis Cup final
Marin Cilic beat Lucas Pouille in straight sets to secure Croatia's second Davis Cup title.
Unsung Hero 2018: East Midlands' Matthew Chilvers
We take a look at East Midlands' Unsung Hero winner for 2018 - autistic tennis coach Matthew Chilvers who wants to encourage people with disabilities to get involved in sport.