The umpire at the centre of the Serena Williams controversy in the US Open final has made his return to the chair in the semi-finals of the Davis Cup.
The Davis Cup, as we know it, is doomed, voted out of existence by the International Tennis Federation in favor of a shorter-form version that is set to launch in 2019.
- by Christopher Clarey
The former world No. 17 could make his Canberra debut at a challenger-level tournament if he opts to return to Australia to play.
- by Chris Dutton
New figures show men have received almost three times as many code violations as women in the past 20 years of grand slam events.
- by Simon Briggs
Struggling a little from his US Open heroics, John Millman will sit out the opening singles rubbers of Australia's Davis Cup tie with Austria.
- by Ian McCullough
Speaking to Ellen Degeneres, the champion tennis player said Williams was reassuring her in that moment.
- by Rachel Clun
Stung by a lack of institutional support for the chair umpire who penalised Serena Williams, other umpires are reportedly discussing a boycott of her matches.
- by Des Bieler
Fresh from his stunning US Open victory over Roger Federer, John Millman will spearhead Australia's Davis Cup team this weekend.
- by Darren Walton
US Open Tennis champion, Naomi Osaka, reveals on The Ellen Show what Serena Williams said after her shock win.
Julia Gillard once captured the flaw of reducing the nuances of sexism into a soundbite generalisation. The same can be applied to the Serena Williams meltdown.
- by Peter FitzSimons