Nadal had to fight back from two sets down in their previous meeting in Melbourne in January to clinch a men's record 21st Grand Slam title.
Ons Jabeur will become the first Arab player to crack the top 10 of the world rankings after reaching the Indian Wells semi-finals.
Mayar Sherif expressed thanks to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry for its role in supporting her while representing Egypt in major sporting events.
Osaka’s victory over the 22nd-seeded American at a floodlit Rod Laver Arena gave the Japanese her fourth major crown.
The Australian Open will be allowed to admit up to 30,000 fans a day, around 50% of the usual attendance, when the Grand Slam gets underway on Feb. 8.
The young tennis sensation speaks to Egypt Today about her unforgettable run at Roland Garros, the science behind athletics and what it takes to win.
Djokovic has decided not to enter the Paris Masters because he has no points to win at the Nov. 2-8 event as he bids to retain the world number one spot come end of season.
Kenin stormed into the fourth round of the French Open with a 6-2 6-0 demolition of Romanian qualifier Irina Bara on Saturday.
Up to 1,000 spectators will be allowed to watch each of the final two days of the Italian Open tennis tournament.
Wadi Degla player Mohamed Safwat begins his journey in the US Open tennis tournament against Gilles Simon, ranked 54th in the world.
Rafael Nadal on Monday expressed his frustration that tennis players remain unable to practise due to the coronavirus pandemic, while Roger Federer revealed he was happy with his recovery from knee surgery.
Defending champion Roger Federer has withdrawn from the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships after undergoing knee surgery in Switzerland on Wednesday.
Egyptian champion Mohamed Safwat of Wadi Degla has advanced to the world number 176 in the last rankings of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) after Safwat has made an outstanding level in the last few days to reach the final of the Helsinki Champi
With Rafael Nadal absent from the tournament with a wrist injury, none of the vaunted "Big Three" will win the title on Sunday.
Australia’s Peter McNamara, who won three doubles Grand Slam titles and became a prominent coach after hanging up his racquet, has died at the age of 64 after a quiet battle with cancer.
Andy Murray says he is no longer in pain but the former world number one is unsure whether he will be able to play top-level tennis again following a second hip operation.
Melbourne's Herald Sun newspaper and cartoonist Mark Knight denied the image was racist.
With his long blond hair and flamboyant game, Canadian teenager Denis Shapovalov has enjoyed two successful seasons to find his natural place on the circuit.
Japanese star Naomi Osaka said her US Open victory in September had given her the self-belief to be able to come from behind and win tight matches.
A new extreme heat policy that dictates when it is safe to play will be introduced at next month's Australian Open to better deal with frequent oven-like conditions on court.