Katerina Siniakova and Barbora Krejcikova extend their Grand Slam winning streak to 24 matches, including back-to-back Australian Open titles.
Shingo Kunieda, who collected 50 Grand Slam titles, including 28 in singles competition, exits the game as the world's top-ranked men's player.
Four-time Grand Slam singles champion Naomi Osaka hasn't played a WTA Tour match since the first round of the Toray Pan Pacific Open in September 2022.
The four-time Grand Slam winner, a former world No. 1, plummeted 71 spots.
Returning Japanese standout athletes from four years ago spark optimism for an even better showing at the Beijing Olympics.
It was their first NBA encounter since February 9, 2020. “It’s an honor as a Japanese for us two to be here competing on the same...
Unseeded American Amanda Anisimova outplayed the reigning champion in the third-set tiebreak.
The 2021 American League MVP is one of three athletes selected as cover stories for the first-ever GQ Sports Issue.
Osaka, who has never advanced past the third round at the French Open or Wimbledon, aims to elevate her game on clay and grass.
Osaka becomes the first women’s player to win her first four career Grand Slam finals since Monica Seles in 1991.
The world No. 3 denies Serena Williams a shot at a record-tying 24th Grand Slam title.
Osaka was consistent and dominant from start to finish en route to a straight-sets win over Hsieh Su-wei in the quarterfinals.