Russian doubles player Natela Dzalamidze has changed her nationality in order to compete at Wimbledon this year.
NBC reports that Serena Williams will compete at this year's Wimbledon after being awarded a wild-card entry for singles. Last year, Williams was injured during the first set of her first-round match at the All England Club. Since then, Williams has not competed anywhere and her name was abs…
Top-ranked Iga Swiatek beat 18-year-old Coco Gauff 6-1, 6-3 to stretch her winning streak to 35 matches. Swiatek's unbeaten run equals one by Venus Williams as the longest this century.
Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and it has some very strange traditions
Novak Djokovic has criticized Wimbledon for banning Russian and Belarusian players from the tournament.
Yahoo Sports reports 27th seed Amanda Anisimova defeated the four-time major champion 7-5, 6-4 in a first-round match on May 23.
Andy Murray has pulled out of the French Open in order to focus on Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic will be allowed to defend his Wimbledon title despite not being vaccinated against COVID-19.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) announced on April 20 that it would ban both Russian and Belarusian players from Wimbledon 2022.
Tennis players from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to play at Wimbledon this year because of the war in Ukraine, the All England Club announced Wednesday. Here are some of the prominent players banned from the tournament:
Australian tennis player Ash Barty has announced that she is retiring from professional tennis at the age of 25.
Novak Djokovic withdrew from the BNB Paribas Open saying that he is unable to travel to the United States because he is unvaccinated.
Hudl bought BlueFrame Technology and now plans to offer livestreaming pay-per-view service to the 18,000 high schools it serves in the upcoming school year.
From Kalynn Meyer to Jordan Hooper to Maurtice Ivy, here's a look at the past winners for Journal Star girls athlete of the year.
Fremont's Taylor McCabe and Elkhorn North's Britt Prince are the Journal Star's girls athletes of the year. Here's a look at 12 other multi-sport standouts that shined in 2021-22.
Oklahoma's Skip Johnson was a man of few words to start his press conference before the CWS championship. All business, like his Sooners team this week.
A loose bravado fits the mood Mississippi has worn for the last month, ever since it was the last team into the 64-school NCAA Tournament field.
It has been 50 years since Title IX was signed into law by President Richard Nixon. The measure barred discrimination against women when it came to the vast majority of educational programs that receive federal assistance. It has a broad and extraordinary impact on everything from the safety…
The College World Series is off and rolling at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha. Here's your one-stop for tournament scores and schedules.
Novak Djokovic says he is willing to miss Wimbledon and the French Open over his stance on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Men’s tennis had its second big event of 2022, and its biggest player was at home, probably maskless and definitely shotless.
Rafael Nadal roared back from two sets down to win a titanic five-set duel with Daniil Medvedev and make history with "a special" 21st Grand Slam men's title in the Australian Open final on Sunday.
France will soon require a vaccine pass for practically any activity -- from eating in restaurants, attending the theater or getting on an airplane. If Novak Djokovic wants to play in the French Open, he’s likely to need one too.
The Chicago Bears have signed second-round draft pick Kyler Gordon to a four-year contract. The cornerback from Washington became the Bears’ first selection when they took him with the No. 39 overall pick. The Bears got a potential starter opposite Jaylon Johnson by taking the athletic and hard-hitting Gordon. A first-team, All-Pac-12 pick, he had 46 tackles and two interceptions to go with a team-high seven pass breakups in 12 starts last season. With Gordon under contract, the Bears’ only remaining unsigned draft pick is Jaquan Brisker. The safety from Penn State was taken in the second round at No. 48 overall.
Chicago Police say Bears linebacker Matt Adams was arrested and charged with misdemeanor firearm possession. Police say they recovered a weapon during a search of his vehicle in downtown Chicago on Thursday evening. He was also cited for possessing a high-capacity magazine within the city limits and metal-piercing bullets, a municipal code violation. Adams has a court date scheduled for Aug. 24. The Bears say they were made aware of the arrest Friday morning and are “gathering more information.” Adams signed with Chicago in April after spending his first four seasons in Indianapolis and followed new coach Matt Eberflus to the Bears. Eberflus spent the past four seasons as the Colts’ defensive coordinator.
A decision regarding discipline for Deshaun Watson is still expected before training camp, though the league has yet to conclude its investigation and turn it over to a disciplinary officer, according to two people with knowledge of the case. Both people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity on Friday because the investigation is ongoing. The Cleveland Browns open training camp on July 22 for rookies with veterans due on July 26. Once the NFL completes its investigation, former U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson, who was jointly appointed by the league and the players’ union, will review the findings to decide whether Watson violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy and whether to impose discipline.