Global Tennis News for 18 Jun 2019
Will Serena Williams play a tuneup? Can Andy Murray and Maria Sharapova make successful returns? Those are a few of the burning questions in a short but busy grass-court circuit.
Nick Kyrgios says he has turned down the chance to partner Andy Murray in the doubles at Wimbledon, joking he does not want to "carry" his friend at SW19.
World number one Naomi Osaka progressed to round two of the Birmingham Classic but was made to work for her win over Greece's Maria Sakkari.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is likely to face Roger Federer in the second round of the ATP tournament in Halle after beating compatriot Benoit Paire.
As he prepares to chase title number 10 at the Halle Open this week, Roger Federer says that "victory must always be the goal".
Croatian tennis star Marin Cilic has appointed former South African player Wayne Ferreira as coach for the grass season.
In his regular BBC Sport column, Andy Murray says a strange sequence of events helped him choose Royal hip surgeon Sarah Muirhead-Allwood.