Takes the spot made available, most likely, by the withdrawal of Rafa Nadal. The 22-year-old was the last player to make the cut.
It will be Sumit Nagal's second appearance at the US Open, starting August 31, and he is the only Indian in the men's field with Prajnesh Gunneswaran, ranked 132, missing out.
Rafael Nadal, who edged Daniil Medvedev in last year's men's final at Flushing Meadows, has decided to skip the US Open because of 'complicated' coronavirus pandemic situation.
Madrid Open's fate was sealed when a directive was issued that said “social gatherings are to be reduced to 10 people”.
Roger Federer, who will turn 39 this month, called off the rest of his 2020 season owing to a knee surgery last month amidst speculations about his retirement.
USTA will set up a strict bio-security 'bubble' to minimise the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus during the Grand Slam, which will be played from August 31 to September 13.
Nick Kyrgios has withdrawn from the US Open because of concerns over the coronavirus and in honor of the "hundreds and thousands of Americans" who have died from COVID-19.
Barty is yet to decide if she'll defend the French Open title she won last year for her breakthrough singles major. The clay-court Grand Slam event was postponed earlier in the year and rescheduled to start September 27, after the US Open.
Roger Federer, who clinched gold in men's doubles in 2008 and settled for silver in men's singles in 2012, is yet to win an Olympic gold medal at the singles event.
Roger Federer has confirmed that he won't be retiring before 2021 as he has committed himself to participating in the next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley will be looking at the running of both the U.S. Open and delayed French Open to help plan contingencies for the first Grand Slam tournament of 2021.
Palermo Open will mark the first professional tennis event across the WTA and the ATP Tours since early March with action scheduled to get underway on the clay courts from August 3.
Maria Sharapova was handed a 15-month suspension from tennis after her admittance to using meldonium, an anti-ischemic drug banned by WADA, in March 2016.
Serena Williams and her two-year old Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. are officially co-owners of a new Los Angeles–based women's football team called Angel City.
The tournament was set to begin on August 14 and serve as a build-up for the US Open.
While calling the title win 'special' because of the adversities this season, Rafael Nadal also expressed his disappointment on being unable to celebrate the victory with the fans.
The Kentucky event, called the Top Seed Open, announced Thursday that Serena Williams and 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens will be in the field when play begins there August 10.
AITA has decided to subject all junior players entering the national championships to age verification test, a step which Mahesh Bhupathi says should have been taken 50 years ago.
Somdev Devvarman, the former India number one, says the number of players in the country that have remained quiet on issues in their sport infuriates him.
Dominic Thiem believes that the Adria Tour criticism has gone too far as he also hit back at Nick Kyrgios for criticising Alexander Zverev last month for breaking quarantine rules.
The 36-year-old Australian tennis pro announced Monday on Instagram that her partner, Liz, gave birth to a girl in June.
In a video chat with The Indian Express, former tennis player Somdev Devvarman shares his experiences with racism and social injustice in India. The Commonwealth and Asian Games gold medallist from Tripura remembers being called ‘Bahadur’ and ‘Chinese’, and breaking barriers with his racquet. Devvarman also speaks out on police brutality in India, and why athletes don’t raise their voices on social issues.
“I am more likely to say something,” says former India No.1 tennis player, Somdev Devvarman. Especially, he says, when the issues that confront him demand it -- police brutality and racism.
Officials said 256 players who would have competed in the main draw will each receive 25,000 pounds ($31,000), while 224 players who would have competed in qualifying will each receive 12,500 pounds ($15,600).
“It’s obviously more than just criticism, it’s like an agenda. Someone has to take the fall, a big name," said Novak Djokovic, who tested positive for COVID-19 after the Adria Tour in June.