Tennis

— 27 April 2022

Wimbledon ran out of options

The time for decisions has passed, but now it is time for the organisers of the next Wimbledon tournament to explain their position. A week after announcing that Russian... Lire la suite »

— 26 April 2022

China wiped off the map

The Peng Shuai affair has disappeared from the news since the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, but its consequences on women’s professional tennis remain spectacular. WTA boss Steve Simon announced... Lire la suite »

— 22 April 2022

Andrey Rublev at the net

Predictable. Reactions are multiplying in the tennis world after the decision of the Wimbledon tournament organisers to ban Russian and Belarusian players from the 2022 edition (27 June to... Lire la suite »

— 6 December 2021

ITF will not follow the WTA

There are differing views on the Peng Shuai case within world tennis. Unlike the WTA, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) will not suspend its events in China in 2022.... Lire la suite »

— 2 December 2021

WTA suspends tournaments in China

The decision is dramatic. The Women’s Professional Tennis Association (WTA) has announced through its president and executive director, Steve Simon (pictured above), the suspension of all tournaments scheduled in... Lire la suite »