|Federer to play Dimitrov in MSG exhibition
Former world No. 1 great Roger Federer will play "Baby Fed" in an exhibition tennis match at Madison Square Garden in March.
|Former world No. 3 Davydenko retires
One-time world No. 3 star Nikolay Davydenko announced his retirement on Thursday.
|At the Net: Nishikori continues to climb
With China's Li Na no longer in the fold, Kei Nishikori is now the toast of the town in tennis-crazed Asia.
|Former tennis pro, teacher Vic Braden dies
Vic Braden, a former tennis player who became one of the nation's top tennis instructors, died from complications of congestive heart failure at the age of 85.
|At the Net: The 'Road to Singapore' is complete
Well, it took just over nine months, but the elite eight field for the prestigious WTA Finals in Singapore was filled out this week with the additions of Wimbledon runner-up Genie Bouchard, Agnieszka Radwanska, U.S. Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic.
|Serena withdraws from China Open
U.S. Open champion Serena Williams withdrew from the China Open ahead of her quarterfinal match against Sam Stosur due to a left knee injury.
|At the Net: Goffin's got it goin'
Belgian tennis, of course, enjoyed quite a bit of success on the women's side in recent years, thanks to former world No. 1s Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters in the 2000s, but they've yet to produce a bona fide men's stud.
|At the Net: Li, We Hardly Knew Ye
It's never good news for a sport when it loses one of its biggest stars to retirement. And that's exactly what happened to tennis on Friday when Li Na announced she was hanging up her racquet.
|Li Na announces retirement
Two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na announced her retirement from tennis through an open letter on Friday.
|Report: Li Na will announce retirement on Friday
Two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na is set to announce her retirement on Friday, according to Chinese state-owned CCTV. The CCTV News account tweeted a report that Li's agent had confirmed the news.