Sports stars and celebrities obviously have to deal with their fair share of oddball fans, but Andy Murray arguably has a story that trumps most bizarre encounters.
Australian tennis-playing bad boy Bernard Tomic’s mouth continues to cause him trouble. And his outrageous meltdown at the expense of a heckler during his match at the U.S.
Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic once again is allowing his mouth and hot temper to further tarnish his already-unflattering reputation.
Mike Tyson was among the glitterati in attendance at Arthur Ashe Stadium this week to take in some opening-round action at the U.S. Open.
Pablo Cuevas threatened to urinate right on the court at Wimbledon after the chair umpire denied his request for a bathroom break after he and his doubles partner already used their allotted two.
A pair of supposed Serena Williams fans showed up to one of the tennis star’s Australian Open matches holding a sign imploring her to “Keep Calm and Be Serena.
Serena Williams fancies herself a Supergirl of sorts — and rightfully so — after she foiled a would-be thief who was attempting to make off with her cellphone.
Lindsey Vonn and Caroline Wozniacki have a lot in common — both are high-profile, incredibly successful female athletes — so perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that the two supersta
One would think Caroline Wozniacki would be in a cheerier mood following her 6-1, 7-6 (6) victory over Denisa Allertova in the second round at Wimbledon, but the 24-year-old Danish superstar definite
Nick Kyrgios, a 20-year-old rising star in the world of tennis from Australia, is remarkably outspoken, even cocky.
Maria Sharapova obviously is a worldwide superstar and global tennis icon, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that she lands on magazine covers in countries far and wide.
Perhaps she should have seen it coming, but it nevertheless is plain silly and completely absurd that Caroline Wozniacki had to defend a tweet in which she congratulated Jordan Spieth for he he ran r
Caroline Wozniacki is one of a handful of professional athletes who grace the pages of this year’s edition of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Eugenie Bouchard is not only one of best women’s tennis players on tour, she is a sage and savvy problem-solver.
A profoundly uncomfortable and arguably inappropriate incident during the Australian Open involving Ian Cohen, a male presenter, and Eugenie Bouchard has ignited accusations of sexism at the prestigi