Friday 3rd April 2020 - 12:48
Current Artist
Current Song
On air now
Paul Baker on the Radio
12:00 - 14:00
Listen live
BBC Tennis
27th December, 12:02

Greatest moments of the decade - 'I was there - Murray wins Wimbledon'

Jonathan Overend looks back on the day Andy Murray ended Britain's 77-year wait for a Wimbledon men's singles champion.
25th November, 12:06

Davis Cup: What worked, what didn't & what needs to change

What worked in the new-look Davis Cup finals, what didn’t and what are the lessons to learn before next year? BBC Sport analyses the event.
18th November, 00:15

Who will win what in 2020? Becker & Henman's predictions

Boris Becker and Tim Henman pick their highlights of the year and make their tennis predictions for 2020. Who do they tip to win a Grand Slam?
14th July, 21:07

Novak Djokovic: How 1999 Nato bombings of Belgrade shaped his career

An in-depth look at Novak Djokovic's rise, from growing up in a war-torn country to becoming the world's best male tennis player.
13th June, 08:22

Sign up for the BBC Sport app

With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
2nd April, 12:29

Naomi Broady: GB player considered supermarket work during coronavirus lockdown

Britain's Naomi Broady says she considered supermarket work after Wimbledon was cancelled and the tennis season halted until mid-July.
1st April, 16:00

Wimbledon cancelled due to coronavirus - where does that leave tennis in 2020?

Wimbledon is cancelled for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic - so where does that leave tennis for the rest of the year?
1st April, 15:11

After coronavirus: Sport set for hectic year approaching 2021

Postponed events mean 2021 could be a hectic year for sport - we look in detail at the calendar.
31st March, 12:52

Coronavirus: British tennis player Katie Swan and family help deliver care packages

Great Britain's Katie Swan, living in Kansas, tells BBC Sport about her family's effort to help vulnerable people by delivering food packages during the coronavirus crisis.
31st March, 10:39

'So many bigger things in life' Swan on helping vulnerable in crisis

British tennis star Katie Swan says "there are so many bigger things in life" after her family receive overwhelming responses from vulnerable people they have helped through the coronavirus crisis.
26th March, 10:50

Jamie Murray: 'I don't know how long they could push Wimbledon back'

Jamie Murray says the All England Club face a considerable challenge rescheduling Wimbledon if it is postponed because of coronavirus.
25th March, 20:02

Decision on Wimbledon to be made next week

The All England Club will make a decision on this year's Wimbledon next week, with postponement and cancellation possible.
25th March, 12:57

Federer donates 1m Swiss francs to help 'most vulnerable families in Switzerland'

Roger Federer and his wife Mirka donate 1m Swiss francs (£857,000) "for the most vulnerable families in Switzerland" and call on others to add their support.
18th March, 19:12

Coronavirus: ATP and WTA Tours extend suspension until 7 June

The suspension of the professional tennis tours because of coronavirus is extended to 7 June, ruling out the entire clay-court season.
18th March, 12:15

USTA 'assessing options' for US Open after French Open switch

The United States Tennis Association says it has not ruled out switching the US Open to a later date, after the French Open was moved.
17th March, 20:25

Coronavirus: French Open tennis moved to September

The French Open is rescheduled to September and October as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
16th March, 14:03

WTA postpones all tournaments until at least 2 May

No WTA tournaments will be played until at least 2 May as the tour extends its suspension because of coronavirus.
15th March, 10:22

Could you be a line umpire? Test yourself with our quiz

A matter of millimetres and many miles per hour. Can you ensure justice is done and avoid the wrath of the world's elite tennis stars?
12th March, 23:12

Coronavirus: All tennis cancelled until 20 April because of outbreak

No professional tennis tournaments will be played anywhere in the world until at least 20 April.
12th March, 17:17

France and Czechs in Great Britain's Davis Cup group

Great Britain are paired with France and the Czech Republic for November's Davis Cup Finals in Madrid.
8th March, 18:17

Kenin beats Friedsam to win inaugural Lyon Open

Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin wins the inaugural Lyon Open beating Anna-Lena Friedsam 6-2 4-6 6-4.
8th March, 10:25

Players asked not to give towels and sweatbands to fans

Tennis players will be asked not to hand out used towels and sweatbands to fans as part of further action to try to combat the spread of coronavirus.
7th March, 22:07

Johanna Konta loses Monterrey semi-final to Marie Bouzkova

British number one Johanna Konta loses 6-3 6-4 to ninth seed Marie Bouzkova in the Monterrey Open semi-finals.
7th March, 19:45

Davis Cup: Ecuador stun Japan to reach Finals week in Madrid

Ecuador beat Japan to reach the Davis Cup Finals, with Sweden, Austria and Hungary all sealing their first appearances.
7th March, 16:08

Maria Sharapova wins Wimbledon in 2004

Watch Maria Sharapova beat Serena Williams to become Wimbledon champion in 2004 at the age of 17.
8th February, 18:55

Fed Cup: Heather Watson dominates Rebecca Sramkova - best shots

Great Britain's Heather Watson enjoys a dominant victory over Rebecca Sramkova in their Fed Cup qualifying tie against Slovakia.
7th February, 20:37

Fed Cup: Harriet Dart loses thriller to Viktoria Kuzmova - best shots

Watch some of the best shots as Harriet Dart loses a thrilling match against Viktoria Kuzmova, meaning Great Britain now trail Slovakia 2-0 in their Fed Cup qualifier.
7th February, 17:55

Fed Cup: Slovakia's Anna Karolina Schmiedlova beats Great Britain's Heather Watson

Watch the best shots as Slovakia's Anna Karolina Schmiedlova beats Great Britain's Heather Watson in straight sets in the opening match of their Fed Cup qualifier.
2nd February, 18:43

Australian Open: Britain's Joe Salisbury first Grand Slam doubles title a 'dream come true'

Britain's Joe Salisbury describes winning his first Grand Slam doubles title at the Australian Open as a 'dream come true'.
2nd February, 15:26

Highlights: Novak Djokovic digs deep to beat Dominic Thiem and win eighth Australian Open title

Watch the best moments as Novak Djokovic fights back to beat Dominic Thiem in five sets, 6-4 4-6 2-6 6-3 6-4, in an enthralling Australian Open final at Melbourne Park.
1st February, 14:41

Highlights: Sofia Kenin beats Garbine Muguruza to win Australian Open

Watch highlights as America's Sofia Kenin wins her first Grand Slam title with victory over Spain's Garbine Muguruza at the Australian Open.
24th January, 23:27

Kiki Bertens column: Achilles injury stopped me playing doubles with Barty

Kiki Bertens reflects on her second-round win at the Australian Open, as well as the issue of medical timeouts.
23rd January, 22:23

Jamie Murray column: Australian Open weather, ATP Cup & footballing rivalries

Britain's Jamie Murray discusses the strange weather at the Australian Open, playing the ATP Cup and football rivalries with doubles partner Neil Skupski.
18th January, 10:06

Australian Open 2020: What happens when tennis greats call it a day?

Caroline Wozniacki retired after the Australian Open, but how much do you remember about other tennis stars calling it quits?
15th January, 21:00

Clijsters on second comeback, Australian Open air quality & doing the splits

Kim Clijsters discusses the Australian Open air quality issue, her motivation for coming out of retirement and whether she will still do the splits on court.
On Air
On air now
Paul Baker on the Radio
12:00 - 14:00
Up next
AXR Afternoons
14:00 - 16:00
Facebook