One of the most successful player-coach partnerships of the past decade came to an end on Monday, when Stan Wawrinka announced via Instagram that he will no longer be working with Magnus Norman. The 35-year-old began his collaboration with the former World No. 2 in April 2013, when he was No.
The ATP Tour remains suspended until 13 July, but fans are following their favorite players closely. Chris, a 12-year-old who lives in San Diego, California, misses the Tour so much that he wrote a song about it. This is Chris. Chris was born with a rare genetic disorder called Alström Syndrome that
The Big Four didn't just dominate this decade individually. Their battles against each other also created some of the most compelling storylines throughout the past 10 years. ATPTour.com looks at how the FedEx ATP Head2Head rivalries featuring Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray helped shape the 2010s. Novak Djokovic
No. 15, Stan Wawrinka, +2, 1,820 PointsThe 16-time tour-level titlist advanced to his second indoor final of the year at the European Open in Antwerp. Wawrinka defeated Feliciano Lopez and Gilles Simon in three sets, before ending the run of Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals. Despite his three-set loss to
Damir Dzumhur put a quick end to Stan Wawrinka's hopes of winning a third title at the Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open, defeating the second-seeded Swiss 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in his second-round opening match Wednesday. Wawrinka had won the Geneva title in 2016-17. Wawrinka led 3-0 to start the decisive set,