November 15 - Kyra Shroff (pictured), one of India's most promising young tennis players, has claimed that she has not received a promised bonus of Rs 15 lakh (£1,900) for winning two medals at last year's Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune.
November 9 - Serena Williams (pictured) admitted today that her career would not be complete with winning a singles Olympic gold medal at the London 2012 Games, when the tournament will be staged at Wimbledon.
October 5 - Heather Watson (pictured), the new US Open junior girls singles champion, has launched her website.
September 23 - Roger Draper (pictured), the chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association, has pledged to see out his new £1.5 million five-year contract despite Britain being relegated to the third division of world tennis.
ROGER DRAPER (pictured), the chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), has today launched a stinging attack on the sport in Britain.
BRITISH men's head coach Paul Annacone (pictured) wants up to seven players in the world's top 20 by the time of the 2012 Olympics, he said today.
Madrid’s new "Magic Box" tennis centre would be a stunning Olympic venue in 2016 if the Spanish capital is chosen to follow London, the General Assembly of the International Tennis Federation was told.
June 8 - Roger Federer (pictured) should carry on until the London 2012 Olympics, Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee, has written to urge him.
By Duncan Mackay
September 8 - Andy Murray (pictured) failed to become the first British man for 72 years to win a Grand Slam title as Switzerland's Roger Federer beat him easily in the final of the US Open in New York tonight.
By an insidethegames reporterSeptember 11 - Roger Federer and Mark Todd (pictured), two iconic names in their sports, have both confirmed that they have set their sights on London 2012.
SEPTEMBER 13 - BRITAIN's Peter Norfolk and Jamie Burdekin (pictured) won bronze Paralympic Games wheelchair tennis quad doubles after a dramatic three-set play-off against the Dutch pair of Dorrie Timmermans-Van Hall and Bas Van Erp in Beijing tonight.
SEPTEMBER 16 - THE Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) announced that life assurance and pensions company AEGON has a signed a five-year £25 million deal to become the first ever lead partner of British Tennis.