A centenary celebration for Wimbledon’s Centre Court will highlight the 2022 tournament

Organizers expect a return to normal for The Championships for the first time since 2019.

Roger Federer, el tenista mejor pagado por 16° vez consecutiva: por qué solo el 1% de su fortuna proviene del circuito ATP

El suizo, quien se recupera de una tercera operación en la rodilla, recaudó 90,6 millones de dólares. La gran mayoría de su fortuna fue por patrocinios y cooperaciones con grandes marcas

Roger Federer anunció que deberá operarse una rodilla y será baja “varios meses”: “Sé lo difícil que es a esta edad pasar por otra cirugía”

El tenista suizo, de 40 años, jugó su último partido en Wimbledon, cuando perdió en sets corridos en los cuartos de final ante el polaco Hubert Hurkacz

Andy Murray, el tenista que se ganó un lugar entre los grandes

El bicampeón olímpico podrá refrendar su doble medalla dorada en Tokio 2020 a pesar de haber perdido en Wimbledon

Tokyo 2020: the Games of Silence

(ATR) The Olympics without spectators does little to signal that we are escaping from the grasp of the pandemic. 

Wimbledon achieves what will be unfeasible in Tokyo 2020: stadiums with full stands

Wimbledon, the most prestigious tennis tournament and icon of world sport, will achieve something unfeasible at Tokyo 2020 

ATR 2Minute Newscast: Covid-19 Sporting Delays and Cancellations

(ATR) Also: What one federation is doing to protect players during the pandemic ... ATR 2Minute Newscast


Corona Chronicles: Olympic Flame on Display, Wimbledon Cancelled

Also: Simone Biles on delaying Tokyo 2020; 2021 Mediterranean Games postponed 

First Global Sports Week Paris concludes with a challenge to world sports leaders

IOC Executives Meet Before Landmark Session -- Monday Memo

(ATR) Also: Tour de France with Paris 24 feel; no favorites at Wimbledon; PASO meetings ongoing; BA 2018 YOG CoComm.

No French Open For Maria Sharapova

(ATR) French Tennis Federation says there cannot be a wildcard granted for a return from doping.

Rio Olympic Torch Relay; Wimbledon -- Monday Memo

(ATR) Wimbledon begins; Rio 2016 torch relay heads to Mato Grosso do Sul.

Aussie Swimmer Apologizes for "Blatantly Racist" Comments

(ATR) Australian Olympic swimming legend Dawn Fraser apologized for remarks made to two tennis stars.

Panamania Takes Over Toronto -- Monday Memo

(ATR) The 2015 Pan American Games officially open on Friday.

Boston 2024 Reveals Revised Bid Plan This Week -- Monday Memo

(ATR) Also: Competition in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup ends on July 5 in Vancouver.

Wimbledon is the target for Laureus World Breakthrough Nominee Marin Cilic

US Open champion and 2015 Laureus Nominee Marin Cilic is hoping to put injury behind him and is targeting victory at Wimbledon this year, with the invaluable support of coach and former Laureus Award winner Goran Ivanisevic.

Sochi 2014 Debrief; Pistorius Back in Court -- Monday Memo

(ATR) Also: Teams compete in the knockout stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Monday Memo -- Tokyo 2020 Coordination Commission; Sochi 2014 Debrief

(ATR) Also: The 2014 Wimbledon Championships kicks off today at the All-England Club in London.

Media Watch -- Sochi Explored; Olympians in "Body" Issue

(ATR) The Economist, NBC affiliate profile Sochi... Olympians in ESPN The Magazine's "The Body" issue... Unofficial Tour de France watchdogs hope to figure out if cyclists are doping... Twitter says Murray victory bigger than the Olympics... More inside... 

Monday Memo - YOG Vote; Universiade; U-20 World Cup

(ATR) 2018 Youth Olympic Games up for grabs ... 2020 bid cities present ... IOC presidential candidates pitch members ... Summer Universiade opens ... U-20 World Cup closes ... NHL, Sochi agreement? ... All that and more ahead this week from Around the Rings ...

Grading the Games -- London Sets New Standard

(ATR) A week after the London Olympics closing ceremony, it is still tempting to use the word "perfect" to describe the 2012 Games. Around the Rings Grades the Games...

Spectator Counts for London; Praise for Wiggins; Presidential Props for Phelps

(ATR) LOCOG says 3.8 million spectators have filed into 2012 venues so far ... British Olympic chief heaps praise on Bradley Wiggins ... Tennis chief talks mixed doubles ... Barack Obama tweets at Michael Phelps ...

Full of Color, Wimbledon Finds Footing

(ATR) The president of the International Tennis Federation tells Around the Rings the All England Club looks “even more beautiful than usual” dressed in its Olympics garb. ATR's Matthew Grayson reports from Wimbledon.

Top Story Replay - Rapid Repairs of Wimbledon Courts for Olympic Tennis

(ATR) Wimbledon groundsman Neil Stubley tells Around the Rings that two years of experimentation on rapidly renovating the 12 tennis courts needed for the Olympics is paying dividends. This story was originally published July 10.

The Inside Story - Rapid Repairs of Wimbledon Courts for Olympic Tennis

(ATR) Wimbledon groundsman Neil Stubley tells Around the Rings that two years of experimentation on rapidly renovating the 12 tennis courts needed for the Olympics is paying dividends. ATR's Mark Bisson has more with this Inside Story... 

Olympians at Wimbledon; Equestrian Bidding; USOC's "Green Ring"

(ATR) Olympic doubles champions win Wimbledon singles titles ... Wellington, Fla. withdraws candidacy for 2018 World Equestrian Games ... USOC unveils sustainability program ... More inside ...

Rogge Visits London; Terror Arrests; Olympic Rings at Wembley

(ATR) Jacques Rogge to spend the weekend in London… Authorities arrest terrorist suspects in London… Olympic Rings installed at Wembley… Romario calls Brazilian Olympic squad “rubbish”… More inside.

Monday Memo - U.S. Bid Talks; Jungwirth Trial; Wimbledon; Hoops Qualifying

(ATR) U.S. Olympic Committee leaders expected to mull bid options ... Trial of former Austrian NOC secretary general resumes ... Wimbledon wraps up ... Final three spots for men's Olympic basketball tournament on offer ... All that and more ahead this week from Around the Rings ...

LOCOG Ready for Wimbledon Conversion; No Guaranteed Security for Games

(ATR) LOCOG tells Around the Rings "there isn't that much to do" at All England Club ... Head of Britain's MI5 security service says there's "no such thing as guaranteed security" ... First-ever Team GB women's Olympic football squad unveiled ... More inside this London Latest ...