Boulter is ranked 349 in the world and is 11th in the British rankingsKatie Boulter says she has made a complete recovery from a stress fracture of the back, and now feels "no pain whatsoever". Boulter was Britain's number two when she was injured playing for her country against Kazakhstan in a Fed Cup tie in April. The 23-year-old has not played since. But now, six months on, she is preparing to return to the tour in either France or Thailand in the week of 4 November.
Konta reached a Grand Slam semi-final and two quarter-finals in 2019British number one Johanna Konta has pulled out of next week's WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai and will not play again this season. The 28-year-old's last match was a quarter-final defeat by Elina Svitolina at the US Open in September. Konta has had pain in her knee, and has decided to focus on rehabilitation for the rest of the year. She is currently ranked 11th in the world, having begun the year 38th and fallen to 47th in April.
Dan Evans is setting his sights on breaking into the world's top 40 for the first time - and going higherDan Evans will become the British number one for the first time on Monday and he thinks his world ranking of 43 "can get a lot higher". Evans, 29, takes over from Kyle Edmund, 18 months after being unranked as he returned from a drugs ban. The Lawn Tennis Association says 13 men, including Andy Murray and Tim Henman, have been British number one since rankings were introduced in 1973.
Katie Boulter will return to the courts in two weeks time. Her stress fracture is healed, and she says she feels “no pain whatsoever.”
Here she is on her last six months, and that Roland Garros withdrawal. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/tennis/50105385…
Dan Evans, Andy Murray, Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski are the first four names in Leon Smith’s GB Davis Cup squad. A fifth will be added in the coming weeks - so the door is still open for Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie.
Andy Murray beats Stan Wawrinka from a set and a break down to win the European Open in Antwerp.
In the sixth ATP Tour event of his comeback.
And 9 months after an operation which he thought would probably end his career.