November 22, 2015: The day Novak Djokovic won a record fourth straight Masters title in London

Every day Tennis Majors looks back at the biggest moments in tennis history. On November 22, 2015, Novak Djokovic capped an exceptional season by clinching a record fourth consecutive Masters title

US Open, Olympics, German, ATP Finals: 10 questions about Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev won the Olympic gold medal and ATP Finals in 2021. Here are the answers to 10 questions you may have about the German

Djokovic dominates Norrie, remains perfect in Turin ahead of Saturday’s semi-final showdown with Zverev

Novak Djokovic was ruthless in his takedown of Cameron Norrie on Friday at the ATP Finals. Next up for the world No 1 a date with Alexander Zverev in the semi-finals.

November 19, 2005: the day Roger Federer scored the only double bagel in the history of the Masters Cup

On this day in 2005, Roger Federer didn’t put a foot wrong as he dismantled Gaston Gaudio in one of the most lopsided Masters semi-finals ever.

November 18, 1990: The day Andre Agassi won the season-ending Masters for his first major title

Every day Tennis Majors looks back at the biggest moments in tennis history. On November 18, 1990, Andre Agassi, who had never won a major tournament before, defeated world No 1 Stefan Edberg in the final of the first Masters Cup held in Europe in 15 years

November 17, 1991: The day Pete Sampras claimed his first Masters title

On this day in tennis history, one young American beat a compatriot to win his first Masters title. Look back on how he did it.

Djokovic sees off Ruud in ATP Finals opener

The world No 1 got to grips with his opponent and conditions as he made a winning start in Turin

November 15, 2015: The day Novak Djokovic completed the longest winning streak at the ATP Finals

Every day, Tennis Majors looks back at some of the biggest moments in tennis history. On November 15, 2015, Novak Djokovic beat Kei Nishikori in the ATP Finals to set an all-time record of 15 straight wins in the competition

November 12, 1978: The day John McEnroe beat Bjorn Borg for the first time

On this day in tennis history, John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg played the first of 14 matches in their intense rivalry that took tennis to new heights in the late 1970s and early 1980s

Dates, tickets, prize money: 10 questions about 2021 ATP Finals

Everything you need to know about the season-ending ATP Finals, from the eight-man field to former champions and ticket prices

November 5, 2016: The day Andy Murray became world No 1 for the first time

Every day Tennis Majors looks back to the biggest moments in tennis history. On this day in 2016, the withdrawal of Milos Raonic at the Paris Masters meant that Andy Murray became the world No 1 for the first time

November 4, 1984: The day John McEnroe threw one of his most famous tantrums in Stockholm

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the most memorable moments in tennis history. On this day in 1984, John McEnroe threw a tantrum that cost him a hefty fine and a 21-day ban from the tour

November 2, 1986: The day Becker won the inaugural Paris-Bercy Open

On this day in tennis history, world No 2 Boris Becker beat a qualifier ranked No 100 in the world to win the first of this three Paris-Bercy Open titles

October 30, 1994: The day Becker became the first player in the Open Era to beat the world’s top three players at the same event

After a disappointing US Open campaign in 1994, Boris Becker hit back at his critics by beating Michael Stich, Pete Sampras and Goran Ivanisevic back-to-back-to-back and created tennis history

October 29, 2006: The day Roger Federer won the first of his 10 Basel titles

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the special moments in tennis history. On this day in 2006, Roger Federer achieved a lifelong dream of winning his hometown event and started a unique tradition with the ball boys in Basel

October 27, 1996: The day Becker beat Sampras in an epic Stuttgart final

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the most iconic moments in tennis history. On this day in 1996, Boris Becker won his final ATP Masters 1000 title after a five-set win over his American rival

October 25, 1981: The day Gerulaitis was disqualified in Melbourne

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to look back at an important moment in tennis history. On this day in 1981,Vitas Gerulaitis got into trouble with the umpires and was defaulted in a match against Aussie Peter McNamara

October 22, 1985: The day Arthur Ashe resigned as USA’s Davis Cup captain

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to celebrate an important moment in tennis history. On this day in 1985, the lack of commitment from top American players led to the resignation of the team captain

October 21, 1989: The day Jimmy Connors claimed the last of his 109 ATP titles

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to celebrate an important moment in tennis history. Today, we go back to 1989 to witness how 37-year-old Jimmy Connors defeated Gilad Bloom to win the Tel-Aviv Open and add a 109th title to his amazing list of achievements.

October 17, 1982: The day Jimmy Connors had the umpire removed

Every day Tennis Majors looks back at the biggest moments in tennis history. On October 17, 1982, an angry Jimmy Connors had the umpire replaced in a semi-final match in Sydney, but still lost

October, 12, 1994: The day Jeff Tarango pulled down his pants on court in Tokyo

Every day Tennis Majors takes you back in time to celebrate a great moment in tennis history. Today, we go back to 1994 to witness one of Jeff Tarango’s most famous antics which he says made even Michael Chang smile