The WTA has announced a global sponsorship agreement with SAP, a worldwide leader in enterprise application software.
The partnership hopes to transform tennis by developing innovative solutions for fans, players and media in a multi-year global deal.
Rafael Nadal proved again what a force he is to be reckoned with when he won the Montreal Masters on Sunday and rose again to a top three ranking.
His 25th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title earned the Spaniard the third spot in the rankings and a very real chance of overtaking Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic by the end of the year to regain his number one slot.
Japan's Eiichi Kawatei died on Saturday 3 August at the age of 79 after a long and distinguished career in tennis administration.
From Ashiya City, Japan, Kawatei was a leader in the development and promotion of the sport in Asia and worldwide for more than 40 years, supporting the ITF, national associations, players, officials, coaches and many international events.
For the ninth year in a row Maria Sharapova heads the latest Forbes list of the highest paid female athletes published In August, which also features six other tennis players in the top ten.
Only Danica Patrick, Kim Yuna and Paula Creamer break the stronghold of tennis earners.
The gender pay-gap in other sports has put tennis ahead since 2007 when both Roland Garros and Wimbledon offered equal pay to their men's and women's champions.
The first ever Great British Tennis Weekend, a way for everyone to enjoy free tennis, is taking place at 39 park sites across the country from 17-18August, to encourage people inspired by an incredible 12 months in British tennis with Grand Slam victories and London 2012 medals.
The Great British Tennis Weekend is the highlight of the Lawn Tennis Association's summer and autumn drive with over different 160 tennis events.
The Tennis Industry Association in the United States is the research source for all data related to the sport in that country.
It has recently announced it will host a meeting on ‘The State of the Tennis Industry' in New York City on Monday, 26 August, during the US Open.
The meeting will update attendees on the different sectors, current tennis marketplace, key initiatives, programs and research; plus take a closer look at the makeup of frequent tennis players and consumers and how to get them more engaged with tennis.
The USTA, organiser of the US Open, has announced its largest prize money purse for the final Grand Slam of the year in celebration of the 40th anniversary of equal prize money for men and women.
The total base prize money for the 2013 US Open will be $34.3 million, with US $2.6 million (£1.7million) going to the men's and women's singles champions.
With the lead-up to the US Open now under way, British players are again making headlines after their short break since Wimbledon.
Jamie Murray won the ninth ATP doubles title of his career and his second with Australian partner John Peers with victory in Gstaad last week when the pair beat Spanish duo Pablo Andujar and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, 6-3 6-4, in the final of the Swiss Open.
Britain's newly crowned Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray, tweeted: "Big congrats to my bro @jamie_murray and partner john peers 4 winning title in gstaad!"
The New York City Council has voted overwhelmingly to approve the USTA's plan to expand into an additional 0.68 acres of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for the US Open site after it agreed to return 1.56 acres back to the park.
The move allows the US Open to grow, thrive and be enjoyed by generations of fans for decades to come by improving the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
With high profile players like Viktor Troicki and Marin Cilic making headlines in connection with drug testing failures, attention is, once again, being focused on the International Tennis Federation's Anti-Doping Programme.
Last week the ITF announced that Serbia's Troicki was found to have committed a violation by refusing to submit a sample collection after being notified on 15 April 2013 that he had been selected to provide a urine sample and a blood sample in association with his participation at the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters event.