As Andy Murray gears up for his semi-final match today, we meet Leicestershire's tennis hopeful making a name for himself internationally.
In her second Paralympics, Halesowen's Jordanne Whiley is looking for her first medal today.
The AEGON Classic tennis tournament starts in Birmingham today.
Birmingham's Ann Jones has been awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours for her service to tennis since winning Wimbledon in 1969.
Solihull tennis player Dan Evans plays Croatian number one Ivan Dodig on the first day of Great Britain's Davis Cup World Group play off in Umag today.
Evans is ranked world number 149 after his performance in the US Open, while Dodig is number 35.
In the other match today, Andy Murray plays 16 year old Borna Coric.
Birmingham tennis player Dan Evans says he is confident he can keep performing at the top level after his success at the US Open.
The 23-year-old, who is ranked 179 in the world, made it to the third round at Flushing Meadows earlier this week earning him £60,000 in prize money.
Read more on Dan Evans' success at the US Open here.
Dan Evans, the 23-year-old tennis player from Birmingham, is through to the third round of the US Open.
Evans, who is ranked number 179 in the world, beat Australian Bernard Tomic, who is ranked just outside the top 50, in four sets, 1-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-3.
He will now take on Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the third round of the US Open.
Our Sports Correspondent, Steve Clamp, has been to meet Dan's sister, Laura Kitching.
Britain's new tennis sensation, Dan Evans, will take on Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the third round of the US Open.
The Birmingham man has surprised the tennis world with his performances so far at this year's tournament - which he only qualified for because another player dropped out.
His defeat of 11th seed Kei Nishikori in the first round earlier this week was Evans' first ever US Open match.
He followed that up by defeating Australian, Bernard Tomic, yesterday - a player whose father blocked a practice session with Evans, claiming he was not good enough.
Nineteenth seed Tommy Robredo beat Marinko Matosevic in four sets in his first round match, and dominated Frank Dancevic in the second round in straight sets.
Birmingham's Dan Evans is through to the third round of the US Open in New York.
The 23-year-old, who is ranked number 179 in the world, beat Australian Bernard Tomic, who is ranked just outside the top 50, in four sets, 1-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-3.
Dave Evans is the father of Daniel Evans, who stormed to victory in the the US Open, beating the 11th seed Kei Nishikori in the first round.
Daniel rang his father at 5:00 this morning - he just said "Yeah, I've played well" before moving on to "general chitchat" but Dave says though that "underneath he's going mad."
- Name: Dan Evans
- Born: 23/05/1990 in Birmingham
- Ranked: 179 in the world
- Best ranking: 169
- Favourite surface: Clay
- Began playing tennis aged seven
- Part of the British team that won the World Junior Tennis Competition in the Czech Republic in 2004
- Coached by Mark Taylor at the Nottingham Performance Academy
- ATP debut as a wild card at Queen's Club in 2008
- Grand Slam debut as a wild card at Wimbledon in 2009
- Davis Cup debut for Great Britain against Poland in 2009
- One career title Challenger title, in Jersey 2009
- Nine career Futures titles
- Lead the British team to victory against Slovakia in a 2012 Davis Cup tie, beating Lukas Lacko and Martin Klizan in the singles matches. Both were ranked significantly higher than him
- Qualified for the 2013 US Open after three qualifier wins
- Knocked out 11th seed Kei Nishikori in the first round
The former coach of Dan Evans, who knocked the 11th seed out of the US Open, said it was clear from an early age that the British player had a natural ability.
The 23-year-old, who is ranked 179th in the world, clinched a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory against Kei Nishikori in New York.
Scott Key told ITV News: "I think this a big opportunity for him to take on this as a big move forward in his career. Undoubtedly we all knew he had the talent but I think it's actually having the belief in his own talent and that's what's changing."