The United States Tennis Association (USTA) announced its position this week, which is similar to that of the French Open.
Following the invasion of Ukraine, the All England club has banned Russian and Belarusian players from competing.
While most people have supported the decision, there also have been many who are against it, including Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic.
The ex-Ukraine tennis pro, who has joined the national army reserve in wake of Russia's invasion of his country, reflects on his sentiments in an exclusive interview with SportsLum...
Chelsea FC’s shirt sponsor Three has suspended its deal with the club after owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the British government.
The 97-year-old Ukrainian, who wishes to live till 100, has also survived the second world war.
The U-turn comes less than 24 hours after the IPC announced on Wednesday that Russian and Belarussian athletes would be allowed to compete when the Games begin
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich on Wednesday confirmed he will sell the Premier League club amid Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Nikita Mazepin will be allowed to continue racing for Haas after the FIA opted to have Russian and Belarusian drivers under a neutral flag.
FIBA remains very concerned by the recent events in Ukraine and expresses its deepest sympathies to the victims.