The 19-year-old is forced to retire from her second round match with a wrist injury.
Uncertainty has kicked in over Brexit and what it may mean for Brits living in Germany.
A new study has shone a light on which stretches of motorway in France cost the most per kilometre.
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has put months of speculation over his future to an end by confirming that he will join Manchester United.
Angela Merkel said the German parliament should be consulted on the EU's free trade deal with Canada, setting her on a collision course with the European Commission.
An 84-year-old from Bavaria has reported a sex hotline to police after it let down his expectations of late night lust - and then charged him through the nose.
Prince William, his wife Kate and brother Harry are set to attend a vigil in France.
The case, which involved assistance from the FBI, regards poisonous substance ricin that was allegedly stolen from Uppsala University to aid a blackmail plot.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, and many if not most British expats in Italy are deeply concerned. But there are a few silver linings...perhaps.
Cockatoos have a good understanding of economics, a new study shows.
The Brexit vote has not changed anything yet, but there's no doubt our heads are full of questions about what might happen?
UPDATED: A total of 79,600 kroner was seized from five Iranian nationals.
Uncertainty has kicked in over Brexit and what it may mean for British expats living in Spain.
Google's offices in Madrid were being searched in a tax probe Thursday, just over a month after police raided the Internet giant in Paris in a similar investigation.
While the financial markets have been thrown into disarray by the Brexit vote, leading experts on the German labour market say the country is easily strong enough to cope.
A potentially deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria has spread to more than 50 heart patients at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, Stockholm.
Siam Park in Tenerife has topped TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Awards.
The Tour de France will start in possibly the only village in France where bikes are banned.
A public Berlin garden colony has come under fire for denying two Turkish families allotment spaces, saying there are already too many 'non-Germans' using the allotments.
New figures reveal lowest asylum numbers in 19 years.
Sarlat, Rocamadour? Old news.
Alaa Tello was determined to win after his friends said he didn't stand a chance competing against Swedes.
A Swedish appeals court has jailed two football players and handed suspended sentences to four others for their involvement in a match-fixing scandal.
A 100 million franc fund would ease the burden of childcare for working parents.
In July, Italy's parliament will begin debating historic changes to cannabis laws that could see the drug legalized.
It kind of depends how you define it.
Germany is experiencing a mini baby boom - but a veritable "death boom" is more than balancing out the score sheet.
The men were municipal employees in the town of Jerez de la Frontera, southern Spain. And they hadn't done a day's work in 15 years.
Two puppeteers accused of 'glorifying terrorism' in a show for children have been cleared.
The Local spoke to Brits living in Sweden on how they feel about the Brexit vote, one week on.
Why didn't Brussels join the scrap instead of allowing itself to be bashed up by the British media, argues France based author Stephen Clarke, who knows a thing or two about the EU.
107 people were rescued.
A white van, with a banner reading 'Heil Hitler' on its rear window, has provoked a backlash in Graz, Austria's second-largest city.
France's rental cap laws will soon be rolled out across the greater Paris region.
Several job offers have already been made.
Thirty-three drug traffickers have been arrested and large quantities of cocaine seized as part of the investigation between Italy, America and Colombia.
Denmark and its capital have a lot to be proud of, but the way residents treat the entire city like a rubbish bin is not one of them, writes American expat Louis Volpe.
The 2010 initiative to expel foreign criminals for serious crimes will come into effect this autumn.
Google has agreed to purchase the entire output of the Tellenes wind power park in Rogaland, where construction is expected to be completed by the end of next year.
The annual Paris gay pride parade on Saturday will be half as long as usual due to security concerns, but members of the LGBT community say this is just giving in to fears.
This is the latest in a series of flight disruptions in recent months because of fears over passengers “looking suspicious”.
It’s not always easy to find work in Sweden, but there are quite a few professions crying out for new workers in the coming year.
A Muslim father was fined in Switzerland on Wednesday for refusing to allow his daughters to take swimming lessons at school.
Monsanto said on Wednesday it was still open to a potential merger with Bayer, or to another big deal, as it reported lower earnings due to a tough agricultural market.
Experts in the Danish finance industry have called for changes to tax laws so that Denmark can take advantage of a potential banking exodus from London following last week's Brexit vote.
Relocation expert Melanie Haynes offers up her eight top reasons for why you should at least make an effort to learn the local language.
Not to mention the elite special-ops forces who will also be on duty.
Violence erupted at a campsite birthday party in Lower Saxony leaving one dead, police reported on Wednesday.
Brit qualifier Marcus Willis's brief flirtation with Wimbledon fame was ended by Swiss champ Roger Federer on Wednesday.
"We've already climbed some mountains here and now we're facing Everest."
The First Lady of the United States is visiting Madrid with her mother and two daughters.
The French president and his government have been talking about the impact of Brexit in several areas. Here's what they had to say.
It's a slippery slope, they say.
From Vikings to ghosts, music and more: The Local looks at five great ways to kick off July in Stockholm.