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Rafa faces timely reminder in New York

Former US Open winner and Australian tennis legend Fred Stolle runs his rule over this year’s Flushing Meadow championships.

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Isner-Harrison Atlanta final

Defending champion looks for another title Giant American John Isner will face Ryan Harrison in the final of the BB&T Atlanta Open after he beat fourth

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Kyrgios booed off court

Aussie star injured in Atlanta Firebrand Aussie Nic Kyrgios was booed off court after he was forced to retire during his quarter-final against Cameron Norrie

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Isner back to form in Atlanta

American favourite for ATP event American John Isner’s preparations for the US Open continued in fine style with a solid 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Australian

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Pimm’s Pasta and Strawberries

Wimbledon facts and figures 2018 So how was Wimbledon for you? For the All England Lawn Tennis Club it proved to be another year of

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Djokovic’s Wimbledon ‘Open Letter’

2018 Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic has posted an ‘open’ letter on his official website detailing some of the issues he has had to overcome to


Murray drops 690 places in world rankings

Former No.1 has only played three matches in past year Missing out on two grand sam events has proved costly for former British No.1 Andy

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Williams given Wimbledon seeding

Seven-times Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has been controversially seeded 25th at this year’s tournament, which starts on Monday, despite being only 183 in current world

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Babolat, the choice of champions

Founded in Lyon, France in 1875, Babolat invented racket strings. It is the oldest company in the world specialising in racket sports . The double

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A Stringers Tales

Stringing is no 9 to 5 job, writes legendary racket stringer Jim Warner The scene: Wimbledon 2012. The stringing team usually has some 100-plus rackets