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Coach backs Federer’s call to delay return

Roger Federer’s coach Severin Luthi has backed a decision to not start practising again after knee surgery earlier this year. “I’m not training at the moment because

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I’ll do quarantine to play in US Open, says Thiem

Nearly three months into the virus-mandated tennis pause, Dominic Thiem is desperate enough to possibly undergo two weeks of quarantine to compete in a theoretical US

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Missing you Paris: Online posts from stars around the world

Tennis stars around the world have used social media to say how much they are missing Paris this week. World No. 2 Rafael Nadal and

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Cilic and Coric join Djoko’s Balkan tournament

Marin Cilic and Borna Coric have confirmed the will join Novak Djokovic’s tennis tournament to be played across the Balkans from June 13-July 5. The

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Djokovic sets up Balkans event for next month

Novak Djokovic returned to his native Serbia this week to announce he is organising an event for Balkans. Djokovic, who has been stranded in Spain

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Nadal ‘happy’ to be back on court

Rafael Nadal has released a video on social media of him practising in Mallorca, saying “I’m happy to be back”. “Hello everyone, here I am,

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Thiem tipped to take over from big three

Dominic Thiem looks like replacing Andy Murray as the prime ATP outsider in the race to break the total domination of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and

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Jubb ‘super excited’ to be working with Andy Murray

Rising British star Paul Jubb says he is ‘super excited’ to be part of Andy Murray’s 77 Sports Management team. The young Yorkshireman became the

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Nikoloz Basilashvili arrested on domestic violence charge

World No. 27 Nikoloz Basilashvili has been arrested on a domestic violence charge in Georgia. Basilashvili is alleged to have assaulted his former wife, Neka

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Millman fears easy route back from pandemic

Given the choice between safeguarding player health amid the COVID-19 crisis and somehow getting tenis back on court, Australian John Millman fears the ATP might go