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Weary Medvedev gets the Ump – warned for chair abuse

  Russia’s Daniil Medvedev blew his top in Sydney tonight, smashing the umpire’s chair twice before claiming victory against Argentina in the ATP Cup quarter-finals.

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New balls? No, new rules will attract new fans

In an ever-changing sporting world, tennis is battling to keep pace with other sports in the fight to maintain – and grow – its audience.

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Bushfires force Canberra tournament to relocate. ATP and players give cash for Aces

The Canberra International tennis tournament which was scheduled to start next Monday has been relocated to the city of Bendigo about 600 kilometers (370 miles)

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Shapovalov calls for Davis Cup-ATP Cup talks

Canadian star Denis Shapovalov has called on the organisers of the Davis Cup Finals and the ATP Cup to work together to create one world

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Rafa touches down in Oz, ready for ATP Cup

World No.1 Rafael Nadal touched in Australia overnight with only one thing on his mind – and it wasn’t equalling Roger Federer’s grand slam record.

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Home is where the heart is

WHAT do you do when you are born in one country of immigrant parents, who then midway through your childhood switch to another country? That