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I’d love to coach Kyrgios, says McEnroe

Tennis legend John McEnroe believes it would be a ‘no-brainer’ for him to coach Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios. Kyrgios prefers to be a solo

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US Open ‘may fly in players’ for 2020 event

Charter flights to ferry players to New York for the US Open are among options being considered by USTA officials to ensure the Grand Slam

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Fognini to have ankle surgery

World. No. 11 Fabio Fognini is to undergo surgery on both ankles during the enforced COVID-19 break. Fognini explained in an Instagram post on Saturday

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Del Potro parts with coach Prieto

Argentine star Juan Martin del Potro will have a new coach working alongside him once the COVID-19 pandemic is over. The 2009 US Open champion

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Berlin calling: Federer looks for grass return

Roger Federer is weighing up a return to tennis at an exhibition event in Berlin in July. Federer has not set foot on a court

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Italian championships look for September date

Italian tennis officials are confident the Rome clay court event will take place in September. Federation president Angelo Binaghi said yesterday he believes the ATP and WTA

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Oops, wrong Nadal set to retire

Social media went into meltdown on Friday after a news story claimed Nadal had retired. Luckily for tennis fans ‘the ‘Nadal’ in question turned out

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We’d prefer fans in Paris, says French boss

French Tennis Federation Director General Jean-Francois Vilotte has said he would prefer to have fans at this year’s event and is working hard to ensure

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Murray set for comeback next month

Andy Murray is planning to make his comeback in a behind-closed-doors event organised by his brother Jamie next month. Murray, who has not played since

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Monfils happy to play Roland Garros without fans

Gael Monfils says the would be happy to play Roland Garros in September even if it means playing without fans. “It will still be the