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Thiem given all-clear after precautionary virus test

Flaunting fate at last weekend’s Adria Cup exhibition has paid off nicely for Dominic Thiem, with the world No. 3 testing negative for COVID-19 in

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‘I’ll get my hazmat suit’: Kyrgios fury at US Open call

Nick Kyrgios has called plans to stage the US Open from August 31 “selfish” and has unloaded in typical fashion on USTA officials over the

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US Open will go ahead: New York Post

The USTA is close to announcing the US Open will go ahead, without fans, as planned from August 31, the New York Post has reported

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US Open decision rests with NY Governor Cuomo

Whether the US Open goes ahead in New York and on schedule rests in the hands of New York State governor Andrew Cuomo. USTA spokesman

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Barty joins the doubters on US Open

WTA No. 1 Ash Barty on Monday made it a matched ATP-WTA set of US Open doubters as New York Grand Slam officials debate whether to

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Roger and Rafa all time ranking superior to Novak: Borg

Almost forty ago Bjorn Borg won a sixth Roland Garros title, beating Ivan Lendl in five sets. A record that would last forever, or so

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Murray will be ready if the Open is played: Lopez

Photo Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez with Queens Doubles Trophy 2019 Andy Murray mate Feliciano Lopez believes his occasional Scottish doubles partner will be keen to

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Lopez fears for future of tennis post covid-19

Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez believes tennis is fighting for survival amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a significant reduction in prize money will be the new

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Wimbledon strawberries won’t go to waste

750kg of strawberries originally destined for Wimbledon will be turned into jam, a spokesman for the All England Club said on Sunday. England Preserves will

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Djokovic in tears after missing final spot

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic broke down in tears in front of 4,000 fans at his own tennis tournament after missing out on a spot