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Becker back in court over bankruptcy case

Boris Becker will have to face the music in a London courtroom this week after bankruptcy creditors insisted he failed to list some of his

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No excuses, I didn’t play well enough: Nadal

Was it the long layoff? Or another reason. Either way Rafa Nadal was not looking for excuses after his shock loss to Diego Schwartzman at

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Corona caution leads to WTA Linz postponement

Fears of COVID-19 as cases of the virus start to increase in Western Europe have led to postponement of next month’s WTA outing in Linz.

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Osaka out of French Open

US Open champion Naomi Osaka has pulled out of this year’s French Open because of a hamstring injury. Osaka posted her decision on Twitter. “Unfortunately

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Latest virus surge to cut RG spectators by half

A dramatic surge in French COVID-19 infections forced officials at Roland Garros to cut daily spectator numbers by more than half on Thursday. L’Equipe reported that instead of

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Fed Cup rebrands to honour BJK

The women’s Fed Cup, buffeted by modest interest and the COVID-19 pandemic, will undergo a massive rebrand and change of direction, tennis bosses revealed on Thursday.

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Murray weighs in on Court debate

Andy Murray believes the Australian Open should consider removing Margaret Court’s name from the arena at Melbourne Park. Murray told media he thought Court’s values

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Osaka in Twitter storm over boyfriend’s finger flip

Newly crowned US Open champion Naomi Osaka has found herself at the centre of a social media storm after posting a photo with her rapper

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Kyrgios slams French Open crowd decision

Aussie loudmouth Nick Kyrgios has accused the French Open of not taking coronavirus safety serious enough after they confirmed they would allow fans into the

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Politicians to take control of AO crowd plan

Final decision on the fan-no fan dilemma facing January’s Australian Open looks like becoming a high-profile tug-of-war between government and tennis suits. Melbourne’s Age revealed