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Homesick Scot Murray yearns for isolated island tennis

Andy Murray has revealed his dream of one day returning to his long-ago Scottish roots, with the Surrey-based former No. 1 keen to visit the country’s

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Sharapova spends USD 8.6 million on California bolthole

Maria Sharapova has purchased a California bolthole amid the COVID-19 resurgence, with the former tennis icon spending USD 8.6 million on a ranch in Santa

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“I didn’t give a crap about tennis”, Mark Philippoussis opens up on why he could never be ‘obsessed’ with the game

At 6ft five and 225 pounds, Mark Philippoussis was in 1995 the youngest player in the ATP rankings. He had the world at his feet

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USTA releases Mariah Carey premiere promo “Save the Day”

“Mariah Carey is a megastar, and we are honored to showcase her new song to the world,”  said Patrick Galbraith, USTA Chairman of the Board

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Wimby ticket scammer offered dinner with Becker

An elderly career conman has gotten off lightly in a London court after trying to flog a pair of non-existent Wimbledon tickets – plus a bonus dinner

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LIVE BLOG: Norrie v Davidovich-Fokina

Get online at grandslamtennis.online for our special live blog following Brit Cameron Norrie’s US Open clash with Alejandro Davidovich-Fokina. We go live to NY and

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Full-on Open won’t be devalued by virus: Thiem

Dominic Thiem is prepared to fully plunge into the virus-hampered pair of American tennis events as the “Cincinnati” Masters began on Saturday. The three-time Grand

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Live Blog: Top Seed Open Singles Final

Join us for live updates and analysis from 4pm (BST) as American Jennifer Brady takes on world number 63 Jil Teichmann in the final of

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Jonny Marray and the greatest upset in tennis

Before Murray, there was Marray. In 2012, Jonathan Marray pulled off one of sport’s great upsets by winning the Wimbledon men’s doubles title with Freddie