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Novak Djokovic is seen back on a clay court.

No, not breaking out of self isolation following the outbreak of  Covid-19 positive tests in the aftermath of his  ill-fated Ardia Tour but in a

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Osaka sisters launch online sale of COVID masks

Naomi Osaka and tennis-playing sister Marie are pitching in during the COVID-19 crisis, with the pair selling masks online in aid of Japan’s arm of

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Boris Becker trash talked Supermum Judy

Tennis Supermum Judy Murray has told BBC Scotland that Boris Becker advised Andy Murray he should ditch his “pushy mum” after he lost to Novak

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Nick serves up a new ace

Until three months ago Nick Kyrgios and glamorous Russian tennis player Anna Kalinskaya appeared to be an item, but the couple went their different ways

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“Djocovid” row rumbles on

Trial by Social Media is still divided over Novak Djokovic’s role in “Adriagate” though still heavily weighted in favour of “guilty as charged’ For the

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Of mice and men?

The Serbian daily newspaper Telegraf has issued a strong editorial supporting local hero Novak Djokovic and also found more comfort for him by publishing  a

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Murray “happy to finish 3rd of 4” in Battle of Brits

Laconic Andy Murray has told Amazon Prime TV,who have exclusive rights to show this month’s “Battle of the Brits” that he “will be happy 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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Intense Sharapova finding retirement a tough ask

Despite retiring in February due to a backlog of injuries, Maria Sharapova seems to be finding it hard to kick a lifetime’s worth of training habits.

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Long tennis pause no help for young guns: Becker

Boris Becker fears that when the long tennis COVID-19 virus lockdown finally ends, it will be the ATP young guns who will have paid the