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Federer express still on track

Wimbledon Day One Roger Federer celebrated Day 1 of his new clothing contact with Japan’s UNIQLO by fulfilling a dream as a young fan received

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Rusty Williams happy to get through

Wimbledon Day 1 Serena Williams is back in action at Wimbledon for the first time since winning the title in 2016, announcing her return with

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Keep the roof off, it’s flaming July

Neil Harman previews the greatest show on grass Ten years on from the men’s singles final to end all men’s singles finals – when the

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Williams given Wimbledon seeding

Seven-times Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has been controversially seeded 25th at this year’s tournament, which starts on Monday, despite being only 183 in current world

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Babolat, the choice of champions

Founded in Lyon, France in 1875, Babolat invented racket strings. It is the oldest company in the world specialising in racket sports . The double

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Records set as Rafa claims 11th French Open

Rafael Nadal set another record on the clay with a 6-4, 6-3 6-2 defeat of Dominic Thiem to claim an unprecedented 11th title at Roland

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Nadal fights back for semi spot

Rafael Nadal needed a fightback to pass a two-day test as he held off Argentine pocket-rocket Diego Schwartzman 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 to advance into

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The best moment of my life

World No.72 Marco Cecchinato says beating David Goffin to set up a French Open quarter-final with Novak Djokovic is the “best moment” of his life.

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Our tips for the French Open Men’s title

Who might topple Nadal in 2018? Publisher Roger Parker suggest a few names that could push the Spaniard all the way. Cilic, Xverev, Djokovic –

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So who was Roland Garros

The name synonymous with French tennis and the French Open has a long and illustrious history – to the extent it goes way beyond the