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Doubles win pulls World to within a point of favourites Europe

Jack Sock and Felix Auger-Aliassime pulled team World to within a point of championship favourite Europe on Sunday with a 2-6, 6-3, 10-8 comeback doubles win at

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The future is Carlos … ‘plus Sinner and Zverev’

WORLD no. 1 Carlos Alcaraz believes that the future of men’s tennis is in good hands after news of River Federer’s retirement. With both Novak

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Djokovic doubles up to send Europe to 8-4 lead

Novak Djokovic ended a four-year absence from the Laver Cup on Saturday with the Serb backing up a singles win with doubles success to send

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Berrettini follows Federer advice to Laver victory

Matteo Berrettini handed Team Europe a 4-2 lead on Saturday in the Laver Cup in London, backed up by wise counsel from the bench straight from

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Nadal reveals he’s re-injured his abdominal muscle¬†

Rafael Nadal flew home to Mallorca on Saturday after quitting the Laver Cup, with the Spaniard revealing that he has re-injured his problem abdominal muscle.

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Star power wanes as Nadal joins Federer in Laver withdrawal

Rafael Nadal on Saturday joined Roger Federer in withdrawing from the Laver Cup in London only hours after his friend and rival marked the end of his two-decade

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Federer farewell emotions were weeks in the making

Roger Federer said he came to terms weeks ago over the painful decision to retire, with the Swiss more worried that his close team members

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Ruud cracks opens the door on locker room gossip

Laver Cup insider Casper Ruud on Friday shed some light on locker room goings-on within a Europe side featuring more than a few legends of

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Nadal pays homage to his biggest rival

Rafael Nadal shed nearly as many tears as did retiring friend Roger Federer as the iconic Swiss hung up his racquet as planned after losing

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Australia could be port of call for newly retired Federer

Roger Federer could easily make Australia one of his first stops once he begins travelling for pleasure in weeks or months as a former tennis