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Tiley ‘confident’ Australian Open will go ahead

January’s Australian Open will go ahead “as planned”, according to Tennis Australia chief Craig Tiley. The new Covid Omicron variant has raised questions about international

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Brits ‘bouncing’ ahead of Germany clash

Great Britain captain Leon Smith says his players are “bouncing” going into today’s Davis Cup quarter-final against Germany in Innsbruck. The Brits have made the

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Croatia dump Italians out of Davis Cup

Croatia dumped fancied Italy out of the Davis Cup in Turin on Monday as Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic beat Fabio Fognini and Jannik Sinner

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Raducanu homecoming a roaring success

A capacity crowd roared ‘Emma Emma’ at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday as the US Open champion played her first match on British soil

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Djokovic ‘unlikely’ to play Melbourne

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is unlikely to play at the Australian Open in January unless rules over Covid-19 vaccinations are relaxed, his father Srdjan

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Davis Cup quarters: who plays who

Russia will face Sweden, the best runner-up, in the quarter-finals of the Davis Cup with Italy meeting Croatia, Britain facing Germany and Serbia up against

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Nino nails it as Croatia prepares for Italy

Nino Serdarusic gave Croatia an opening match win over Hungary to secure first place in Group D and a place in the last eight of

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We lacked passion: US dumped out of Davis Cup

US captain Mardy Fish claimed his team had a lack of passion after they were dumped out of the Davis Cup by Colombia on Sunday.

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Reigning Champions Spain knocked out of Davis Cup

Reigning champions Spain were knocked out of the Davis Cup as the Russian Tennis Federation booked a place in the quarter-finals with a exciting, well

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Djokovic fires back at Hewitt’s Davis Cup serve

Novak Djokovic has come to the defence of Davis Cup organisers, with the Serb directly rebutting heavy criticism of the abbreviated world team competition launched by