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Millman too strong for Verdasco: Cologne highlights

John Millman proved too strong for Fernando Verdasco, beating the Spaniard 6-4, 6-2 to book his place in the second round of the ATP’s Cologne

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Zverev happy with London COVID protocols

Alexander Zverev has no worries about health safety at the ATP Finals in London next month. Zverev revealed some of the protocols in place ahead

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Barty to present Aussie Rules trophy

World No.1 Ash Barty is set to present the Australian Football League championship trophy if her beloved Richmond Tigers win this weekend’s “Grand Final” in

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Federer shunned by home town of Basel

A bid to rename Basel’s main sports arena after tennis superstar Roger Federer failed to gather enough signatures yesterday. In Switzerland, renaming streets after public

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Love me or hate me, I don’t care: Kyrgios

Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios couldn’t care less if people hate him for his outspoken ways, which often divide the game. “I’ve never been one

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Brisbane, Sydney to host return of UTR Pro series

The UTR Pro Tennis Series is set to return to Brisbane and Sydney, giving competition for Australian players as they prepare for the Australian Open

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Tiafoe claims Antwerp win after tiebreak

Frances Tiafoe beat Dusan Lajovic 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) in the first round of the European Open in Antwerp. Tiafoe won the first set after double

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Johnson aces Cilic for Cologne winner

American Steve Johnson made the second round of the bett1 HULKS Championships in Cologne, beating Marin Cilic for the first time in his career 7-6

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Rublev reigns supreme in St Petersburg

Andrey Rublev’s 2020 season improved to 4-0 on the ATP Tour, with a 7-6(5), 6-4 win over Borna Coric in St Petersburg. And the Russian