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Querrey facing 3 year ban after “freedom flight”

Pressure is now mounting on World No. 49 Sam Querrey and he faces a three-year ban from Tennis after fleeing Russia  in a hastily chartered

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Tiley confident Aussie Open will go ahead

Australian Open chief Craig Tiley says he is “absolutely” confident the event would go ahead as planned from January 18-31. The tennis boss is banking

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Querrey and family secret flight from Russia to escape Health officials

An unnamed player in the St Petersburg ATP 500 tournament is being investigated  by the ATP for allegedly breaking COVID-19 protocols. Their official statement read:-

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Petrovic makes most of Sardinian second chance

Serb Danilo Petrovic made the most of his late entry into the Sardinia Open, beating Roberto Carballés Baena 6-1, 6-4 in the second round on

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Shapovalov back to form in St Petersburg

Canada’s Denis Shapovalov beat Serbia’s Viktor Troicki 6-2, 6-3 in a first-round match at the St. Petersburg Open. Shapovalov, seeded No. 2 at the event,

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Fognini out of Sardinia Open with COVID-19

Fabio Fognini has withdrawn from the Sardinia Open after testing positive for COVID-19. Fognini, ranked 16th in the world, announced the news in an Instagram

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‘It was tough’ – Murray loses in straight sets in Cologne

Andy Murray suffered a first-round defeat at the indoor ATP tournament in Cologne, losing in straight sets to Spain’s Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 6-4. The former

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Vienna boss keen to waltz with Rafa

Vienna Tournament Director Herwig Straka says he is “doing everything” to get world No. 2 Rafael Nadal signed up for this year’s event. Nadal, who

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Rublev roars to easy win in St Petersburg

Andrey Rublev celebrated a top 10 ranking by beating Canada’s Vasek Pospisil 6-2 6-4 in St Petersburg. Rublev converted 4 of his 13 break points

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Stan still wants to be ‘the man’

At 35 some may think Stan Wawrinka would be thinking up retirement, but no. Wawrinka has no such plans. “I just love this game. We