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Barty finishes year as WTA No.1

Barty has been at the top for 95 consecutive weeks and joins four all-time greats — Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams and Chris Evert

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Sabalenka upbeat despite covid quarantine

Aryna Sabalenka is optimistic about her chances of making the WTA Finals in Guadalajara next month despite currently living in quarantine due to a positive

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Rogers expects ‘death threats’ after US Open loss

Shelby Rogers said she was going to have “nine million death threats and whatnot” waiting for her on her phone after her loss to Britain’s

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Concerned Corretja worried about Nadal

Former Spanish standout Alex Corretja has admitted concern about the state of Rafael Nadal’s fitness with the 35-year-old now skipping the US Open. Corretja, a

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Medvedev takes his revenge on Hurkacz

Top seed Daniil Medvedev earned payback for a Wimbledon loss as he defeated Hubert Hurkacz 2-6, 7-6 (6), 7-6(5) on Friday for a spot in

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Medvedev manoeuvres out of Duckworth danger

Daniil Medvedev negotiated a late surge from Australian journeyman James Duckworth on Thursday to lock in his eighth quarter-final at a Masters 1000 with a

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Tsitsipas: Thanks for the cake but I prefer hazelnut

Stefanos Tsitsipas was presented with a birthday cake and a chorus of “Happy Birthday” from strictly limited fan numbers on Thursday as the third seed at

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Shapo shocked with home loss to Tiafoe

Match-tough lucky loser Frances Tiafoe dispatched the last Canadian in the field at the Toronto Masters on Wednesday, doling out a 6-1, 6-4 defeat of

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Shoulder injury rules Nishikori out of Toronto

Kei Nishikori handed in a walkover at the Toronto Masters on Wednesday, as the Japanese player withdrew from his second-round match due to a shoulder injury.

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Sinner sinks in post-title swoon

Washington champion Jannik Sinner suffered an immediate disappointment on Wednesday at the Toronto Masters in a 6-3, 6-4 upset loss to Australian qualifier James Duckworth. The