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Paris to be Rafa’s farewell

ARE we about to see the end of another glittering career? After Roger, is time for Rafa to say farewell? Only Rafa will know that,

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AO slaps a ban on Russian, Belarus flags

Australian Open bosses on Tuesday slapped a blanket ban on any display of Russian or Belarus flags at Melbourne Park. The move came in quick response


Trip to Turin a family affair for Nadal

Rafael Nadal will bid for his first title at the ATP Finals starting on Sunday with his new family making the trip to Turin. The

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No choke for Coric as Tsitsipas goes down

Borna Coric announced his return to ATP tennis as he dominated fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-6 (7/0), 6-2 on Sunday to win the Cincinnati Masters.

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Emma’s Russian roulette

DMITRY Tursunov, who took over as Emma Raducanu’s last week, once criticised Raducanu for her “coaching carousel” approach. The Russian, who has lived in the


Wimbledon Men’s Day 12

Novak Djokovic got off to a sluggish start but quickly made up ground as he added Cam Norrie to a British victim’s list in their


Wimbledon Women’s Day 3

Lingering echoes of COVID proved too much for Anett Kontaveit as the Wimbledon second seed was overwhelmed 6-4, 6-0 by Julie Neimeier in Wednesday’s second

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Where next for Serena?

Serena Williams is unclear where next after losing her first round d match at Wimbledon, hoping down 7-5 1-6 7-6 (10-7 to Frenchwoman Harmony Tan.

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‘Game, set and match to the woke’

Tennis fans have criticised the implementation of gender-neutral toilets at Wimbledon this year, with some calling the event ‘Woke Wimbledon’. The gender-neutral facilities were built