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TV commentator Rosset feels lost without the fans

Former Olympic gold medalist Marc Rosset, a longtime colour commentator for the French-speaking Swiss TV network, has little good to say about the 2020 COVID-19 tennis

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Rehabbing Federer may prioritise Wimby over Oz: Rosset

While his chances of playing the now-delayed Australian Open somewhat dicey, former Swiss Olympic champion Marc Rosset has little doubt that Roger Federer will be taking

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Gauff gets the nod from a pair of ex-champions

A pair of former Grand Slam winners have full faith that Coco Gauff will burst into the WTA spotlight in 2021 – perhaps thanks to

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Farewell to the Chief: Olmedo passes

Peruvian-born Alex Olmedo, who won Wimbledon and the Australian Championships in 1959, becoming the first Latin American man to win a Grand Slam singles title

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Rusedski predicts: Murray will retire at Wimbledon

Greg Rusedski has made the bold prediction that Andy Murray wil;l pack in his career next summer at Wimbledon. The Canadian-turned-Brit told the tennis365 website

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Great posters and photos now available on

Looking for a photo, or a poster (up to a whopping A2 size) for a Christmas present? Or to adorn your study – or your

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Wimbledon to receive massive pandemic insurance payout

Wimbledon chiefs are set to receive a payout of more than £174 million ($230m) from insurers to cover losses from the COVID-19 pandemic. The figure,

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British LTA loses £30m because of Covid restrictions

Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has seen its income fall by £30m as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The governing body says the 40% drop

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Gauff applauds Murray for diversity stand

Coco Gauff has been inspired by former World No. 1 Andy Murray after he highlighted a lack of Black, Asian and minority ethnic board members