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Barty fears for safety of support staff

World No.1 Ash Barty says the safety of her support staff has to be considered before she would agree to playing at the US Open

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Pliskova beats the rain to down Strycova in Prague

World No.3 Karolina Pliskova beat fellow Czech Barbora Strycova 7-5 6-1 in the opening match of a rain interrupted LiveScore Cup in Prague. The event,

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Barty’s dad tells of daughter’s ‘sadness’

Ash Barty’s dad Rob has opened up on the reasons why his daughter walked away from the game in 2014. The current world No.1 rose

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It will be tough to return, admits Halep

Simona Halep has admitted it will be difficult return to competitive tennis after the COVID-19 lockdown. With no firm plan in place for a return

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Italian championships look for September date

Italian tennis officials are confident the Rome clay court event will take place in September. Federation president Angelo Binaghi said yesterday he believes the ATP and WTA

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Limits to back-up staff on WTA agenda

The WTA is considering limiting the number of back-up staff a player can have once the 2020 season resumes. Changes being considered are only one

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Rain washes out WTA Florida event

The final day of a women’s exhibition tournament in Florida featuring several WTA players was washed out by rainstorms on Sunday. “It’s disappointing, but overall the team

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Judy Murray to become a ‘celebrity chef’

Former British Fed Cup captain Judy Murray is to appear on the TV series Celebrity MasterChef. Carla-Maria Lawson, commissioning editor for the BBC, said: “The

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Osaka now world’s highest paid female athlete

Naomi Osaka has become the world’s highest-paid female athlete, making $37.4 million in the past year for an earnings record, according to Forbes magazine. The

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Kenin, Andreescu to play Charleston event

Sofia Kenin and Bianca Andreescu will be among 16 women’s players to compete in Charleston, USA next month in the largest event held since the