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Rafa cautious about Roland Garros return

World No.2 Rafael Nadal has told French radio he is prepared to play at Roland Garros in September “providing it is safe”. With doubt still

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ATP calls players to zoom meeting

ATP players have been invited to a special ATP zoom conference on June 10 to discuss the future of the tour for 2020, Spain’s Marca

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Cincinnati Masters switch to Flushing Meadows

Desperate US Open officials are hoping to save their Grand Slam from a COVID-19 cancellation by combining the event with August’s Cincinnati Masters. The New

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Pliskova unleashes in the prize money war of words

Karolina Pliskova has been giving mixed signals over the issue of equal prize money between ATP men and WTA women, with the Czech sounding conflicted 

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Nadal keeps dream of post-virus return alive

As the COVID-19 tennis shutdown drags into June, Rafael Nadal is dipping his toes back into the sport on court at his Mallorca tennis academy. The

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Top Brits to play in London competition

Harriet Dart expected to play. Photo Anne Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd With support from the LTA The Progress Women’s Championship, created in 2017 to

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Tough for Tsitsipas to motivate

Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas has admitted he is finding it hard to stay motivated after resuming his training regime in France. “It is difficult to

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Game on: Roland Garros ‘will take place’

France’s top tennis boss told Gael Monfils on Monday that it’s game on for the clay court Grand Slam from the rescheduled date of September

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(Guy) Forget-about it: Elite will still dominate post-COVID

It looks to be same-old, same-old in the eyes of French Open TD Guy Forget when tennis finally resumes after the COVID-19 pandemic, The former

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Wimbledon opens club kitchen to feed virus needy

Wimbledon is keeping the club kitchen running during the COVID-19 crisis, with full-time chefs at the All England Club preparing 200 meals per day for