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Nadal withdraws from US Open

Rafa Nadal has confirmed the will not be in New York later this month to defend his US Open title. “After many thoughts I have

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No 1 Djokovic heads the US Open entry field

Novak Djokovic heads the men’s field for the US Open later this month while Rafael Nadal is nowhere to be seen. The Serb has always looked

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Madrid COVID cancellation wrecks RG run-up

Spanish officials bowed to government health pressure and cancelled the Madrid Masters on Tuesday, throwing the ad hoc runup schedule to Roland Garros next month into

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Argentine who played Rafa admits lying over 2005 drugs ban

The Argentine who played Rafael Nadal in his first ever Grand slam final fifteen years ago has admitted that he lied to the Court of

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Virus-free Kiwis confident of January events

With COVID-19 eliminated for the moment in New Zealand, Auckland tournament TD Karl Budge sounds confident that his pair of January Tour events will go

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Madrid tournament in hands of Spanish bureaucrats: Gaudenzi

The fate of the Madrid Masters next month rests in the hands of the Spanish government, ATP boss Andrea Gaudenzi told Italy’s Supertennis on Monday.

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Podcast Special: Paul Jubb on joining Andy Murray’s stable

The next in our new series of podcasts FINN RANSON talks to exciting British prospect Paul Jubb click the link below to listen

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Murray worry over possible quarantine reality

Andy Murray is suddenly facing the real fear of a mandated quarantine lockdown once back in Europe for players who compete at the US Open. The

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Zverev to try his luck with Ferrer as coach

Alexander Zverev will head into the unknown this month in the virus-plagued US with new coach David Ferrer added to his team. The Spaniard who retired in 2019 and

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Hawk-Eye to replace line judges at US Open

Automated line calls will replace human judges at the US Open later this month as officials battle to ensure the event does not break strict