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My defeat of Nadal led to panic attacks: Soderling

One of only three men to have blemished the 93-3 record of Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros has revealed that his 2009 win set him

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Knee injury is history; Federer now back to serious training

Amid the COVID-19 uncertainty during the second half of an aborted ATP season, Roger Federer remains a constant, with word from the Swiss camp that

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Novak Djokovic is seen back on a clay court.

No, not breaking out of self isolation following the outbreak of  Covid-19 positive tests in the aftermath of his  ill-fated Ardia Tour but in a

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Thiem takes a punt with Cincy, US Open entries

Dominic Thiem has at least some faith that the US Open will be played despite the huge COVID-19 flare-up in the US, with the ATP

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Tiafoe is first Covid19 case outside Europe

The first case of a non-european tennis player testing positive for Covid-19 during an event outside of Europe has been revealed as Florida based Francis

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Thiem skipping UTS/Nice to prep for his own event

Dominic Thiem is skipping this weekend’s play at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown near Nice to concentrate on his own Thiem’s 7 exhibition tournament next week. The July

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“Zero tolerance Sascha” warns Berlin boss

The Tournament Director of the Berlin Exhibition event Edwin Weindorfer today said that he is considering withdrawing covid-breaker Alexander  Zverev’s invitation to the event. He

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Osaka sisters launch online sale of COVID masks

Naomi Osaka and tennis-playing sister Marie are pitching in during the COVID-19 crisis, with the pair selling masks online in aid of Japan’s arm of

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WTA Silicon Valley event deleted for 2020

The spreading danger of COVID-19 has forced the WTA Silicon Valley event in northern California off the summer calendar, as virus cases rise in its home

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Aussie Open ‘not moving’ from Melbourne

Tennis Australia boss Craig Tiley has quashed rumours the 2021 Australian Open may be moved because Melbourne has a growing number of COVID-19 patients. The