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Federer out until next year after injury setback

Roger Federer has announced on his Twitter feed he will not be taking part in any more events this year after suffering a setback following

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Djokovic set to miss US Open

World No.1 Novak Djokovic may miss the US Open and return to competition at the rescheduled French Open in Paris. Djokovic told Serbian broadcaster RTS

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WTA looking for Wuhan return in October

The WTA schedule for a return to tennis is expecting a return to Wuhan – the starting point of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a

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Charismatic Marat not ready for a coaching gig

Marat Safin wins his first slam, US Open 2000. Photo Roger Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd Double Grand Slam champion Marat Safin has revealed he’s

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Goran, Uncle Toni cast doubts on Federer record

Goran Ivanisevic winning Wimbledon as a Wildcard in 2001 Photo Roger Parker ISF Ltd The durability of Roger Federer’s all-time record of 20 Grand Slams

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Thanks Mac, but no thanks! Kyrgios spurns coach offer

Nick Kyrgios won’t be accepting John McEnroe’s offer to coach anytime soon after declaring tennis coaches “are overpaid” and that his career is “too far

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USTA axes jobs as pandemic hits finances

The United States Tennis Association has axed 110 jobs and closed its White Plains, New York office as the COVID-19 pandemic bites into its financial

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Nole a natural at four: must-watch video emerges

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has shared a video of himself when he received his first racket at the age of 4 on his instagram

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TV’s Carillo has doubts on French, US Open chances

Mary Carillo interviews Andy Murray on court after he won 2012 US Open US television commentator Mary Carillo has voiced serious doubts that both the

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ATP journeyman Ram calls for vaccine first

Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury after winning Brisbane International doubles in 2019 A rank-and-file ATP player has called for a vaccine-first policy to ensure that things will