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Medvedev ankle agony nowhere to be seen in run to IW semis

Daniil Medvedev showed little sign of his ankle roll from the previous round as the form player of the moment extended his win streak to

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Rublev recovers his poise to advances to semis

Andrey Rublev was momentarily overwhelmed by late-match stress but recovered his poise on Thursday to book into a Dubai semi-final for the third time. The

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Rublev saves five to survive in Dubai match point drama

Defending champion Andrey Rublev avoided a collapse, rallying to save five match points in a 1-6, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (3) fightback win over Alejandro Davidovich

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Play the game Novak

ONCE again, Novak Djokovic thinks he is above the law. Djokovic may well be one of the best mens players we have seen, but he

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Murray back in ATP action with opening Spanish win

Andy Murray got back onto the ATP on Tuesday as the former No. 1  began his run at the new 250 event on Spain’s northern

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US Open Men’s Day 7

Casper Ruud and Matteo Berrettini will meet for the third time at a Grand Slam after both won extended matches on Sunday to reach the US Open

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Complaining Corentin falls to cool, calm Ruud

Casper Ruud stayed in the chase for a shot at the top ATP ranking as the Norwegian hammered out a 6-1, 6-2, 6-7(4), 6-2 defeat

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Berrettini battles to reach third USO quarter-final

Matteo Berrettini, who missed several months of play through injury, advanced past a hampered Spanish opponent on Sunday to his third quarter-final at the US Open. The Italian

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Kyrgios touts his no-coach approach

After going through much of his career without the services of a coach, NIck Kyrgios is not about to make a change now. The Australian

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New-look Nick: I’m a changed man

Tennis wild child Nick Kyrgios insists he’s mended his ways, making the point after a low-key – by his standards – defeat of Alejandro Davidovich