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Praise the lord: Sinner succeeds in Washington

Jannik Sinner worked for nearly three hours to win the biggest title of his career with a 7-5, 4-6, 7-5 defeat of American Mackenzie McDonald

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Bryan Brothers back to winning ways in Florida

Six-times winners of the Delray Beach Open The Bryan Brothers, made their debut on the ATP Champions Tour as retired players on Monday in Florida

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“Orderly” Aussies unleash cascade of Open rules

No date has yet been confirmed for the Australian Open start, but that minor detail has apparently not stopped officials in Melbourne from unleashing a

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Hewitt fan favourite for Hall of Fame

Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt has received the most fan votes in the International Tennis Hall of Fame class of 2021 ballot. “Being nominated for the Hall

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Top 10 need to school Djokovic on virus danger: Annacone

Novak Djokovic’s position as head of the ATP Player Council should by all rights be at risk, with Roger Fedrer and Rafael Nadal being encouraged to call

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Becker glad to see tennis getting back into gear

Boris Becker has pronounced himself pleased that US Open officials are willing to give the tournament a go as tennis looks to start emerging from

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Fan-free tennis may be only way, says Nadal

The listless tedium of fan-free tennis may be the only logical way to kick-start the virus-halted sport, according to Toni Nadal. The uncle and former

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Berlin calling: Federer looks for grass return

Roger Federer is weighing up a return to tennis at an exhibition event in Berlin in July. Federer has not set foot on a court

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Italian championships look for September date

Italian tennis officials are confident the Rome clay court event will take place in September. Federation president Angelo Binaghi said yesterday he believes the ATP and WTA