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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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Tiafoe too strong for out of sorts Norrie

The last Brit standing in Indian Wells Cameron Norrie was taken down at the quarter final stage by Frances Tiafoe in straight sets 4-6,4-6. Norrie,

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Even injured Alcaraz can threaten Djokovic’s top ranking

With Novak Djokovic sitting idle through this month’s Masters 1000 pair in Indian Wells and Miami, injured Carlos Alcaraz is still in with a chance

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Alcaraz haunted by return of leg injury

Carlos Alcaraz looks to be in serious doubt for this week’s Acapulco ATP event after the Spaniard’s leg problems returned during a weekend finals loss

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Norrie gets quick revenge over Alcaraz in Rio

British number one Cameron Norrie beat top seed Carlos Alcaraz in an exciting Rio Open final 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 in a match lasting two hours

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Gasquet turns back years for Auckland win

Richard Gasquet beat Cameron Norrie 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 at the ASB Classic in Auckland on Saturday to claim his 16th ATP Tour title. The 36-year-old

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Norrie nails Nadal with season-opening loss

Rafael Nadal fell victim on Saturday to match-tough Brit Cam Norrie, with the No. 14 saddling the Spaniard with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 defeat in Sydney

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Berrettini follows Federer advice to Laver victory

Matteo Berrettini handed Team Europe a 4-2 lead on Saturday in the Laver Cup in London, backed up by wise counsel from the bench straight from

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Star power wanes as Nadal joins Federer in Laver withdrawal

Rafael Nadal on Saturday joined Roger Federer in withdrawing from the Laver Cup in London only hours after his friend and rival marked the end of his two-decade