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Italian sponsor visit off the menu for Rome-bound Gauff

The strict Rome Masters virus lockdown scenario will prevent Coco Gauff from making a lightning trip 450 kms north to the good-eating city of Parma

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Mac, ESPN to phone it in for Roland Garros

American TV talking head John McEnroe will step into the unknown a week from  Sunday when ESPN attempts to cover the French Open from a studio in

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Halep happy after giving USO a miss

Second-ranked Simona Halep, highest-ranking seed at this week’s Rome Masters, said on Monday she has zero regrets about skipping the just-concluded US Open. With the

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Politicians to take control of AO crowd plan

Final decision on the fan-no fan dilemma facing January’s Australian Open looks like becoming a high-profile tug-of-war between government and tennis suits. Melbourne’s Age revealed

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Naomi Osaka storms back to win 2nd US Open title

Naomi Osaka recovered from an agonisingly slow start on Saturday, storming back to beat Victoria Azarenka 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 to win her second US Open

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Thiem takes clear head into Sascha showdown

The ghost of Novak Djokovic will not figure in the equation as Dominic Thiem takes a run on Sunday at his first Grand Slam title,

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Fognini Kitz comeback goes horribly wrong

Fabio Fognini will head straight to next week’s crowd-free Rome Masters for remedial work after the Monte Carlo champion made a dismal injury return to

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COVID-safe: the only way that Nick will play

NIck Kyrgios is holding fire on any return to ATP tennis, with the controversial  Aussie apparently not prepared to play until the COVID-19 pandemic is closer

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COVID reality to cut Australian Open to half-strength

The continuing reality of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is forcing Australian Open officials into a re-think as they work out solutions for somehow playing the

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Mac just not feeling it at empty, deserted Open

As a player and now TV commentator who wears his heart on his sleeve, John McEnroe admits he feels barely alive as he works the deserted